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5:50 PM ET, November 24, 2012

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NY Daily News:
Eric, Donald Jr. and Ivanka Trump advised The Donald to cool it on Obama, insider says  —  Rihanna and Chris Brown back on track in Berlin; Jenny McCarthy's livin' large on Twitter  —  Donald Trump's kids advised the billionaire to back off on Obama-bashing, say insiders.
Paul Caron / TaxProf Blog:
Jurors Agree: University of Iowa Law School Discriminated Against Faculty Applicant Due to Her Conservative Views  —  Following up on my previous posts (links below) about Teresa Wagner's federal lawsuit: Des Monies Register, Jurors Say They Saw Hiring Bias at University of Iowa; But University …
Kathleen Geier / Washington Monthly:
Grover Norquist: the end of an error?  —  Senator Saxby Chambliss of Georgia is making headlines today, for his recent comments about the no-tax-increase pledge he once made to powerful wingnut activist Grover Norquist.  Chambliss said he's not worried that Norquist will sic a primary challenger on him if he votes to raise taxes:
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Enid Nemy / New York Times:
Larry Hagman, Who Played J.R. Ewing in ‘Dallas,’ Dies at 81  —  Larry Hagman, whose portrayal of one of television's most beloved villains, J. R. Ewing, led the CBS series “Dallas” to enormous worldwide popularity, died on Friday in Dallas.  He was 81.  —  The cause was complications of cancer, his family said in a statement.
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Alan Peppard / Dallas Morning News:   Actor Larry Hagman, notorious as ‘Dallas’ villain J.R. Ewing, dies
CEPR:
That Shortage of Skilled Manufacturing Workers is Really a Shortage of Employers Willing to Pay the Market Wage  —  News stories have been filled with reports of managers of manufacturing companies insisting that they have jobs open that they can't fill because there are no qualified workers.
New York Post:
Thieves strike storm-damaged Breezy Point homes over Thanksgiving holiday  —  The grinches struck early this year.  —  Residents of storm-battered Breezy Point returned from the Thanksgiving holiday to discover that thieves had looted their damaged homes — even taking one family's change jars, The Post has learned.
Discussion: ABCNEWS
Rahm Emanuel / Washington Post:
It's time to rebuild America  —  Rahm Emanuel, a Democrat, is mayor of Chicago and represented Illinois' 5th District in the U.S. House from 2003 to 2009.  He was White House chief of staff from January 2009 to October 2010.  —  Too much post-election analysis has focused on voter demographics …
Discussion: Booman Tribune and The Agonist
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
In Manhattan, Largely Blue, One Bright Spot and a Tie for Romney  —  Its black glass exterior soars high above Fifth Avenue, and its gold-tipped revolving doors have spun the likes of Bruce Willis and Anne Hathaway into its waterfall-splashed atrium.  —  But on Election Day …
Discussion: Politico and New York Magazine
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Reid faces task of mending fences with GOP after campaign attacks  —  Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) infuriated Republicans during the campaign with his harsh partisan attacks and now faces the delicate task of mending his relationship with the GOP.
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Kevin Bogardus / The Hill:
With second term assured, Obama aides eye jobs as lobbyists  —  With President Obama's reelection a done deal, headhunters are expecting worn-out administration aides to look for new jobs in the influence industry.  —  Several Obama aides started making post-election plans well before November …
Sam Marsden / Telegraph:
Foster parents ‘stigmatised and slandered’ for being members of Ukip  —  A couple had their three foster children taken away by a council on the grounds that their membership of the UK Independence Party meant that they supported “racist” policies.  —  The husband and wife …
Associated Press:
Israel eases Gaza border restrictions after Hamas truce deal  —  GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - Gaza residents said Saturday that Israel has eased some border restrictions as part of its truce with the Palestinian territory's Hamas rulers, allowing farmers to visit land near its security fence and letting fishermen head further out to sea.
Discussion: The Week and Atlas Shrugs
 
 
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Rosalind S. Helderman / Washington Post:
Patty Murray likely to be a key voice in Senate on budget deal
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Jessica Wohl / Reuters:
Nine arrests in Walmart protest, business still brisk
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