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1:40 AM ET, June 18, 2008

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Tim Conneally / BetaNews:
AP sets up a toll booth for bloggers citing its stories  —  The AP's disharmony with bloggers may have only just begun, as the alternative it's now offering to being served with takedown notices involves paying an up-front sum for excerpting online articles — as few as five words.
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Michelle Malkin:
Hey, Associated Press: You owe me at least $132,125!  —  The Internet firestorm over the Associated Press's heavy-handed attempt to bully bloggers over fair use article excerpts has been absolutely schadenfreude-licious.  Now, it's time to turn the tables.  If your blog or blog commenters …
Kos / Daily Kos:
More on the AP idiots … Hey AP — that's 120 words.  Have your lawyers call my lawyers.  —  Media experts are swarming over the AP's takedown notice against two bloggers, claiming that no one is allowed to excerpt from AP stories anymore.  Remember the AP's idiotic assertion:
Patterico's Pontifications:
Irony Alert: AP Attacks Blogs for Quoting Their Stories, Then Quotes Even More Extensively from Blogs  —  So the AP has been threatening bloggers who quote their stories: … Even after an AP spokesman acknowledged that the organization's tactics were “heavy-handed,” they still didn't really back off:
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
AP wants $2.50 a word to excerpt its stories now?  —  And you thought their PR on this subject couldn't get any worse.  Must be nice to have an exemption from the same federal fair use statute every other content provider in America is governed by. … Here's the link to a tollbooth for a random AP news alert piece.
Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:
$12.50 For Five Words? “Bite Me” Indeed, AP
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
Julia Hoppock / Political Punch:
Obama Pushes Back on McCain Camp Terrorism Attacks  —  Responding to charges by the campaign of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz, that comments he made to ABC News indicate he has a “naive” pre-9/11 view of terrorism, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, told reporters Tuesday that Republicans are not trying …
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Domenico Montanaro / MSNBC:
WOULD BIN LADEN GET HABEAS RIGHTS?  —  From NBC/NJ's Adam Aigner-Treworgy  —  SAN ANTONIO, Texas — According to the McCain campaign's top foreign policy advisor, Obama equals Clinton — at least when it comes to fighting terrorism.  —  On a conference call with reporters that took place this morning …
James Gerber / Political Radar:
Kerry: McCain Bin Laden Argument ‘Phony’
Discussion: Weekly Standard Blog
Associated Press:   Obama: Bin Laden still free because of GOP tactics
NY Daily News:
Hil and Obama, together again: First joint appearance to rally her donors  —  Hil and Obama, together again  —  Hillary Clinton will join Barack Obama for a joint appearance in Washington next week to persuade her donors to begin giving to the Democrats' nominee, the Daily News has learned.
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Jake Tapper / ABCNEWS:
‘Danger Signs’ as Clinton Supporters Resist Obama  —  Democratic Candidate Leads but Still Struggles to Win Over Key Groups  —  Sen. Barack Obama has emerged from his bruising battle for the Democratic presidential nomination with only a six point lead over Sen. John McCain and claiming …
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Targeting Steny Hoyer for his contempt for the rule of law  —  (updated below - Update II - Update III)  —  It is now definitively clear that House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is the driving force behind a bill — written by GOP Sen. Kit Bond — to vest the President with vast …
Warren P. Strobel / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
Documents confirm U.S. hid detainees from Red Cross  —  WASHINGTON — The U.S. military hid the locations of suspected terrorist detainees and concealed harsh treatment to avoid the scrutiny of the International Committee of the Red Cross, according to documents that a Senate committee released Tuesday.
Discussion: The Huffington Post
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Nate Silver / The New Republic:
Today's Polls: Yes, Obama's Still Bouncing  —  An odd day of polling, but one attention-grabbing result dominates the rest.  That is from Ohio, where Public Policy Polling has Barack Obama ahead by 11 points.  While Public Policy Polling developed a reputation as being somewhat Obama-friendly …
Discussion: Daily Kos
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Matt Stoller / Open Left:
Dear Chuck Todd and NBC: Iraq Matters  —  Chuck Todd calls Moveon's latest ad, featuring a mother asking McCain not to kill her child with irresponsible warmongering in Iraq, ‘shameless’.  —  I didn't notice any outcry from NBC when Progress for America aired this ad …
Discussion: MyDD and The Talent Show
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John Amato / Crooks and Liars:
Chuck Todd disses Move On's new ad: ‘I think it was a borderline shameless ad’
Discussion: AMERICAblog News and Hullabaloo
Jesse McKinley / New York Times:
Hundreds of Same-Sex Couples Wed in California  —  SAN FRANCISCO — With a quiet pride and a sense of history, hundreds of gay and lesbian couples across California wed on Tuesday, giving a human face to a landmark court decision and a powerful opening salvo in what is expected …
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Jessica Peres / KGO-TV:
Some counties refuse same-sex marriages
New York Times:
After Attacks, Michelle Obama Looks for a New Introduction  —  Michelle Obama's eyes flicker tentatively even as she offers a trained smile.  As her campaign plane arcs over the Flathead Range in Montana, she is asked to consider her complicated public image.
SteveK / TVNewser:
How F&F Became WPITW  —  Keith Olbermann gave Fox & Friends the gold on the Worst Persons list last night.  —  That's the short story.  The long story has actually very little to do with either the Countdown anchor or the FNC morning show.  It goes back to Friday night …
Discussion: FishBowlDC and Ed Driscoll.com
Los Angeles Times:
‘Curveball’ speaks, and a reputation as disinformation agent remains intact  —  The Iraqi refugee and German intelligence source code-named Curveball, left, meets with reporter John Goetz somewhere in Germany.  His tall tales of Saddam Hussein's mobile germ weapons labs helped the White House justify the invasion of Iraq.
Discussion: The Reaction
 
 
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Matthew Yglesias:
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Matthew Yglesias:
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Discussion: Attackerman
Lynn Sweet:
Fashion giants Calvin Klein, Anna Wintour host Obama fund-raiser …
Discussion: TownHall Blog
NY Daily News:
Rush & Molloy: Feud for thought
Discussion: Slate and The Huffington Post
Robert J. Ambrogi / Legal Blog Watch:
Law School Plans to Prosecute Bush
Faiz / Think Progress:
Rep. Darrell Issa politicizes Russert's death.
 Earlier Items: 
Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
So much for Obama's Hispanic problem?
Discussion: Slog
Little Green Footballs:
Barack Obama Has Offended Billions of Muslims
Richard Cohen / Washington Post:
Guilty of Experience  —  In 1981, Prince Charles had a problem.
Discussion: Extreme Mortman
Edward Cody / Washington Post:
In China, Fascination With Obama's Skin Color
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Christian Science Monitor:
THE DEATH OF U.S. STRATEGY IN IRAQ
CNN:
Fifth severed foot found on Canadian coast
Discussion: Media Blog