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Friday, January 06, 2012

Friday's Daily Brief

Arianna Huffington: Announcing HuffPost's Latest e-Book: OCCUPY: Why It Started. Who's Behind It. What's Next.
Friday, January 6, 2012
Arianna Huffington: I'm delighted to announce the publication of HuffPost's fourth e-book, OCCUPY: Why It Started. Who's Behind It. What's Next. It's the result of three months of near obsessive reporting by our staff on the Occupy Wall Street movement. Occupy began quietly enough -- a few activists and a Twitter hashtag eventually led to a couple hundred people gathering in Zuccotti Park on September 17, 2011. And then the movement grew. It was a response to the growing feeling that the essential compact of the American Dream -- if you work hard and play by the rules, you'll be rewarded -- could no longer be trusted. And not only is our political system unable to repair it, our political institutions were complicit in the breakdown. This book is about the beginning. When future histories of Occupy are written, this will be just the first chapter.
Jobless Rate Falls To Lowest Since February 2009
Rick Santorum-Linked Universal Health Services Facility: Fraud, Assault And Alleged 'Exorcism'
Newt Gingrich To African-Americans: Demand Paychecks, Not Food Stamps
The New iPhone Is A Data Hog, Worse Than iPad
David Frum Makes Big Move
Marlo Thomas: Danny Thomas at 100... and Today's Celebrity Dreamers
Today my father, Danny Thomas, would have been 100-years-old. But this is a special year -- one that requires not just looking back, but looking forward, as well. Because, fate being as clever as it always is, this year is also the 50th anniversary of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Anne Wojcicki: A Secret Code in All of Us
I feel giddy about the potential genetic discoveries in the coming decade. It's an incredibly exciting time. Questions that have circled in my head for 32 years may soon get more clarity.
Paul Krassner: Predictions for 2012
The world will end on December 21st, but will begin all over again on December 23rd, just in time for last-minute Christmas shopping. The most popular gift will be cans of pepper-spray in a variety of flavors.
Conrad Black: Prosecutors Gone Wild: How Many Wrongful Convictions Will the Public Stand for?
In releasing Michael Morton after 25 years of wrongful imprisonment, the judge expressed his "sympathies," but said his release proved that the United States "has the best justice system in the world." In fact, it is a frequently evil and generally defective system that thrives on complacency.
Imogen Lloyd Webber: Euro Collapse and the American Impact
Legend has it that 2012 will be the end of the world. It won't be that, but in 2012 there would seem to be a twenty percent chance that we are likely to see the end of the world as we know it.

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