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Clearing My Inbox: Oldies But Goodies Part 2

I’m still working on clearing my inbox. I have made a lot of progress. Here are more older links I have found while doing some Spring…err Summer Cleaning online. This time I will be more organized with the links. Part 3 coming soon…


Has American Apparel Gone Too Far?

Check out this post about a recent ad campaign that American Apparel has done. I’m not a fan of it.

Klobuchar Remarks on sexism in Sotomayor hearings

Sen. Klobuchar is one of my favorite senators. I heard her in a hearing last year and appreciated her frankness. I hope she continues to speak for the people and holds on to her unique senate style. This link is a link to Emily’s List’s new Blog Read My Lipstick but a link to the full article is there.

Death Toll Rises in Afghanistan; In US Key Econ Report Due


‘Save our CEOs’ Teaser for Michael Moore’s New Film

Susanna Madora Salter, America’s First Female Mayor and Elected Official


Former Interrogator Rebukes Cheney for Torture Speech

Ethanol Eyes Only

Article starts slow but a must need read about how the Corn Lobby is at work again…moving from food to fuel production. I wonder if this is why I haven’t seen one of those Pro High Fructose Corn Syrup commercials recently.

Hill Still A Climb For Female Staffers


A 19 Cent Raise in 45 years? Women Deserve Equal Pay Now

Cuba: “It’s Time to Talk” Say US Lawmakers

Women, Extremism and Two Key States

The G20 and Latin America: A “Rendezvous With Destiny” or a False Start?

Deal By Deal, China Expands Its Influence in Latin America

TransAfrica Forum Expresses Disappointment in Obama Administration’s to Attend World Conference Against Racism

What Can Obama Do in Latin America?

Foreign Policy in Focus – Time to Deal With Haiti

Negritudes, la nueva estrategia de Uribe

The US-Columbia FTA and National Insecurity: A Call for Ethical Foreign Policy

Latin America: Summit Reveals a Changing Contient


March 2009: Venezuela Update

Where to Now?: Women’s Leadership Needs New Direction

Beefy Résumé for a Giant Job: Policing Stimulus Spending

The Body Politic: Cutting Meghan McCain Down to Size

Connecting with Iraqi Entrepreneurs

Obama Responds to Reports of Violence at Border


Murders By Columbian Military Increase, WFP Renews Calls to End Funding


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