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8:00 PM ET, April 10, 2007

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Christy Hardin Smith / Firedoglake:
BREAKING: Rep. Conyers Issues Subpoena Duces Tecum For DOJ Docs  —  That stalling tactic on document production from the DoJ to Congress finally got old.  A Subpoena duces tecum has been issued for any and all documentary evidence pertaining to the USAtty firings, with a return date of April 16th at 2:00 pm ET at the Rayburn Building.
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Dan Eggen / Washington Post:
House Panel Subpoenas Gonzales for Documents  —  The House Judiciary Committee issued a subpoena to Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales today seeking hundreds of pages of new or uncensored records related to the firings of eight U.S. attorneys last year, officials said.
Discussion: AMERICAblog and Little Thom's Blog
Nolo / indict dick cheney:
rep. john conyers subpoenas gonzales!  ouch!  —  and the day got away. . .  thanks to christy  —  hardin smith at  —  firedoglake for  —  linking me on  —  this story. . .  below are new,  —  cleaner jpegs of  —  the docs; i've  —  not set those  —  that might  —  only be of inter-
Laurie Kellman / Associated Press:
House judiciary panel subpoenas Gonzales  —  WASHINGTON - The House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed new documents Tuesday from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales as part of its investigation into the firings of federal prosecutors, with panel chairman saying he had run out of patience.
Discussion: Don Surber, Macsmind and Shakesville
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Frank Newport / Gallup Poll:
Hillary Clinton Remains Dominant Front-Runner Among Democrats  —  Obama and Edwards close in second place  —  PRINCETON, NJ — Sen. Hillary Clinton remains the dominant presidential front-runner among Democrats nationally, with twice the support as her nearest challenger.
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Audio: McCain says someone was laughing during his Baghdad press conference
Discussion: protein wisdom and First Read
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David S. Broder / Washington Post:
Time for A Bargain On the War  —  In the continuing battle between the Democratic Congress and the Bush administration over policy in Iraq, logic is on the Democrats' side, but the crucial political leverage belongs to the president.  It behooves the realists in both camps to recognize …
Bob Geiger:
The Iraq-War Debate - Don't Follow The Money  —  The debate over whether the United States should begin withdrawing combat troops from Iraq or remain indefinitely in the middle of a bloody civil war will be center stage in the 110th Congress over the next few weeks.
Discussion: Telegraph, Daily Kos and AMERICAblog
Gateway Pundit:
Busted!... Multi-National Force Iraq Scores on Mainstream Media  —  It's refreshing to see the world's finest military win a battle on the media front!  —  Of all of the 1,800 plus articles published yesterday on the Al Sadr Anti-US-occupation protest in Najaf, Iraq, not one mentioned …
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Guardian:
Comment is free  —  guardian.co.uk/commentisfree > Marc Lynch
Discussion: NewsHog and American Footprints
Toby Harnden / Telegraph Blogs:
British disgrace becomes fiasco  —  It took just two blubbering sailors spilling their guts before the Government realised its nifty PR strategy to hide the ignominy of what happened to the Tehran 15 had backfired badly.  Now the original ban on getting paid for newspaper stories has been restored.
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CNN:
Iran plans book, CD on Britons' detention
Discussion: Wonkette
White House:
President Bush Makes Remarks on the Iraq War Supplemental  —  THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all.  Good morning; please be seated.  Thank you for your warm hospitality.  It's a pleasure to be here at Legion Post 177, Fairfax, Virginia.  I appreciate you inviting me.
Vikas Bajaj / New York Times:
Defaults Rise in Next Level of Mortgages  —  Some of the problems afflicting mortgages sold to borrowers with weak, or subprime, credit increasingly appear to be cropping up in loans made to homeowners who were thought to be less risky.  —  The latest sign of possible further deterioration …
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Fester / NewsHog:
Heads up on Housing  —  I have been following the housing bubble …
Discussion: Stock Market Overview
Dennis Wagner / Arizona Republic:
Producer: PBS dropped 'Islam vs. Islamists' on political grounds  —  The producer of a tax-financed documentary on Islamic extremism claims his film has been dropped for political reasons from a television series that airs next week on more than 300 PBS stations nationwide.
Consumerist:
CEO Pay Up 298%, Average Worker's?  4.3% (1995-2005)  —  There's been a lot of ballyhoo lately about ballooning executive pay, so here's a look at how CEO incomes rose over the years in relation to Joe Blow's paycheck.  —  It looks like while CEO pay rose 298.2% by 2005 …
Gwen Ifill / New York Times:
Trash Talk Radio  —  LET'S say a word about the girls.  The young women with the musical names.  Kia and Epiphanny and Matee and Essence.  Katie and Dee Dee and Rashidat and Myia and Brittany and Heather.  —  The Scarlet Knights of Rutgers University had an improbable season …
 
 
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When CEO Buys a Mansion, It's Time to Sell Shares
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Mark Kleiman / The RBC:
Just in case you were wondering ...  ... what a U.S. Attorney needed …
Ana Marie Cox / time-blog.com:
The Word From Up on High  —  Apologies for my absence yesterday …
Discussion: Liberal Values
John Bresnahan / The Politico:
Gilchrest Seeking White House Deal on Iraq
Discussion: MyDD and Balloon Juice
Jonathan Cohn / The New Republic:
FRENCH KISSES:  —  Jonah Goldberg has a smart, if ultimately …
Discussion: EconLog and The Corner
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
A light bulb goes off on the Washington Post editorial page
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Richard Cohen / Washington Post:
Candor? Call the Special Prosecutor!
Joel Seidman / MSNBC:
NBC: Abramoff could get reduced sentence