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5:45 PM ET, July 19, 2006

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Dennis Ross / USA Today:
U.S. should help construct an 'Arab umbrella'  —  As someone who helped to negotiate an end to the Israeli-Hezbollah battles in 1993 and '96, when Katyusha rockets forced the public in northern Israel into bomb shelters and the Israeli military destroyed Lebanese infrastructure and forced Lebanese …
Charles Krauthammer / Washington Post:
Lebanon: The Only Exit Strategy  —  There is crisis and there is opportunity.  Amid the general wringing of hands over the seemingly endless and escalating Israel-Hezbollah fighting, everyone asks: Where will it end?  —  The answer, blindingly clear, begins with understanding …
Haaretz:
Two children killed in Katyusha rocket strike on Nazareth  —  A Hezbollah rocket attack on the northern town of Nazareth killed two Israeli children on Wednesday afternoon, bringing to 16 the death toll from rocket strikes since the crisis in Lebanon began a week ago.
Michelle Malkin / Jewish World Review:
Hezbollah is already here  —  You think Hezbollah is only Israel's headache?  Wake up.  Iranian Hezbollah's spokesman Mojtaba Bigdeli's threat on Tuesday to dispatch 2,000 operatives "to every corner of the world to jeopardize Israel and America's interests" is more than just idle Islamic heavy-breathing.
Discussion: Outside The Beltway
Yaakov Katz / Associated Press:
Two soldiers killed as ground troops clash with Hizbullah  —  Two soldiers from an elite unit were killed, it was released for publication Wednesday afternoon, and five were wounded as IDF ground forces engaged in a heavy exchange of fire with Hizbullah guerrillas on the Lebanese side of the northern border near Moshav Avivim.
Anthony Shadid / Washington Post:
Evacuations Underway in Beirut  —  Israel Continues Deadly Airstrikes; Hezbollah Fires Scores of Rockets  —  BEIRUT, July 18 — By helicopter and ship, hundreds of Americans and Europeans fled on Tuesday from Beirut, ending its first week of siege, as casualties mounted in deadly Israeli raids …
Jim VandeHei / Washington Post:
Congress Is Giving Israel Vote of Confidence
Discussion: The Agonist and Preemptive Karma
Austin Bay / StrategyPage:
Halting Rocket Fire From Hijacked States
Discussion: Winds of Change.NET
Associated Press:
Rockets hit Tiberias, Haifa, Karmiel
Discussion: The Head Heeb and Seraphic Secret
Bill Brubaker / Washington Post:
In First Veto, Bush Blocks Stem Cell Bill  —  President Bush today used the first veto of his presidency to stop legislation that would have lifted restrictions on federally funded human embryonic stem cell research.  —  "This bill would support the taking of innocent human life in the hope …
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Reed's Rise And Fall Writ Small  —  As state party chair, Ralph Reed led GA Republicans to historic victories in '02.  They elected a governor for the first time since Reconstruction, knocked off an incumbent U.S. Senator, gained a majority in the state Senate and made gains in the state House.
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Kirk Semple / New York Times:
Iraqi Death Toll Rises Above 100 Per Day, U.N. Says  —  Residents gathered at the site of Tuesday's suicide bombing.  The importance of Kufa to Shiites underlined the intensely sectarian nature of the attack.  —  BAGHDAD, Iraq, July 18 — An average of more than 100 civilians per day were killed …
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John Hawkins / Right Wing News:
An Exclusive Mini-Interview With Mimi Miyagi  —  Yesterday, I got together with Mimi Miyagi, a former porn star running for Governor of Nevada as a Republican.  Her campaign is quite a ways back in the polls at the moment, but I thought she'd still be a fun interview — and she was!
Discussion: Don Surber and Solomonia
Media Matters for America:
O'Reilly smeared Media Matters, Democracy Alliance as "left-wing Mafia" that "intimidates good people" … Over the course of two segments during the July 18 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly falsely attacked the Democracy Alliance, an organization of donors formed …
Mary Clare Jalonick / Associated Press:
Thune Says He'd Distance Himself From Bush  —  Freshman Sen. John Thune, the Republican hero two years ago for ousting the Senate Democratic leader, said Wednesday that if he were running this year, he'd distance himself from President Bush and his agenda.  —  In 2004, the White House …
Discussion: PoliPundit.com
Michael Abramowitz / Washington Post:
Conservative Anger Grows Over Bush's Foreign Policy  —  At a moment when his conservative coalition is already under strain over domestic policy, President Bush is facing a new and swiftly building backlash on the right over his handling of foreign affairs.  —  Conservative intellectuals …
Niall Stanage / New York Observer:
U.N. Drama Unfolds, Times Runs Wire Copy  —  The story had everything: secret agents, political intrigue, personal betrayal and cash.  Lots and lots of cash.  —  Yet, for all that, a remarkable trial that ended last week in a Manhattan courtroom—a proceeding that implicated figures …
Discussion: FP Passport
 
 
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