The one, as he tells her in this reunion, that had pure intentions with her. She sees right through him. I love that she can still read him and push him to be better. He responded saying, “We have trouble putting people on the cover. It’s the same reason: they have to sell, and what sells for us is either big ideas (sans people) or well known, likable people with interesting things to say . I could use some help with suggestions.”.
Someone new every cycle. Time and the Washington Post’s The Fix blog (twice!) have weighed in in the past year, as has this thread of redditors. (NPR’s own Asma Khalid will have her own best first state analysis coming out soon.)People generally have two big criticisms of Iowa’s first in the nation status (and New Hampshire’s, as well): (1) that the states are not representative of the rest of the country, and (2) that they’re too tiny.
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In presidential speak, Mr. Obama is promising to make things right. He wants the American people to believe that things will be alright, eventually, and he is doing everything in his power to put the oil back where it belongs, get people paid, clean up the environment, restart the Gulf coast economy and deal with ineffective government agencies and recalcitrant oil companies..
Associate producer Camila Domonoske noticed that one photo, of 16 year old Justin Lee being carried by his father to the shower, was sparking passionate debate. Justin was wearing a diaper. Some readers said the photo deprived him of his dignity. “I think a very flashing neon light is staff conducting activities that they are trying to hide from other staff. That tells you that something is being done here that everybody recognizes has crossed a line,” said Collins. “Another very clear line is if that interaction involves a manipulation of what the research plan is going to be to achieve a certain outcome that would be beneficial to the donors.