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Monday, January 02, 2012

Monday's Daily Brief

Romney Campaign Confident As Iowa Caucuses Draw Near
Monday, January 2, 2012
Santorum: Obama Should Be Pro-Life Because He's Black
The Biggest Politics Stories Of 2011
A New Era For North Korea?
Rupert Murdoch Joins Twitter
Tim Tebow Heading To Playoffs
Christine Pelosi: Women's Rights at Stake: Why Iowa Feminists Should Caucus for President Obama
American women face a stark choice in the Iowa caucuses: re-elect feminist President Barack Obama who has advanced equality or caucus for a Republican who pledges to roll back generations of progress. 
Doug Bandow: North Korea: Time for Washington to Step Back and Let South Korea Lead
As long as Kim Jong-il's policies remain in force, the North's future remains dismal. The U.S. should watch for glimmers of reform while backing away, allowing South Korea to deal with whatever emerges in Pyongyang.
Jeffrey Hayzlett: Marketing Predictions for 2012
For 2012, here are my predictions of what will change in the marketing world. You can either choose to adapt, or die.
Alexandra Katehakis, M.F.T.: The Year in Bad Sex: 20 Defining Moments of 2011
Here are the top 20 news stories of 2011 that resulted from unbelievably bad sex, which we define as unhealthy sexual or romantic impulses resulting in toxic activities that cause harm to individuals and communities.
Taylor Hanson: Five Countries on Three Continents in 48 Hours - Part 2
9am Saturday morning, we finally make it to Mexico City. The haze of the overnight flight is broken abruptly as we enter baggage claim to the sight of the growing crowd of excited fans holding signs, cameras and gifts through the frosted glass on the other side of immigration.

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