Your Virtual Front Page, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011

Quickly now, before I go over and hear E.J.:

  1. Government in Greece Teeters After Move on Referendum (NYT) — That’s where that direct democracy stuff will yet you. Y’all should know that; y’all invented it.
  2. Dow Takes Another Drubbing (WSJ) — Just what you wanted to hear, right?
  3. Bank of America cancels planned debit card fee (Charlotte Observer) — Guess they realized folks could just go to the credit union and not deal with that garbage. Which they should.
  4. Lawyer: Cain May Have Violated Confidentiality Of Harassment Settlement (NPR) — Dude can’t win, can he. Pair that with Lawyer: Cain accuser seeks freedom to speak from the WashPost.
  5. Israel rushes settlement growth (The Guardian) — Really, folks, this is no more helpful than what UNESCO did.
  6. ‘Hackers’ cut Palestinian network (BBC) — An interesting, apparently related, development.

5 thoughts on “Your Virtual Front Page, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011

  1. bud

    Republicans will give Israel a pass on the settlement issue just as they always have. Still not sure why the UNESCO move is such a big deal. It’s like the Palestinian people are some sort of animals in a zoo with no rights at all.

  2. Silence

    I don’t think that the OWS folks had ANYTHING to do with BoA backing down from the debit card fee. I think it’s the prospect of millions of small account holders (who pay lots of other fees) going elsewhere.

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