Monday, April 9, 2012

Monday's Daily Brief

Monday, April 9, 2012
Newt Gingrich: Campaign 'On A Shoestring'
Syrian Forces Shoot At Refugees In Turkey
Blight At The Museum: Why Washington Still Has No Women's History Museum
Bad News About Gas Prices
Tiger Reaches Historic Low At Masters
Trita Parsi: For Peace, Both Obama and Khamenei Must Compromise
If President Barack Obama and Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei do not compromise at the upcoming nuclear talks next Saturday, the region will head towards "total war." For the sake of world peace, both sides must compromise.
Mohamed A. El-Erian: Augusta's Rallying Cry
Augusta will find a way to put the current controversy behind it -- and hopefully do so by changing an inappropriate rule. But the rest of us should not let this stop in Georgia. It should also influence our thinking about other, much more consequential and harmful situations.
Michael Roth: Now That You've Been Accepted: How to Choose Your University
The thousands of students traveling with their families across the country this month will go to classes and athletic contests, musical performances and parties. And they will ask themselves: Can I see myself as part of this community? Would I be happy here?
Abby Huntsman: Time for the Final (Etch-A) Sketch
For instance, yesterday I found that when you type "Romney" as a search term on Google, one of the first auto-complete suggestions is "Romney attacking President." Could a consistently negative tone be part of his messaging problem?
Leo W. Gerard: Hey, Etch-A-Sketch Conservatives: Time to Resurrect Some Honesty
A spring awash with Etch A Sketch conservatives, camera-wielding GOP con men and a bogus deficit reduction budget from House Republicans shows that for the right, wrong is justified when it achieves the desired results.

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