Monday, September 05, 2005
What We Need to Know Today
We are so screwed! President Bush shifted Judge Roberts nomination to Chief Justic after the death of Chief Justice Rehnquist.
Susan Wood, Food and Drug Administration's women's health office resigned Wednesday over the FDA's continued stalling over making emergency contraception available over the counter.
FDA & EC
FDA & EC 2
Ambassador Nancy Soderberg weighs in why women matter in the Iraqi constitution. I can't believe we are still having this conversation.
The Lipstick President- Maureen Dowd looks at Geena Davis as a President on ABC and what does this bode for a real woman President?
Former CNN anchor, Judy Woodruff will teach at Harvard this fall.
OSCAR winner Charlize Theron will join Arrested Development for six episodes this fall. I love this show. It is hysterical and subversive.
Showtime and Lifetime will simulcast the date rape drama Speak tonight, September 5 at 9pm.
Both Networks To Air Public Service Announcement From RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network)
After a summer of crappy movies I want to recommend The Constant Gardener based on the John Le Carre novel starring Rachel Weisz and Ralph Fiennes. It's about how big pharmaceutical companies exploit poor people around the world to make money. Great thriller, great cast.
Learn a little about Mary Badham who played Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird in 1961. She's taken some time off between roles and now has