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U.S. Human Rights Report and Canada: Report no longer qualifies as a day of glory for the USG

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Like a calendar-challenged groundhog or a delayed anti-Valentine, the U.S. Human Rights Report (HRR) is a benchmark for late winter/pre-spring. This year with little ado it appeared on March 6, challenged for column inches and sound bite coverage by the Scooter Libby conviction, the latest revelations of astronaut astro-naughties, and the hoop-la sorting out of basketball contenders preliminary to "March madness."

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U.S. Human Rights Report and Canada: Report no longer qualifies as a day of glory for the USG

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Like a calendar-challenged groundhog or a delayed anti-Valentine, the U.S. Human Rights Report (HRR) is a benchmark for late winter/pre-spring. This year with little ado it appeared on March 6, challenged for column inches and sound bite coverage by the Scooter Libby conviction, the latest revelations of astronaut astro-naughties, and the hoop-la sorting out of basketball contenders preliminary to "March madness."

  

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Friday, March 27, 2015
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