Obama Says Mitt is "Not One of Us", Russell Means Passes Away, Police Abuse Cover-Up Goes to Court: P.M. Links
Barack Obama's new ad says that Mitt Romney is "not one of us." Colorado voters apparently disagree, since the GOP candidate is leading there by four points, and pulling 50 percent support for the first time.
- What's off the table at tonight's foreign policy-focused presidential debate? How about anything involving Russia, the eurozone, North Korea and a few other topics of seeming importance.
- A Czech Pirate Party candidate won election to his country's Senate on a platform of transparency, human rights, and civil liberties. Wow! Czech voters are open to candidates from non-traditional political parties who espouse ideas that appeal to them. What strange people.
- American Indian activist and sometimes-libertarian, Russell Means, is dead at 72.
- Germany appears to be slipping into recession as Europe's economic woes become more woeful.
- Do police need a warrant to track your cell phone like it's your personal ear-tag? The New Jersey Supreme Court will let us know.
- Six years after Chicago police Officer Anthony Abbate beat-up Karolina Obrycka, a lawsuit against officers and the city of Chicago over the ensuing cover-up begins in federal court.
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