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Dolphins fire Joe Philbin

Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin was fired this morning, following the team’s third straight loss on Sunday. Philbin had been widely reported to be on the hot seat heading into Sunday’s game against the Jets. In that game, the Dolphins came out looking sluggish, like anything but a team inspired to play for its coach.…

Mika: Why Not a Gun Ban Like in Australia?

They really are coming for your guns... After the Charleston church shootings, President Obama praised Australia's draconian gun laws, which included a mandatory buy-back program, AKA confiscation. On today's Morning Joe, Mika wondered...Show More Summary

Monday morning one-liners

The Bills’ penalty problems have been spread across all three phases of the game. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald calls Dolphins coach Joe Philbin “delusional” about the state of his team. Depth on the defensive line has been a Patriots strength this season. RB Chris Ivory turned in a strong performance for the Jets…

Morning Must Reads: October 5

Hillary Clinton had a star turn before the gay-rights group Human Rights Campaign Saturday morning, overshadowing Vice President Joe Biden‘s appearance before the group later in the evening, TIME’s Philip Elliott reports. Biden did bring some harsh rhetoric for Republican presidential candidates. Show More Summary

Sunday morning one-liners

Who will the Bills use to cover Giants WR Odell Beckham? If the Dolphins do fire coach Joe Philbin, there aren’t great interim options on hand. Which teams might be the biggest challenge for the Patriots? Jets CB Dexter McDougle is making up for lost time after an injury in his rookie season. The ground…

Cooke on Shootings: Sometimes Doing Nothing Is Smarter than Doing Something

In case you missed it, National Review ’s Charles C.W. Cooke also appeared on today’s Morning Joe. Facing a panel of hosts and guests demanding politicians “do something” on guns, Cooke suggested that acting before the facts are collected doesn’t make for smart policy. 

NR Writer Infuriates Morning Joe Panel by Insisting They Have No New Ideas

On Friday's Morning Joe, National Review writer Charles Cooke shook up the roundtable discussing the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon. Joe Scarborough talked about new gun laws likely wouldn’t have stopped the massacre....Show More Summary

Ponnuru: Trump Has No History of Conservatism

NATIONAL REVIEW’s Ramesh Ponnuru appeared on today’s Morning Joe to discuss this month’s cover issue, “Trump: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly”:  BRZEZINSKI: “The cover of National Review. ‘Trump, the Good, the Bad and Ugly,’ Ramesh you co-wrote...Show More Summary

On Morning Joe , National Review' s Cooke Connects "More And More" Reluctance To Search Minorities To Gun Trafficking

From the October 2 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe: JOE SCARBOROUGH: Charles, an impassioned plea by the president. I do wonder though, yes, there is mentally illness across the globe, but I guess Howard would probably agree with me that some European countries are far more advanced in taking care of mental illness than we in America are. Show More Summary

Morning Joe Panelist Stumped by Conservative NRO Writer Charles Cooke

Both Mika and Mark were stumped by Charles’ questions on what they would specifically propose to try to stop school shootings.

Joe Scarborough Says McCarthy "Made The Mistake" Of Revealing The Benghazi Committee's Partisan Aims "In The Friendliest Confines" On Fox

From the October 1 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe: JOE SCARBOROUGH (HOST): Well, John Heilemann, it's not like he fumbled the ball up, coughed the ball up on NewsHour or something, under withering cross-examination. He went to friendliest...Show More Summary

Hillary's Claim McCarthy Benghazi Comments 'Deeply Distressing' Makes Morning Joe Laugh

There was Hillary Clinton, telling Al Sharpton of all people that she found Kevin McCarthy's comments about the Benghazi hearings "deeply distressing." That was too much for the Morning Joe panel, which just had to laugh. As John Heilemann...Show More Summary

Joe Jonas and Charlie Puth To Announce 2015 American Music Awards Nominees!

  Joe Jonas and Charlie Puth will announce the nominees in six categories for the 2015 American Music Awards live on good Morning America on Tuesday, October 13th. Five more nominees will be announced via Snapchat immediately following the live broadcast. Show More Summary

Capehart—Woman Tweeted Me: Thanks to Planned Parenthood I'm Still Alive

Did the tragic irony of his statement not strike Jonathan Capehart? On today's Morning Joe, after disclosing that he could not bear to watch the Planned Parenthood videos, Washington Post editor Capehart expressed opposition to cutting off all funding for it. Show More Summary

Hmmm, The Future?

As I mentioned yesterday, Joe and I had arranged a leisurely day off between traveling and lecturing. We got up that morning and had time to read, mess about on the computer, linger over tea and breakfast, it was a great start to the day. Show More Summary

Joe Thomas compares TMZ Browns story to “The Onion” ran a story Tuesday morning quoting three unnamed Browns players it claimed were offensive starters calling strongly but anonymously for Browns coach Mike Pettine to go back to Johnny Manziel at quarterback. After Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins took to Twitter to deny the TMZ story’s claims, the topic came up in a radio…

Madeline Albright: There Would Have Been No Private Email Systems At My State Department

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright appeared in Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, where she said that a private email system...

Secretary Kerry: 'It's Not Too Late To Save Syria'

It was a refreshing change on Morning Joe, as Joe Scarborough and his yes-woman, Mika Brzezinski weren't on set today to antagonize Democratic guests. The only exception to this more propitious panel of pundits would be Nicolle Wallace,...Show More Summary

John Kerry, Who’s Been in Public Life Since 1971, Says Assad Should “go off into the sunset as most people do after a period of public life”

Most people, he says. Just not him. From 1971: Fast-forward to today, when he takes a blowtorch to the irony meter. Secretary of State John Kerry effectively scolded Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad on Morning Joe Tuesday, venting that if only … Continued

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