Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Wednesday's Daily Brief

Wednesday, December 21, 2011
POLITICS
One Candidate Gains Among Local GOP Insiders
TECHNOLOGY
Wael Ghonim On The Egyptian Revolution
TECHNOLOGY
Huge Security Breach At U.S. Chamber Of Commerce
WORLD
Thousands Of Mourners Gather For Kim Jong Il
GREEN
PHOTOS: NASA Makes 'Milestone' Discovery
BLOG POSTS
Robert Reich: Why the Republican Crackup is Bad For America
Stop-at-nothing radicalism is dangerous for the GOP because most Americans recoil from it. It's also dangerous for America. We need two political parties solidly grounded in the realities of governing. Our democracy can't work any other way.
Evan Shapiro: TV: The Great Uniter?
In my humble opinion, "TV Time" is a crucial tool to re-open the lines of communication and tear down the silos we've built around ourselves. This New Year, make time for "TV Time."
Sec. Hilda Solis: Universal Rights Extend to Alabama
The Department of Labor will vigorously protect the right of all workers in Alabama to have their federal right to a legal wage protected.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney: Ombudsman Office at CFPB Will Field Consumer Financial Complaints
Despite not having a confirmed director, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has already demonstrated how effective it can be. Only in the most polarized political environment could its goals be considered controversial.
Janet Carlson: Buying Gifts For Your Ex: Is That The Spirit?
Last year during the holiday shopping madness I always fail to avoid, I found myself at Chef Central with my daughters, whipping out my charge card to pay for $150 worth of gifts they'd selected for their father, his longtime girlfriend, and her two children
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