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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Thursday's Daily Brief: Romney Hoped Business Owners Influence Employees' Votes

Thursday, October 18, 2012
Mitt Romney's Contraception Strategy: Change The Subject
Twitter Censors An Account For The First Time
Newsweek To Stop Printing, Go All-Digital
American Hiker Imprisoned In Iran Finds California Cells Worse
Family Shocked At Accused Man's Federal Reserve Terror Plot
Daniel Ellsberg: Progressives: In Swing States, Vote for Obama
I don't 'support Obama.' I oppose the current Republican Party. The only way for progressives and Democrats to block Romney from office, at this date, is to persuade enough people in swing states to vote for Obama: not stay home, or vote for someone else.
Dan Froomkin: The Big Chill: How Obama Is Operating in Unprecedented Secrecy -- While Attacking the Secret-Tellers
Far from reversing the Bush-Cheney executive power grab, President Obama is taking it to new extremes. More than a decade after it started, we still have no clue how much the government is listening in on us or reading our email. And the government's response to this unprecedented secrecy is a war on leaks.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein: Malala Tragedy Reveals Plight of AfPak Girls
Malala was targeted because she refused to remain silent as the Taliban turned women and girls into second-class citizens. She was targeted because she was an advocate for education. We cannot remain silent.
Russell Simmons: Economic Inequality Must Be Part of the Debate!
We have allowed our government to be bought and sold by a few lobbyists and the billionaires and millionaires who line their pockets with oil, prison, war, gun and insurance money.
Marlo Thomas: Mom and Dad -- Do You Have Five Minutes?
If you are a parent, I just want to ask you for five minutes. I think that's all it should take to make you think differently about bullying, an issue most of us don't spend a lot of time on, but should.

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