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3:35 PM ET, March 22, 2012

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Murray Weiss / DNAinfo.com:
John Edwards is First Name Uncovered in ‘Millionaire Madam’ Investigation … MANHATTAN — A call girl working for alleged “Millionaire Madam” Anna Gristina told investigators she was paid to have sex with former U.S. Sen. John Edwards when he was in New York raising money for his failed presidential bid, DNAinfo has learned.
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Darius Dixon / Politico:
John Edwards denies prostitute claim  —  John Edwards on Thursday vehemently denied a report that he had been named as a client in New York City's so-called “Soccer Mom Madam” prostitution scheme.  —  A call girl working for alleged “Millionaire Madam” Anna Gristina told investigators …
Rasmussen Reports:
Louisiana GOP: Santorum 43%, Romney 31%, Gingrich 16%, Paul 5%  —  Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum is comfortably ahead in Louisiana with that state's Republican Primary just two days away.  —  A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely GOP Primary Voters in Louisiana finds Santorum …
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Brent Budowsky / Pundits Blog:
Mitt ‘Etch A Sketch’ Romney, Ron ‘Etch A Sketch’ Paul, and the supreme hypocrisy of the GOP right
Discussion: CNN
Michael D. Shear / New York Times:
For Romney's Trusted Adviser, ‘Etch A Sketch’ Comment Is a Rare Misstep
Nicole Belle / Crooks and Liars:
Supreme Court Voids Part of Family Leave Act  —  I'll be damned if the conservatives on the Supreme Court weren't getting jealous of all the congressional and state-level battles in the war on women and decide that they needed to take up arms themselves.  Is there no area that these conservatives …
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Josh Gerstein / Reuters:
Health law could hinge on wheat, pot and broccoli  —  The survival of President Barack Obama's signature health care law may come down to wheat, pot, guns — and a nagging question about broccoli.  —  Strange as it may seem, those diverse topics are apt to surface repeatedly during next week's arguments …
George Judson / Latest Stories on Marketplace.org:
The Obama interview: Health care law ‘the right thing to do’
Discussion: ThinkProgress and The Hill
Wall Street Journal:
The Supreme Court Weighs ObamaCare
Discussion: Betsy's Page
CNN:
TRENDING: Obama says Romney's ‘pretending’
Discussion: The Right Sphere, Hot Air and Fox News
Bill Maher / New York Times:
Please Stop Apologizing  —  THIS week, Robert De Niro made a joke about first ladies, and Newt Gingrich said it was “inexcusable and the president should apologize for him.”  Of course, if something is “inexcusable,” an apology doesn't make any difference, but then again, neither does Newt Gingrich.
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Karl Rove: Bin Laden killing was no biggie  —  Keep an eye on this one, too, because it will also be central to GOP efforts to rewrite the history of the Obama presidency.  —  In his big Wall Street Journal Op ed piece today atttacking Obama's campaign documentary and minimizing the magnitude …
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Karl Rove / Wall Street Journal:
'The Road We've Traveled' With Obama  —  Three dismal years are spun into 17 minutes of fact-challenged campaign film.  —  This month, Barack Obama's re-election campaign released a 17-minute film, “The Road We've Traveled,” that previews the Democratic general election narrative.
Investor's Business Daily:
Obama's Keystone XL Visit A Potemkin Village Photo-Op  —  Politics: The president stages a photo-op in Oklahoma to take credit for the portion of the Keystone XL pipeline that doesn't need his approval and for oil production on private and state lands beyond his jurisdiction.
