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Scarborough on Santorum: It's over

03/01/12 12:18PM

Joe Scarborough: You know, the thing is, I’m sorry. I know I’m going to p**s some people off. It’s over. It’s over. If Santorum had beaten Romney in Michigan, it would have shaken the race up to such a degree that I think it could have given him a charge. He had his chance; he blew is chance. If I were Rick I would be saying the same exact thing. I hate to upset people, but the fact is Romney has all the built-in advantages. had one chance to take him down, and he blew it. read more

Morning Joe will be live tomorrow in Fort Lee, New Jersey

Morning Joe will be live tomorrow in Fort Lee, New Jersey

03/01/12 10:49AM

On Friday, March 2 (tomorrow), Morning Joe and Way Too Early will be broadcasting live from Fort Lee High School in Fort Lee, New Jersey for a special town hall meeting.Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., Gov. Jack Markell, D-Del., Gov. Dannel Malloy, D-Conn. and Students First founder Michelle Rhee and many more will be joining us.The special broadcast, part of “Morning Joe” and Starbucks’ commitment to education, will feature in-depth conversations about what policies and reforms will help improve U.S. schools. read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Thursday, March 1, 2012

03/01/12 10:23AM

A BIG DAY'S COMINGBY GAIL COLLINSNEW YORK TIMESThe basic answer to fixing the long-term Social Security imbalance is just to eliminate the payroll tax cap, which currently exempts all income over $110,100 a year. Do that, and you have solved the problem. Politically speaking, you would probably have to agree to mix a limited tax increase with one of the fixes desired by fiscal conservatives, like reducing benefits for the wealthy, or changing the cost-of-living adjustment or, yeah, raising the retirement age a little. read more

Morning Headlines: Thursday, March 1

03/01/12 05:52AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Two NATO troops killed by two Afghans who open fire 'indiscriminately'Kuwait lawmakers back Syrian rebel armyGoogle to dig deeper into users' livesIn 'historic' soccer match, US beats Italy for first time in 78 yearsSantorum looks to beat back perceptionsBernanke strikes cautious tone amid signs economic recovery acceleratingMitt Romney backtracks on comment opposing Blunt AmendmentDavid Dreier retirement: California congressman will not run for re-election read more

Newly Independent Roemer keeps taking on...

Newly Independent Roemer keeps taking on big money

02/29/12 07:00PM

Former GOP presidential candidate and now Independent candidate Buddy Roemer and Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig join Morning Joe to discuss removing money from politics, setting standards for limits on campaign contributions and how superPACs are... watch

Ex-senators say Saudi government tied to 9/11

Ex-senators say Saudi government tied to 9/11

02/29/12 07:00PM

Top Talkers: A decade after the Sept. 11 attacks, two former senators -- Bob Graham of Florida and Bob Kerrey of Nebraska -- say they believe the Saudi government may have played a role in the attacks. The Morning Joe panel – including financier Steven... watch

What really matters most to small businesses

What really matters most to small businesses

02/29/12 07:00PM

"Your Business" host JJ Ramberg joins Morning Joe to discuss how politicians can really help small businesses. Politicians on the stump talk about helping out small businesses, but Ramberg says there's a distinction to be made between a "large" small... watch

Living alone is the new norm and 9 other...

Living alone is the new norm and 9 other big ideas

02/29/12 07:00PM

Time's Rick Stengel joins Morning Joe to reveal the magazine's latest issue, which focuses on 10 ideas that are changing our lives. Stengel says that studies show living alone is the new norm: 33 million Americans or 28 percent of all households are... watch

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