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3:15 PM ET, March 26, 2007

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Pam / Pam's House Blend:
Beyond the pale: anti-gay, racist emails from Army recruiter … Is this the General Peter Pace policy at work?  —  Corey Andrew had his profile and resume posted at Careerbuilder.com, and it caught the eye of Army recruiter Marcia Ramode, who contacted him.
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Charles Hack / Everything Jersey:
Bigoted emails from Army recruiter outrage gay man  —  Jersey City resident Corey Andrew, like thousands of other job seekers, recently posted his profile on a popular career-based web site, hoping to nab some work as a copywriter.  But the response he received was anything but typical.
Discussion: Shakespeare's Sister
Sldn / The Frontlines:
A Recruiter's Offensive Emails  —  Just days after General Peter Pace made his offensive comments about gays and lesbians, SLDN received a call from Jersey City resident Corey Andrew.  Corey, who is openly gay, recently posted his resume at CareerBuilder.com.
Robert D. Novak / Washington Post:
A President All Alone  —  Two weeks earlier on Capitol Hill, there was a groundswell of Republican demands — public and private — that President Bush pardon Scooter Libby.  Last week, as Alberto Gonzales came under withering Democratic fire, there were no public GOP declarations …
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
The most revealing three-minute You Tube clip ever  —  I want to return to the video clip of the jovial and dismissive discussion of the U.S. attorneys scandal on yesterday's Chris Matthews Show (embedded below).  In one sense, this clip is completely typical of how our national media thinks and talks about political matters.
Nico / Think Progress:
Waxman Warns RNC, Bush-Cheney '04 Campaign: Don't Delete Your Emails  —  Multiple congressional investigations have uncovered evidence that White House appointees regularly communicate using email accounts provided by the Republican Party.  As CREW has argued, such activity violates …
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Washington Post:
GSA Chief Is Accused of Playing Politics  —  Doan Denies 'Improper' Use of Agency for GOP  —  Witnesses have told congressional investigators that the chief of the General Services Administration and a deputy in Karl Rove's political affairs office at the White House joined in a videoconference earlier …
New York Times:
Work can be balm during health crisis  —  When John and Elizabeth Edwards learned Wednesday that Elizabeth Edwards' breast cancer had returned, the presidential campaign, which often seems removed from daily life, suddenly mirrored reality for thousands of American families facing a deadly illness.
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Patrick McGeehan / New York Times:
Edwards's Cancer Has Spread Into One of Her Hips
Robin Wright / Washington Post:
Iran Feels Pinch As Major Banks Curtail Business  —  More than 40 major international banks and financial institutions have either cut off or cut back business with the Iranian government or private sector as a result of a quiet campaign launched by the Treasury and State departments last September …
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Michael D. Shear / Washington Post:
N.Y. Mayor Is Eyeing '08, Observers Say  —  New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, a self-made billionaire, has told friends more than once that his definition of good financial planning is making sure the check to the undertaker bounces when it's finally time to go.
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
Online, Churls Gone Vile  —  One of the unique qualities of Internet discourse is its freewheeling, no-holds-barred nature, where passionate arguments are often accompanied by some choice expletives and a virtual finger in the eye.  —  But what happens when the talk turns ugly, racist and violent?
Mark Steyn / Orange County Register:
Sticky wicket of creeping sharia  —  The other day Pakistan's Gen. Musharraf took time off from his hectic schedule of trying to survive assassination attempts to pay tribute to someone who, alas, had been less successful at dodging killers: A week ago, during the cricket World Cup, Bob Woolmer …
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Mike Marqusee / Guardian:
This innuendo about the Pakistan team is a disgrace
Discussion: The Corner
BBC:
NI deal struck in historic talks  —  Devolved government is to return to Northern Ireland following an historic meeting between the leaders of the DUP and Sinn Fein.  —  Ian Paisley and Gerry Adams, sitting side by side for their first news conference in Stormont, confirmed that power-sharing would begin on 8 May.
Discussion: Crooked Timber
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New York Times:
Northern Ireland Rivals Reach Deal
Charles Duhigg / New York Times:
Aged, Frail and Denied Care by Their Insurers  —  CONRAD, Mont. — Mary Rose Derks was a 65-year-old widow in 1990, when she began preparing for the day she could no longer care for herself.  Every month, out of her grocery fund, she scrimped together about $100 for an insurance policy …
Paul Kiel / TPMmuckraker:
Today's Must Read  —  Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to the Blackberry Defense.  —  The setup: on February 6th, Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty told the Senate Judiciary Committee that the administration intended to nominate (and have the Senate confirm) replacements for all the ousted prosecutors.
Discussion: LAW.com and Norwegianity
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David G. Savage / Los Angeles Times:
Gonzales feels heat from GOP senators
Discussion: TIME and DownWithTyranny!
Lehigh Valley local news from The Morning Call …:
Moore, Gore...and now Santorum?  —  Former GOP senator says he plans to make documentaries to counter left-wing films.  —  | Michael Moore, look out.  Rick Santorum is getting into the documentary filmmaking business and he's out to tell ''the other side of the story.''
Eye / eyeon08.com:
McCain on the House Iraq Supplemental  —  John McCain has harsh words for the House Democratic Leadership on the Iraq Supplemental Appropriations Bill that they just passed.  This is what he said at a town hall meeting in Plymouth, NH:  —  McCain has been taking some heat for skipping some votes recently.
Katharine Q. Seelye / New York Times:
Drop in Ad Revenue Raises Tough Question for Newspapers  —  For newspapers, February was the cruelest month.  So far.  —  Revenue from advertising was in striking decline last month, compared with February a year ago, and were generally weaker than analysts had expected.
The Sandmonkey / Rantings of a Sandmonkey:
Endgame  —  I just came back from the demonstrations...No, that's a lie.  —  I've been back almost an hour and a half now, and it took me this long to get myself together, shake myself out of the shock I am feeling, and actually sit down and write this.  Here is what happend.
 
 
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