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5:10 PM ET, January 24, 2010

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delawareonline:
(3 of 3)  —  He didn't mention it, but Biden himself was a virtual unknown quantity when he won his first term against the popular J. Caleb Boggs in 1972 in perhaps as much of an upset.  —  It certainly seems as if the president's coattails are very short these days, since not only did Coakley lose …
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Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
Biden office disputes report on Beau  —  Vice-President Joe Biden's office is disputing the characterization of a newspaper interview in which Biden appears to indicate that his son, Beau, won't run this year for a Delaware Senate seat.  —  In a piece printed in Sunday's Wilmington News-Journal …
Discussion: USA Today and Ben Smith's Blog
David Michael Green / Common Dreams:
How to Squander the Presidency in One Year  —  Hey, Conan Obama: How About Now?  Can You Hear Us Now?  —  There's only one political party in the entire world that is so inept, cowardly and bungling that it could manage to simultaneously lick the boots of Wall Street bankers and then get blamed …
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P.J. Gladnick / NewsBusters.org:
Leftwing Professor Writes Hilarious Essay About ‘Conan Obama’  —  It is no suprise that conservatives have been highly critical of Barack Obama.  However, a new development has set in recently: leftwing disgust with The One especially since it now appears that ObamaCare is DOA.
Discussion: Moe Lane, POWIP and American Power
Washington Post:
2009 Democratic agenda severely weakened by Republicans' united opposition  —  The breathless pace that President Obama set after taking office last January jolted lawmakers from the soporific haze of the final George W. Bush years, revving up dormant committees and lighting up phone lines with a frenzy of dealmaking.
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Associated Press:
White House Still Weighing Whether to Push Health Care Through Congress
Discussion: Flopping Aces and The Jawa Report
Molly K. Hooper / The Hill:
White House has ‘checked in with leadership,’ confident of Bernanke vote
Discussion: The Politico
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Howie / The Jawa Report:   Bin-Laden Claims Flight 253 Attack Warns US of More Attacks
Paul Schemm / Associated Press:
Bin Laden claims airline bomb attempt on Christmas
Faiz Shakir / Think Progress:
Ed Schultz Tells Robert Gibbs He's ‘Full Of Sh*t’ And 'You're Losing Your Base'  —  Last night, MSNBC's Ed Schultz spoke at Minnesota progressive talk radio AM950's Blue State Bash at the Minneapolis Convention Center.  During his remarks, Schultz revealed that he recently had a testy confrontation …
Mark Silva / The Swamp:
Obama's economic stimulus loses favor  —  It has been nearly one year since President Barack Obama signed into law a $787-billion economic stimulus act controversial in Washington but generally supported outside.  —  The White House maintains that 1.5 million jobs have been created or saved …
Discussion: D.C. Now
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CNN:
CNN poll: 56 percent oppose stimulus program
Discussion: The Page
James Desborough / News of the World:
Golden couple Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie sign contract to split £205m fortune  —  TROUBLE AHEAD: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie  —  HOLLYWOOD golden pair Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have seen DIVORCE lawyers and signed a £205 million split deal, we can reveal.
Discussion: Mediaite, American Power and PopEater
Washington Post:
Political push-back stalls stock market rally on Wall Street  —  NEW YORK — Washington spent months nursing the financial system back to health after the 2008 economic crisis, stabilizing then reviving battered markets and ultimately restoring trillions of dollars in investor losses.
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New York Post:
End of O's cowardly lyin'  —  We the people of the United States owe Scott Brown's sup porters a huge debt of gratitude.  They didn't merely elect a senator.  They ripped the façade off the Obama presidency.  —  Just as Dorothy and Toto exposed the ordinary man behind the curtain in …
Thesevenveils / CBS News:
McCain: Campaign Finance Reform Is Dead  —  Sen. Who Co-Wrote Finance Laws Not Surprised by Court Ruling Given “Skeptical, Sarcastic Comments” by Justices  —  (CBS) Senator John McCain, who helped rewrite the nation's campaign finance laws, said Sunday that this week's Supreme Court ruling removing limits …
Discussion: The Page
Michael A. Clemens / Washington Post:
To help Haiti's earthquake victims, change U.S. immigration laws  —  Troops.  Food.  Medicine.  Money.  Solidarity.  —  So far, the American response to the tragedy in Haiti has been exactly what you'd expect, and in the immediate aftermath of the earthquake that ravaged the nation on Jan. 12 …
 
 
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Jill Dorson / Real Clear Politics:
Why I Regret Voting For President Obama
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Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
A Filibuster in '94?  —  I got a lot of good answers and commentary …
Discussion: Matthew Yglesias
HillBuzz:
Sunday Open Thread: January 24th, 2010
Discussion: American Power
Richard Kerbaj / Times of London:
UK students recruited for Somali jihad
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Joanna Molloy / NY Daily News:
Source says Andrew Cuomo will announce plans to run for New York Governor in March
Patrick / Now! Hampshire:
Shea-Porter: Send the men home and Congress could pass health care reform
Discussion: Moe Lane
Washington Post:
Dulles flight to Las Vegas diverted because of unruly passenger
Discussion: Riehl World View
Larisa Alexandrovna / At-Largely:
70-year gag on Kelly death evidence (Dr. David Kelly)
Discussion: This Is London and Emptywheel