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5:25 PM ET, March 2, 2007


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Robert Burns / Associated Press:
Army Secretary Resigns in Scandal's Wake  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — Army Secretary Francis J. Harvey abruptly stepped down Friday as the Bush administration struggled to cope with the fallout from a scandal over substandard conditions for wounded Iraq soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Discussion: DownWithTyranny!
William Branigin / Washington Post:
Bush Orders Review of Service Members' Care  —  Army Secretary Francis J. Harvey resigned today amid a burgeoning scandal over the treatment of wounded outpatient soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and President Bush ordered a "comprehensive review" of care for the nation's war wounded …
Discussion: On Deadline and FP Passport
Faiz / Think Progress:
Lieberman On Appointment Of Kiley: 'It's A Good First Step'  —  This morning on his radio show, Don Imus questioned Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) about his reaction to the conditions at Walter Reed, saying, "If you're somebody who thought the war was such a wonderful idea, as you did, and continues to support this idiotic exercise...
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
CPAC: Giuliani Speaks  —  Rudy Giuliani is speaking now at the CPAC conference, and he is drawing huge crowds — not only in the Regency Ballroom where he is appearing, but also around every monitor in the exhibition hall.  He's keeping the CPAC attendees riveted, and the place is otherwise …
I Have Seen The Future: It Is Giuliani
Discussion: Fausta's blog
The Right's Second Look At McCain  —  With his non-announcement announcement of candidacy on Letterman Wednesday night, John McCain's getting some fresh media attention today, most notably Peggy Noonan's typically frothy take in the (subscription-only) Wall Street Journal.
Susan Milligan / Boston Globe:
At conservatives' conference, little love is expressed for GOP  —  WASHINGTON — Leading conservatives yesterday attacked the Republican party as big-government, free-spending coddlers of illegal immigrants and said the country's conservatives should withhold support from the GOP's current slate …
Bill Dedman / MSNBC:
Reading Hillary Rodham's hidden thesis  —  Clinton White House asked Wellesley College to close off access  —  Hillary Rodham, in a 1965 freshman photo when she was president of Wellesley College's Young Republicans, with the cover page of her senior thesis from 1969 on radical organizer Saul D. Alinsky.
Brad Altrocket / Sadly, No!:   We Can't Get Any Stupider, Can We?
Hotline On Call:
YouTube Oppo Of The Day  —  1. Sen. Barack Obama, speaking in a fairly impoverished Cleveland, saying he wants "everybody here to pony up five dollars, ten dollars for this campaign.  I don't care how poor you are, you've got five dollars."  —  2. An anti-Giuliani video, just in time for CPAC.
David Sirota /   Obama asks regular folks to buy into his campaign; D.C. calls it a scandal
Why We Don't Have National Health Insurance  —  A long time I read an article which classified the health care funding systems of countries into three types: socialized medicine (with overtones of Stalinism and stinking waiting-rooms and lines which never move), the system initiated by Bismarck in Germany …
CBS News:
Poll: The Politics Of Health Care
Michael Fleming / Variety:
Plame film in works at Warner Bros.  —  Studio sets movie about CIA leak scandal  —  Warner Bros. is developing a feature on the lives of Valerie Plame and Ambassador Joseph Wilson, the married couple drawn into a D.C. firestorm.  —  Plame's status as a CIA agent was revealed …
Nico / Think Progress:
Coulter: I Would Talk About Edwards But "You Have To Go Into Rehab If You Use The Word 'Faggot'"  —  Speaking today at the Conservative Political Action Conference, right-wing pundit Ann Coulter said: "I was going to have a few comments on the other Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards …
Discussion: MyDD and Oliver Willis
Jeralyn / TalkLeft:
Libby Jurors Raise Question About Reasonable Doubt  —  The jury in the Scooter Libby trial sent two questions to the Judge today before leaving early for the weekend.  You can view them here.  —  The one about reasonable doubt is the most interesting. … The jury instruction on reasonable doubt is here.
Christy Hardin Smith / Firedoglake:
More Notes From The Jury
Discussion: Angry Bear
Baltimore Sun:
A new twist to an intriguing family history … WASHINGTON // Many people know that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama's father was from Kenya and his mother from Kansas.  —  But an intriguing sliver of his family history has received almost no attention until now …
Glenn Kessler / Washington Post:
Rice Names Critic Of Iraq Policy to Counselor's Post  —  Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has tapped Eliot A. Cohen, a prominent writer on national security strategy and an outspoken critic of the administration's postwar occupation of Iraq, as her counselor, State Department officials said yesterday.
Elizabeth Williamson / Washington Post:
How Much Embassy Is Too Much?  —  Mention the U.S. Embassy …
Discussion: Cato-at-liberty
Michelle Tsai / Slate:
Honey, I'm Dead!  —  HOW GOD REWARDS A FEMALE SUICIDE BOMBER.  —  A female suicide bomber detonated a vest filled with explosives at a university in Baghdad Sunday, killing more than 40 people.  If male martyrs can expect to find 72 virgin maidens in paradise when they die, what rewards can female suicide bombers expect?
Discussion: News Bloggers Blog
Business Week:
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Speaks  —  Justice Thomas talks about the lasting influence of the man who guided him through his years at Holy Cross and why he's not a beneficiary of affirmative action  —  Of all the influences in the life of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas …
Discussion: Law Blog, Opinion L.A. and SCOTUSblog
Kelly Thornton / San Diego Union-Tribune:
Wilkes' prosecutor seeks limits on intelligence secrets  —  Concern is damage to national security  —  DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO - Prosecutors in the corruption case against Poway defense contractor Brent Wilkes and former CIA official Kyle "Dusty" Foggo asked a judge yesterday to limit dissemination …
The Blotter:
When Dick Cheney Talks, Pakistan Listens  —  Brian Ross and Habibullah Khan Report:  —  Pakistan intelligence sources say a second high-ranking Taliban leader has been taken into custody, as the country appeared to be responding to Vice President Dick Cheney's showdown meeting with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.
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Peggy Noonan / Opinion Journal:
How McCain Got Dinged
Dean Barnett / Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog:
Who's Pretending?  —  It's a subject that's been strangely …
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
CPAC: Sam Brownback
Discussion: Eunomia
Associated Press:
Swiss Accidentally Invade Liechtenstein
Discussion: Norwegianity
Joshua Partlow / Washington Post:
Iraqi Troops, Tribesmen Kill 50 Suspected Insurgents
Bob Barr / Washington Times:
Immigration indigestion
Discussion: The Corner and Lonewacko
Stuart Staniford /
Saudi Arabian oil declines 8% in 2006
 Earlier Items: 
Matthew Yglesias:
Second Shift  —  The BBC reports: … "Gee," remarks Jessica …
Dinesh D'Souza / News Bloggers Blog:
Letting Bin Laden Define Islam
Kimberley A. Strassel / Opinion Journal:
Checkmate  —  The Democratic Party's honeymoon is over.
Des Moines Register:
Vilsack says early polls didn't show his strength
Charles Krauthammer / Washington Post:
Music Of the Spheres