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Justin Sink / The Hill:
Axelrod: GOP seizing on ‘doing fine’ remark to avoid jobs debate  —  Senior Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod on Sunday punched back at Republicans who have seized on the president's remarks that “the private sector is doing fine,” arguing that the GOP was trying to distract from the president's jobs plan.
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John McCain / CNN:
Obama responsible for leaks, Holder has no credibility  —  (CNN) - Sen. John McCain continued his blitz against the Obama administration Sunday, saying the president was responsible for the recent national security leaks-whether he knew about them or not.  —  “It's obvious on its face …
Lee Smith / Weekly Standard:   Leaker-in-Chief  —  The Justice Department has launched …
Steve Almond / New York Times:
Liberals Are Ruining America.  I Know Because I Am One.  —  In the spring of 2006, I quit my job as an adjunct professor at Boston College to protest the school's selection of Condoleezza Rice as commencement speaker.  My resignation letter, published online by The Boston Globe, went viral.
David Taintor / 2012.talkingpointsmemo.com:
TPM2012  —  Paul Krugman: If You Don't Know Someone Suffering Financially, You Must Be A Romney  —  PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman on Saturday morning called the current state of the U.S. economy “incredibly awful.”
Maureen Dowd / New York Times:
Poppy Chic  —  I FLEW down to Houston last year to have lunch with George Herbert Walker Bush.  —  “Did you come because you think I'm going to die?” he asked me with a wry smile.  —  Not at all, I replied, adding that I wanted to join him on his planned sky-diving excursion when he turned 90.
Mohamed Ibrahim / Reuters:
Al Qaeda Offshoot Offers Camels for Obama's Head, Hens for Hillary Clinton's  —  The al Qaeda affiliate in Somalia has mocked the new $33 million bounty on its top leaders heads by offering its own bounty for President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - 10 camels for Obama and 20 chickens for Clinton.
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
Eugenics, Past and Future  —  THE current issue of the Yale Alumni Magazine includes a portrait of Irving Fisher, a Yale economics professor in the 1920s and '30s and a giant of his field.  The author, Richard Conniff, takes note of Fisher's prodigious professional accomplishments …
Meghashyam Mali / Ballot Box:
Obama's campaign asks supporters to grade its performance  —  President Obama's campaign is calling on supporters to grade its performance amid a difficult early June for his reelection bid against presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney.  —  “This campaign is ramping up, and the decisions …
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Justin Sink / Ballot Box:
Obama video hits Romney over teacher, firefighter funding
CNN:
Biden drenched by children with super-soakers  —  Washington (CNN) - Vice President Joe Biden's cordial annual media picnic turned into an all-out war between the vice president and children of journalists in attendance.  —  The vice president distributed high-powered water guns …
Discussion: Washington Monthly and Mediaite
Elise Foley / The Huffington Post:
Mitch Daniels: Public-Sector Unions Shouldn't Exist … REACT:  —  FOLLOW:  —  Mitch Daniels, Scott Walker, Video, Mitch Daniels 2012, Mitt Daniels Unions, Public Sector Jobs, Collective Bargaining, Government Workers, Indiana, Mitch Daniels Mitt Romney, Mitch Daniels Scott Walker …
Discussion: ThinkProgress
Michelle Malkin:
Bloggers under fire: Arizona conservative lawyer/activist targeted by left-wing Arizona State Bar  —  I've turned the lights back on here at MichelleMalkin.com after “going dark” to help raise awareness about attacks on blogger free speech.  Every phone call, e-mail, tweet …
Christina D. Romer / New York Times:
Economic View: It's the Fed's Time to Step Up - Economic View  —  THE next meeting of Federal Reserve policy makers, on June 19 and 20, will probably be contentious.  The latest employment report, showing anemic job growth for a third consecutive month and an uptick in unemployment …
Wall Street Journal:
Spain to Request EU Aid for Banks  —  By JONATHAN HOUSE in Madrid and MATINA STEVIS and GABRIELE STEINHAUSER in Brussels  —  Spain said Saturday it would ask Europe for financial aid for its ailing banks, a step that would make it the fourth and largest euro-zone economy to require rescue funds from its euro-zone partners.
Discussion: AMERICAN FUTURE and msnbc.com
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New York Times:
Spain to Accept Rescue From Europe for Its Ailing Banks
Discussion: Telegraph and Marginal Revolution
 
 
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