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Monday, April 23, 2012

Who is sponsoring George Zimmerman's legal fees?

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Monday's Daily Brief: HuffPost and Freakonomics, George Zimmerman Released, Walmart Probe

Monday, April 23, 2012
Arianna Huffington: Our culture has a way of collectively falling into the groove of conventional wisdom, whether that means seeing everything through the outdated prism of left vs. right or willfully blinding ourselves to unpleasant or inconvenient facts. So, I'm delighted that today HuffPost Business is presenting a video collaboration (freakoration?) with Stephen Dubner, co-author of Freakonomics and Super Freakonomics. Dubner brings his trademark humor, willingness to challenge conventional wisdom, and passion for starting conversations to three very different topics, and in doing so, reinforces two very important truths. First, that the forces influencing our economic life manifest themselves in many unexpected and surprising ways. And second, that conventional wisdom is often dead wrong.
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Anne Sinclair: The Beginning of the End
The next two weeks will be violent. Nicolas Sarkozy likes a good brawl. And he'll surely enter the ring now that he has nothing to lose. Francois Hollande prefers to avoid conflict, but he'll have to put up a fight, especially against those who say that the chips are down.
Leo W. Gerard: End the Delays Deadly to Workers
Saturday is Workers' Memorial Day, a time devoted to commemorating those killed on the job. No one volunteers to sacrifice their life for corporate profit, yet every day in workplaces across this country, the lives of 12 workers are taken, not given.
Michael Sandel: What Money Can't Buy: The Skyboxification of American Life
At a time of rising inequality, the marketization of everything means that people of affluence and people of modest means lead increasingly separate lives. You might call it the skyboxification of American life. It's not good for democracy, nor is it a satisfying way to live.
Edward Norton: Earth Day 2012: This Isn't About Tree-Hugging Anymore, It's About The Way We Live
My parents' generation sacrificed care-free youth to carry the torch of civil rights and social equality. And now, I feel confident saying that my generation has accepted the environmental movement as our cause and that we are ready to rise to the challenge.

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Francois Hollande, a mild-mannered French Socialist, is heading toward a presidential runoff election against conservative incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy in a vote that could alter Europe's political and economic landscape.

Hollande heads into the May 6 second round with the upper hand after narrowly edging Sarkozy in the first round of France's voting Sunday, according to near-complete official results.

Nearly one in five voters chose far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, handing her a solid third place with her anti-immigration platform that targets France's millions of Muslims. READ MORE

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We are about to have the worst presidential campaign money can buy. The Supreme Court's dreadful Citizens United decision and a somnolent Federal Election Commission will allow hundreds of millions of dollars from a small number of very wealthy people to inundate our airwaves with often vicious advertisements for which no candidate will be accountable. One would like to think that the court will eventually admit the folly of its 2010 ruling and reverse it. But we can't wait that long. READ MORE

Government officials declined on Sunday to comment on the allegations contained in a New York Times report, which said Wal-Mart Stores Inc. failed to notify law enforcement after its own investigators found evidence that company officials paid millions of dollars in bribes to spur the company's rapid expansion in Mexico. READ MORE

Sometimes, it seems as if every tabloid and magazine has a headline about some actress or personality and her crusade to find -- or keep -- a man. Either she has been dumped or he has cheated, or she is thinking of taking him back, or she is lonely without him, or she is struggling to conceive, or the wedding is off, or the wedding is back on, or she has found new love after the divorce, yadda, yadda and yadda. It is life as soap opera story arc or country music lyric. And here is the thing: you will almost never see a male celebrity as the object of one of those headlines. READ MORE

An audio recording has surfaced of Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio playing his refusal to cooperate in a federal investigation for laughs. Taped at a fundraiser for an anti-illegal immigration group in Texas, Arpaio ridicules politicians who sought the probe and displays contempt toward federal authorities who are still investigating him on two fronts. READ MORE

In an unusually low-key turn to a high-profile case, George Zimmerman was released without incident around midnight Sunday from a Florida county jail on $150,000 bail as he awaits his second-degree murder trial for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin. READ MORE
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