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Republicans want to cut Social Security. Here's the case for expanding it
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Please start posting here again, +All In with Chris Hayes !  Don't make me comment on Facebook!
You're show about Cliven Bundy and Food stamps last night was great!
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Chris' reaction to this interview: ow.ly/p0jZM 
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Join +msnbc's +All In with Chris Hayes and some big thinkers on climate change for a Hangout On Air Thursday, August 15th at 1 p.m. ET.

Chris and his guests--including +Kate Sheppard of +The Huffington Post, Andy Revkin of +The New York Times, Joe Romm of the +Center for American Progress, Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins of Green For All, and May Boeve of +350.org--will delve into solutions for cooling a warming world.

We'll also preview Chris' new documentary on the topic, “The Politics of Power,” which premieres on Friday, August 16th at 8 p.m. ET.

Join the conversation: #PoliticsOfPower   
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Our right-wing friends are acting like this thing they're calling "black-on-black crime" is the source of every problem facing black communities. Structural poverty and racism be damned!

Our response? A little satire to reveal the absurdity of this argument. 

So, ‪#‎inners‬. What say you about the white-on-white crime scourge? http://on.msnbc.com/1bHQZUt
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+Hugo adlifjgaleh you - unfortunately - are the ignorant one ... People, Systems, and the Game of Monopoly
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Meet Walter Fortson. He graduated with honors from Rutgers University and is headed to Cambridge on the prestigious Truman scholarship. Walter is also an ex-felon and complains of being discriminated against because of it. 

Enter "Ban the Box." It's an initiative to get employers to remove questions about an applicant's criminal history. Rhode Island just became the 8th adopter. Good idea?: http://on.msnbc.com/1b7IRfP
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Please do something about the theme music for your otherwise excellent show. It is not music, it is noise and an assault on the ears.
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Have you ever fallen upon hard times and relied on SNAP? A bunch of people share their stories: 
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msnbc may as well be the democrat station for supporting lies and corruption.
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Come hang - Google+ hang - with Chris Hayes right now!
 
msnbc is hanging out with 6 people right now in a live Hangout On Air! #hangoutsonairAndrew Revkin, Joseph Romm, May Boeve, Farra Ungar, Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins, and Kate Sheppard
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I'm writing in this slot because there are no other ones I can see wxcept ones just like this. I've spent an hour trying to simply figure out HOW to do ANYthing on this site at all? I couldn't care less if this site blows up with the entire staff inside(I'd prefer frankly) I simply have wanted to ask(and alert) the pack of geniuses WHY the FUCK they haven't updated Kornacki's site sinse last fucking week? How the fucking hell do you assholes in amerika expect to survive like this? You idiots cannot even set up a web site that functions? WHY should I have to spend several hours fucking around trying to figure out how to do things? And why the fuck cant you ppl just do something right for once? Every damned thing with you ppl. is crap! I sincerely hope you guys get a pipeline every two miles froom coast to coast & I sincerely hope they poison the lot of you. There's 330 million amulatory virus in your country.............
You loathsome saks of crap!
So go ahead & post THAT smarty pants./...I assume you spent the required several houuuurs tracking down google on how to do anything.....Amerika - App nation...3rd world nation................ 
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President Obama said today “Keeping the overall economy in the right direction means there’s a stronger market for homes.” 
So, what does he suggest we do in order to improve the housing market? 

Reduce student debt, create jobs, fix immigration, raising teachers wages and keeping interest rates low.

It's just that easy! http://on.msnbc.com/18aRWzo
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Or, during Bush years, Bush was criticized for the increased power given to the rich, and less towards the lower 80% of the working class.  Yet it's happening with far greater  frequency, and we hear the economy is improving.  The economy is improving for a smaller percentage of the people and the media talks about the improvement in the job market.  Is that being  hypercritical? Just wondering why the change in opinion?
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On Wednesday, President Obama will make the first of a series of speeches about the economy. He's expected to celebrate the progress we've made but (of course) insist that we have still so much more to do. And he'll probably say that we need help from Congress to get it done. 

But how much is Congress willing to do? And how much can they actually do? http://on.msnbc.com/15Gbzhb
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Speeches? Speeches!?
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New York's police commissioner, Ray Kelly, might have a shot at taking over for Janet Napolitano as Secretary of Homeland Security. 

Last night Rep. Hakeem Jeffries came on our show and blasted the commissioner's record for 5 whole amazing minutes: http://on.msnbc.com/12Myq7o
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On Monday's show, you let guests get away with a lie.  One can only claim the vast majority of crimes are committed by minorities if two mistakes are made.  The first is to ignore rape and domestic abuse, and the second is to mistake per capita crime rates for real totals.  Most criminal violence in America is committed by white men.  Most punishment for violence is meted out to minorities.
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