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1:15 AM ET, December 10, 2007

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MSNBC:
'Meet the Press' transcript for Dec. 9, 2007  —  Mayor Rudy Giuliani, R-N.Y.  —  MR. TIM RUSSERT: Our issues this Sunday: Our Meet the Candidates 2008 series continues, an exclusive interview with Republican Rudy Giuliani.  He has served as associate attorney general in Washington …
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New York Times:
Republican Candidates Firm on Immigration  —  In front of what will probably be their most pro-immigration audience, Republican candidates toned down their rhetoric but told Spanish-language television viewers in a debate on Sunday that they would take strong measures to close off the country's borders to illegal immigration.
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Hugh Hewitt / TownHall Blog:
The Transcript of the GOP's Univsion Debate  —  MODERATOR: Good evening and welcome to the presidential forum.  —  (inaudible) in Spanish at the University of Miami.  —  Tonight is the Republicans' night.  For the first time, seven of  —  the Republican candidates are going to participate tonight in a
Discussion: Riehl World View
Michael / Discourse.net:
Senators and Representatives Could Have Spoken Out On Waterboarding: the Constitution Protects Their Right to Speak Out Without Fear of Legal Consequences  —  A number of the best internet commentators are discussing today's news that a few of the leading Congressional Democrats may have been …
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Democratic complicity in Bush's torture regimen
Lambert / Corrente:
We are Democrats. They are enablers.
The Politico:
Obama-Oprah show plays early states  —  COLUMBIA.  S.C. and MANCHESTER, N.H. - In a giant Sunday afternoon rally suffused with Christian - and at times messianic - rhetoric, Barack Obama made his largest-scale pitch to black and white Democrats of South Carolina, the third and most devout presidential primary state.
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Michelle Obama / Newsweek:
Star Power  —  Barack Obama couldn't have hoped for a better endorser than Oprah.  Problem was, she outshone the candidate.  —  Forty years ago, when Andrea Perry was a cheerleader at St. Bonaventure, administrators at the upstate New York school barred her from traveling to Columbia, S.C., with the basketball team.
Jeff Zeleny / The Caucus:
Oprah in Des Moines
Discussion: The Huffington Post and TalkLeft
Byron York / The Corner:
There Are Flops, And Then There Is "Redacted"  —  Brian De Palma's "Redacted," the Iraqi war movie that won the best director prize at the Venice Film Festival but has been dismissed as loathsome and awful in other circles, has been in theaters - okay, 15 theaters - nationwide for three weeks now.
Marissamuller / CNN Political Ticker:
Giuliani: Nathan did not want police protection  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that police, not the former New York City mayor himself, had decided his then-girlfriend Judith Nathan needed publicly-funded security during their extra-marital affair.
Discussion: Say Anything
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Nicole Belle / Crooks and Liars:
Meet The Press: Mistresses Should Get Secret Service Protection Too!
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Robert Maranto / Washington Post:
As a Republican, I'm on the Fringe  —  Are university faculties biased toward the left?  And is this diminishing universities' role in American public life?  Conservatives have been saying so since William F. Buckley Jr. wrote "God and Man at Yale" — in 1951.
Michelle Malkin:
Sunday horror: Church shootings in Colorado; gunman killed by armed female church security staffer  —  By now, you've read about the two tragic church shootings incidents in Colorado earlier today.  What you may not have heard about is how the gunman at the second church was reportedly stopped:
Erik Eckholm / New York Times:
Many Seeking Disability From Social Security Face Big Delays  —  RALEIGH, N.C. — Steadily lengthening delays in the resolution of Social Security disability claims have left hundreds of thousands of people in a kind of purgatory, now waiting as long as three years for a decision.
Discussion: Amygdala and Outside The Beltway
Julia / Firedoglake:
ABC's "Man in the Middle" isn't.  —  After a whirlwind highly-qualified-contrition* tour of the media, the man who credits himself with convincing Karl Rove to move all the way to the right because the center no longer exists has landed at ABC News.  Predictably, he's going to be providing us with his bipartisan view from the center.
Michael Powell / New York Times:
A Crime Buster, With His Eye on the Future  —  He was, to the popular eye, Eliot Ness reincarnated, an unsparing prosecutor for a crime-shadowed age.  And when the United States attorney in Manhattan resigned in January 1989, he earned a tabloid salute:  —  "Good News for Bad Guys," The Daily News proclaimed.
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Canadian Judge Finds U.S. Lacking as a Haven for Refugees  —  Late last month, a federal judge in Canada ruled that the United States had violated international conventions on torture and the rights of refugees.  —  The decision has caused quite a stir in Canada.
Roni Sofer / Ynetnews:
Shas minister: Americans' attitude to report reminiscent of Auschwitz  —  Yitzhak Cohen says during cabinet meeting 'US intelligence report was ordered by someone who wants dialogue with Tehran.  Minister Eli Yishai: 'We must not play dumb in the face of the report's findings'
 
 
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