PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

Seat belts, al Qaeda, and buying elections

* Top read: a world after superpowers.
* To watch: Frontline gives us the history of the financial meltdown.
* Rolling Stone interviews President Obama.
* Rethinking the al Qaeda obituary.
* What seat belts can tell us about the fight over health care.
* "The result, then, isn't just that moneyed interests can throw congressional elections. It's that they wield more influence after the election."
* Maybe voters don't care about social issues as much as everyone thinks.
* Following the trail of what happens to our trash.

Tags: 2012, defend your thesis, news, welcome to america

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