News Headlines: Dec. 7, 2007
Talk About It:
Jermaine Dupri (Op-Ed): Start at the Beginning — "I find that this new generation of go getters doesn't really wanna start at the bottom. They wanna start in the middle, at the very least. But the last time I checked, the definition of "start" was to have a beginning. That's the time in your life when you'll do ANYthing to make it in the business, from driving all night to get to a music convention, to answering phones at a studio and picking up take-out for the engineers."
Do you agree with Dupri's position? Is there such a thing as being too ambitious?
New York Times: C.I.A. Destroyed 2 Tapes Showing Interrogations
The AJC: Secret Service Racism Suit Gets Another Day in Court
New York Times: U.S. Agency's Slow Pace Endangers Foreign Aid
New York Times: Justice Dept. Numbers Show Prison Trends
Houston Chronicle: Economic Fair Gives Blacks Tools to Profit
New York Times: Group: 5 Percent of Minorities to Get Rate Freeze
AP: Bonds Pleads Not Guilty to Perjury, Obstruction
L.A. Times: Bush Loses Ground with Military Families
Washington Post (Blog): The Line: For Obama, It Takes a Movement
Arts & Culture:
AP: Smith Says 'Legend' Not Yet OK'd in China