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8:25 AM ET, November 1, 2006

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New York Times:
As Vote Nears, Stances on War Set Off Sparks  —  For at least a few hours on Tuesday, President Bush had a chance to relive his victorious campaign of 2004, taking a break from a bleak Republican campaign season as he attacked Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts over the war in Iraq.
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David Stout / New York Times:
Kerry and G.O.P. Spar Over Iraq Remarks  —  Senator John Kerry, left, spoke at a rally on Monday in support of California Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Phil Angelides.  President Bush, right, addressed supporters Tuesday afternoon while campaigning in Georgia for a Republican House candidate.
Karen Tumulty / Time:
John Kerry, Still One Step Behind  —  Once again, the former Presidential candidate deals with a gaffe by trying to compensate for his last mistake.  Karl Rove is cheering  —  You've got to wonder about John Kerry's eye-hand coordination.  His career is falling into a pattern.
Discussion: TIME and Ace of Spades HQ
Kos / Daily Kos:
The John Kerry nonsense  —  Man, there are times when this stuff is more ridiculous than anything a fiction writer or satirist could ever dream up.  —  So John Kerry mangles a sentence in a public appearance, and the right-wing smear machine and its traditional media enablers are apoplectic.
Jennifer Loven / Associated Press:
White House, Kerry Exchange Accusations  —  WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House and Sen. John Kerry traded their harshest accusations since the 2004 presidential race on Tuesday, with President Bush accusing the Democrat of troop-bashing and Kerry calling the president's men hacks who are "willing to lie."
ABCNEWS:
Did Kerry Hand Republicans a November gift?  —  Politicians Look to Capitalize on Democratic Senator's Iraq War Comments  —  For weeks, Republicans on the campaign trail have been looking for something — anything — to talk about other than the record of the Republican Congress …
Washington Post:
Allen Supporters Wrestle Heckler to Ground  —  A Democratic activist who verbally confronted U.S. Sen. George Allen (R) at a campaign rally in Charlottesville today was shoved, put into a chokehold and thrown against a window by three men wearing Allen stickers, according to a widely disseminated video of the incident.
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NY Daily News:
Tomorrow's News: Sweeney's Alleged Domestic Abuse  —  Joe Mahoney and I report tomorrow off a state police report of an incident in which Rep. John Sweeney's wife apparently called the police to report domestic violence.  —  The full story follows:  —  POWERFUL UPSTATE Rep. John Sweeney got …
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Brendan J. Lyons / Albany Times Union:
Congressman's wife called police
Discussion: The News Blog and Oliver Willis
John Cole / Balloon Juice:
This Is No Fun  —  I just thought I would go on record stating that the last few weeks and months have really sucked for me.  I spent my whole life in the GOP- starting in 1984 with county meetings, going to Teenage Republican camp (my friends called it Hitler Youth Camp …
Michael R. Gordon / New York Times:
U.S. Central Command Charts Sharp Movement of the Civil Conflict in Iraq Toward Chaos  —  A classified briefing prepared two weeks ago by the United States Central Command portrays Iraq as edging toward chaos, in a chart that the military is using as a barometer of civil conflict.
Ruth Marcus / Washington Post:
Pelosi's Unintelligent Choice  —  If Democrats win control of the House next week, Nancy Pelosi's first test as speaker will arrive long before the 110th Congress convenes.  Her choice to head the House intelligence committee — unlike other House committees, this one is left entirely …
Cynthia Banham / Sydney Morning Herald:
PNG tells Australia: we will stop your aid  —  PAPUA New Guinea is threatening to dramatically reduce the money it receives from Canberra, suspend all official visits by Australians or impose onerous travel restrictions, and recall its high commissioner.  —  Whether it does so …
Peter F. Schaefer / TCS Daily:
More MacArthur, Less Marshall  —  In an earlier commentary on TCS I argued that what we did in postwar Japan has important lessons for what we do in any postwar enterprise including Iraq and Afghanistan.  This generated a considerable number of comments from TCS readers, most of which were at least somewhat critical.
Discussion: EconLog
Bloomberg:
Wages, benefits on upswing  —  WASHINGTON — Wages and benefits paid to American workers rose last quarter by the most since 2004, as the unemployment rate matched a five-year low.  —  The Labor Department said Tuesday that its employment cost index rose 1 percent compared with the second quarter.
 
 
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David Espo / Associated Press:
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BBC:
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Tom Brown / Reuters:
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Tim B. / Tim Blair:
MOHALLOWEEN  —  Bill Maher thinks he's so politically incorrect.
Carl Hulse / New York Times:
Campaign 2006: The Continental Divide
Discussion: TalkLeft
Eugene Robinson / Washington Post:
Don't Worry. Just Back Off.
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Money trails lead to Bush judges
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Glenn Greenwald / Unclaimed Territory:
More on Mark Halperin's sad little crusade for right-wing blessings
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Two kicked out of Bush event win court order
Scott Sonner / Associated Press:
Scandal Rocks Nevada Governor's Race
New York Times:
Senator Kerry's Response
Denver Post:
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Donald Sensing / One Hand Clapping:
I try, I really try . . .  Since the 2004 election …