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Morning Maddow: September 13

09/13/11 07:48AM

House Republicans versus the National Labor Relations Board.Meet Gov. Rick Perry's single biggest campaign contributor.Republicans hope for an upset in New York's special election.In Bachmann's district, a battle over anti-gay bullying.American hikers imprisoned in Iran granted bail, will be released in 2 days.Rick Berman's favorite sweetener, "corn sugar," heads to court today.Blackwater: the video game. read more

Links for the 9/12 TRMS

Links for the 9/12 TRMS

09/13/11 01:06AM

Bin Laden's Fatwa Excerpt: 'Black Banners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against al-Qaeda' American Jobs Act of 2011 AP source: Major Obama jobs speech after Labor Day Obama Seeks Joint Session for Jobs Speech House Speaker John Boehner Rejects President Obama's Request for Joint Session Next Wednesday, Obama Accepts Thursday Instead Speaker letter of POTUS on Joint Session request (pdf) Obama Moves Jobs Speech After Skirmish With Boehner The Vote That Delayed Obama's Speech read more

Heebie GB

Heebie GB

09/12/11 11:26PM

Glenn Beck, having loosed himself from the shackles of Fox News, launches his new internet-only network, GBTV, tonight.Thrilled by this bold new outlet for their values, the gleefully opportunistic authorities at the Message Control Center issued this confidential, and highly fake, directive to its conservative minions. read more

Why watch us?

Why watch us?

09/12/11 08:00PM

Bill Wolff, executive producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, shares a preview of tonight's show - analysis on the jobs bill and its impact on infrastructure... watch

They're here! And they're gone.

They're here! And they're gone.

09/12/11 07:23PM

When I left for work this morning, Maddowpillar and Lambchop were still just chrysalises. But this evening I came home to a pair of gorgeous Monarch butterflies. I took them out back to let them stretch their wings, but they wouldn't stop even long enough to pose for a picture. They are off to Mexico. Thus, after only three weeks, ends the adventure... for this year. read more

Ahead on the 9/12 Maddow show

09/12/11 05:47PM

Tonight's guests include:E.J. Dionne, columnist for The Washington Post, senior fellow with the Brookings Institution and msnbc contributor   Joe Cirincione, president of the Ploughshares Fund, member of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's International Security Advisory Board, and the Council on Foreign Relations   Ali Soufan, former FBI agent and author of the upcoming book, The Black Banners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against al-QaedaExecutive producer Bill Wolff shares a preview of tonight's show:   read more

Personhood Amendment makes Mississippi ballot

Personhood Amendment makes Mississippi ballot

09/12/11 04:30PM

Thanks to a state supreme court ruling Thursday, Mississippi is now set to vote on a Personhood Amendment this fall. The measure would not only make abortion illegal, but would also outlaw popular forms of birth control.Mississippi voters tend to like this kind of thing. Below, from the conservative site Majority in Mississippi, a map of the Defense of Marriage Amendment vote in Mississippi in 2004. Majority in Mississippi says it got 86 percent of the vote, failing to pull three-quarters in just one county. read more

Rick Perry in op-ed: I want to 'fix' Social Security

Rick Perry in op-ed: I want to 'fix' Social Security

09/12/11 03:17PM

Texas Governor Rick Perry raised more than a few eyebrows at last week's Republican presidential debate when he (yet again) deemed Social Security to be "a Ponzi scheme." Cue the re-debunking, bad national press and some Democratic fun at Governor Perry's expense.Today, things are different. Well, not in the sense that there isn't yet another Republican presidential debate (there is). But in advance of this new debate, Governor Perry writes in a USA Today op-ed:The first step to fixing a problem is honestly admitting there is a problem. read more

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