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Thursday Evening News Round Up

Been travelling today. College grads are losing ground on wages. This isn’t good. We need higher wages, living wages for everyone. Prolonged unemployment is causing and will continue to cause long lasting damage to our society. Everyone is affected. Everyone! I don’t get it. If children are our future and we, all, believe that children are the foundation of tomorrow then why are we short changing the most important gift that we can give to our children – their education? BTW, I don’t care if the president backed down on when he would schedule his speech to Congress. I really don’t.

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Monday Night’s News Roundup

From PA (I inserted some good stuff, I couldn’t help myself): Libya: “Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi remained at large Monday, and loyalist forces still held pockets of the city, stubbornly resisting the rebels’ efforts to establish full control, but there was little doubt that the Libyan leader’s four-decade grip on power was ending.” The Gaddafi regime is collapsing sooner than anticipated, forcing Western countries to scramble to put together post-conflict plans for Libya. Egyptian/Israeli tensions reach their highest point in three decades: “Diplomats scrambled to avert a crisis in relations between Egypt and Israel on Saturday, and the Israeli government issued a rare statement of regret for

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Wednesday’s News Roundup

I’m simply running around like a chicken…you know the rest. From Political Animal: Escalation in Libya: “In a sudden, sharp escalation of NATO’s air campaign over Libya, warplanes dropped more than 50 bombs on targets in Tripoli on Tuesday, obliterating large areas of Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi’s Bab al-Aziziya command compound.” (Ed. note – I thought that we weren’t targetting Gaddafi? I’m just askin’.) Congress won’t act, and the Fed doesn’t want to: “Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke conceded that the economic recovery is ‘frustratingly slow’ for millions of unemployed Americans, but threw cold water on the notion that the central bank can be

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