Monday, November 14, 2011

Monday's Daily Brief

Monday, November 14, 2011
Herman Cain's Wife: He 'Totally Respects Women'
Former News Of The World Executive Linked To Mail On Sunday
Occupy Portland Faces Police Showdown
Warren Buffett Makes His Biggest Bet On The Tech Sector Yet
Here Come The Brides! Follow One NY Couple's (Rocky) Road To The Altar
Michael Smerconish: See Something, Say Something
Pennsylvania needs to require that any witness to child abuse call the police, and the statute of limitations for civil claims against child abusers needs to be expanded.
Christine Pelosi: Citadel Leaders Who Covered Up Child Sex Abuse Charges Must Stand Down
By their own admission, we know that Citadel's leaders' decision to keep child sex abuse charges involving their alum and employee from police was a moral failure to "duty honor country."
Leo W. Gerard: Crash Tax: Wall Street Reparations
It's time for Wall Street to pay reparations for the financial collapse it caused. It's time for a crash tax, a tiny sales tax on Wall Street transactions, the revenues from which would pay for Main Street restoration.
David Frum: Killing Keystone Won't Reduce Oil Demand
What will curtailing oilsands accomplish for the environment? Nothing. This is a big planet full of oil, and if the United States does not buy its oil from Canada, it will buy its oil from somebody else.
Marcus Samuelsson: 10 Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite American traditions. Here are some great recipes for Thanksgiving staples that I've put together with Food Republic, to make this Thanksgiving a dinner party your guests will never forget.

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