Patt Morrison for March 19, 2012

Santorum Campaigns In Ohio Ahead Of Super Tuesday Contests
Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum has been criticized this week for focusing too much attention on issues that are not as vital to most voters as the economy. At a rally in Illinois, he said, “The issue in this race is not the economy.
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In the world of nightly news weather personalities, being male, experienced, and older is a liability when it comes to getting a job - at least that’s what a lawsuit filed by veteran Los Angeles weatherman Kyle Hunter alleges.
The world is entering an antibiotic crisis in which routine injuries such as a skinned knee could potentially be fatal, according to the World Health Organization (WHO.) Dr. Margaret Chan, director general of the WHO, has warned that bacteria carried by humans are starting to become so resistant to common antibiotics that every antibiotic ever developed, including drugs used to treat tuberculosis and malaria, is at risk of becoming useless.
Hipster chic, or stealing? The appropriation of different cultures in American fashion is nothing new, from African prints to Mandarin collared dresses. Native American styles such as moccasins, beaded shirts, turquoise jewelry and fringe have also been appropriated since the 1960s and ‘70s, with Navajo tribal culture inspiring recent collections for mass market chains such as Urban Outfitters and high-end design houses such as Proenza Schouler.
Fred Rogers The Host Of The Children's Television Series Mr Rogers' Neig

Neighborly advice from Mr. Rogers

“…deep and simple is far more essential than shallow and complex.”
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