C.L.I.C.K. for Justice and Equality is an agent of communication alerting our social community of injustices and inequalities among the socially disadvantaged and disenfranchised individual. C.L.I.C.K. developed and created this website to assist the socially disenfranchised or disadvantaged individual in litigating their issues in Federal and State courts.

Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Tuesday's Daily Brief: Elizabeth Warren Banking Committee Appointment

Tuesday, December 4, 2012
#My2K and How to Keep Our Political Debate From Going Over the Cliff
Fiscal Cliff Talks: Progress Quietly Begins As Both Sides Make Opening Bids
Nuclear Power Whistleblowers Sound Alarm On Secrecy Among Feds
Terrorist Attacks More Than Quadrupled In Decade Since Sept. 11
Trader Joe's Recalls Another Product
Oprah Winfrey: Teaching Is My Calling
At the end of each school year in South Africa -- which is right now -- I teach a class to the 12th graders at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls. It's my last chance before they move out into the world of college and beyond to try and cram everything I wish someone had told me into a week's curriculum.
Marlo Thomas: 12 Healthy Holiday Recipes
As the holidays approach I can already taste the fabulous holiday meals. But then anxiety rushes in when I think of all the weight I can gain from them -- and after trying so hard all year not to pack it on! But who can pass on all the scrumptious stuffing, creative casseroles and decadent desserts?!
Sen. John Kerry: 24 Hours to Decide
Watching cable television you might not know it, but the Senate is on the eve of a major decision that -- regardless of outcome -- will ripple around the globe. It's time for action in the Senate on the Disabilities Treaty, and it's time for grassroots action to help push us across the finish line.
Thomas M. Menino: Dear President Obama and Speaker Boehner
In Washington, "winning the 24-hour news cycle" is victory. You know what victory is for patients down the hall from me? Walking.
Alice E. Vincent: Kate Middleton's Womb Shouldn't Be Up for Public Discussion
Fertility rights are hugely important. But what's happening in (nee) Middleton's middle shouldn't be up for public discussion. It's fantastic that another royal is on the way but it would be even better if the press could stop the speculation on how it's gestating for the next half year.

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