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The 99 percent movement

The 99 percent movement

11/30/11 07:00PM

After police shut down two of the country's biggest "Occupy" encampments, what's next for the movement? Ed talks with Robert Greenwald and Jesse LaGreca talk about that, and Ed's incredible interview with Scott Olsen. watch

International Psychotalk

International Psychotalk

11/30/11 07:00PM

In Ed's international edition of Psychotalk, BBC television personality, "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson, thinks public employees who go on strike should be put to death. watch

Walker can't wait for recall

Walker can't wait for recall

11/30/11 07:00PM

Scott Walker says he's looking forward to a recall election because he'll get to talk to voters. Ed helps him get a head start by showing what his policies have done to the state of Wisconsin. watch

What we're watching: Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011

11/30/11 04:45PM

You may have caught Ed's exclusive (and quite compelling) interview last night with Iraq War veteran and injured Occupy Oakland protester Scott Olsen. Scott said the Occupy movement is "changing a lot," but is not "going anywhere any time soon."Still, Occupy camps were raided last night in Los Angeles and Philadelphia,... read more

Exclusive "Occupy" interview: Scott Olsen

11/30/11 01:18PM

Scott Olsen, the Iraq war veteran who had his skull fractured at an Occupy Oakland protest in October, made his first live television interview last night (Nov. 29) on msnbc’s The Ed Show.Introducing him as a "tough Wisconsin kid," host Ed Schultz asked Olsen, 24, how he was doing."I'm doing better every day." Olsen... read more

Exclusive "Occupy" interview: Scott Olsen

Exclusive "Occupy" interview: Scott Olsen

11/29/11 07:00PM

A violent clash in Oakland, California, was a game-changer for the "occupy" movement. Iraq war veteran Scott Olsen was there, and suffered a fractured skull. Today, Scott is on his way to a full recovery and joins Ed for his first live television... watch

The GOP vs. The 99%

The GOP vs. The 99%

11/29/11 07:00PM

The Senate Dems propose an extension for the payroll tax cut, Republicans finally agree, but will they put revenue on the table? Senator Sherrod Brown weighs in. watch

Kasich: Low-information governor

Kasich: Low-information governor

11/29/11 07:00PM

In Psychotalk, Ed has found someone who can actually learn something from Sarah Palin! It's the highly unpopular governor of Ohio, John Kasich. He says he doesn't read newspapers. He's in the zone. watch

Cain campaign is "the leaning tower of pizza"

Cain campaign is "the leaning tower of pizza"

11/29/11 07:00PM

Herman Cain is "reassessing" his candidacy in the wake of allegations that he had a 13-year affair with a woman from Atlanta. MSNBC's Michael Eric Dyson and Sam Stein of The Huffington Post join Ed Schultz to "reassess" the Republican field. watch

Newt backpedals now that he's the frontrunner

Newt backpedals now that he's the frontrunner

11/29/11 07:00PM

Newt Gingrich is looking like the Republican frontrunner, so Ed Schultz has a rundown of Newt's latest backpedaling and asks conservative and progressive political analysts whether Newt has a real shot at the GOP nomination. watch

Guest List, Tuesday 11/29

11/29/11 06:54PM

Sam Stein, Huffington Post political editor and Michael Eric Dyson, Professor of Sociology at Georgetown university and author of "Can You Hear Me Now?" will assess the damage presidential hopeful Herman Cain did to the Republican Party.Krystal Ball, Democratic Strategist and Former Candidate for U.S. Congress, and Steve Deace, ... read more

What we're watching: Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011

11/29/11 04:01PM

Herman Cain has told aides that he's reassessing his campaign.  The comments from the Republican presidential candidate come a day after an Atlanta woman said she'd had a 13-year extramarital affair with him. Cain told senior staff in a 10-minute conference call this morning that all public events will go forward this week, but that he... read more

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