Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Wednesday's Daily Brief

Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Evangelicals Expect Romney's Mormonism To Be A Bigger Issue In The General Election
Assange Loses Appeal Against Extradition To Sweden
French Newspaper Office Set Ablaze After Publishing Prophet Muhammad Cartoon
The #1 Best Place To Be A Woman
Dodgers Owner Finally Agrees To Sell
Matt Damon: Safe Water and a Toilet -- Is That Too Much to Ask... for 2.5 Billion People?
Even today, as solutions are known and available, lack of access to safe water and sanitation continues to claim more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.
Amb. Marc Ginsberg: SOS From Syria
Perhaps Syrians may be asking for the impossible from the West, but they deserve what is realistically possible and that is considerably more than what they are getting now.
Elena Azzoni: How A Lesbian Beauty Queen Spent A Year Dating Men
I never expected to enter a lesbian beauty pageant. What happened in the year after I expected even less.
Cecilia T. Capers: New Play Presents Tupac Shakur's Life with Rap, Rage, and Redemption
It takes a high level of brashness and brilliance to embark on a journey to create a play about the enigmatic rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur.
Shawn Lawrence Otto: Climate Scientist Wins A Round for America
A hearing today has implications for academic freedom across the country. What is at stake is Americans' freedom to investigate, debate and express ideas that run counter to those of corporations.

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