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5:05 AM ET, February 10, 2007


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Allahpundit / Hot Air:
WaPo quasi-retracts page-one story about Feith Iraq/AQ intel  —  Spruiell e-mails with the subject header, "Good Lord."  Indeed.  —  They're calling it a "correction," but is it really a correction if you're quoting from an entirely different document than the one you thought you were?
Robert Burns / Associated Press:
Report Says Pentagon Manipulated Intel  —  WASHINGTON — Pentagon officials undercut the intelligence community in the run-up to the U.S. invasion of Iraq by insisting in briefings to the White House that there was a clear relationship between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaida, the Defense Department's inspector general said Friday.
Washington Post:
Senators Debate Significance of Pentagon Report On Intelligence
Discussion: Booman Tribune
Hindrocket / Power Line:
Discussion: Michelle Malkin
Pundit Review Radio / BLACKFIVE:
Discussion: Associated Press
Greg Mitchell / Editor and Publisher:
Young Woman Meets Tragic End — No, It's Not Anna Nicole  —  NEW YORK A young woman met a sudden and tragic end, it was reported on Thursday, leaving her family and people who knew her in great distress.  —  No, it's not Anna Nicole Smith.  Her name is Jennifer Parcell, and she died in Iraq.
Discussion: Middle Earth Journal and Attytood
Washington Post:
Troops Shared Firm Belief in Iraq Service
Dan Collins / protein wisdom:
Balloon Juice  —  Wuzzadem John sends me this email:
Discussion: Balloon Juice
The Raw Story:
Rove on immigration: 'I don't want my son to have to pick tomatoes'  —  The Corner at the National Review Online reports that at a Republican luncheon yesterday White House adviser Karl Rove was overheard explaining the Bush amnesty immigration plan by saying, "I don't want my 17-year-old son …
Political Radar:
White House Red-Faced Over Rove Immigration Remark  —  ABC News' Karen Travers Reports: White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove explained the Bush Administration's guest worker program and immigration policy at a luncheon Thursday by saying, "I don't want my 17-year-old son to have to pick tomatoes or make beds in Las Vegas."
Chitra Ragavan / US News:
Cheney Tangles With Agency on Secrecy  —  An important legal ruling is pending over Vice President Cheney's refusal to disclose statistics on document classification and declassification activity.  The Information Security Oversight Office, which is responsible for the policy and oversight …
Carpetbagger / The Carpetbagger Report:   Cheney's independent operation — Part II
David Burge / iowahawk:
MY FAIR BLOGGER  —  Book by Iowahawk  —  Music by Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner  —  Based on "Fascist Pigmalian" by the Reality-Based Community Dinner Theater  —  I tell you why there are two Americas, my dear Dr. Dean.  Man is a product of his environment.  —  HOWARD DEAN  —  Balderdash!
Adam Martin / Examiner:
Author attacked in S.F. hotel  —  SAN FRANCISCO - In a bizarre attack, a well-known author and Holocaust scholar was dragged out of a San Francisco hotel elevator by an apparent Holocaust denier who reportedly had been trailing him for weeks.  —  Police escorted Elie Wiesel …
Michael R. Gordon / New York Times:
Deadliest Bomb in Iraq Is Made by Iran, U.S. Says  —  The most lethal weapon directed against American troops in Iraq is an explosive-packed cylinder that United States intelligence asserts is being supplied by Iran.  —  The assertion of an Iranian role in supplying the device …
Discussion: Bill's Bites
Ralph Blumenthal / New York Times:
U.S. Gives Tour of Family Detention Center That Critics Liken to a Prison  —  Responding to complaints about conditions at the nation's main family detention center for illegal immigrants, officials threw open the gates on Friday for a first news media tour.
Discussion: Daily Kos and TalkLeft
Agence France Presse:
Soviet monument to make way for Reagan: report  —  Opponents of Poland's former communist regime reportedly want to pay a posthumous homage to US President Ronald Reagan by erecting his statue in the place of a Soviet-era monument.  —  In an open letter to the mayor of the southwestern city of Katowice …
Discussion: Redstate
David Goldstein / The Huffington Post:
Unlawful Order?  Iraqi Man's Murder Shines Light on Watada Defense  —  Of course the big news from the military court martial front this week was the surprise mistrial in the case of Lt. Ehren Watada.  But the less publicized case of Marine Cpl. Trent Thomas, accused in the kidnapping …
Matea Gold / Los Angeles Times:
Wake-up call to a.m. news: moms tuning out  —  Morning broadcast shows, once a staple for women, are seeing audiences shrink as news sources multiply.  —  NEW YORK — When her children were young, Jenny Lauck used to flip on "Today" or "Good Morning America" as she brewed her morning coffee and tended to her babies.
Zogby Road to New Hampshire Poll: Hillary Surges on Campaign Announcement, But Edwards, Obama Lurk in Key States Zogby telephone surveys find tight races in Iowa, New Hampshire, but everyone's support is soft as Jell-o  —  New York Sen. Hillary Clinton received a bounce in her presidential …
Discussion: TAPPED, MyDD and Taegan Goddard's …
Little Green Footballs:
Qana Media Swarm Revealed  —  Here's a photograph taken during the ghoulish dead baby display after Israel's bombing of the town of Qana, at the height of the Hizballah media blitz, but from a different angle than the dozens and dozens of similar photos that were splashed all over the front pages of the newspapers of the world.
Discussion: Hot Air and Bill's Bites
Kevin Sullivan / Washington Post:
Billionaire Offers $25M Prize to Fight 'Warming'  —  British billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson, with former vice president Al Gore at his side, on Friday offered a $25 million prize for anyone who can come up with a way to blunt global climate change by removing at least a billion tons …
Ray Rivera / New York Times:
Giuliani Shifts Abortion Speech Gently to Right  —  As he prepares for a possible run for president — a road that goes deep into the heart of conservative America — Rudolph W. Giuliani takes with him a belief in abortion rights that many think could derail his bid to capture the Republican nomination.
Discussion: The Heretik
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