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Thursday, August 09, 2012

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The PC looks like it's dying
PC makers aren't just losing to Apple. They're struggling on multiple fronts -- and things look gloomy going forward. By Peter Suciu, contributor FORTUNE -- Blame it on lack of innovation. Blame it on…

Romney calls on Reid to reveal source as fact-check sites challenge tax claim
Mitt Romney called on Harry Reid Tuesday to reveal the source for his claim that the Republican presidential candidate has not paid taxes for 10 years, stepping up pressure as two major fact-check…

The Sikh temple shooting victims
A religious leader, a former farmer, a priest, a mother and two brothers were killed by a former Army soldier in Wis. Sunday

14 Wacky "Facts" Kids Will Learn in Louisiana's Voucher Schools
Slave masters were nice, the KKK is A-OK, and the Great Depression is a liberal fantasy. Thanks, Gov. Jindal!
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Composer Marvin Hamlisch Dead at 68
Oscar-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch, the man behind the scores for such movies as "The Way We Were" and "Sophie's Choice," has died at the age of 68. He passed away in Los Angeles after a brief…
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Michele Bachmann’s Candidate

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Help me pass the DISCLOSE Act to make special interests reveal their political funding. SIGN THE PETITION.
Todd Akin, one of Michele Bachmann's favorite Tea Partiers, just became the Republican nominee for Senator in Missouri. And he's not just he's not just out of the mainstream -- he's downright dangerous.
Why does Michele Bachmann want Akin in the Senate? Well, during the Republican Primary:
  • He compared federal student loans to "Stage III cancer"
  • He didn't know what the federal minimum wage was, and wants to get rid of it altogether
  • He wants to hand Social Security over to Wall Street
  • He wants to preserve taxpayer subsidies for big oil and gas companies
  • He supports an amendment that would ban common forms of birth control, including the pill
Does that sound like someone you want in the U.S. Senate?
Unfortunately, Republicans across the nation are already lining up behind him, and special interests are stuffing his pockets full of corporate cash.
That's why we need you to step up and join Claire McCaskill's campaign today.
We can't let a founding member of the Tea Party Caucus win a Senate Seat -- and that's exactly what will happen if you don't act now.

Thursday's Daily Brief: "Half a Billion Dollars and All We Got Is This Lousy Election?"

Thursday, August 9, 2012
Arianna Huffington: With an estimated $2.5 billion bankroll by the time this presidential election is said and done, you'd think pretty much every important issue would get its place in the sun. Well, as it turns out, you don't always get what you pay for. Even before the Olympics have ended, the political press corps has already turned its attention to its favorite sport: the VP speculation marathon. Soon, we will enter the season of polls, polls, polls -- interrupted only by the debates, which should become another opportunity for the media to zero in on which candidate made the biggest gaffe and which candidate delivered the zingiest zinger. Meanwhile, 11 million homeowners are underwater. So, what is the opportunity cost of the media's obsession with polls, gaffes and speculation?
Mitt Romney Ad: Obama Has Declared A War On Religion
Your Google Search Results Are About To Get Real Personal
July 2012 Was Hottest Month Ever Recorded For Lower 48
Religiosity Falls Worldwide, Nose-Dives In Traditionally Catholic Ireland
LOOK: Touching Photo Of A Man And His Sick Dog
Bob Cesca: The Biggest Mitt Romney Lie (So Far)
Over the weekend, Mitt Romney, while clearly benefiting from Republican voter purges and Voter ID laws meant to discourage minority and working class voters, accused the Obama Justice Department of somehow trying to disenfranchise military voters -- his biggest lie yet.
Diana Nyad: Olympics More Than Sports
As much as the media pushes the medal count, we the fans are smarter than that. We don't care much about who wins. We want to feel. And in every sport there is a story to be told, feelings to be kindled.
Dan Collins: Why New York City Republicans Matter
The Republican Party of New York City may be an empty shell, but it's a shell that serves an important function -- giving people a choice. We're all better off if they pick somebody who will at least give the Democratic nominee a serious challenge.
Lisa Belkin: About That Boy Who Likes To Wear A Dress
Do you speak differently with your children about gender than your parents spoke to you? What do you say?  
Mark Gongloff: Jamie Dimon Blames You For The Lousy Economy
Jamie Dimon has met the American economy's enemy, and it is us.