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5:05 AM ET, April 25, 2006

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Newsweek:
Secrets of the CIA  —  A former colleague says the fired Mary McCarthy 'categorically denies' being the source of the leak on agency renditions.  —  April 24, 2006 - A former CIA officer who was sacked last week after allegedly confessing to leaking secrets has denied she was the source …
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David Ensor / CNN:
CIA agent fired for 'pattern of behavior'
Discussion: Riehl World View and NO QUARTER
Glenn Greenwald / Unclaimed Territory:
Administration accusations are not the same as guilt
Jack Khoury / Haaretz:
Police: Many casualties in Egyptian resort blasts  —  Three explosions rocked the Sinai resort city of Dahab on Monday night leaving at least 100 dead and wounded, according to the doctor who runs Egypt's rescue squad in the peninsula.  —  Dr. Said Essa said he was headed to the scene of the blasts …
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BBC:
Triple blasts rock Egypt resort
Discussion: PrairiePundit
Gateway Pundit:
Blasts Rock Egyptian Resort Town During Holiday
CNN:
Bush's approval ratings slide to new low  —  Poll: Only one-third say he's handling his job well  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — President Bush's approval ratings have sunk to a personal low, with only a third of Americans saying they approve of the way he is handling his job, a national poll released Monday said.
Bill Brubaker / Washington Post:
Bush Admits Mistakes in Iraq, Defends Tactics  —  President Bush today said mistakes were made in planning for the Iraq invasion, but he defended the troop level he ordered in the initial strike, saying he would have committed the same number if given a second chance.
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Editor and Publisher:
Bush Says He Tried to Avoid War 'To The Max,' Explains How God Shapes His Foreign Policy  —  NEW YORK President Bush today said he had tried to avoid war with Iraq "diplomatically to the max."  —  Speaking to a business group in Irvine, Ca., he admitted mistakes were made in planning for the Iraq invasion …
John Hawkins / Right Wing News:
The Sad Case Of Andrea Clarke  —  Yesterday, as I was perusing the Democratic Underground, I ran across a very troubling story.  I'm reposting it here, so that you can read it just as I did last night (The phone numbers presently are x'd out, although you can read them in the original post)...
Suzanne Malveaux / CNN:
Sources: Tony Snow likely to take White House post  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — Sources close to the White House said Monday that Fox anchor Tony Snow is likely to accept the job as White House press secretary, succeeding Scott McClellan.  —  The sources said they expect him to announce his decision within the next few days.
Nedra Pickler / Associated Press:
Bush Orders Probe Into Gas Price Cheating  —  ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) — President Bush is trying to calm Americans' outrage over soaring gas prices by ordering an investigation into whether the price of gasoline has been illegally manipulated, his spokesman said Monday.
White House:
President Discusses Comprehensive Immigration Reform  —  Fact Sheet: Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Securing Our Border  —  THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all.  Please be seated.  (Applause.)  Thanks for letting me come by.  Tom, thanks for the invitation.
New York Times:
Iran Is Described as Defiant on 2nd Nuclear Program  —  WASHINGTON, April 24 — Iran has told the International Atomic Energy Agency that it will refuse to answer questions about a second, secret uranium-enrichment program, according to European and American diplomats.
Discussion: PrairiePundit
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Tim F. / Balloon Juice:
Our Leadership In A Nutshell  —  If you missed 60 Minutes this weekend rest assured that they remain the same nest of anti-American terrorist-lovers, or whatever we call people with the temerity to criticize the president.  An extended interview with Tyler Drumheller, a 26-year veteran …
Times of London:
What the neo-Nazi fanatic did next: switched to Islam  —  Two faces, two converts - two Muslim extremists in Britain  —  A NEO-NAZI whose ideas were said to be the inspiration for the man who let off a nail bomb in Central London in 1999 has converted to an extremist form of Islam.
Discussion: Jihad Watch
Juan / Informed Comment:
Fund Smears Cole with Barrage of Lies  —  John Fund of the Wall Street Journal editorial page has published a large number of falsehoods about me.  —  The most egregious is this: … This a lie.  I never said that.  Try googling it.  (All that comes up is the circular allegation I said it, never sourced.
Eugene Volokh / The Volokh Conspiracy:
PRO-TALIBAN SPEECH CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED, CRITICISMS OF HOMOSEXUALITY UNPROTECTED: Here's an excerpt from Judge Reinhardt's short dissent in Lavine v. Blaine School Dist.  (Jan. 2002); Judge Reinhardt was taking the view that a school improperly disciplined a student for writing a poem with a violent theme:
 
 
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Taylor Marsh / Firedoglake:
The Fight for Internet Freedom
Wall Street Journal:
Softball on the Mall Was Bipartisan Fun Till Politics Intruded
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Declan McCullagh / CNET News.com:
Congress readies broad new digital copyright bill
Discussion: Prometheus 6, Why Now? and ACSBlog
Jackson Diehl / Washington Post:
Retreat From the Freedom Agenda
Kevin Drum / The Washington Monthly:
NET NEUTRALITY....I've been trying to understand this whole …
Discussion: Crooked Timber
Lyle Denniston / SCOTUSblog:
No new grants, but Court interested in patent case
Cam Simpson / Chicago Tribune:
Iraq war contractors ordered to end abuses
Discussion: AMERICAblog and CorrenteWire
 Earlier Items: 
John Amato / Crooks and Liars:
Another General wants Rummy to go
Steven R. Weisman / New York Times:
Baker, Bush Family Fixer, Will Advise President on Iraq
Jay Cost / Real Clear Politics:
2006: What About the Senate?  —  The recent election talk …
Brad / THE BRAD BLOG:
My Dinner with Feingold  —  (Okay, it was lunch, but the title …
Aljazeera:
Transcript: Bin Laden accuses West
Michael J. Totten:
An Experiment in Journalism  —  I went to the Middle East …