PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"Texas and four other states sued the federal government Friday, alleging they are being forced to help fund the new Medicare prescription drug program in violation of the Constitution."

Reversal: Wal-Mart to carry Plan B contraception.

The wireless phone industry discovers customer service.

The administration reveals the names of the prisoners at Guantanamo, as well as revealing documents.

* Learning lessons from the Kashmir insurgency.
* Vermont is losing a precious resource: young people.
* Huh. An official disappears in New Orleans, and upon reappearing after a warrant is issues, announces she's running for mayor.
* Paul Sorvino's first opera.
* The intersection of the Oscars and politics.
* Libertarian Harry Browne passed away.

The challenge of making books into movies.

After eight seasons, Charmed is canceled.

Ten things we didn't know, more or less, this time last week.

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    "The problem for a terrorist group like Al Qaeda is that its recruitment pool is Muslims, but most Muslims are not interested in terrorism. Most…

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    "It’s Time for Black Liberation, Not Liberalism."

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    What lead to the death of the enclosed mall as a concept?

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