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Serena Williams Wins ‘Golden Slam’ in Rout Over Maria Sharapova

REUTERS SPORT reports via Twitter…

Serena Williams becomes the first woman to win all four Grand Slams and a gold medal in both singles and doubles.

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Jenna Jameson Schools Clinton Eastwood on Romney Tax Policy

Watch Study: Romney Tax Plan Would Most Benefit Wealthy Americans on PBS. See more from PBS NewsHour.

“It’s now more important than ever that we need Gov. Romney, and I’m […]

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Kofi Annan Quits Syria

CHARLIE ROSE had a conversation with Mark Lyall Grant, UK Ambassador to the United Nations on Syria, this week that is important (but not embeddable).

The opening for Syria to eventually go the way […]

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News Desk: Sudan and South Sudan Reach ‘Reasonable Understanding’ on Oil Payments

Sudan has struck a deal with South Sudan over oil payments in a dispute that brought to the two countries to the brink of war. A spokesman from Sudan said a “reasonable understanding” had […]

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Birthday Cake War

RNC SENDS a birthday message to Pres. Obama.

The DNC responds.

Fun war games that have no consequences, except inside the campaigns, as the rest of us watch the warfare.

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Swimming Phenom Missy Franklin Shatters World Record at London Olympics

“THE FUTURE IS NOW” is what’s being said about Missy Franklin’s place in Team USA swimming. With Michael Phelps saying he’s competed in his last Olympics, people are already looking to Franklin. […]

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Michael Moore on Pres. Obama (It’s not an endorsement)

“I wouldn’t say I support him. I would say I will vote for him.” – Michael Moore [Washington CBSLocal]

THESE TYPES of comments, like what Susan Sarandon said as well, are actually helpful.

If […]

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Queer Talk: Chick-Fil-A-ing

Joyce L. Arnold, Liberally Independent, Queer Talk, equality activist, writer.

The amount of attention being given the Chick-fil-A story is not really surprising, but is instructive. It’s an example of one of humankind’s […]

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Jobs Report Weak, But It Can’t Save Republicans from Romney

The main news in this report is a marked upswing in the rate of payroll job growth. The 163,000 rate shown in this report is likely to close to the economy’s underlying growth rate […]

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