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Did you miss Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Lenny Kravitz on Friday's Morning Joe?

Don't worry, we've got you covered: http://on.msnbc.com/13FcoFl

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I watch several programs to get information and get opinions on both sides of the aisle.  I like healthy discussions where each person gets to share his opinion and debate the issue.  Every once in a while Joe gets on his high horse and rails on and on and doesn't let anyone else talk.  This morning (6/4) was especially bad...the issue was early voting.  Joe railed on and on saying the same thing about election results...not let anyone else bring in their opinion.  It was like someone drunk who can't think of anything else and only he knew the answers....disgusting !  If there's going to be a panel discussing stuff, let everyone have a chance...we know it's his program but it doesn't say much about him when he acts like that.
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Hang on, Joe has one more question about Anthony Weiner: http://on.msnbc.com/1ddefIj
New York City mayoral candidate Christine Quinn positioned herself as the candidate of compromise in the final weeks of city’s contentious mayoral race primary.
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More like a fallen tree after wind had blowing it down.
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“You can’t have an unconstitutional approach to policing, a discriminatory approach, and say that somehow that’s OK. I think it’s disqualified immediately for that reason."

-NYC Mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio on stop-and-frisk: http://on.msnbc.com/14BqxCH
Income and healthcare disparities will also define the outcome of the upcoming mayoral race in four weeks, Public Advocate and candidate Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.
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Every 25 seconds, a young athlete will be sent to the emergency room from an injury playing football, wrestling, or cheerleading.

“We don’t want kids to stop playing sports. We want kids to be out there, to be playing safe and strong, and for a long period of time,” Kate Carr, president and CEO of Safe Kids Worldwide, on the danger young athletes face: http://on.msnbc.com/16zskNc

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Athletes ages 12 to 15 made up almost half of youth-related concussions seen in the emergency room, according to a new report.
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Hey GOP, even this guy thinks shutting down the government is a bad idea. http://on.msnbc.com/1eshMQL

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How would you fare in a game of digital hide and seek with the NSA? http://on.msnbc.com/12Bo5Sd

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Think you understand the National Security Agency's surveillance? Try hiding.
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Would you tweet your weight? http://on.msnbc.com/15NSZl3
Could you tweet your weight? Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski did.
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I'm 140 now, 5'6" 
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The Republican party is alienating swing voters, said host Joe Scarborough.

“Guts, they don’t have guts to speak out against extremists."

Watch the full discussion here: http://on.msnbc.com/16Q8VFZ
“The Republican Party right now is sending out signals—if you’re not white, you’re really not welcome in this party," the MSNBC host said of his own party Friday.
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Just couldn't keep your mouth shut about the president on D-Day...you piece of shit
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Where have all the good bees gone?

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Bee colony collapse could devastate American crops and the economy. Here's how.
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Hope there's a workable solution to this problem because bees are critically important to the food chain. Lack of bees means massive shortages of food. 
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RNC Chair Reince Priebus has a message for NBC:

Pull your Hillary Clinton film or say goodbye to 2016 Republican primary debates.
http://on.msnbc.com/1cfH88J

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I guess they have every reason to be afraid to be seen next to whatever political portrayal an entertainment network cooks up.
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“I watch Fox News and anybody who watches Fox News knows that there is an inherent anti-Muslim bias in their reporting,” said Reza Aslan, speaking out on the baffling Fox interview that centers on how a Muslim could also be a religious scholar with a book on Jesus.

Want to know more about the book Fox couldn't wrap its head around? Watch our interview with Aslan and read an excerpt from "Zealot": http://on.msnbc.com/13ylsvd
Watch the Morning Joe interview with Reza Aslan and read an excerpt from "Zealot."
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I really cant watch Fox News I find myself screing at the tv.
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“These structural problems are endemic around the world, but it doesn’t mean we’ve got to throw up our hands and say, ‘We can’t do anything about them,’ ” Robert Reich said, explaining that if we don't do something about the widening income gap, our economy will break.

Morning Joe discusses the fate of the middle class: http://on.msnbc.com/1chKKGz
Several factors contribute to the widening gap of inequality, which the former secretary of labor in the Clinton administration explores in a new documentary.
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