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United at last in Ohio

United at last in Ohio

10/17/11 12:36PM

Tina McGrevy writes from Springfield, Ohio:"My husband, a former Republican and voter of John McCain, stands next to the sign he placed in our front lawn.  During our 15 years of marriage, our votes have just cancelled each other out.  Thank you Gov. John Kasich for finally bringing us together, politically. We brought our early ballots to the Election Board on Charlie's birthday as he will be out of state on Election Day.  They were identical."(How to send us stuff like this.)  read more

Back home and fighting

Back home and fighting

10/17/11 10:06AM

 What gets me most about Occupy Wall Street are the dispatches from Occupy everywhere. I love that people are willing to swim upstream wherever they live. I love that people stand up for the America they believe in, right there in the America they live in.Over on our Facebook page, Sara Ator Wilcox posts something from the We Do campaign in North Carolina. This fall, voters there will get the same question that has been a slam-dunk at the polls for nearly a decade now -- banning marriage rights for the LGBT crowd. read more

Morning Maddow: October 17

10/17/11 08:10AM

Occupy Wall Street is one month old todayProtests went global this weekendACLU puts together a what-to-do-when-you're-arrested guidePresident Obama will set off on another bus tour through Virginia and North Carolina in his Darth Vader busEmails show link between Perry campaign and anti-Mormon messaging against RomneyClinics that do not offer abortion services struggle because of defund-Planned Parenthood effortsWho's firing on US troops in Afghanistan?  Pakistan, maybeSteve Jobs, the Post It Portrait read more

Every which way but Clint

Every which way but Clint

10/14/11 08:00PM

Rachel Maddow reports on new revelations that Clint Eastwood was considered for the running mate of George H.W. Bush before the campaign decided to go with... watch

Ahead on the 10/14 Maddow show

10/14/11 07:17PM

Tonight's guests include:Eugene Robinson, columnist for the Washington Post, and msnbc political analyst   Steve Clemons, author of The Washington Note and Washington editor-at-large of The AtlanticExecutive producer Bill Wolff shares a preview of tonight's show:  read more

'...another example of his passion causing him to exceed ethical bounds'

'...another example of his passion causing him to exceed ethical bounds'

10/14/11 07:05PM

Back in February, TRMS went to Topeka, Kansas, for the opening day of former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline's disciplinary hearing. Kline was being charged with ethics violations for the way he conducted investigations into abortion providers in the state including the late Dr. George Tiller.Yesterday a three-member panel for the state's disciplinary board recommended Mr. Kline's law license be indefinitely suspended. read more

Map: If you're worried about jobs, work for Koch

Map: If you're worried about jobs, work for Koch

10/14/11 05:15PM

The billionaire conservative Koch brothers have been ardent opponents of the American Jobs Act, President Obama's proposal for a new economic stimulus. Over at Americans for Prosperity, they're pushing a call to cut government spending, which results in more government jobs lost and higher unemployment.But don't worry. read more

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