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4:05 PM ET, May 28, 2007

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Gov. Bill Richardson / MSNBC:
'Meet the Press' transcript for May 27, 2007  —  MR. TIM RUSSERT: Our issues this Sunday: Our Meet the Candidates 2008 series continues.  An exclusive interview with Democrat Bill Richardson.  He is now in his fifth year as governor of New Mexico.  He was United States congressman …
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Boston Globe:
Contender Richardson wants to have it all  —  Can anyone be a New York Yankees fan and a Boston Red Sox fan at the same time and win the presidency?  —  Democratic candidate Bill Richardson wants to have it all.  —  "I'm a Red Sox fan," said the New Mexico governor, who was born in Pasadena …
Associated Press:
Richardson to Stop Using Name of Marine
Discussion: PoliBlog (TM)
Deb Riechmann / Associated Press:
Bush pays tribute to fallen U.S. troops  —  ARLINGTON, Va. - President Bush on Monday honored U.S. troops who have fought and died for freedom and expressed his steely resolve to succeed in the war in Iraq.  "As before in our history, Americans find ourselves under attack and underestimated," he said.
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Right-wing blogger geniuses expose another journalistic fraud!  —  The genius investigators in the right-wing blogosphere — who serve as our Watchdogs over the Corrupt "MSM" — made a major, major discovery this weekend.  Last Wednesday, former CIA agent Larry Johnson published a Memo …
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Associated Press:
U.S., Iran end 27-year diplomatic freeze  —  BAGHDAD - The United States and Iran broke a 27-year diplomatic freeze Monday with a four-hour meeting about Iraqi security.  The American envoy said there was broad policy agreement, but that Iran must stop arming and financing militants who are attacking U.S. and Iraqi forces.
Discussion: The Newshoggers
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John Ward Anderson / Washington Post:
U.S., Iran Meet to Discuss Iraq Security
BBC:
Wolfowitz blames media for exit  —  The outgoing president of the World Bank, Paul Wolfowitz, has told the BBC an "overheated" atmosphere at the bank and in the media forced him to resign.  —  Mr Wolfowitz stood down after a scandal over his role in winning a new pay and promotion package for his girlfriend.
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Tim Montgomerie / Britain and America:   British media could swing the next US election
Gateway Pundit:
CHAVEZ FORCES CLASH WITH DEMOCRACY PROTESTERS!  —  Venezuala continues its descent into hell.  —  ** The Jungle Hut is following the clashes from Venezuala.  —  ** Globovision has photos from the crackdown by the regime.  —  ** Venezuela News and Views- Even in San Felipe we are hearing sirens and pot banging!
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Reuters:
Venezuela replaces opposition TV with state network
Des Moines Register:
Vilsack becomes key player in Clinton campaign  —  Aides say the efforts seem to be tied to a possible role of running mate.  —  Sioux Center, Ia.  - Former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack has assumed a role in Sen. Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign unlike any of the New York Democrat's other national advisers.
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
David Carr / New York Times:
The Media Equation: Not to See the Fallen Is No Favor  —  On this Memorial Day, thousands of United States men and women are engaged in untold acts of bravery and drudgery on behalf of what our leaders have defined as vital American interests in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Turkishdailynews Headlines:
'Turkish tanks cannot cross into northern Iraq'  —  Amid ongoing domestic debates focusing on the likelihood of a military incursion by Turkey into northern Iraq to stop infiltrations by PKK terrorists, a senior Iraqi Kurdish official says the world will not allow such an action …
National Review:
Photo of the Day  —  is from earlier this year.  —  Via the Tennessean :
Carpetbagger / The Carpetbagger Report:
When terror 'seeps out' of Iraq  —  The good news is there appears to be something of an "exodus" of terrorists leaving Iraq.  The bad news is they're leaving because they've finished their training and are now prepared to wreak havoc elsewhere. … Most of the White House's Iraq rhetoric …
Christy Hardin Smith / Firedoglake:
Memorial Day 2007: Lend A Hand  —  Taps at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington seemed awfully appropriate for Memorial Day today.  It is a mournful song, and that suits my mood this morning to a tee.  —  I went back to an older post that quoted a letter from Kevin Tillman, and it ticked me off all over again in the read.
Los Angeles Times:
Time to tax carbon  —  A carbon tax is the best, cheapest and most efficient way to combat cataclysmic climate change.  —  IF YOU HAVE KIDS, take them to the beach.  They should enjoy it while it lasts, because there's a chance that within their lifetimes California's beaches will vanish under the waves.
Shankar Vedantam / Washington Post:
If It Feels Good to Be Good, It Might Be Only Natural  —  The e-mail came from the next room.  —  "You gotta see this!"  Jorge Moll had written.  Moll and Jordan Grafman, neuroscientists at the National Institutes of Health, had been scanning the brains of volunteers as they were asked …
Discussion: Connecting.the.Dots
 
 
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San Francisco Chronicle:
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Janet Hook / Los Angeles Times:
John Edwards' populism is a risky bet
Ann Althouse / Althouse:
Memorial Day.  —  Picture source explained.  More here.
Discussion: Chicago Boyz
Steve Lopez / Los Angeles Times:
Family crossed the border to success
Dan De Luce / Agence France Presse:
Congress expects cut to US force in Iraq later this year: lawmaker
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Phoenix Woman / Mercury Rising:
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Hiroko Tabuchi / Associated Press:
Japan official hangs self amid scandal
Michael A. Fletcher / Washington Post:
Another Top Bush Aide Makes an Exit
Discussion: Greatscat!
Ian Urbina / New York Times:
Silence Speaks Volumes at Intersection of Views on Iraq War
Discussion: JustOneMinute
Patrick McGeehan / New York Times:
Charles Nelson Reilly, Tony-Winning Comic Actor, Dies at 76
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Wealthy Enclave Offers Windfall for Candidates
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
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