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8:25 PM ET, September 9, 2006

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Los Angeles Times:
ABC Stands By Its 9/11 Story — Almost  —  After minor edits in response to Democratic critics, the miniseries will air as scheduled.  It's already set off a bitter election-year dispute.  —  Walt Disney Co.'s ABC is forging ahead with plans to air a miniseries starting Sunday despite controversy …
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Tim Rutten / Los Angeles Times:
ABC follows a path to shame  —  SURVEYING the smoking ruin that is ABC's reputation after the "The Path to 9/11" debacle, it's hard to know whether you're looking at the consequence of unadulterated folly or of a calculated strategy that turned out to be too clever by half.
Christy Hardin Smith / Firedoglake:
Craptastic GOP-U-Drama Still Greenlighted By ABC/Disney
BuzzFlash / Fight Ignorance:   Key Scenes of ABC's "The Path to 9/11" Shot in Canada, Including WTC Attack
Tom Shales / Washington Post:
ABC's Twisted 'Path to 9/11'
John / AMERICAblog:
American Airlines to blame for 9/11, Disney/ABC movie falsely claims  —  I'm just wondering when American Airlines is going to realize that it's about to be defamed in the entire English-speaking world.  —  As I first noted yesterday, I have the entire "Path to 9/11" video.
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Jennifer Nix / Firedoglake:
What We Do Now  —  Despite the vociferous and righteous public outcry …
Discussion: Right Wing Nut House
Hunter / Daily Kos:
Disney/ABC Highlighting Faked Scenes In Ads For 9/11 Terror Porn
Discussion: Althouse
Mark Mazzetti / New York Times:
C.I.A. Said to Find No Hussein Link to Terror Chief  —  The Central Intelligence Agency last fall repudiated the claim that there were prewar ties between Saddam Hussein's government and an operative of Al Qaeda, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, according to a report issued Friday by the Senate Intelligence Committee.
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Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:
Phase II Report: Saddam Retained Banned Missiles, Biological Stocks
Discussion: A Blog For All
Andrew Gumbel / Independent:   Saddam had no link with al-Qa'ida, US Senate concludes
Washington Post:
Nancy Reagan Asks Webb to Pull Ad With Her Husband  —  Former first lady Nancy Reagan on Friday asked Virginia Democratic Senate candidate James Webb to not use a television commercial that shows former president Ronald Reagan praising Webb, his former Navy secretary.
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The Saturday Brunch  —  Dean and Rahm To Make Up? ...  Hagel/Snowe provide Senate Dems with bipartisan cover in rebuking Bush on Iraq intel ... Allen gets a Reagan assist in attempting to stop Webb's Reagan assist ... it's GOTV weekend in RI ... Tom Tancredo, the new conservative kingmaker?
Discussion: The Moderate Voice, MyDD and Redstate
Jennifer Medina / New York Times:
Lieberman Points Out a Turnabout by Lamont  —  Ned Lamont, who this week chastised Senator Joseph I. Lieberman for his public rebuke of President Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, wrote to Mr. Lieberman at the time praising the eloquence of his speech on the Senate floor.
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Knight Ridder:
U.S. count of Baghdad deaths excludes car bombs, mortar attacks  —  BAGHDAD, Iraq - U.S. officials, seeking a way to measure the results of a program aimed at decreasing violence in Baghdad, aren't counting scores of dead killed in car bombings and mortar attacks as victims of the country's sectarian violence.
Michael van der Galien / Liberty and Justice:
Co-Blogger Fighting For His Life  —  This post will stay on top throughout the entire weekend.  —  One of the co-bloggers here, at Liberty and Justice, Isaac Schrodinger is currently involved in the fight of his life.  Better said: a fight for his life.  —  As all of you who have read …
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Isaac Schrödinger:
How The Time Was Set  —  I started getting ready for the big …
Discussion: The Jawa Report
Adam Nagourney / New York Times:
To Hold Senate, G.O.P. Bolsters Its Most Liberal  —  With a barrage of television advertisements and the mobilization of its get-out-the-vote machine, the national Republican Party has lined up to beat back a conservative primary challenge to the most liberal Republican in the Senate, Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island.
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and The Corner
Paul A. Gigot / Opinion Journal:
'Most People Want Us to Win'  —  A president in the fray, more Truman than LBJ.  —  ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE — Speaker Nancy Pelosi?  —  "That's not going to happen," snaps the president of the United States, leaning across his desk in his airborne office.  He had been saying that he hoped …
Discussion: Blogs for Bush
CNN:
Public expects gridlock if Democrats pick up seats  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — Americans foresee "more gridlock" in government if Democrats take over the House and/or the Senate after elections this fall, a CNN poll shows.  —  And while the poll shows a majority of Americans would favor probes …
Michael Powell / Washington Post:
9/11 conspiracy theorists multiply  —  Many Americans suspect U.S. government involvement or complicity  —  NEW YORK - He felt no shiver of doubt in those first terrible hours.  —  He watched the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and assumed al-Qaeda had wreaked terrible vengeance.
Michael Alison Chandler / Washington Post:
Antiabortion Centers Offer Sonograms to Further Cause  —  On June 6, Cheryl Smith took her last $600 and drove her teenage daughter from Baltimore to Severna Park to get an abortion.  When they got there, a receptionist told them the clinic had changed hands.
Discussion: The Corner
Sherrod Brown for US Senate:
Congressman Sherrod Brown's Democratic National Radio Address  —  Good morning.  This is Congressman Sherrod Brown, Ohio candidate for the United States Senate.  —  On Monday, our country marks a tragic day - - the five year anniversary of the September 11th attacks.  Five years have passed, but the pain has not.
Discussion: Democrats.com
 
 
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