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Mar 16

AM BRIEF - TBRs Morning Look At The World.  8 Stories Every Morning: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-AM20110316

Topics Featured This Morning:

1. The Pattern Of Aftershocks Appears To Be Shifting South Toward Tokyo - Will That City Get Hit?
2. Japan’s Emperor Akihito: I Truly Hope The Victims Of The Disaster Never Give Up Hope.
3. 50 Workers Are Perhaps Japan’s Last Chance Of Preventing A Broader Nuclear Catastrophe.
4. A Deeply Divided House Of Representatives Agrees To Provide Enough Money To Keep The Government Open For Three More Weeks.
5. Bahraini Forces Uses Tanks And Helicopters To Drive Protesters From The Streets, Drawing Rare Criticism From U.S.
6. UK Prime Minister David Cameron Urges The UN To “Show Leadership” In Regard To A No-Fly Zone Over Libya.
7. In State Legislatures, Tea Partyers Take Democracy To Absurd Lengths.
8. President Barack Obama Picks Each Of The Four No. 1 Seeds To Advance To The Final Four.

And…Daily Political Cartoon

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Mar 15

AM BRIEF - TBRs Morning Look At The World.  8 Stories Every Morning: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-AM20110315

Topics Featured This Morning:

1. Nuclear Power Was Beginning To Look Like A Panacea - Now It Looks More Like A Bargain With The Devil.
2. Desperate Family Members Go From One Evacuation Center To Another Searching For Quake Victims.
3. Obama: Responisible Gun Owners Agree We Should Be Able To Keep Guns Away From Dangerous Criminals.
4. Secretary Of State Clinton In Paris For Talks With European And Other Leaders On The Crisis In Libya.
5. Hello Salmonella?  Republicans Want To Reduce FDA Food Safety Funding By $241 Million.
6. General David Petraeus To Defend The Obama Administration’s New Afghanistan timeline.
7. Experts Warn Of Major Risk Of Earthquake And Tsunami In Pacific Northwest.
8. New Internet Explorer Will Be The First Major Browser To Include A Do-Not-Track Tool.

And…Daily Political Cartoon

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PM BRIEF - TBRs Look Around The World.  10 Stories Delivered Nightly: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-PM20110314

Tonight’s featured topics:

1. After Thhird Explosion At Nuclear Plant, Japanese Officials Warn Of Health Risks.
2. Poll: Only 26 Percent Of Americans Say They Are Optimistic About “Our System Of Government.”
3. The Clock Is Ticking On Action In Libya And On The President’s Foreign Policy Legacy.
4. Japanese Stocks Plung More Than 14 Percent.
5. As Rising Temperatures Bring A Sustained Thaw, Rivers In Minnesota Could Reach Flood Stage By The Weekend.
6. President Obama: Is He Ready To Get Serious About Gun Control.
7. NRA To Obama: The Problem Isn’t Guns, It’s Law Enforcement, Media And The Mental Health System.
8. After Silvio Berlusconi, Will Italy Turn To Nichi Vendola?
9. Glenn Beck Says Japan’s Earthquake Might Be A “Message” From God.
10. The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame’s 27th Annual Induction Ceremony: Tom Waits, Dr. John, Neil Diamon, Darlene Love & Alice Cooper.

Video: Snake Bites Orit Fox’s Fake Breast.

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Mar 12

AM BRIEF - TBRs Morning Look At The World.  8 Stories Every Morning: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-AM20110312

Topics Featured This Morning:

1. Explosion At A Japanese Nuclear Power Plant, But Radiation Leaks Were Receding.
2. Cleanup Of Tsunami Damage On West Coast To Cost Millions.
3. The Foreign Minister Of Oman Says Arab States Must Intervene In Libya In Line With International Law.
4. Arab Democrats Credit US Training.
5. As Obama Pprepares To Announce His Bid For Re-Election He Keep A Close Eye On Unemployment And Gas Prices.
6. Thousands Protesting Wisconsin’s Law Limiting The Rights Of Public Employee Unions, March In Madison.
7. Thirteen People Die When A Bus Returning To New York City From A Casino Overturned On A Highway.
8. It’s Official: NFL Lockout Is In Place.

And…Daily Political Cartoon

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PM BRIEF - TBRs Look Around The World.  10 Stories Delivered Nightly: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-PM20110311

Tonight’s featured topics:

1. Is One Of Japans Nuclear Power Plants Near Meltdown?
2. The Tsunami Created By Japan’s 8.9 Earthquake Hits US West Coast. California’s Crescent City and Santa Cruz Have Been Hit Hardest.
3. President Obama Says Sanctions On Libya Are Taking Effect; EU Members Ponder Action To Take Against Gadhafi.
4. Dems/GOP Agreed On Three-Week Stopgap Bill To Avoid A Potential Federal Shutdown.
5. The Problem With Peter King’s Terrorism Hearing Is Not The Topic Of Inquiry But King Himself.
6. TSA To Retest Scanners: Maintenance Records On Some Devices Show Radiation Levels 10 Times Higher Than Expected.
7. The Confederation Of National Trade Unions Votes Against A Planned Expansion Of Canada’s Last Asbestos Mine.
8. Anne Lauvergeon, France’s Most Powerful Businesswoman, Believes It’s Time For The Next Atomic Boom.
9. State Senators Vote To Force The University Of North Dakota To Keep Its Fighting Sioux Nickname.
10. Surgery Helped Aretha Franklin Lose 85 Pounds – But Not A Gastric Bypass.

