Monday, July 2, 2012

Monday's Daily Brief: Arizona Immigration Law Fight Continues, John Roberts Vote Flip, CNN Tensions, Plus Arianna Huffington, John Cusack, James Franco

Monday, July 2, 2012
POLITICS
CBS: Roberts Flipped Obamacare Vote
POLITICS
End of the Affair: How Flagging Youth Voter Enthusiasm Could Cost Obama the Presidency
MEDIA
Tensions Rise Within CNN: Report
SCIENCE
Have Physicists Found The 'God Particle?'
NEW YORK
LOCKOUT: Con Ed Dismisses Over 8,000 Workers During Heat Wave
BLOG POSTS
Arianna Huffington: The X Factor: The X PRIZE Meets HuffPost
In a world of multiple crises, sub-optimal solutions, and a lack of urgency from our elected officials, the X PRIZE's mission of seeking bold answers to our biggest challenges is essential, inspiring, and -- hopefully -- contagious.
John Cusack: The Alchemists: A Conversation With Phil Stutz, Part I
Through Phil Stutz's and Barry Michels' approach, which draws in part on the Jungian principle of active imagination, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and spiritual precepts unbuckled from religion, the problems and pain of life become the foundation for creating meaning and transformation.
Leo W. Gerard: Romney's Independence Day Advice: Buy Foreign
On this Independence Day, demonstrate patriotic pride by deliberately buying American. Search for that "Made in USA" label. Pick the product that will create American jobs, the one that is an investment in an American company and the American economy.
C. Cryn Johannsen: The Ones We've Lost: The Student Loan Debt Suicides
Suicide is the dark side of the student lending crisis and, despite all the media attention to the issue of student loans, it's been severely under-reported. I can't ignore it though.
James Franco: Magic Channing Tatum
While most people are waiting for Spiderman or The Dark Knight Rises, the one film I've been thinking about is Channing Tatum and Steven Soderbergh's Magic Mike. I want Tatum to walk away a champion by making a personal film.
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