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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

April 4, 2012 - Morning Headlines

- Former governor Mitt Romney went three-for-three winning the Maryland, Washington DC, and Wisconsin GOP Primaries:

     - CNN:

     - Fox News:

     - MSNBC:

- Intense, damaging storms swept through the Dallas, Texas area last night destroying an estimated 150 homes. Luckily, there were no deaths and no serious injuries reported (CNN):

- NBC has issued an apology for airing an edited version of the George Zimmerman 911 call (Fox News):

- The University of Baylor Lady Bears became the first NCAA basketball team in history (men or women) to finish a season 40-0 by defeating Notre Dame in the championship last night (CBS News):;fd.morenews

1 comment:

  1. Whoppee for Romney {sarcasm}!!! I just wish we could move on to the general election. This primary season is draining. 48 debates in the first week of the election cycle and none since. The nasty advertising, name calling, etc... I'm just about done with it. And, the end result, as it looks now, will be the status quo - Romeny wondering why nobody likes him and Obama still the president.

    One article I came across in the Philadelphia Inquirer (I had to search both msnbc and foxnews - foxnews has nothing which is a shocker) that rubs me wrong is more squandered money (it's not squandered, entirely, yet but, if it's not, it will cost more as that is clearly the angle the owner is playing). I am all for promoting green(er)/clean(er) energy and the vehicles that utilize the technology via government subsidy (assuming it creates jobs), but this administration has shot itself in the foot more than I'd like to see. I don't think anyone is being held to account for these decisions (was anyone fired over Solyndra?). Anyway, here's the link (to both the msnbc article and the article):