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Scarborough: I kinda feel bad for Newt...

Scarborough: I kinda feel bad for Newt Gingrich

12/19/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Time's Mark Halperin, Mike Barnicle, and former DLC chair Harold Ford Jr. – discusses a new superPAC TV ad on Jon Huntsman's conservative record and how the GOP 2012 presidential field appears to be... watch

Singer/songwriter Carole King performs on the set of Morning Joe

Carole King drops by Morning Joe

12/19/11 02:27PM

Singer/songwriter Carole King dropped by Morning Joe to play some stuff from her new holiday record. The show will air the songs in the coming week, but until then you can get some behind-the scenes pictures HERE.If you click on the image, it will take you to our Flickr page, where you can view a larger size of the image.And I just have to say that listening to Carole King do these songs in our studio is pretty much one of the coolest things that's happened in my career..and life...thus far. read more

Schumer: Boehner should let chips fall where they may on payroll vote

12/19/11 12:12PM

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y,: “Speaker Boehner has two choices, and there are only two: The first is to pass the bipartisan bill the Senate passed 89-10 – a vast majority of Republicans, a lot of Tea Party guys voted for it. The second is the middle class tax cut will lapse, and he will be responsible. And I don’t think he wants that. So what I suggest is he bring it to the floor tonight – he will – and don’t twist arms. Just let the chips fall where they may. Let the members vote their conscience. read more

Must Read Op-Eds for Monday, December 19, 2011

12/19/11 11:45AM

A FRACTION OF A TAX CUTEDITORIALNEW YORK TIMESMr. Boehner’s opposition makes it clear just how extreme and unreasonable his caucus has become, and how ineffective he has been in controlling its outbursts. By contrast, the Senate passed the two-month extension in an unusually bipartisan vote of 89 to 10. Mitch McConnell, the minority leader, negotiated the compromise and voted for it, as did all but eight Republican senators. But House Republicans, led by their Tea Party wing, cannot stomach the idea of giving Mr. read more

Can Gingrich last after Iowa SuperPAC...

Can Gingrich last after Iowa SuperPAC attacks?

12/18/11 07:00PM

A new Public Policy poll shows Newt Gingrich has slipped into third place below Ron Paul and Mitt Romney. The Morning Joe panel – including the New York Observer's Joe Conason – discusses how ads by SuperPAC's are impacting his poll numbers, and if... watch

Gingrich drops eight points in Iowa … in...

Gingrich drops eight points in Iowa … in one week

12/18/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: A new Public Policy poll shows 2012 GOP candidate Newt Gingrich has slipped into third place in Iowa with just 14 percent approval – an eight point drop in just one week. The Morning Joe panel looks into the numbers and what it means just... watch