Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Wednesday's Daily Brief

Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Mitt's Weak Tuesday Makes Him The Sisyphus Of 2012 Republican Primary
Rick Santorum Victorious in Three States In Super Tuesday Face-Offs
Goodbye, Dennis Kucinich
Netflix Coming To Cable TV?
8 Women Sue Military Amid Rape, Assault Allegations
Geoffrey Dunn: Game Change: Sarah Palin and the Confessions of Steve Schmidt
Forget whether or not Sarah Palin suffered through some sort of psychological breakdown during the 2008 campaign, the bigger issue is how can the U.S. best select its leaders when celebrity packs more electoral caché than experience or political courage?
Rob Richie: Super Tuesday Is Not Enough to End GOP Nomination Contest
Every candidate had something they could claim as a positive on Super Tuesday. The contest for the nomination isn't over -- which is good news for voters in remaining states wanting to help pick their party's nominee.
Lara Bergthold: Rick Santorum's Latest Target -- Single Moms
If politicians like Rick Santorum want to promote stable families, they should start by respecting all families. I can think of a lot of things that are making "the fabric of this country fall apart." Loving single parents are not one of them.
Andrew Brandt: End of an Era
We knew this was coming. The Colts will part ways with the face of their franchise for the last fourteen years, their iconic star Peyton Manning.
Emmanuelle Chriqui: The Most 'Insanely Great' -- But Missing -- IPad Feature Ever
If the last decade has taught us anything, it's that where Apple goes, the world market will follow. We would like to see that path be one that leads towards building responsible products that enhance the lives of all people of the world -- not just consumers.

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