Some news big and small from around the browser tabs:
CPSC Chairwoman takes break from strangling agency to remind Congress the agency needs not money, authority, or staff, but more strangling.
Hey, and only two years after the CPSC found out the cribs were potentially deadly but didn't have the investigative resources or authority to do anything about it, and only five weeks after they were forced to recall the cribs because of a reporter's questions! You keep on keepin' on, Commissioner Nord!
Ever wonder how Gap Kids is able to sell embroidered anything for so cheap? The factory who bought these children embroiderers just became the 24th Gap supplier to be let go this year [emphasis added because the Gap sells childrens' clothes made by child slaves but only pulls the merchandise caught on tape.]
That whole "No fatties" thing really pays off! Congrats to Cookie, which was just named Magazine Launch of the Year by AdAge. Not sure which year, but if your marketing plan revolves around a uterus, this article will speak to you. Did you know the Porsche Cayenne is a chick car? Also: "'It takes a village to raise a child' -- where is this village? Cookie is this village."