ASU sexual-assault cases: Few convictions She went to sleep without locking the door — a practice common among students in the complex. At some point, the man returned to the apartment and entered her bedroom. Report: One in five women is a victim of sexual assault or attempted sexual assault ... 11/22/2014 - 4:59 pm | View Link
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Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is World gone mad:
What you may have missed on Sunday Kos
The Southern heritage that Lost Causers would like us to ignore, by Susan Grigsby
The legitimate, though unpopular, case for more politicians in Washington, by Steve Singiser
The powerful politics of Barack Obama's eulogy for Clementa Pinckney, by Denise Oliver Velez
Temporarily displaced millionaires, Mark E Andersen
A Heritage of Hatred, Brutality, Treason, Terrorism & Lies, by Frank Vyan Walton
What do we do now that the fight for a living wage is achieving results, by Ian Reifowitz
Being a Liberal in Texas is not all that bad, by Egberto Willies
Greece's finance minister resigns in wake of referendum:
Greece’s combative finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, abruptly resigned Monday morning in what appeared to be the first move at conciliation by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras toward the country’s creditors after Greek voters’ rejection on Sunday of a bailout linked to austerity.
On Monday, Burt’s Bees posted a tribute to its eccentric namesake, Burt Shavitz, who died at 80 over the weekend. “We remember him as a bearded, free-spirited Maine man, a beekeeper, a wisecracker, a lover of golden retrievers and his land,” the message read. “Above all, he taught us to never lose sight of our relationship with nature.” In the pantheon of woodsy-seeming New English business folk, Shavitz is right up there with Ben and/or Jerry.
The debate over the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the South Carolina capitol grounds was derailed before it had even began by state Senator Lee Bright, who urged his fellow senators to put aside the legacy of slavery and discuss the most pressing issue of the day -- "this gay marriage thing."Sen.