Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Wednesday's Daily Brief

Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Toulouse Shooting Suspect Reportedly Arrested In Raid
Wall Street Seeing Gold In Foreclosed Homes
Live Updates: Illinois Primary Results 2012
Rove-Linked Group Coalesces Around Romney
TWO BECOME ONE: HP Announces Huge Restructuring Plan
Marlo Thomas: All the Single Ladies -- From "That Girl" to "New Girl"
Television takes a lot of heat from its critics, but no one can deny that it is a true reflection of the ever-changing times we live in. So as part of our ongoing celebration of Women's History Month, we decided to take a look at the evolution of single women on TV.
Doug Kendall: A Viper In the Grass: Could the Supreme Court Find Medicaid, And Programs Like It, Unconstitutional?
As the Court turns to the Affordable Care Act next week, most eyes will focus on Tuesday's oral argument on the minimum coverage provision, but we should all be watching just as closely during Wednesday's argument on Medicaid.
Robert Reich: The Republican's Social-Darwinist Budget Plan
The Paul Ryan plan would give the wealthiest Americans an average tax cut of at least $150,000 a year, paid for by cutting programs for the elderly, lower-middle families, and the poor. This is pure Social Darwinism. Reward the rich and cut off the help to anyone who needs it.
Dr. Peggy Drexler: Raising Confident Sons Who Have Respect for Others
The deep emotional connection between mothers and sons has been demonized for far too long.
Rick Schwartz: The Hunger Games Bombs!
That might be next week's least likely headline. Everyone knows by now that The Hunger Games will be a massive hit when it opens on Friday. But why?

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