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Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Wednesday's Daily Brief

Romney Wins Iowa By 8 Votes
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Bachmann Making Big Announcement
Will Rick Perry Drop Out Because Of Disappointing Iowa Results?
After Iowa, Questions Grow About Occupy Movement's Impact
Scott Thompson Named New Yahoo CEO
Legendary College Basketball Coach Dies
Ari Melber: The Four Most Important Results from Iowa
The Iowa results seem to suggest a close three-way race - 25-25-21. Yet among self-identified Republicans, the totals were actually 28-27-14, showing that Santorum and Romney lead the base, while independents and new voters propelled Paul.
Timothy Karr: Iowa Kicks Off the Media's Mud Season
It's estimated that American television viewers will see political ads aired more than 200,000 times by the first week in November. What we're far less likely to see is any explanation of who really sponsors these ads.
James Moore: Rick Perry: The Man Who Never Was
The worst governor in the history of Texas may have set a new standard for the worst presidential candidate. Money and profile and reputation are not sufficient in the race to the White House.
Evan Shapiro: Too Hipster For TV?
For more than half a century, TV Hipsters have had a profound effect on American culture. These characters taught many of us the importance of oddball tastes, wardrobe thrifting and (perhaps more importantly) the ever-lasting power of snark.
Vicki Larson: Why Men Need To Cheat
Monogamy is failing men. Not only is it failing them, but it's a "socially compelled sexual incarceration" that can lead to a life of anger and contempt, or so says Eric Anderson, an American sociologist at England's University of Winchester.

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