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Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Wednesday's Daily Brief: Filibuster Reform Planned For January

Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The Surprising Reason Secretary Of State Speculation Worries Dems
Jack Brooks, Who Served 42 Years In Congress, Dies
Citi To Slash Thousands Of Jobs
WATCH: NY Post Photographer Defends Taking Horrifying Picture
WATCH: Oprah's Next Book Club Selection Is...
Linda Bergthold: Is Health Care Part of the "Fairy Dust" Talk About the Fiscal Cliff?
I'm getting really tired of the hysteria over this so-called, somewhat media created, "fiscal cliff." But I do think we are in for some changes in health care as a result of the discussions going on in Washington so here's what you should expect.
Richard Trumka: Listen to the Voters -- and Save Yourselves
It's time for House Speaker John Boehner and the Republican leadership to stop holding America's middle class hostage and instead join Democrats in saying "No" to another tax cut for the rich.
Jared Bernstein: Move Over Simpson-Bowles... There's a New Plan in Town
The Center for American Progress has a smart, simple, progressive, and politically plausible new fiscal plan out and it's worth a close look. It's actually pretty Clintonesque.
Will Bunch: Bob Costas Learns the Right Time to Talk About Guns in America: Never
So if Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were afraid to talk about guns (and they were), no wonder America was so shocked when Bob Costas spoke Sunday night, shocked that a man in his position didn't know the right time to talk about guns in this great nation.
Mike Ryan: 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey': How Is 48 Frames Per Second?
Yes, there's a new Hobbit movie coming out soon. (The first of three Hobbit movies, actually.) But, most of the buzz -- both good and bad -- stems from the fact that The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be shown on a special kind of film with a rate of 48 frames per second. Truth be told, I had no idea what this meant when it was first announced.

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