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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Tuesday's Daily Brief

Arianna Huffington: Campaign 2012: The Disconnect Widens
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Arianna Huffington: Act One of the Nuttiest Show on Earth -- aka the race for the GOP nomination -- has finally come to an end, and we're just hours away from Act Two in New Hampshire. Though the country is sorely in need of solutions, and the public hungry for real debate, that's not what was served up in Iowa -- either by the candidates or the vast pack of media covering their every word. What we got instead was a deluge of attack ads, largely financed by the super PACs allowed by the Citizens United decision. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, 264 super PACs have been spawned for the 2012 race and they've already spent almost half of the $32 million they've raised. Perhaps this disconnect between what people are really concerned about and what the candidates are talking about is why only 17 percent of Americans are satisfied with the way things are going.
Battered Romney Stumbles To Finish Line
Obama Chief Of Staff Resigning
Rush Limbaugh's New Obama Conspiracy Theory
Pope: Gay Marriage A Threat To 'Future Of Humanity'
Assad Blames Foreign Conspiracy For Unrest In Syria
Paul Rieckhoff: A Message to All Candidates: Our Troops Aren't Props
Our troops are many things to many people. Heroes, parents, diplomats, victims, villains, victors. But as the GOP primary heats up, there is one thing that everyone must understand they're not: political props. And that's not just my opinion, it's the law.
Keli Goff: Why Politics Needs More Losers Like Newt Gingrich
Gingrich may have lost in Iowa, but he could perhaps take some small consolation in coming close to winning an unexpected new role by default: spokesperson for the movement to get rid of super PACs.
Robert Reich: How a Little Bit of Good Economic News Can Be Bad for the President
The little bit of good news about employment is likely to raise the hopes of the great army of the discouraged -- many of whom will now start looking for work they weren't looking for before, thus driving the rate back up.
Kristin Kirkpatrick, M.S., R.D., L.D.: 12 Foods To Add To Your Diet in 2012
I started 2011 off with suggestions of 11 foods to add to your diet. Did you add them? If you did, are you hungry for more? If so, read on for some of the best new foods to add to your diet in 2012.
Marianne Williamson: The Romantic Mysteries
The common wisdom goes like this: that the myth of "some enchanted evening," when all is awash with the thrill of connection and the aliveness of new romance, is actually a delusion... a hormonally manufactured lie. But in this case, the common wisdom is a lie.

"Amazing Grace"

This actually brought tears to my eyes, good history and spirituality too.
Beautiful, brings tears to your eyes
An unforgettable video.
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