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2:00 PM ET, September 24, 2006


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David / Crooks and Liars:
Fox Clinton Interview - Part 1 - Osama bin Laden  —  This is the first 20 minutes of Bill Clinton's interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.  In this clip, Wallace asks Clinton why he didn't do more to capture or kill Osama bin Laden while he was in office.
Judd / Think Progress:
VIDEO: Clinton Sets The Record Straight On Terrorism, Smacks Down Fox News  —  Here's the key portion of the Fox News Sunday interview with President Clinton.  He sets the record straight on his efforts to combat terrorism, the Bush administration's record and the tactics of Fox News.  Watch it:
Discussion: MyDD and Mia Culpa
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Video: Clinton vs. Wallace on "Fox News Sunday"  —  I tried to cut all the best parts but you're well advised to read the transcript.  Righties are going to have a field day fact-checking him.  Points to take away:  —  1. He showed leadership by not pulling out of Somalia while the bodies were still warm.
Michelle Malkin:
He doth protest too much  —  Wallace to Clinton: "You seem upset."  —  Check out Hot Air highlights of the Wallace-Clinton fireworks on Fox News Sunday.  Wallace was terrific.  Unflappable.  Unrelenting.  Unapologetic.  Clinton was a basket case.  —  Newsbusters has the transcript.
Karen Matthews / Associated Press:   Bill Clinton Defends Bin Laden Handling
Christy Hardin Smith / Firedoglake:
Sunday Talking Head Thread
Discussion: News Hounds
Karen DeYoung / Washington Post:
Spy Agencies Say Iraq War Hurting U.S. Terror Fight  —  The war in Iraq has become a primary recruitment vehicle for violent Islamic extremists, motivating a new generation of potential terrorists around the world whose numbers may be increasing faster than the United States and its allies …
David Morgan / Reuters:
No evidence bin Laden is dead: Saudi Arabia  —  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia said on Sunday it had no evidence that Osama bin Laden had died, shedding further doubt on a secret document leaked in France that said Saudi secret services believed he had died last month.
Elaine Ganley / Associated Press:
Officials doubt bin Laden death report
Times of London:
Police to brief Muslims before terror raids  —  POLICE have agreed to consult a panel of Muslim leaders before mounting counter-terrorist raids or arrests.  Members of the panel will offer their assessment of whether information police have on a suspect is too flimsy and will also consider …
David S. Broder / Washington Post:
The Tide's In for Independents  —  The independence being demonstrated all over the political spectrum these days — by Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman and Republican Sen. Lincoln Chafee, both in tough reelection battles, and by Republican Sens. John McCain and John Warner — has its roots in American history.
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
I was all ready to have some fun with David Broder when he had …
Why We Don't Have Enough Troops in Iraq  —  As the Pentagon weighs whether to put more boots on the ground, TIME examines the reasons behind the U.S.'s chronic manpower shortage  —  The scenes almost seem lifted from a different war: On a scorching afternoon in Ur, a neighborhood in northeast Baghdad …
Discussion: The Next Hurrah and LamontBlog
Associated Press:   Iraqi soldiers hinder U.S. efforts to combat militias, tame Baghdad streets
Dozens die in Baghdad blast
Little Green Footballs:
Arizona 9/11 Memorial Outrage  —  Hot Air has the latest news on that Arizona 9/11 memorial that's been infested with leftist ideology: Outrage over Arizona 9/11 memorial ready to go nuclear?  Kudos to Espresso Pundit for breaking the story in the first place.
Elizabeth Holtzman / Chicago Sun Times:
Bush seeks immunity for violating War Crimes Act  —  Thirty-two years ago, President Gerald Ford created a political firestorm by pardoning former President Richard Nixon of all crimes he may have committed in Watergate — and lost his election as a result.  Now, President Bush …
Tom Brune / Newsday:
Republican deal on interrogation assailed
Discussion: TalkLeft
New York Times:
Turning Back the Clock on Rape
Discussion: Andrew Sullivan and Norwegianity
Jules Crittenden / Boston Herald:
Does AP stand for Al-Qaeda Propaganda?  —  The Associated Press, the reliable just-the-facts news agency you and I once knew, no longer exists.  Amoral propagandists have taken over.  —  It is not only in the disturbing matter of Bilal Hussein, AP photograher and al-Qaeda associate …
Tom Curley / Washington Post:
In Iraq, a Journalist in Limbo
Discussion: The Horse's Mouth
Jennifer Senior / New York Times:
Taking Aim  —  Since the president's re-election, loathers of George W. Bush have had no shortage of cudgels with which to club him: a distressingly belated response to Hurricane Katrina; an experiment in warrantless wiretapping; a modest parade of indictments; a nation-building project …
Digby / Hullabaloo:   Aesthetic Insanity  —  So I see that the NY Times has teamed …
Case concedes U.S. Senate race  —  Ed Case has telephoned U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka and conceded the U.S. Senate Democratic primary, then told supporters he will do everything he can to help Akaka and Hawai'i's Democratic Congressional delegation.  —  At about 11:50 p.m. …
Discussion: The Fix
Secrets of 'South Park'  —  Cartoon Co-Creators on Tom Cruise, Mohammed and the Time They Came Close to Packing It in  —  Comedy Central's vulgar, profane, hilarious animated hit "South Park" begins its 10th season on Oct. 4 in an uncertain place.  —  In the past year, the show and its creators …
Press Association:
One in 10 Muslims 'ignore terror'  —  Almost one in 10 British Muslims would not inform police if they suspected that someone of the same faith was involved in a terror attack, a poll suggested.  —  The ICM poll for the News of the World found 9% of the 502 questioned would not tell police …
Discussion: Jihad Watch
Niall Ferguson / Telegraph:
A coup, a riot, a UN rant-fest, and the world just stifles a yawn  —  I was wondering why the antics of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly seemed so familiar last week.  Then I realised.  It was just like a university faculty meeting.  Extravagant, long-winded denunciations …
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Massoud Ansari / Telegraph:
Omar role in truce reinforces fears that Pakistan 'caved in' to Taliban
Perry Bacon Jr / Time:
The Netroots Hit Their Limits
Discussion: Althouse and The Strata-Sphere
Matthew Continetti / Weekly Standard:
George Allen Monkeys Around
John Simpson / BBC:
Iraq engulfed by tide of violence
Hindrocket / Power Line:
HEARING IS BELIEVING  —  We linked the other day to a news report …
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Colbert I. King / Washington Post:
The War of the Hacks  —  It's amazing what a few days away …
Associated Press:
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Pachacutec / Firedoglake:
Late Nite FDL: We Keep Going
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