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CNN Radio News Day: December 5, 2012
US President Barack Obama arrives to speak on the fiscal cliff negotiations and business relations during the Washington Business Roundtable in Washington, DC, on December 5, 2012.
December 5th, 2012
04:32 PM ET

CNN Radio News Day: December 5, 2012

CNN Radio News Day is an evening news program providing an informative, thoughtful and creative look at the day's events. It's posted Monday through Friday at 4:30 pm ET.

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(CNN) – Welcome to CNN Radio News Day.

  • The White House and Congress continue to struggle over a deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff.  Automatic spending cuts and tax hikes that are set to kick in January 1st.  It doesn't appear as though compromise is in play on either side.  Vanderbilt University Management Professor Bruce Barry has co-authored three books on negotiation.  Barry explains why compromise is so hard to come by:

    "In these negotiations you often are worried about where the solution comes from – who makes the proposal, who offers the compromise, who takes the credit or blame."  

  • Doctors often leave medical school with huge loans to pay back,  so it's understandable why some might want to go where the big money is.  A new study shows fewer medical residents are choosing to become family physicians. Instead, they are going into specialties.  That could mean a shortage of primary care physicians just as health care reform begins to go into effect:

"You need between 40 or 50 percent of your doctors to be generalists for your system to work. I mean, that's what the research shows and we're at 32 percent in the country now," says Dr. Patrick Dowling, chairman of the Department of Family Medicine at UCLA.

  • Beginning tomorrow a new law in Washington state means adults will be able to smoke marijuana legally. And, in the next few weeks, adults in Colorado will also be able to legally grow and smoke pot. But it will still be against federal law. Sandra Hagen Solin with the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance says her group wants U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to enforce that federal law:

"...as states we certainly have the right to determine for ourselves the policies in which we want to move forward.  I think, however, there is a supremacy clause which is very applicable in this case."

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  1. godly e thankgod

    SERMON PRESS APPEAL

    GALATIANS 3:
    20'A MEDIATOR, HOWEVER,DOES NOT REPRESENT JUST ONE PARTY;
    BUT GOD IS ONE.
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    absolutely he is but that is if we would have to chose who we serve,but as we
    thus must know he is one lord in whom we call and worship,at his place were
    he dwell and were we would find and have him,christ is make us free therefore
    are we free in deed,but the wisdom is above only our own understanding yes it
    is true that we have been free in this,it happen that it is always a case even as
    much as we have believe in it and in him,yet there we still have rigid figure of it
    it in his living word that all this is what we have and know,even though we are in
    a world of conversation what do we converse with,is it a lonely world of cause it
    is yes to some other, what i mean to some other is that they just do not have it
    idea how to be a companion even though there is a world we can call a world of
    our own yes this place,called earth is the world of our own and it is the battle we
    have and it is what we called and know to be a battle front why is it a battle way
    because it is where we have found and find our self,JOHN 3:29 ,so if there is that

    thus we have found our -self here what are we to do is now
    and then the greater question every man is now got to ask
    himself what do i do here and if we kindled it,it is for a true
    fact and not to accept much word of story we here by take
    not for granted those things that we do or knows how to do
    and this are the type of fact that is been required of us even
    though there is to say thanks how and in what manner of –
    time and of place,here we come nearer to and for what it has
    been for a while and in a long time,coming when we will have
    to call our-self but now let it not be if in a country a place he
    is called to dwell and therein he go's on his way getting to
    this destination he sees what his thought alone would say
    wow,where is paradise here is paradise there is paradise then
    what is paradise who is paradise,what should we or may we
    do with paradise,this is why we must be honest to our-self
    and we have been called to and it is why we are called to,it
    PERMANENTLY DEVOTE?
    JOHN 2:20,PS 102:19 PROV 21:14 ,ROM 6:16
    LUKE 17:20 ,ACT 10:34 MATT 3:3 ,2 TIM 4:5
    PLEASE REFERENCE TO SCRIPTURE?
    ACKNOWLEDGMENT?
    as we have been called into one calling our life include us and him and
    what we do,thus there is know,though know worry as we have his approval
    to be and to do,his will we may not fret we may not query we may not,
    turn but we may have him as it were and as it is,why is it not for every one
    it is not because it is a unique purpose and it is refer to some one and this
    is that some one he who made the heaven and the earth and all that dwell
    therein so we must acknowledge and give him praise regardless of what we
    are and do,he is first and the last of all creature,so this is why we say,Amen
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