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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Marissa Powell
Miss Utah Marissa Powell didn't win the Miss USA pageant over the weekend. But she is the only contestant everyone was talking about after after bumbling through her interview session — a cringe-worthy comment period that quickly went viral on the Internet.
When host Matt Lauer gave her a second go-around on national TV Tuesday, Powell said unequal pay "is not OK."
"It needs to be equal pay for equal work. It's hard enough already to earn a living, and it shouldn't be harder just because you're a woman," she said.