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Morning Maddow: October 5

Morning Maddow: October 5

10/05/11 07:55AM

Elizabeth Warren's first Senate campaign debate.Eric Cantor for Vice President?Big Labor joins Occupy Wall Street today.Bernanke to Congress: "no way to run a railroad."Senior Haqqani network leader killed in Afghanistan today.One-third of veterans call the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan a waste.I wonder what the scientists who kicked him off their research team think of the Nobel-winning chemist today. read more

Links for the 10/4 TRMS

Links for the 10/4 TRMS

10/05/11 02:07AM

Voter ID Bill Again Proposed Pained Ortiz to comply with Gessler order: No ballots for the troops RE: Order regarding mailing of ballots for the 2011 Coordinated Election (pdf) Denver "inactive" precincts (pdf) 2010 Census block data - race/ethnic plurality (pdf) Clerk and Recorder Johnson responds to desist order from Secretary of State Gessler sues Denver clerk BadLipReading.com read more

Where were you at 1pm today?

Where were you at 1pm today?

10/04/11 08:00PM

Cory Gnazzo, senior producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, shares a preview of tonight's show - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announces that he will not add... watch

What to read when you finally catch up with Game of Thrones (or whatever dead tree item you leave on your chest when you fall asleep during non-screen time)

What to read when you finally catch up with Game of Thrones (or whatever dead tree item you leave on your chest when you fall asleep during non-screen time)

10/04/11 07:23PM

First a quick catch-up because I arrived at this a little late. This summer NPR asked its audience for the top 100 science fiction and fantasy novels. The audience dutifully responded.Not long thereafter, SFSignal offered a massive flowchart to help the overwhelmed sort out which of the 100 would be right for them. "There are (obviously) 100 end points and over 325 decision points." So much for aiding the overwhelmed.But that brings us to today (or actually yesterday, but I clicked it today): An Interactive Guide to NPR's List of Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books. read more

Ahead on the 10/4 Maddow show

10/04/11 06:34PM

Tonight's guests include:Steve Schmidt, former McCain 2008 campaign senior strategist   Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO   Debra Johnson, election clerk and recorder for Denver, COSenior show producer Cory Gnazzo shares a preview of tonight's show: read more

Maurice Sendak and please don't call him a children's illustrator

The Tao of Maurice Sendak: 'So there was that. And there still is that.'

10/04/11 04:35PM

The old adage "never meet your heroes" does not apply here. You should meet Maurice Sendak-- author, illustrator, freaker-out-of-children.  And you can do it here.  Sendak has given a moving and memorable interview to the Guardian in which he explains how the grotesqueness of his characters came from his childhood.Sendak shakes his head beneath the low-beamed ceiling, in this room full of art and old rugs. "I can't believe I've turned into a typical old man. I can't believe it." He smiles and his face transforms. read more

No. No, no, no, no, no. No.

'No' Theater

10/04/11 03:21PM

Do we get it now? Chris Christie is not running for president. Not. As in, the opposite of is. Still, the heartbroken fanboys in the Republican Party who dreamed of a glorious Christie administration are finding it hard to let go. read more

After Alabama immigration law, vacant houses, empty desks

10/04/11 01:05PM

Yet another state got the green light to profile its residents when last Wednesday, a federal district court judge in Birmingham upheld the lion's share of the new Alabama immigration law, H.B. 56, signed in June. Get this: the judge actually cut out some of the harshest stuff: according to the New York Times, the judge blocked a provision that outlawed the harboring or transporting of illegal immigrants and another that barred illegal immigrants from enrolling in or attending public universities.What was left? read more

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