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Morning Maddow: November 11

11/11/11 08:14AM

Can you feel the Newtmentum? Gingrich ties Romney for 2nd in latest 2012 poll.Shock Doctrine at Occupy Oakland?For Bank of America, debit fees extend to unemployment benefits.Missing limbs, more suicides, zero jobs: 9 battles for today's vets.The Army destroys the last of its stockpile of Nazi chemical weapons.What his grand jury testimony reveals about President Nixon.Good job, dude. read more

Father/son Veterans Day cards, 1st grade, Brooklyn public school

Celebrate Veterans Day

11/10/11 08:35PM

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of AmericaGive2theTroopsCell Phones for SoldiersTrees from HomeLet's Say ThanksVeterans Affairs pausing at 11:11 read more

Ahead on the 11/10 Maddow show

11/10/11 07:01PM

Tonight's guests include:Dahlia Lithwick, senior editor for Slate magazine   Chris Hayes, host of msnbc's weekend show "Up with Chris Hayes"   Ed Lyman, nuclear scientist, Union of Concerned ScientistsExecutive producer Bill Wolff shares a preview of tonight's show: read more

A little more action

A little more action

11/10/11 07:00PM

Bill Wolff, executive producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, shares a preview of tonight's show - analysis of last night's Republican presidential debate, plus... watch

The Morning Gaffe-ter

The Morning Gaffe-ter

11/10/11 04:47PM

Governor Rick Perry's now legendary faceplant during last night's debate will require an extra large truckload of spin to contain the damage.Right on cue, the shadowy authorities at the Message Control Center issued this confidential, and highly fake, directive to its conservative minions:  read more

Experimental ballot kinda works

Experimental ballot kinda works

11/10/11 04:18PM

Portland, Maine, chose its first elected mayor this week, using the crazy-looking ballot below -- a 15-way, instant runoff race. Voters were asked to select their choices in order of preference, one through 15.Personally, I agreed with the side that didn't expect this to work so great. When the city first fed in the data from this logic puzzle of a ballot, the computers choked. The instant runoffs, apportioning preference until someone reached 51 percent, took most of a day. read more