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12:35 AM ET, February 12, 2007


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Joshua Partlow / Washington Post:
Iran Sending Explosives to Extremist Groups in Iraq, Officials Say  —  Iranian security forces, taking orders from the "highest levels" of the Iranian government, are funneling sophisticated explosives to extremist groups in Iraq, and the weapons have grown increasingly deadly for U.S.-led troops …
James Glanz / New York Times:
U.S. Presents Evidence of Iranian Weapons in Iraq  —  After weeks of internal debate, senior United States military officials today literally put on the table their first public evidence for the contentious assertion that Iran is supplying Shiite extremist groups in Iraq with deadly weaponry …
Tina Susman / Los Angeles Times:   U.S. officials offer evidence of Iran's hand in Iraqi unrest
Steven R. Hurst / Associated Press:
U.S. military: Iran arming Iraq militias
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Ibon Villelabeitia / Reuters:
U.S.-led forces show evidence of Iranian arms in Iraq
Discussion: Daily Pundit and The Impolitic
Sydney Morning Herald:
Obama blasts Howard on Iraq  —  US presidential hopeful Barack Obama has blasted as "empty rhetoric" Australian Prime Minister John Howard's attack on Obama's plan to bring US troops home from Iraq.  —  The 45-year-old senator waded into a major foreign policy row just one day after formally announcing …
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
Even Our Friends Should Butt Out Of Our Politics  —  Am I the only conservative with misgivings regarding John Howard's proclamation about Barack Obama?  Howard, the Prime Minister of Australia and a great friend to the United States, wants to wage an aggressive war against al-Qaeda and radical Islamist terrorists.
Joe Gandelman / The Moderate Voice:   Note To Australia's Prime Minister: We Don't CARE Who You Want
Faiz / Think Progress:
WSJ's Paul Gigot: 'We Didn't Go To War Because Of Al Qaeda Links'
Discussion: driftglass
Andrew Sullivan / Times of London:
An experiment that hints we are wrong on climate change  —  Nigel Calder, former editor of New Scientist, says the orthodoxy must be challenged  —  When politicians and journalists declare that the science of global warming is settled, they show a regrettable ignorance about how science works.
Karen DeYoung / Washington Post:
U.S. Keeps Pressure on Iran But Decreases Saber Rattling  —  Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates insisted again Friday that, despite persistent reports to the contrary circulating in Washington and around the world, the United States is not planning military action against Iran.
Matthew Yglesias:
Worst Speech Ever
Discussion: Unfogged
Michael Finnegan / Los Angeles Times:
Giuliani praises Bush's Iraq policy, foresight  —  He disparages a Senate nonbinding rebuke on a visit to California to build a GOP campaign base for the presidency.  —  SACRAMENTO — Republican presidential hopeful Rudolph W. Giuliani praised President Bush's war leadership on Saturday …
Patrick Healy / New York Times:
Searching for Mr. Right  —  HAVING lost Congress and faith …
Richard B. Schmitt / Los Angeles Times:
Libby's dilemma: testify or not?  —  His memory defense would seem to require him to take the stand, but some say the risk is too great.  —  WASHINGTON — Starting Monday, lawyers for I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby will begin their defense of the indicted former White House aide with a parade of witnesses …
Discussion: TalkLeft and The Huffington Post
New York Times:   At Libby's Defense Table, a Tough but Deft Lawyer
Linton Weeks / Washington Post:
Where'd We Leave That Darn Fact?
Discussion: Roger Ailes
David Blair / Telegraph:
Pentagon blames Iran for 170 US deaths  —  America today blamed Iran for the deaths of 170 US troops inside Iraq, accusing Teheran of supplying insurgents with increasingly sophisticated bombs.  —  Senior defence officials in Baghdad said that Iranian-supplied "explosively formed projectiles" …
Dean Goodman / Reuters:
Dixie Chicks could bring political edge to Grammys  —  LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Grammys could take a rare step into the political arena on Sunday if the Dixie Chicks win the coveted album-of-the-year award, as observers of the music industry's biggest honors are predicting.
Discussion: Wizbang and
Chad Graham / Arizona Republic:
New wage boost puts squeeze on teenage workers across Arizona  —  Employers are cutting back hours, laying off young staffers  —  Oh, for the days when Arizona's high school students could roll pizza dough, sweep up sticky floors in theaters or scoop ice cream without worrying about ballot initiatives affecting their earning power.
Discussion: Stubborn Facts
Thom Shanker / New York Times:
Gates Counters Putin's Words on U.S. Power  —  Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates, disputing a lengthy critique of American power by President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, said Sunday at a European security conference here, "One cold war was quite enough."  —  Government leaders …
Jose Orozco / Telegraph:
Middle classes escape from Chavez socialism  —  Middle-class Venezuelans are queuing to leave the country amid fears that its president, Hugo Chavez, is laying the ground for a dictatorship.  —  Opponents of his "20th century socialism" are so desperate to escape that they have resorted …
Nico / Think Progress:
Kristol: Obama Is 'The Opposite Of Lincoln,' Would Have Been Pro-Slavery  —  Yesterday, Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) announced his candidacy for president in Springfield, IL, where Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous "House Divided" address.  In his speech, Obama reiterated his call to redeploy U.S. forces out of Iraq by March 2008.
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Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
McCain Backing Away From Campaign Finance Reform?
Sam Coates / Times of London:
Fake bloggers soon to be 'named and shamed'
Discussion: BlondeSense
San Francisco Chronicle:
Pelosi flies disputed military jet home
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Jonathan Darman / Newsweek:
Is it an accident that Genuine John Edwards has chosen this moment to emerge?
Discussion: The Impolitic
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