Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Tuesday's Daily Brief: Massacre In Syria, Romney-Trump Tour, New Facebook Buy?, Plus James Franco, Harry Shearer, Greta Van Susteren

Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Romney Won't 'Repudiate' Trump
Senior Al Qaeda Leader Killed In Airstrike
Naked Face Eater Identified
Facebook Rumored To Eye Another $1 Billion Buy
MSNBC Host Says He's 'Uncomfortable' Calling Soldiers Killed In Action 'Heroes'
Jared Bernstein: The Political Economy of the Obesity Epidemic
Assuming we someday get back to making useful national policy, personal nutrition is an area where we could make a big positive difference both to people's lives and to society's balance sheet.
James Franco: Don't Bring Your iPad to Once the Musical
The play was in full swing even though the lights weren't down, and most people, including my guest, were unaware of the fight about to break out.
Harry Shearer: Could New York Be Wronger About New Orleans?
Where have all the advertisers gone? In New Orleans, as elsewhere, classified advertising has moved online. That onetime cash cow ain't givin milk no more. But another dominant advertising segment has suffered a different fate.
Greta Van Susteren: Genocide and Starvation in Sudan Is Getting Worse... and There Is Something We Can Do
Our politicians are consumed with the crisis in Syria and the suffering there, but I would like to draw their attention to the crisis in Sudan, too. I know we can't police the world, but there is a simply solution worth exploring.
Menachem Rosensaft: President Obama Is a Friend of Israel
If past is prologue, Americans -- both Jews and non-Jews -- devoted to and concerned about Israel can vote to reelect President Obama in November with an absolutely clear conscience.

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