Friday, July 13, 2012

Friday's Daily Brief: Mitt Romney Undermines Himself

Friday, July 13, 2012
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Arianna Huffington: A "Demographic Train Wreck"
Ben Hallman's story about Florida's changing demographics and uncertain future in this week's issue of Huffington takes him from the state's foreclosure-ravaged Gulf Coast to its largest retirement community, where housing is booming and residents navigate the pristine grounds in golf carts.
Norman Lear: Can It Be We've Overlooked This?
When Mitt Romney is already polling so low on the issue of the Supreme Court, to change his mind about the man who was for so long his idea of what a Chief Justice should be -- I mean, how un-savvy, how dumb is that?
Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm: Why Bain Capital Matters
Bain Capital took jobs away, closed companies, devastated communities. And to add insult to injury, Mitt Romney made millions off those empty desks, foreclosed homes, displaced families and shattered dreams.
Jared Bernstein: How Public Sector Jobs Beget Private Sector Ones
It's nuts to maintain that the government doesn't create jobs. It creates millions of them, and we very much need them if we're going to educate kids, drink water, put out fires, have public safety, etc. But public sector jobs also create private sector jobs. It's all connected, man.
Dr. Peggy Drexler: How to Encourage Healthy Friendships Among Boys
Making friends, and keeping them, is a primary activity among school-aged boys. For both boys and girls, these early friendships help define who they are and who they become.

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