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8:50 AM ET, March 25, 2006

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Robert B. Bluey / Human Events:
Blogger Ben Domenech Strikes Back; Calls Post Editors 'Fools'  —  In his first public comments since resigning earlier today as a blogger for washingtonpost.com, Ben Domenech says his editors there were "fools" for not expecting an onslaught of attacks from the left.
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National Review:
Holiday Music Guide 2000  —  The holiday season is upon us, and NRO is here to help you decide what to give (and ask for) this year.  We asked some of our editors and contributors to come up with their favorite CDs released in the last year or so.  The result is the list of recommendations you see before you.
Julie Bosman / New York Times:
Washington Post Blogger Quits After Plagiarism Accusations  —  A 24-year-old blogger for The Washington Post, Ben Domenech, resigned yesterday after being confronted with evidence that he had plagiarized articles in other publications.  —  His resignation came after writing six blog items …
Discussion: Daily Kos, AMERICAblog and Eschaton
The Corner on National Review Online:
DOMENECH, CONTINUED [The Editors]  —  As we mentioned in our earlier editor's note, staff here at National Review Online are going through all of the pieces Ben Domenech has written for us (the most recent of which appears to have been published in 2002) in light of questions raised in the wake …
Augustine / RedState:
Contrition  —  I want to apologize to National Review Online, my friends and colleagues here at RedState, and to any others that have been affected over the past few days.  I also want to apologize to my previous editors and writers whose work I used inappropriately and without attribution.
Discussion: The Agonist and Roger Ailes
Krempasky / RedState:
On behalf of RedState  —  A young man took something and called it his own.  He owes apologies to those writers, his editors, and especially his friends who have rushed to his defense in the past 48 hours.  It is an embarrassing offense — and one rightly criticized.
Augustine / RedState:
Red America Ends  —  Red America, my new blog at washingtonpost.com, has been under attack since its launch.  It is a conservative blog on a mainstream media site, so many of the attacks were expected.  If one bothers to read it, I believe it stands as a welcome addition to the opinion debate.
Garance Franke-Ruta / TAPPED:
HAVING IT BOTH WAYS.  Given the fact that RedState.org has been one of the strongest proponents of treating bloggers as press for the purposes of campaign finance regulation, I found it ironic, to say the least, that RedState co-founder Ben Domenech told The Washington Post today …
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
'Red America' Blogger Resigns
Ben Domenech / New York Press:
Capitol Shooter  —  •I walked out of the bright Friday sun …
Discussion: Right Wing Nut House
Jeff Goldstein / protein wisdom:
Ben Domenech takes responsibility
Discussion: Gateway Pundit
Washington Post:
Russians Helped Iraq, Study Says  —  Papers Show Hussein Was Tipped Off About U.S. Strategy During Invasion  —  Russian officials collected intelligence on U.S. troop movements and attack plans from inside the American military command leading the 2003 invasion of Iraq and passed that information …
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Mike Eckel / Associated Press:
Russian Spies Operated in Iraq Through '03  —  MOSCOW - Russia had a military intelligence unit operating in Iraq up through the 2003 U.S. invasion and fall of Baghdad, a Russian analyst said Friday as the Pentagon reported Moscow fed Saddam Hussein's government with intelligence on the American military.
Discussion: Flopping Aces
Thom Shanker / New York Times:   U.S. Inquiry Finds Russians Passed Spy Data to Iraq in '03
Will Dunham / Reuters:
Pentagon report says Russia gave Iraq intelligence
Discussion: Right Wing News and A Blog For All
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:   Russia, Unmasked  —  Thanks to the release of the captured …
Sanjoy Majumder / BBC:
Mood hardens against Afghan convert  —  Increasing international pressure over the case of Christian convert Abdul Rahman is forcing the Afghan government to play a careful balancing act between its Western allies and religious conservatives at home.  —  Under the interpretation …
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BREITBART.COM:
Afghan Christian 'likely to be released soon': official  —  An Afghan Christian facing possible execution for converting from Islam was likely to be released from jail "soon," a senior government official said following huge Western pressure over the case.  —  "He is likely to be released soon …
Katherine Shrader / Associated Press:
DOJ: NSA Could've Monitored Doctor's Calls  —  WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Security Agency could have legally monitored ordinarily confidential communications between doctors and patients or attorneys and their clients, the Justice Department said Friday of its controversial warrantless surveillance program.
Discussion: rawstory.com and Prairie Weather
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Oliver Poole / Telegraph:
Released hostages 'refuse to help their rescuers'  —  The three peace activists freed by an SAS-led coalition force after being held hostage in Iraq for four months refused to co-operate fully with an intelligence unit sent to debrief them, a security source claimed yesterday.
Michael Powell / Washington Post:
Near Paul Revere Country, Anti-Bush Cries Get Louder  —  HOLYOKE, Mass. — To drive through the mill towns and curling country roads here is to journey into New England's impeachment belt.  Three of this state's 10 House members have called for the investigation and possible impeachment of President Bush.
Anthony Browne / Times of London:
Chirac flees summit in a fury over use of English  —  Read Charles Bremner's Paris weblog on Chirac's walk-out  —  PRESIDENT CHIRAC stormed out of the first session of a European Union summit dominated by a row over French nationalism because a fellow Frenchman insisted on speaking English.
MSNBC:
FEMA breaks promise on Katrina contracts  —  Agency will extend, not rebid, deals with politically connected firms  —  WASHINGTON - FEMA has broken its promise to reopen four multimillion-dollar no-bid contracts for Hurricane Katrina work, including three that federal auditors say wasted significant amounts of money.
 
 
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Curt A. Levey / New York Sun:
Bollinger on the Spot  —  Columbia University and its president …
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