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Reinvesting in businesses

Reinvesting in businesses

05/15/12 08:00PM

Author Quint Studer explains how to fix Washington, D.C. and prevent a fiscal meltdown when Democrats and Republicans refuse to compromise with each other. Studer says you can’t depend on the government to fix all problems and must depend on the... watch

Sen. Snowe bemoans 'locked down' Senate as she exits

05/15/12 11:22AM

One of Maine’s two long-serving Republican Senators, Olympia Snowe, has made no secret of the fact that she’s fed up with partisan attitudes in Washington that have stymied Congress.The moderate Republican, who announced in February that she would not seek re-election this year after nearly two decades in the Senate, appeared on Morning Joe this morning to discuss the impact of extremism and lack of will to compromise among politicians in both U.S. political parties.“When I first came to the Senate, we had a centrist coalition…and moderates lunch every week,” she said. read more

Poll shows optimism over economy, so will POTUS get credit?

05/15/12 11:15AM

New polls on the economy show something of a change in how Americans feel about the economy, and they also show a tightening race between President Obama and Mitt Romney. The Morning Joe panel – including the Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart, NBC News' Andrea Mitchell and the Huffington Post's Sam Stein – discusses. read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Tuesday, May 15, 2012

05/15/12 10:51AM

THE RIGHT'S RIGHTEOUS FRAUDSBY FRANK BRUNINEW YORK TIMESeaders in some struggling states ...  know the road to fiscal hell is paved with progressive intentions. The question regarding the sensible ones is whether they have the will and wherewithal to impose the reforms they know their states need. Mr. read more

Morning Headlines: Tuesday, May 15

05/15/12 05:43AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Ex-Murdoch exec to be charged with perverting course of justice over hackingThunder rock, roll Lakers in Game 1Hundreds evacuated as Arizona wildfires spreadFacebook raises price target for IPOIs Romney ready for Bain?Ron Paul's message to the GOPEurope chain reaction feared in Greek standoffCapehart: The first gay president? read more

What polls from 2004 may point to in 2012

What polls from 2004 may point to in 2012

05/14/12 08:00PM

What to make of a new poll showing Romney's approval numbers increasing among women? MSNBC's Richard Wolffe says if 2004's poll numbers are any indicator, then it's still too early for the Romney campaign to be jumping for joy. watch