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The 10 years of 'no, no and hell, no' you've been waiting for (Paging Mr. Wolfowitz and friends)

10/29/11 01:11PM

Rachel uncorked one last night, re Paul Wolfowitz and Michael O'Hanlon publishing their new "Plan Afghanistan" in Foreign Policy:I realize this is not the most important thing in the world that guys like Paul Wolfowitz still writes articles about U.S. wars, but please, Jesus, can there be some accountability in American politics? Can there be a penalty for being wrong about the biggest things in the world to be wrong about? If you were an architect of the Iraq war, you don't ever get an opportunity to talk about what is a good idea when it comes to war ever again. Deal? read more

The journey ahead

The journey ahead

10/28/11 08:00PM

Bill Wolff, executive producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, shares a preview of tonight's show - and a preview of his journey today! watch

Ahead on the 10/28 Maddow show

Ahead on the 10/28 Maddow show

10/28/11 06:45PM

Tonight's guests include:Cristen Hemmins, sued to keep the Personhood amendment off the ballot in Mississippi   Sarah Silverman, actress and comedienneExecutive producer Bill Wolff shares a preview of tonight's show:UPDATE: Bill arrives... read more

Huntsman family lights it up

10/28/11 04:20PM

Jon Huntsman's dad says he could totally get elected president of China. Jon Huntsman's daughters, on the other hand, are shamelessly promoting their dad for president of America like no one else's family ever has. And it's kinda fabulous. read more

The Friday Awesome (Halloween/St. Louis edition)

10/28/11 03:23PM

Welcome Friday Awesome-istas! As an amuse bouche before Halloween, here's Tim Burton's homage to the great Vincent Price, who was born 100 years ago in St. Louis, home of the Cardinals, whose incredibly exciting World Series victory last night forces a Game 7 showdown tonight. Singularity achieved!King of Horror Pt. read more

Another rebellion in a cold climate, a long, long time ago.

Will Occupy protesters come in from the cold?

10/28/11 12:30PM

Occupy Wall Street, of course, is an outdoor movement, and it has withstood its share of inclement weather to this point. When I visited two weeks ago to report on the protest, the hundreds of protesters assembled were all drenched in a cold rain. Some of those out there were people with major health concerns, including one 9/11 first responder with whom I spoke. Being in the rain was a health hazard for a guy suffering from sarcoidosis; what would he and other protesters in New York and other cold-weather cities do when the weather worsened? read more

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