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Friday, September 14, 2012

Fw: Friday's Daily Brief: Anti-American Protests Spread

Friday, September 14, 2012
Romney: White House Agrees With Me On My Critique Of The President
New York Times Criticized For Scrubbing Romney Story
Anti-Islam Film Promoter Bashes Muslim 'Monsters'
Anti-Muslim Film May Jeopardize Relations Between Major Religions
Mag Publishes Photos Of Kate Middleton Topless
Arianna Huffington: Assessing the Occupation
Where have the Occupiers been over the last year? What have they been doing? What are their plans for the future? In this month's issue of Huffington, Saki Knafo answers those questions and many more.
Sen. Chris Coons: Finding God in the Party Platforms
What matters is whether the platform shows an intention to honor God's call for action that we care for each other as neighbors and work to heal the sick, feed the hungry and protect those in need. The Democratic platform fully embraces those values, but they are hard to find in the Republican platform.
Jeff Jarvis: Advice to Media and Muslims: Don't Feed the Trolls
The jerk who made that video, the one that supposedly incited rioting and murder in Egypt and Libya, is the very definition of a troll: He made it to elicit the reaction he was sure he'd cause. That is what trolls do.
Jim Wallis: We Asked, They Answered: Obama, Romney on Poverty
The faith community has asked both presidential nominees for a response and they have answered. So it's time now to put poverty on the campaign agenda, from our local churches, to our public forums, to our presidential debates.
Bob Cesca: Mitt Romney Kneejerks Into Another Colossal Blunder
Romney could have been a statesman about the events in North Africa and appeared dignified -- perhaps qualified -- in the process, but instead he decided to be a braying crackpot. Anyone with a lapel pin and a pulse can do that.

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