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4:55 PM ET, January 29, 2007

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Emptywheel / Firedoglake:
Libby Live: Ari Fleischer One  —  Hey, look at the exploding pig in the poke cartoon graphic I found!  Or perhaps "pig in the poke to stay out of the pokey"?  —  If you don't know the reference, Patrick Fitzgerald described the process of offering Ari Fleischer immunity "buying a pig in a poke."
Discussion: Needlenose
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Washington Post:
Fleischer Tells Jury That Libby Told Him About Plame
Discussion: DownWithTyranny!
Matt Apuzzo / Associated Press:
Fleischer: Plame came up over lunch
Discussion: Mia Culpa
Christy Hardin Smith / Firedoglake:
A Peek Inside The Media Circus
Discussion: Washington Post
Emptywheel / Firedoglake:   Libby Live: Cathie Martin, Four
Kevin Drum / Political Animal:
"PLAME" vs. "WILSON"....I'm not going to blog obsessively …
Discussion: Eschaton
Los Angeles Times:
Was 9/11 really that bad?  —  The attacks were a horrible act of mass murder, but history says we're overreacting.  —  IMAGINE THAT on 9/11, six hours after the assault on the twin towers and the Pentagon, terrorists had carried out a second wave of attacks on the United States, taking an additional 3,000 lives.
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Dr. Rusty Shackleford / The Jawa Report:
9/11? No. Big. Deal.
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Washington Post:
Iraqis Raid Insurgents Near Shiite Holy City
Ben Smith / The Politico:
What She Meant  —  Hillary's odd, non-verbal joke that's getting all the attention today was a revealing moment.  —  But it wasn't revealing because she was suggesting her husband is "evil and bad."  —  It was revealing because — asked about dealing with evil men like Osama bin Laden …
Discussion: TAPPED and Penguins on the Equator
Sam Coates / Times of London:
Extreme youth: the Muslims who would swap British law for Sharia  —  A growing number of young Muslims are embracing radical Islam, with more than a third wanting Sharia to replace British law, according to a poll for a Conservative think-tank.  —  David Cameron will respond today …
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Daily Mail:
Multiculturalism 'drives young Muslims to shun British values'
Discussion: protein wisdom
Huffington Post:
EXCLUSIVE: AIR AMERICA RESCUED  —  Air America Radio, in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings since October, will be rescued at the 11th hour by Manhattan real estate developer Stephen L. Green.  —  Al Franken, the best-known host of the liberal network, will announce his expected departure …
Ian Bishop / New York Post:
HILL'S 'EVIL' JOKE ON HUBBY BUBBA  —  DAVENPORT, Iowa - Hillary Rodham Clinton left caucus-goers here yesterday believing that Bubba had given her a baptism by fire in how to deal with "evil and bad men."  —  Clinton's quip, made during a morning rally with about 500 Iowans …
David S. Broder / Washington Post:
Clinton's Presidential Posturing  —  When Lt. Gen. David Petraeus went before the Senate Armed Services Committee last week in open session, its members understandably had many questions for the new commander of American forces in Iraq.  —  They knew of his reputation as a battlefield leader …
Michael Finnegan / Los Angeles Times:
Attack ads go online and underground  —  'Viral' Web video spreads fast and far, biting candidates hard — sometimes with their own words.  —  In a dim Culver City editing room, two video snippets of Republican presidential hopeful John McCain fill the monitors.  In the first, he says same-sex marriage should be allowed.
Michael J. Totten:
Busted  —  Lebanese bloggers Rampurple and Jeha, who both show up at times in my comments section, busted Hezbollah and Michel Aoun for peddling a blatantly doctored photograph on Hezbollah's An Manar TV channel.  —  Here is a screen shot of Aoun holding up the photo on TV.  —  Below is the photo.
Discussion: Jeha's Nail and Hot Air
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rampurple.com:   Hezbollah reveals picture of the Sadam member
John Fund / Opinion Journal:
Paper Chase  —  Did investigators turn a blind eye to the seriousness of the Sandy Berger scandal?  —  Washington scandals are curious things.  Sometimes special prosecutors are appointed and the media provide saturation coverage of their doings.  An example would be the Valerie Plame episode …
Robin Toner / New York Times:
Women Feeling Freer to Suggest 'Vote for Mom'  —  Some women were struck by the politics of maternity practiced by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in recent weeks, the imagery and stagecraft that highlighted their roles as mothers and/or grandmothers.
Discussion: TAPPED, Feministing, The Nation and Althouse
New York Magazine:
Bush on the Couch  —  Analyzing the president.  —  Photo-illustration by Michael Elins  —  The Man With No Shadow  —  By Robert Stone, author of Prime Green: Remembering the Sixties  —  I  —  think Bush has come to believe he's on a lonely, noble mission—doing the right thing …
Discussion: Liberal Values
Stephen J. Hadley / Washington Post:
Baghdad Is Key  —  The Baker-Hamilton report explained that failure in Iraq could have severe consequences for our national interests in a critical region and for our national security here at home.  In my many conversations with members of Congress and foreign policy experts, few have disagreed.
Associated Press:
Rev. Robert Drinan, Ex-Congressman, Dies at 86  —  The Rev. Robert F. Drinan, a Jesuit who served in Congress for 10 years until stepping down in response to a papal order, died Sunday.  He was 86 and lived here in housing for the Georgetown University Jesuit community.
Associated Press:
MIAMI PLANS CASTRO DEATH PARTY IN ORANGE BOWL  —  MIAMI — With Fidel Castro seriously ill, the city of Miami is making plans to throw a party at the Orange Bowl when the Cuban president dies.  —  The city commission earlier this month appointed a committee — whose official job is to …
Discussion: Hot Air
Noam Cohen / New York Times:
Google Halts 'Miserable Failure' Link to President Bush  —  It has been a bad month for anti-Bush snarkiness.  —  First, the anodyne impressionist Rich Little was selected to address the White House correspondents' dinner as a follow-up to the scathing routine last year by Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert.
Discussion: The Impolitic and Michelle Malkin
 
 
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This is what a racist looks like  —  Some of you might remember …
David Carr / New York Times:
Citigroup and CNBC Cozy Up
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Daniel Freedman / It Shines For All:
Professor: Carter said 'Too Many Jews' on Holocaust Council …
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Marc Sandalow / San Francisco Chronicle:
CONFLICT IN IRAQ  —  Pelosi's trip: She believes more strongly …
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Iran's Role in Iraq Will Be Exposed
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