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10/20/11 01:40AM

Obviously tonight's segment on what Wall Street has done to retirement was pretty dense with information. Some of the source material is in this list but we'll get into the charts a bit more in separate posts on Thursday. read more

Ahead on the 10/19 Maddow Show

10/19/11 08:24PM

Tonight's guests:Jack Hanna, Director Emeritus of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, host of "Into the Wild" and "Wild Countdown"Simon Johnson, professor of economics at MIT Sloan, contributing business editor at the Huffington Post, and serves on the panel of economic advisors to the Congressional Budget Office, former chief economist for the IMFHere's senior producer Cory Gnazzo with a look ahead:  read more

Multiple Maddow

Multiple Maddow

10/19/11 08:00PM

Cory Gnazzo, senior producer for The Rachel Maddow Show, previews Wednesday night’s show and reminds viewers that Rachel will be on the Ellen show on Thursday. watch

Wisconsin calls special session for jobs. (And rolling back sex ed)

10/19/11 12:03PM

The Wisconsin state legislature opened its special session this week with a prayer for deregulation. Republican State Representative Alvin Ott:Father, we ask your blessing today as we start a session again and as we become busy and try do things that will help the people of the state of Wisconsin, create jobs, lessen regulation and so on and so forth, dear Lord.The special session was called by Governor Scott Walker for the purpose of finding a way to create jobs. read more

Herman Cain super PAC finds superhero

10/19/11 11:15AM

Herman Cain must be for real -- a new super PAC is fighting for him. Their first ad casts him as the alternative to a host of past Republican presidential failures, even reaching back for Senator John McCain and New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. read more

GOP incredibly excited about rolling back regulations

GOP incredibly excited about rolling back regulations

10/19/11 10:06AM

If you look at what businesses are saying about the economic slump, it's clear that the problem for them is lack of demand. People aren't buying stuff. But if you listen to Republicans in Congress and on the presidential campaign trail, the problem is government regulation -- and the answer is to have less government.The 2012 field wants to roll financial regulations back to the days before the Enron scandal. Ezra Klein wrote about this yesterday, and last night he gave us his theory for the enthusiasm:"I take it as a generalized world view, that isn't even just about financial regulation. read more

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