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1:35 PM ET, July 29, 2008

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Erika Bolstad / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
Alaska's Sen. Ted Stevens indicted by federal grand jury  —  WASHINGTON — Sen. Ted Stevens, the longest-serving Republican in the U.S. Senate and one of the chamber's most powerful members, was indicted Tuesday in Washington, a result of a year-long investigation into corruption in Alaska politics.
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MSNBC:
Justice Department indicts Sen. Ted Stevens  —  The long-serving Alaska senator is up for re-election this year  —  Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, walks through the U.S. Capitol after a vote on Tuesday, July 31, 2007, on Capitol Hill in Washington.  —  Sen. Stevens indicted
Fox News:
Justice Department to Announce Charges Against Sen. Stevens  —  WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has indicted Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, on seven counts of making false statements to federal officers investigating an Alaska businessman.  —  The Justice Department has announced a 1:20 p.m. ET press conference.
Discussion: Betsy's Page and Hot Air
CBS News:
Sen. Ted Stevens Indicted  —  Alaska Republican Faces Seven Count Indictment For False Statements In Federal Corruption Probe  —  (CBS) Government sources tell CBS News Republican Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens has been indicted on seven charges related to a corruption probe.
Richard Cohen / Washington Post:
Obama the Unknown  —  “Just tell me one thing Barack Obama has done that you admire,” I asked a prominent Democrat.  He paused and then said that he admired Obama's speech to the Democratic convention in 2004.  I agreed.  It was a hell of a speech, but it was just a speech.
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Matthew Yglesias:
The Unknown Obama  —  One pundit who I guess we can be sure won't be falling out of love with John McCain is Richard Cohen who today writes that he can name more admirable stuff McCain has done over the course of his live than he can about Barack Obama.  This turns out to be especially true …
Marc Ambinder:
Sebelius, Kaine, Bayh, Biden  —  The following three Democrats are being vetted by Eric Holder and Caroline Kennedy and there is independent evidence that Obama is taking a serious look at them:  —  Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, Gov. Tim Kaine, Sen. Evan Bayh.  —  Additionally, allies …
Wall Street Journal:
The Price of RomneyCare  —  Gearing up for 2009, liberals are eager to claim Massachusetts as a Valhalla of health reform.  Their enthusiasm is apparently evidence-proof.  —  Even Mitt Romney, who should know better, took to these pages recently to proclaim, “Health-care reform is working in Massachusetts.”
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Kathryn Jean Lopez / The Corner:
Deja Vu  —  This makes me primary mad all over again:
Discussion: Sadly, No! and Hot Air
Washington Wire:
Romney's Massachusetts Health Plan Could Hurt VP Chances
Discussion: The New Republic
David Rogers / The Politico:
Pelosi: 'I'm trying to save the planet'  —  Just call her Nancy the Navigator.  —  “I have always loved longitude,” Nancy Pelosi says before breaking into laughter.  “I love latitude; it's in the stars.  But longitude, it's about time. ...  Time and clocks and all the rest of that have always been a fascination for me.”
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Reid plan splits Dems  —  Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has split the Democratic front opposed to drilling with a plan that would open new areas for exploration.  —  Reid's proposal was meant to insulate Senate Democratic candidates from public anger over gas prices.
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Patrick O'Connor / The Politico:
GOP ready to link Obama to Reid, Pelosi
Paul Kane / Washington Post:
Sen. Reid Thwarted On Bundle Of Bills
Discussion: The Hill and Capitol Briefing
Michael J. Boskin / Wall Street Journal:
Obamanomics Is a Recipe for Recession  —  What if I told you that a prominent global political figure in recent months has proposed: abrogating key features of his government's contracts with energy companies; unilaterally renegotiating his country's international economic treaties …
Andrew Malcolm / Top of the Ticket:
Bradley says ‘no’ to Obama VP job.  What about Clinton?  Not her.  Him!  —  Just in case you're keeping score, yet another Democratic politician has said he would decline to be the vice presidential running mate of Sen. Barack Obama.  —  This one was a surprise, too, because, to be honest …
Discussion: Hot Air
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Taegan Goddard's Political Wire:
Obama-Clinton Ticket Not Likely
Discussion: Wonkette and TIME.com
Gallup:
Assessing the Impact of Obama's Trip  —  Americans, especially Republicans, critical of media's coverage of candidates  —  PRINCETON, NJ — Could John McCain benefit from Barack Obama's much-publicized foreign trip?  Several observations from the just-completed USA Today/Gallup poll suggest that this is a possibility.
Jeff Zeleny / New York Times:
A Canceled Obama Visit, and the Story Behind It  —  WASHINGTON — For four days, Senator John McCain has sought to keep alive a story about how Senator Barack Obama called off a visit to American troops recuperating from war wounds at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany.
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The Politico:
The campaign is all about Obama  —  If you made a movie about the general election campaign so far, John McCain would be a supporting actor.  —  Despite vulnerabilities that have kept the race closer in polls than most analysts expected - and McCain even jumped to a four-point lead among likely voters …
Max Blumenthal / The Huffington Post:
Toby Keith's Pro-Lynching Publicity Tour Hits Colbert, CBS, And More!  —  Despite his background as a comedian, Stephen Colbert is known by many of the authors who have appeared on his show as one of the toughest interviewers in the business.  But on July 28, when country music superstar Toby Keith stepped …
Discussion: ajhs.org and Think Progress
Marc Ambinder:
Discussion: An Elite Backlash Against McCain's Tone? … A question from “Scott” in New York is just the start of it.  USA Today calls a new McCain ad “a marker on the path toward the kind of simplistic, counterproductive demonizing that many expect will poison the fall campaign.”
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Let's give “Blue Dogs” the boot  —  Pushing conservative Democrats out of Congress could help the party stand up to the GOP.  —  In American politics, exceedingly few positions generate overwhelming agreement across the ideological spectrum.  Even propositions that ought to be uncontroversial …
Mark J. Penn / The Politico:
‘Active grannies’ the new soccer moms  —  Despite all the talk about this election being driven by the youth vote, America as a nation has never been older and the power of the senior vote has never been greater.  —  In the relentless quest to find the soccer moms of this election …
Discussion: TPM Election Central
 
 
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Natalie Gewargis / Political Punch:
From the Fact Check Desk: Did Obama Say During the Debate …
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Alex / Army of Dude:
Enemies With Benefits  —  Don't tell the pathetic non-serving members …
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THINK TANK ROUND-UP: FAILURE TO STIMULATE EDITION.
Matthew Yglesias:
Low Standards  —  I see Eric Alterman paid closer attention …
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Dean Baker / American Prospect:
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Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
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Discussion: MSNBC
Wall Street Journal:
Perle Linked to Kurdish Oil Plan
Mike Allen / The Politico:
Bush approves soldier's execution
Discussion: NewsBusters.org
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