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THIS WEEKS TOPICS
Republicans Demand a Spending Freeze: Is this the right move?
Pork and Earmarks: Putting aside the colorful terms, why should I care?
The Chas Freeman Affair: First off, who is he? Second, was this the right outcome?
Tragedy in Harare: What will Morgan Tsvangirai’s accident mean for the future of Zimbabwe?
Pope Admits He Should Have Googled Wichard Williamson: What on earth is going on over there?
School Shooting in Germany: Is no one really talking about this? Are we not human?
Business & Economics
Madoff Sentenced: Is this over?
Mark-to-Market: What is the deal there? Who is right?
Arts & Life
Jon Stewart vs. CNBC: Who’s right in the smackdown?
Bill Kristol’s Replacement at the NYT: Who on earth is Ross Douthat?
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