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4:30 PM ET, February 7, 2007

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John M. Broder / New York Times:
Edwards's Bloggers Cross the Line, Critic Says  —  Two bloggers hired by John Edwards to reach out to liberals in the online world have landed his presidential campaign in hot water for doing what bloggers do — expressing their opinions in provocative and often crude language.
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TerryMoran:
Does John Edwards Condone Hate Speech?  —  A bit of a tempest is brewing over the strident and profanity-laced writings of John Edwards' official campaign "blogmaster," Amanda Marcotte.  She joined the Edwards campaign last week, and she's already gotten a lot of attention.
Media Matters for America:
NY Times, AP reported Donohue's criticism of Edwards campaign bloggers — but ignored Donohue's own controversial comments and inconsistent outrage  —  The New York Times and Associated Press have both reported criticism by Catholic League president Bill Donohue of two bloggers hired …
Discussion: Eschaton and The Democratic Daily
Glenn Greenwald / Unclaimed Territory:
A look at John McCain's blogger-consultant  —  Apparently, there is a new standard that any blogger who has made controversial or profane remarks in the past is unsuitable to work for a political campaign.  That is the premise of these two articles — one from The New York Times and another …
Media Matters for America:
McCain and his blogger apparently agree: Chelsea Clinton is "ugly"  —  In 2004, a poster on the conservative website FreeRepublic.com using the pseudonym "Kerry Crusher" — identified on FreeRepublic.com as blogger Patrick Hynes — characterized Chelsea Clinton as "hideously ugly."
Discussion: The Right's Field
Nedra Pickler / Associated Press:
Catholics Slam Bloggers Hired by Edwards
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:
Edwards Campaign Reconsidering Blogger Hires
Discussion: The Caucus and NewsHog
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Patriarchy nearly done crushing Edwards blogger's dissent; Salon …
John Amato / Crooks and Liars:
Memo to the Edwards camp
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CNN:
Seven die after U.S. chopper goes down in Iraq
Discussion: The RBC
Ryan Grim / The Politico:
Lawmakers Revolt Against Long Hours  —  Even before Democratic leaders have made good on promises to harness lawmakers five days a week, cross-party opposition is growing, with senators ready to revolt and House members simmering over the new schedule.  —  The most popular move afoot …
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Lou Young / WCBS-TV:
Bill Banning iPods In Crosswalks Slated For Albany  —  State Sen. Kruger: Electronic Devices Put Many In Danger  —  (CBS) NEW YORK First it was cell phones in cars, then trans fats.  Now, a new plan is on the table to ban gadget use while crossing city streets.
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wnbc.com:
Ban Proposed On Walking While Talking, Listening To iPod  —  Ban Would Apply To MP3 players, Blackberrys  —  A state senator from Brooklyn said on Tuesday he plans to introduce legislation that would ban people from using an MP3 player, cell phone, Blackberry or any other electronic device …
Faiz / Think Progress:
Matthews drops the F-bomb.  —  Once again allowing his emotions to get the better of him, Hardball host Chris Matthews told Don Imus this morning that he's "so sick of Southern guys with ranches running this country.  I want a guy to run for President who doesn't have a f**king — I'm sorry, a ranch."
Discussion: Reason Magazine
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Rich Noyes / NewsBusters.org:
Out of Control: Chris Matthews Drops F-Bomb In MSNBC Rant Against Bush  —  florida_chad Says:  —  LMAO - he just keeps getting better and better.  I'm sure if the southern guy with a ranch running the country was a DEMOCRAT matthews wouldn't care.  He is a disgrace.  —  HumanEvents Says:
Robert J. Samuelson / Washington Post:
Global Warming and Hot Air  —  You could be excused for thinking that we'll soon do something serious about global warming.  Last Friday, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) — an international group of scientists — concluded that, to a 90 percent probability, human activity is warming the Earth.
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Abbas William Samii / Weekly Standard:
Iran Considers Gasoline Rationing  —  Sitting on a mountain of oil, the Iranians move toward gas rationing.  —  IRANIANS are among the world's biggest consumers of gasoline because the product is kept at an artificially low price through government subsidies.
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
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Richard Boudreaux / Los Angeles Times:
Israel sounds alarm on Iran's nuclear efforts
Discussion: CorrenteWire and TAPPED
Steve Jobs / Apple:
Thoughts on Music  —  With the stunning global success of Apple's iPod music player and iTunes online music store, some have called for Apple to "open" the digital rights management (DRM) system that Apple uses to protect its music against theft, so that music purchased from iTunes can be played …
This Is London:
WE DO USE BOOKS THAT CALL JEWS 'APES' ADMITS HEAD OF ISLAMIC SCHOOL  —  The principal of an Islamic school has admitted that it uses textbooks which describe Jews as "apes" and Christians as "pigs" and has refused to withdraw them.  —  Dr Sumaya Alyusuf confirmed that the offending books exist …
Discussion: The Corner and Redstate
Washington Times:
Pelosi's push for jet remains up in air  —  The Bush administration has agreed to provide House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with regular access to an Air Force passenger jet, but the two sides are negotiating whether she will get the big aircraft she wants and who she may take as passengers …
Swopa / Firedoglake:
Libby Live: Tim Russert, One  —  Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be live-bloggers.  Trying to keep up with the tapes of rapid-fire Fitz and soft-spoken Scooter was no fun.  But now we're back in the world of live witnesses, who hopefully will pause for breath more often ...
Discussion: JustOneMinute
New York Times:
Wal-Mart and a Union Unite, at Least on Health Policy  —  They have established one of the fiercest rivalries in the American economy, attacking one another's organizations through dueling blogs, newspaper advertisements and news conferences.  —  But this morning, in an extraordinary meeting in Washington …
 
 
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White House:
Press Briefing by Tony Snow
Discussion: TPMmuckraker and First Draft
Lee Harris / TCS Daily:
Does the President Need to Be Commander-in-Chief?
Foreign Policy:
Seven Questions: Can Congress Stop the Iraq War?
Payson / Think Progress:
Cheney's Son-In-Law Blamed for Delaying Investigations of Homeland …
New York Times:
It's the War, Senators
Jerome R. Corsi / WorldNetDaily:
Government admits lying about jailed border agents
Discussion: The Corner
Molly Moore / Washington Post:
U.S. Declines to Join Accord on Secret Detentions
Discussion: Opinio Juris
 Earlier Items: 
Jose Antonio Vargas / Washington Post:
On a Wintry Night, the Press And the Politicians Get Cozy
Discussion: NewsBusters.org
Ian Swanson / The Hill:
Labor pushes Dems to deny Bush extension of authority
Max Boot / Los Angeles Times:
Keys to a successful surge
Andrew Zajac / Chicago Tribune:
Giuliani speaking fees draw scrutiny
Baltimore Sun:
Black women face dilemma in Democratic primary
Wall Street Journal:
New Takes on the New Deal