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Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Wednesday's Daily Brief: Bain Capital Linked to Death Squads

Wednesday, August 8, 2012
WATCH: Hillary Clinton Dances In South Africa
Shep Smith 'On Thin Ice' For Outspokenness, Former Fox Newser Says
Texas Executes Man With 61 IQ
Pizza Delivery Chain Raising Prices Because Of Obamacare
WATCH: Diver's Embarrassing Flop Dubbed The Worst Olympic Dive
Howard Fineman: Rush Limbaugh Has Had It With Me
I have news to report: Rush Limbaugh has finally had it with me. He has decided that I'm rooting for America's decline and that I'm a part of President Barack Obama's "crop of Democrats." None of that is true, but it's worth recounting how Rush and I got to this point.
Sandra Fluke: Why I'm Standing With President Obama Today
As we register to vote -- as we walk into the voting booth -- we must remember the choice we're making. One option is a candidate who promises to turn back the clock on women's rights and our access to health care. Thankfully, we have a far better option: President Obama.
Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm: Madame Voldemort Is Wrong: Public Employees Are American Heroes
She said this about public employees: "Government jobs, we're for losing government jobs." Well, guess what: Those NASA scientists hold government jobs. Officer Murphy has one of those awful government jobs. A huge number of nurses, teachers, and our soldiers are public employees.
Bill Moyers: What LBJ Taught Me About Medicare, and Why Everyone Should Have It (Video)
I read a news story this week that sent me on a nostalgic trip down memory lane. This past Monday, July 30th was the 47th anniversary of Medicare.
Rev. Al Sharpton: Cheaters Never Win
Facing the reality of an ever-diversifying electorate, and their own party's failure to broaden its horizons, some Republican lawmakers have resorted to implementing tricks and roadblocks in the voting process.

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