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Will Romney have to bring the fight to Iowa?

Will Romney have to bring the fight to Iowa?

08/25/11 08:00PM

Must Read Op-Eds: Jonathan Capehart reads from a David Brooks New York Times column on why Rick Perry could be president. Brooks writes: "In the meantime, it's time to take Perry seriously. He could be our next president." The panel wonders if Romney... watch

In Pew poll, public sees little partisan...

In Pew poll, public sees little partisan cooperation

08/25/11 08:00PM

The New York Times' Charles Blow joins Morning Joe to discuss how the general public feels about President Obama. A recent Pew Research poll shows that 71 percent of respondents say he stands up for what he believes in and 63 percent say he cares about... watch

Will Perry fans tire of his straight talk?

Will Perry fans tire of his straight talk?

08/25/11 08:00PM

The Morning Joe panel discusses Texas Gov. Rick Perry's attacks on Washington critics. During an interview on Laura Ingraham's radio show, Perry asserted he doesn't represent the establishment and that Washington is a 'seedy' place. watch

Has the US stopped trying to help its poor?

Has the US stopped trying to help its poor?

08/25/11 08:00PM

The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson uses a new Martin Luther King Jr. memorial as a springboard to discuss inequality in the U.S. He writes: "King was a passionate advocate for economic justice, speaking…for all Americans seeking to pull themselves... watch

Hurricane Irene continues path up East Coast

Hurricane Irene continues path up East Coast

08/25/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Mike Barnicle, the Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart, the New York Times' Nick Kristof, Time's Michael Crowley, and Bloomberg's Margaret Carlson – discusses all things Hurricane Irene. The Weather... watch

Rep. Cummings: Obama needs bold jobs plan

Rep. Cummings: Obama needs bold jobs plan

08/25/11 08:00PM

The House Oversight Committee's Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., joins Morning Joe to discuss President Obama's planned September speech on jobs, and how Republican congressmen are more interested in re-election than helping the country. watch

Capehart on storm preparedness, his fans

Capehart on storm preparedness, his fans

08/25/11 08:00PM

How is Morning Joe regular and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart preparing for Hurricane Irene? He talks with Morning Joe's Andrew Katchen about why you shouldn't follow his advice. And, he also says a humble thank you to those people who... watch

Bernie Madoff whistleblower Harry Markopolos on the set of Morning Joe

Madoff whistleblower Markopolos on something other than a Ponzi scheme

08/25/11 01:24PM

You don't generally hear Bernie Madoff whistleblower Harry Markopolos talk about staying mentally and physically fit. And for good reason. He's got a lot of important stuff to talk about that doesn't relate to his exercise and dietary habits. But in the Morning Joe green room, sometimes we like to take a different route with guests and ask them stuff that isn't covered during their interview on the show.So Louis Burgdorf rapped with him about something other than helping to expose the largest Ponzi scheme in history. He talks about...you know...that whole thing too a bit, but not exclusively. read more

Tales from the Way Too Early Emails

08/25/11 10:53AM

Each and very morning I peruse the Way Too Early inbox for your bizarre, random and heartfelt tweets, texts and emails.  I always come upon a few gems that I select to read to Willie at the end of the show. And this week did not disappoint.  Here are my Top 5 selections (feel free to share your thoughts too):5.)  Michael writes "Willie, You look so refreshed after your wedding this weekend to Kim K." (Monday)4.) One viewer writes "I'm up listening to my girlfriend argue because she is thinking that I am texting another woman, so please air this so she can go back to sleep." (Thursday)  read more

Must Read Op-Eds for August 25, 2011

08/25/11 09:32AM

OBAMA'S STUBBORN CRITICS  BY E.J. DIONNEWASHINGTON POSTYou have to ask: If unemployment were at 6 percent, would President Obama be getting pummeled for not having us back to full employment already? The question comes to mind in the wake of the Libyan rebels’ successes against Moammar Gaddafi. It’s remarkable how reluctant Obama’s opponents are to acknowledge that despite all the predictions that his policy of limited engagement could never work, it actually did... What should Obama take from this? read more

Time: Libya the anti-Iraq US intervention

Time: Libya the anti-Iraq US intervention

08/24/11 08:00PM

Time's Rick Stengel joins Morning Joe to reveal this week's cover, which focuses on the situation in Libya, and because the U.S. worked with allies and the country's rebels and the human and financial cost is far less, this was the anti-Iraq U.S.... watch

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