Tonight's Crazy Story
A 31-year-old Colorado man was arrested after threatening to blow up a Best Buy for running out of the video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Now there's someone who doesn't need anymore time with violent video games!
Tonight's Final Five:
Hernando de Soto explains why the idea of free markets began the Arab Spring, and why those ideals might be forgotten as new governments take effect.
#4) Woman Up
Mary Rose Somarriba argues that the rise of feminism has led to a generation of child-men.
Taking a break...to laugh a little
"Wal-Mart is in the news. They announced plans to start selling healthcare in their stores. So now you can get your bucket of cake frosting and your diabetes medicine all in one place."
-Conan O'Brien, 11/9/11
Now Back to The Final Five
#3) The Ohio Warning
Ronald Brownstein explains the result of Ohio's SB5 referendum: this is the danger of one party attempting to institute reforms on its own. Republicans should be advised to heed this warning if they win in 2012.
Jeffrey Snider looks at how the Federal Reserve has failed to respond to financial crises in the past as a way of explaining what happened in the 2008 housing collapse.
Arnold King argues that America could be in a transition in which middle class jobs disappear. What would that mean for the American economy?
Tomorrow in History: November 12
November 12, 1892 - William "Pudge" Heffelfinger is paid by the Allegheny Athletic Association for his participation in an American football game, becoming the first professional athlete in the sport.
Food For Thought - A Bedtime Snack
"A morsel of genuine history is a thing so rare as to be always valuable."
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