Ten Years Later
Sunday will mark the tenth anniversary of September 11, 2001, when over 3,000 people were killed in terrorist attacks against World Trade Center buildings 1 and 2 and the Pentagon. Since that fateful day, the date has become a de facto day of national reflection. Every year, we pause and consider what we've lost, what we're fighting for, what we've become and where we're going as a nation.
What would you do with $5.3 billion?
Five point three billion dollars. That's how much was spent on campaigning in the 2008 election year. That's more than the GDP of 65 of the nations on Earth.
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I apologize, Aerosmith, but pink is not my favorite color. My name, Jamie, is gender-neutral. For all you know, I may be a man or a woman. I've always been comfortable with this, and in fact, I've preferred it. When I'm represented by this innocuous name, there are no stereotypes associated with it, no burdensome expectations and sex-related norms to deal with.