As I see it, everyone of these RSN Articles is important. Please, find time to at least read these headlines. ~J

Gabriel Sherman | Fox News’ Week of WeirdnessGabriel Sherman, New York Magazine

Sherman writes: “Gingrich said: ‘In our experience, Callista and I both believe CNN is less biased than Fox this year. We are more likely to get neutral coverage out of CNN than we are of Fox, and we’re more likely to get distortion out of Fox. That’s just a fact.'”

Moyers and Winship | The Rich Are Different From You and Me

Bill Moyers and Michael Winship,
Excerpt: “Talk about your friendly skies. No wonder the people with money and influence don’t feel connected to the rest of the population. It’s as if they live in a foreign country at the top of the world, like their own private Switzerland, at heights so rarefied they can’t imagine life down below.”

Marian Wright Edelman | What a Difference a Gun Makes

Marian Wright Edelman, Reader Supported News
Marian Wright Edelman writes: “It’s a tragedy that five years after Virginia Tech so little has changed. How many years must we wait until tragic headlines about school shootings, children dying, and people using the ‘shoot first and ask questions later’ defense to take the law into their own hands go away? When will we finally get the courage to stand up as a nation and say enough to the deadly proliferation of guns and gun violence that endanger children’s and public safety?”

US Refuses Plea to End Drone Attacks in Pakistan

Kimberly Dozier, Associated Press
Dozier reports: “The White House has no intentions of ending CIA drone strikes against militant targets on Pakistani soil, U.S. officials say, possibly setting the two countries up for diplomatic tensions after Pakistan’s parliament unanimously approved new guidelines for the country’s troubled relationship with the United States.”

Americans Increasingly Seek Medical Care Abroad

James Surowiecki, The New Yorker
Surowiecki reports: “This year, a few hundred thousand intrepid American travelers will head to places like Thailand and Costa Rica, in search of health care.”

Matt Taibbi | Yes, Virginia, This Is Obama’s JOBS Act

Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone 
Intro: “A number of people, many of them enthusiastic supporters of President Obama, wrote in to complain about my last piece about the JOBS Act. The gist of many of these letters was that the new deregulatory law could in no way be described as ‘Obama’s JOBS Act. … Okay, let’s talk about that.”

The ‘Gunshine State’

George Bauer, AlterNet
Intro: “Florida Republicans bring gun mayhem, Jim Crow, teacher firings, insurance industry payoffs and misogyny to the Sunshine State.”

Vermont Senate Votes to Overturn Citizens United

Bernie Sanders, Reader Supported News 
Intro: “The Vermont Senate on Thursday called on Congress to propose a constitutional amendment to undo a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that threw out a ban on corporate campaign spending.”

Planned Parenthood Sues Texas Over Exclusion in Women’s Health Program

Amanda Peterson Beadle, ThinkProgress
Intro: “Planned Parenthood affiliates in Texas filed a federal lawsuit against the state to block their exclusion from participating in the Women’s Health Program.”

Long Range Acoustic Device to Be Deployed in Chicago NATO Protests

Paul Meincke, ABC7 Chicago
Chicago Police plan to use long range acoustic devices, or sound cannons to control crowds for the upcoming NATO summit. The LRAD emits sounds that are painful and can damage the human ear.

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One Response to As I see it, everyone of these RSN Articles is important. Please, find time to at least read these headlines. ~J

  1. Pingback: Marian Wright Edelman: A Disgraceful, Hypocritical, Liberal Black American Whose Racism Is “Poison In America” « The Neosecularist

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