Equities markets fall flat on Obama's Tax reform announcement, commodities markets mostly positive in today's session, GOP presidential nominees continue to stump before their debate tonight in Arizona (Santorum talks Satan & Romney talks taxes), updates of the Anti Lamar Smith campaign (vote Richard Mack for Texas district 21), Bashar Al-Assad continues bombing his people (19 dead, including 2 journalists), IAEA claims Iran denied them access to sites for inspection (Iran is still defiant), bureaucrats in the EU refer ACTA to European Court of Justice for "legal guidance," Hugo Chavez (Venezuela's "President") heads in for another round of surgery for cancer in Cuba, its war in Australasia's Labor Party as Kevin Rudd resigns as Foreign Affairs Minister and Mega Upload's founder KimDotCom is released from jail in New Zealand. Ghost goes off on Ash Wednesday, a man tries to sue his uncle for posting embarrassing Facebook pictures and Indiana lawmaker calls Girl Scouts a radical wing of Planned Parenthood. News, True Capitalist commentary and Radio Graffiti on this edition. Follow on Twitter @GhostPolitics
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