Video: Tsunami Hits Japan.

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AM BRIEF - TBRs Morning Look At The World.  8 Stories Every Morning: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-AM20110311

Topics Featured This Morning:

1. The Japanese Government Issues An Official Emergency At One Of The Country’s Nuclear Power Plants.
2. Hawaii: Kauai and Oahu Escape The Tsunami Relatively Unscathed, However The Big Island Has Experienced Much Larger Tidal Surges.
3. Tsunami Triggered By Japanese Earthquake Hits Crescent City, California; At least one dead.
4. Peter King’s ‘Radical Muslim’ Hearings Were A Victory For Al Qaeda.
5. Saudi Police Flood Streets Of Riyadh, Setting Up Checkpoints Which Quashed The ‘Day of Rage’.
6. President Obama Signals That The US Military Might Intervene In Libya At The Point That ‘Defenseless Civilians’ Are Under Attack.
7. Roughly 1 In 20 American Adults Are Cancer Survivors, Health Officials Say.
8. Ali-Frazier Still Resonates After 40 Years.

And…Daily Political Cartoon

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Mar 11

PM BRIEF - TBRs Look Around The World.  10 Stories Delivered Nightly: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-PM20110310

Tonight’s featured topics:

1. Eugene Robinson: If Peter King Is Looking For Threats To Our Freedoms And Values, A Mirror Would Be The Place To Start.
2. GOP Assault On Workers Took A Big Step Forward Wednesday Night. Now It’s Urgent That The President Stand Up.
3. In The Mideast Crisis There Are Two Barack Obamas: The Transformative Historical Figure And The Pragmatic American President.
4. Saudi Security Forces Fire On Scores Of Protesters In The City Of Qatif.
5. Military-Wide Drills To Implement Repeal Of ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ Have Begun.
6. Nearly A Year After The Oil Disaster Began, Gulf Coast Residents Are Sick And Dying From BP’s Toxic Chemicals.
7. Joe Barton: Government Subsidies Are Required To Keep Companies Like Exxon-Mobil From Going Out Of Business.
8. With Millions Out Of Work, Rand Paul Worries About His Toilet Seat And Light Bulbs.
9. Mideast Worries Cause Dow To Drop 228.48, Close Under 12000.
10. Michael Stipe Discusses REMs New CD ‘Collapse Into Now’.

Video: Has Gadhafi Bought Africa’s Silence?

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Mar 8

ROOSTER - TBRs News For Early Risers.  Six Stories Delivered At 5:50 AM: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-RT20110308

Featured Topics:

1. Activists In Cairo Call For A Million Women March Today To Coincide With International Women’s Day.
2. Guantanamo Trials Resume After 2 year Ban.
3. Unilever Recalls Skippy Peanut Butter which May Be Contaminated with salmonella.
4. Scientist At NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center Has Evidence Of Life Inside Of A Meteorite.
5. Sarah Palin: Kathy Griffin Is A 50-Year-Old Bully.
6. Designer Charlotte Todd On Kate Middleton’s Fashion Choices.

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NIGHT OWL - TBRs News For Insomniacs.  Six Stories Delivered On The Overnight: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-NO20110308

Featured Topics:

1. US Chamber Of Commerce Fights Obama On His Method Of Fixing Corporate Pensions.
2. Defense Secretary Robert Gates Will Be Tough To Replace.
3. Peter King’s Islamophobia.
4. The Palestinian Authority Makes A Push For Statehood Through A Campaign For UN Membership.
5. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi Gets New Tooth.
6. Genesis Fans Rejoice! Phil Collins Is NOT Retiring.

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Mar 7

ROOSTER - TBRs News For Early Risers.  Six Stories Delivered At 5:50 AM: http://tinyurl.com/BukowskiReport-RT20110307

Featured Topics:

1. As Conflict In Libya Intensifies, UN Sends A Special Envoy.
2. Westboro Attorney: Obama And The Nine Supreme Court Justices Are Going To Hell.
3. House Democrats: EPA Slacking On Monitoring Fracking.
4. Departing Members Of The House Of Representatives Awarded Millions Of Dollars In Extra Pay To Aides.
5. Government Collects 2 Cents On The Dollar Of ‘Swindler’ Fines.
6. With Groom In An Isolation Ward Of A Hospital, Couple Gets Married Via Skype.

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