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9:55 PM ET, March 26, 2007


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Dan Eggen / Washington Post:
Gonzales's Senior Counselor Refuses to Testify  —  The senior counselor to Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales will refuse to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the unfolding U.S. attorneys scandal, invoking her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, her attorneys said today.
Laurie Kellman / Associated Press:
Gonzales aide to invoke Fifth Amendment  —  WASHINGTON - Monica Goodling, a Justice Department official involved in the firings of federal prosecutors, will refuse to answer questions at upcoming Senate hearings, citing Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination, her lawyer said Monday.
Pete Williams / MSNBC:
Gonzales: Firings were not improper  —  The attorney general talks to NBC's Pete Williams in an exclusive interview … Pete Williams: Mr. Attorney General, what is it that you would like people to know about this controversy?  —  Attorney General Alberto Gonzales: Let me begin with the attacks …
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:   Follow up to this morning's post re: Chris Matthews Show
Washington Post:
The Cloud Over Mr. Gonzales  —  ATTORNEY GENERAL Alberto R …
Carpetbagger / The Carpetbagger Report:   A painful four minutes
James Rowley / Bloomberg:
Gonzales Aide Won't Answer Questions About Prosecutor Firings
Discussion: CNN Political Ticker
Pew Research Center:
Solid Majority Favors Congressional Troop Deadline  —  36% Think Surge Will Work  —  Summary of Findings  —  A solid majority of Americans say they want their congressional representative to support a bill calling for a withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq by August 2008.
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, and it caught the eye of Army recruiter Marcia Ramode, who contacted him.
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.
Sldn / The Frontlines:   A Recruiter's Offensive Emails
Capitol Police: Webb Aide Arrested With Handgun  —  WASHINGTON — An aide to U.S. Sen. Jim Webb was arrested Monday after a loaded 9-millimeter handgun allegedly was found in his possession, authorities said.  —  Capitol police said the aide was arrested during a security check upon entering …
Discussion: Wonkette and Washington Wire
Webb staffer arrested with loaded pistol
Discussion: Redstate and Right Wing News
USA Today:
Americans back Edwardses' choice  —  WASHINGTON — Americans by 2-1 support the decision of former North Carolina senator John Edwards to stay in the Democratic presidential race even though his wife, Elizabeth, has been diagnosed with a recurrence of breast cancer.
Nora Ephron / The Huffington Post:
"Some people" are saying that Katie Couric went too far on 60 Minutes.
Discussion: Washington Wire
Taegan Goddard's Political Wire:
Just Asking...  Your email address:  —  Message (optional):  —  Taegan D. Goddard is the creator of Political Wire, a political column updated around the clock with the most interesting news, buzz and commentary.  —  Goddard is also co-author of You Won - Now What?
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?
Deacon / Power Line:
FRED THOMPSON FOR PRESIDENT?  —  No, Martin Sheen for president; Fred Thompson for his chief-of-staff.  —  Sorry, I couldn't resist spinning off of the old Ronald Reagan joke.  But seriously folks, what about Thompson's presidential prospects?  —  It's pretty obvious why he's getting consideration …
Eye /
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.
Discussion: Wizbang
Benedict Carey / New York Times:
Poor Behavior Is Linked to Time in Day Care  —  A much-anticipated report from the largest and longest-running study of American child care has found that keeping a preschooler in a day care center for a year or more increased the likelihood that the child would become disruptive in class …
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Ensign: GOP on road to recovery
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Important reminder when watching the Senate's Iraq debate
Discussion: TalkLeft
John Amato / Crooks and Liars:
Hagel brings up "Impeachment": " This is not a monarchy"
Hindrocket / Power Line:
Little Green Footballs:
Banned UN Speech: "Human Rights Nightmare"
New York Times:
Citigroup Plans to Shed Thousands of Jobs
Bob Geiger:
Does A Major Swift-Boat Donor Become An Ambassador This Week?
Charlotte Gill / Daily Mail:
Why feminism 'could be bad for your health'
Discussion: Right Wing News
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Beverley Lumpkin / Associated Press:
U.S. Can't Account for 600,000 Fugitives
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David Corn:
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Crooked Timber:
How do I sleep?  —  Alexander Cockburn wants to know, and it's sweet of him to ask.
Charles Duhigg / New York Times:
Aged, Frail and Denied Care by Their Insurers