Monday, March 26, 2012

Monday's Daily Brief

Monday, March 26, 2012
Military Ordered Emergency Drug Review After Afghan Massacre
Black Friend Of Trayvon Martin Shooter: 'He Couldn't Stop Crying'
Retribution: Fannie, Freddie Punish Homeowners Who Fall Behind
Obama Group's Donors Getting Privileged Access To The White House
The iPhone 5: How Big Will It Be?
Michael Smerconish: Tale of the Trayvon Martin Case 911 Calls
On at least one of the 911 calls logged by neighbors, a man is heard crying in distress just before the fatal gunshot is audible. Who was it, Zimmerman or Martin?
Leo W. Gerard: GOP: Killing Vulnerable Americans With Kindness - Literally
As a favor to struggling Americans, Rep. Paul Ryan proposed a federal budget last week ravaging programs for the poor, elderly, disabled, young, veterans, jobless, students and other vulnerable people. Ryan did it, he said, because these programs are demeaning.
Kelly Rigg: Pain at the Pump: Time to Embrace the New Normal
The fact is Americans pay less for gasoline than virtually any other OECD country, while Europeans generally pay amongst the highest prices in the world -- not just amongst OECD countries but amongst all countries.
Jared Leto: A Homecoming: My Return Trip to Haiti
The experiences I had upon going back to Haiti and seeing the incredible poverty and turmoil this already impoverished nation was coping with have affected my life in a way that has forever changed me.
Rep. Keith Ellison: Spearing Another Sacred Cow
It's happened again: I said something that speared a GOP sacred cow and the Right Wing Twitterverse is losing its cool.

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