Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tuesday's Daily Brief: Senate Blocks Buffett Rule, HuffPost Wins Pulitzer, Apple Rumors

Tuesday, April 17, 2012
HuffPost Wins 1st Pulitzer Prize
Breivik Defends Norway Massacre: 'I Would Have Done It Again'
Romney Ducks Ledbetter Act Question
Zimmerman Asks For New Judge After CNN Conflict Revealed
The Past Week's Biggest Apple Rumors
Rep. Jackie Speier: unEqual Pay Day
There is cruel irony in having Equal Pay Day fall on Tax Day. Women and men share the responsibility of paying taxes, but there is no sharing when it comes to receiving equal pay for comparable work.
Dylan Ratigan: Is the Federal Reserve Coming Clean?
Since the Fed wants to turn over a new leaf, why not ask for the transcripts of the meetings from 2007-2010? Let's just accelerate the timetable, and let everyone know what really went down at those meetings during the crisis of 2007 and 2008. And we got them. And we'll show you just what we got.
Dr. Peggy Drexler: Mom Is All Right: Redefining the Modern-Day Mom
For decades, women have been told that when it comes to our children's achievements -- or shortcomings-- we hold all the cards.
Mike Lux: Most Conservative Congress in How Long?
There is a new study out by a pair of political scientists saying that the current Republican caucuses in Congress are the most conservative in a hundred years. I think they are underestimating.
Agapi Stassinopoulos: Warm Heartedness: The Key To Inner Peace
"Exiled from my country for 50 years, I had to develop more experiences and practice compassion because compassion is enhanced when you are facing challenging situations."

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