Thursday, July 21, 2011

Thursday's Daily Brief

Thursday, July 21, 2011
Dodd-Frank One Year Later: Slow Progress On Rules Amid Industry And GOP Onslaught
End of an Era: Space Shuttle Makes Historic Final Landing
Obama's Support Among Jews Steadies Despite Distrust On Israel Policy
Heat Wave Kills At Least 22 People
WATCH: Ousted MSNBC Anchor HAMMERS Network
Marlo Thomas: My Husband Is Watching Other Women!
You think you know a guy after 31 years of marriage, but last week, I saw my husband break new ground.
Janine R. Wedel: Shadow Elite: Shaving Cream -- Murdoch's Only Punishment?
Will we take Murdochgate as a case study of today's top power brokers in action and do the work required to understand and challenge them? Or will the ability to hold them to account end with nothing more than a close shave?
Ted Kaufman: Dodd-Frank's First Birthday: One Year Under Constant Assault
To say that the year-old Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is under attack in Washington is like describing Little Big Horn as an engagement between the cavalry and the Indians.
Christopher Cocca: Ending Poverty with Global Christianity's Phantom Trillion
The Church could end poverty, scarcity, sickness and famine without a dime from the rest of the world. Yes, I'm claiming scandal as a member of the movement.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein: Walking the Walk on the Defense of Marriage Act
It is great news that gay couples in New York now have the right to legally marry. It is wrong, however, that those same married couples will not be able to enjoy the federal rights and privileges afforded to straight married couples.

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