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7 Things To Read — Tuesday, May 8 Edition

May 8, 2012 12:01 am Category: Memo Pad, Uncategorized Leave a comment A+ / A-

Should Chicago be worried? Obama is losing to Romney in polls of swing state voters.

Today in Stupid: Conservatives in the Kansas state legislature pass a bill to triple-check that they accidentally don’t fund any abortions — and then also pass a law designed to keep Muslims from imposing Sharia law on Topeka.

Can geo-engineering reverse global warming — or will it make things much, much worse?

Meet Mark Zuckerberg’s dentist dad.

Did the CIA just foil another Al Qaeda plot to blow up an airplane?

Mitt Romney’s war cabinet: literally the same guys who brought you the last disaster.

Hillary Clinton’s next big task: convincing India to join the Iran sanctions.

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