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Bloomberg:
Obama's Speedy Keystone Review Won't Accelerate Cushing Pipeline
Alec MacGillis / The New Republic:
When Romney Liked High Gas Prices  —  As he campaigns for president, Mitt Romney is ratcheting up his attacks on Barack Obama over high gas prices, putting the issue at the center of his economic message.  He is calling for Obama to fire his Energy secretary, EPA administrator …
Judd Legum / ThinkProgress:
Opponents Of Florida's 2005 ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Predicted ‘Racially Motivated Killings’  —  SANFORD, FL — Nearly one month after shooting and killing Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman remains a free man.  The Sanford Police maintain that Zimmerman's conduct was legally justified under …
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New York Times:
French Slaying Suspect Dead After Police Raid Hideout  —  TOULOUSE, France —A 23-year-old Frenchman who claimed responsibility for the killings of four men and three children died on Thursday after jumping from a balcony as security forces stormed the apartment where had been holed up for more than 30 hours …
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Paul Chinn-Pool / ABCNEWS:
Obama on Solyndra: ‘This Was Not Our Program Per Se’  —  At the nation's largest solar energy plant Wednesday, President Obama doubled down on his commitment to government subsidies for clean energy technology and green jobs — and deflected blame for instances when those investments have failed.
Glenn Thrush / Politico:
Joe Biden in 2016?  Not so crazy  —  For the past couple of years, Vice President Joe Biden has quietly assembled an A-team of advisers who would, without doubt, be considered the nucleus of a presidential campaign — if only he wouldn't be 73 in 2016.  —  Biden's age would snuff the last embers …
Jake Sherman / Politico:
How Paul Ryan sold his budget plan  —  The Paul Ryan budget was a political disaster last year for Republicans.  This year the GOP had a much more methodical, careful rollout.  —  The party polled on Medicare in 50 battleground districts.  It vetted the plan with a dozen conservative groups.
Conor Friedersdorf / The Atlantic Online:
Why Politicians Can't Give Honest Answers About Military Service  —  I'd love to hear, just once in my life, a presidential candidate give a blunt and honest account of why he hasn't served.  —  In The New Republic, Alec MacGillis says one reason Mitt Romney has trouble connecting with Southern voters …
Discussion: American Prospect
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Mitt Romney In 2002: I Have A Different View Than Most Republicans  —  Republican Presidential Mitt Romney has come under fire recently for statements an advisor made saying the former Governor could “reset” his positions in the fall “almost like an Etch A Sketch.  It stung because of Romney's journey from right to left and back.
George F. Will / Washington Post:
The inexorable march of creative destruction  —  Retreat need not mean surrender.  Still . . .  —  In 1886, a shipment of $25 watches from a Chicago jeweler was rejected by the addressee in Redwood Falls, Minn. The jeweler offered to sell the undeliverable goods for $12 apiece …
Discussion: Left Coast Rebel and Betsy's Page
Lauren Tara LaCapra / Reuters:
Goldman conducts company-wide email review: sources  —  (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc has begun scanning internal emails for the term “muppet” and other evidence that employees referred to clients in derogatory ways, Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein told partners in a conference call this week …
Discussion: New York Magazine and DealBook
 
 
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John Eligon / New York Times:
State Senator Loses Support of Local G.O.P.
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Eric Lipton / New York Times:
Study Shows House Members Profit
Calculated Risk:
Weekly Initial Unemployment Claims decline to 348,000
CBS Los Angeles:
City Council Warns ‘Crack Ho’ Comments ‘Intolerable’, Calls For Diversity In Talk Radio
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Josiah Ryan / The Hill:
Reid: Tea Party-dominated House a ‘dark’ and ‘disorganized’ legislative hole
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Pete Kasperowicz / The Hill:
Senate Republicans propose interstate concealed-weapon bill
Discussion: ThinkProgress
Daniel Larison / The Week:
A year later, Libya is still a mess
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Setting the Record Straight: Responding to the Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic
Alicia Mundy / Washington Wire:
NRCC Cracks Down on Anti-Incumbent Super PAC
Discussion: Hot Air
Elizabeth Harrington / CNSNews:
Sandra Fluke Says She Didn't Know Target Sells Birth Control Pills for $9
Ros Krasny / Reuters:
New Hampshire gay marriage repeal fails
Michael J. Totten / Michael J. Totten's blog:
No to America and No to Radical Islam
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