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12:00pm

Tue February 8, 2011
Business

President's Address To Businessmen Omits Small Business Owners

President Obama is making moves to mend the White House's rocky relationship with business leaders. In a speech to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Monday he promised to get rid of unnecessary regulations and simplify the tax code. Samll business owners Andy Shallal, of Washington, DC's Busboys and Poets and Eatonville Restaurants, and Renee Amoore, founder and president of the Amoore Group share their perspective on how small businesses have been faring in the current economic climate and how President Obama can step in to help.

11:02am

Tue February 8, 2011
Deceptive Cadence

Sing Out, Mr President: John Adams, Bless This House

Originally published on Wed October 24, 2012 3:53 pm

John Adams, our second president (1797-1801), was a Harvard-educated lawyer, a two-term vice president and a very quotable man.

Some scholars think of him as equal parts philosopher and politician. "People and nations are forged in the fires of adversity" is one of his more famous quotes.

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10:15am

Tue February 8, 2011
The Two-Way

Wael Ghonim Has 'Galvanized' Protesters In Egypt

Reporters in Cairo say the number of protesters in Tahrir Square today is noticeably larger than in the past few days and that the anti-government turnout is among the biggest in the 15 days since the demonstrations began.

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10:00am

Tue February 8, 2011
13.7: Cosmos And Culture

Bill O'Reilly And The Origin Of The Moon

First watch, then discuss:

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9:57am

Tue February 8, 2011
Opinion

The New Republic: Revolts Could Fuel Nuclear Desires

Henry Sokolski is executive director of The Nonproliferation Policy Education Center and editor of Nuclear Power's Global Expansion: Weighing Its Costs and Risks.

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