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Monday, August 11, 2008

Miniature Cows, Big Advantage

As feed prices drive up the cost of keeping cows, farmers like Sally and Warren Coad say they've found a cost-efficient way of raising cattle -- raise miniature cattle. Plus, they say, smaller breeds lend themselves to young cow handlers. (Aug. 12)

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Georgia Fighting Off Cyber Attacks

As the Georgia-Russia conflict rages on, the region has also experienced a series of cyber attacks. Georgia is working with countries such as Germany and the U.S. to try and bolster its online defenses. WSJ's Siobhan Gorman reports. (Aug. 12)

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Kindle Prospects a Boon to Amazon

Citi analyst Mark Mahaney doubled his sales projections for Amazon's portable reader the Kindle on Monday, sending shares of the stock soaring. Back in May, we spoke with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos about the Kindle. Stacey Delo reports. (Aug. 11)

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Georgia Fighting Off Cyber Attacks

As the Georgia-Russia conflict rages on, the region has also experienced a series of cyber attacks. Georgia is working with countries such as Germany and the U.S. to try and bolster its online defenses. WSJ's Siobhan Gorman reports. (Aug. 12)

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Conversations with Jon Friedman- Smokey Fontaine

MarketWatch's media columnist sits down with Smokey Fontaine, chief content officer of Interactive One, the largest African-American online community, who says Barack Obama's candicacy is a huge opportunity.

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Pepto-Bismol's 'Pink' Ad

See a video clip from Procter & Gamble's new ad campaign, that uses a new character dressed in pink, in a pink room. (Aug. 12)

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U.S.-China Ties Increasingly Strategic

As hostilities intensify between Georgia and Russia, WSJ's Jerry Seib reports on the new world order facing the next president of the United States where good ties with China are proving strategically invaluable. (Aug. 12)

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Convention Reveals Latest Airline Amenities

Every year, at the National Business Travel Association's convention, airline companies showcase their latest travel offerings, including spacious business and first class seating. WSJ's Scott McCartney reports. (Aug. 11)

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GOPAC Chairman Michael Steele Speaks at the GOPAC 30th Anniversary Dinner




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What Tom Allen Does


Tom Allen talks a lot about "change," but -- the truth is -- he's just another politician that says one thing and does another. It's time for Tom Allen to move on.

More at www.MoveOnTomAllen.org.



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Georgia, Russia and energy

As fighting between Georgia and Russia escalates, Columbia Prof. Lincoln Mitchell tells Kelsey Hubbard how conflict could have larger implications and that disruptions in energy flow could send prices higher.

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Some of China's 'Fenqing' Show Optimism

WSJ's Loretta Chao reports from Tiananmen Square in Beijing on the "fenqing" or "angry youth" of China. While these patriotic youth are often characterized as radical, many just want peace. (Aug. 12)

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Out of Iraq - How to Redeploy HIGHLIGHTS

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/08/how_to_redeploy.html Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's recent call for a phased U.S. troop withdrawal presents an opportunity for the United States to reclaim the strategic initiative in Iraq and the Middle East by beginning a responsible redeployment of U.S. troops. Yet there remains significant disagreement and confusion concerning the time necessary to withdraw all U.S. forces from Iraq. On August 11, The Center for American Progress hosted an event to release an updated version of "How to Redeploy: Implementing a Responsible Drawdown of U.S. Forces from Iraq." The report, which takes into account recent developments on the ground, demonstrates that an orderly and safe withdrawal of all U.S. forces is best achieved over an 8- to 10-month period.

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Savage & The Raping Of Liberty



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Time To Buy REIT's?

Concern in the markets has led to a sell-off in REITs, and many are trading at a discount. Paul Gray of Kensington Investment Group tells Stacey Delo about opportunities in real estate investments and how inflation and weak growth will play out. (Aug. 11)

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Gay Hopes to Set 100m Record

World champion sprinter Tyson Gay says he's ready to face Jamaican rival in Beijing. Gay says a hamstring injury is not bothering him amid expectations he will set a new world record. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 11)

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Movie Minute- 'Dark Knight' Chases History

Will the latest Batman film sink the 'Titanic'? Jon Friedman has the answer in the Movie Minute. (Aug. 11)

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Ronnie Musgrove- A Lesson In Hypocrisy


Ronnie Musgrove failed Mississippians when he was Governor, but on the campaign trail he regularly makes hypocritical statements that ignore his record. His record of running a surplus into a deficit, losing non-farm 38,000 jobs, taking $280,000 from convicted felons and $60,000 from people connected to the beef plant fiasco, and doling out special favors like meeting with two of his biggest donors to discuss which judge to appoint.

More at www.MusgroveFacts.com.

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Monday's News Roundup

Investors watch crude oil amid the conflict between Russia and Georgia, while Calpine reports results and more companies will do the same after the closing bell. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (Aug. 11)

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Music Legend Isaac Hayes Dies

Isaac Hayes, whose "Theme From Shaft" won both Academy and Grammy awards, died in Tennessee at the age of 65. The deep-voiced performer was also the first black composer to win the Oscar for best song. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 11)

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11 Dead, China Suspects Muslim Separatists

Suspected Muslim separatists launch attacks in Xinjiang, China, killing 11 people, according to Chinese state media. Militants there are seeking an independent homeland for Muslim Uighurs. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 11)

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At the Olympics- Too Hot to Trot?

WSJ's Geoffrey Fowler looks at trainers' extra efforts to keep horses cool for the equestrian events at the Summer Games in Beijing. (Aug. 11)

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The Daily Left - August 11th



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Pap on CNN - Which Affair Matters?



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U.S. Spears Gold for Fencing

Fencer Mariel Zagunis wins the first U.S. gold in Beijing. The 23-year-old says after a 1-2-3 U.S. sweep in individual saber medals, a team win is now expected. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Aug. 11)

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Bush- Russia-Georgia Violence 'Unacceptable'

Civilian casualties mount as Russian forces continue to clash with Georgian troops. Meanwhile, President Bush departs the Beijing Olympics and presses Russia to scale back its operations. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Aug. 11)

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Obama's Media Problem

Barack Obama become famous for his poise and ability to charm audiences across the U.S., but he has proved to be thin-skinned to journalists' rebukes and this could impair his campaign as we march inexorably to November.

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Softball - GoRemy.com

James Kotecki interviews the man behind goremy.com about his vlogging prowess and impact on Politics... as well as a few side questions that relly have no pertinence whatsoever.

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Softball - GoRemy.com

James Kotecki interviews the man behind goremy.com about his vlogging prowess and impact on Politics... as well as a few side questions that relly have no pertinence whatsoever.

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Softball - GoRemy.com

James Kotecki interviews the man behind goremy.com about his vlogging prowess and impact on Politics... as well as a few side questions that relly have no pertinence whatsoever.

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Mike Allen's Playbook

Mike Allen's wrap-up of the most important happenings in the world of Politics for the week ending August 8th.

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Mike Allen's Playbook

Mike Allen's wrap-up of the most important happenings in the world of Politics for the week ending August 8th.

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