Tuesday, October 30, 2012

What We Read - A Week in Review: October 22-29th, 2012

Highlights from our week of internet reading. A new entry theme we'll try to do twice a month, of the things that influence us, in one way or another, and in many cases inspire further research and reading into the matter. Let's call it resources for learning.
Lawrence Wilkerson, Former Colin Powell Aide, Blasts Sununu, GOP, As 'Full Of Racists'
Peter Finocchiaro, Huffington Post, October 27, 2012

Supreme Court to hear arguments in case of student who resold books
Bill Mears, CNN, October 27, 2012

America's CEOs Want the Rest of Us to Pay For Their Folly
Kevin Drum, Mother Jones, October 25, 2012

Bain Capital and the Race to the Bottom in Manufacturing and Wages
Mary Bottari, Center for Media and Democracy, October 24

Romney repeats false claim of Jeep outsourcing to China; Chrysler refutes story
Nathan Bomey and Brent Snavely, Detroit Free Press, October 25, 2012

Foreign policy: Is Mitt running as Dubya or Obama — or both?
Sally Kohn, Salon, October 22, 2012

Romney Wants To Disband FEMA- Do You Think N.J. Governor Chris Christie Agrees With The GOP Today?
Rick Ungar, Forbes, October 29, 2012

Seven Things to Tell Your Friends About GMOs
Frances Moore Lappé & Anna Lappé, Huffington Post, October 25, 2011

And our favourite video of the week:
Missouri Pastor's Fiery Speech Against Equal Rights for Homosexuals Has Stunning Twist Ending

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