Week In Review

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This week Libyan rebels gained tremendous ground in a massive onslaught in Tripoli on the Qadhafi regime, and lawmakers weighed in with applause for the rebels and words of caution for U.S. policy. The 2012 presidential campaign kicked into full swing on Tuesday with President Obama and Mitt Romney both announcing that they will reveal their jobs plans right around Labor Day. On the same day a 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit the east coast, shaking up D.C. and causing a nuclear power plant in Virginia to shut down. On Thursday over 100 business leaders joined Howard Schultz’s pledge to not make any campaign donations to any party until lawmakers pass a “bipartisan, balanced long-term debt deal that addresses both entitlements and revenues.”

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