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6:15 PM ET, June 19, 2007

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Associated Press:
Carter: Stop favoring Fatah over Hamas  —  The United States, Israel and the European Union must end their policy of favoring Fatah over Hamas, or they will doom the Palestinian people to deepening conflict between the rival movements, former US President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday.
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Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
Might Makes Right?  —  What kind of world leader would instruct the international community to engage with Hamas, even though it just committed an armed insurrection against the Palestinian Authority?  Who among the world's experts would argue that the coup d'etat legitimized their claim to speak for the Palestinian people?
Hindrocket / Power Line:
CARTER ATTACKS U.S., STICKS UP FOR HAMAS  —  Jimmy Carter was in Ireland today to speak to the ninth annual NGO Forum on Human Rights.  Along the way, he picked up a check for $1.2 million from the Irish government to the Carter Center.  The former President, loyal as always to his financial backers …
Michelle Malkin:   Jimmy Carter said what? Part 999
Michael Yon:
Be Not Afraid … [From a prayer card I found on a base in Anbar Province, Iraq.]  —  Thoughts flow on the eve of a great battle.  By the time these words are released, we will be in combat.  Few ears have heard even rumors of this battle, and fewer still are the eyes that will see its full scope.
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Bill Roggio / The Fourth Rail:
The Battle of Baqubah II  —  The Baqubah region.  Click map to view.  —  Major offensive in al Qaeda's so-called capital of the Islamic State of Iraq  —  The Diyala Campaign is underway.  As part of major offensive operations throughout the belts regions of Baghdad …
Washington Post:
U.S. Forces Target Insurgents in New Operation  —  U.S. troops backed by helicopters and Bradley Fighting Vehicles launched a major offensive Tuesday to clear the Sunni extremist group al-Qaeda in Iraq from its new stronghold in Diyala province north of the capital, the U.S. military said in a statement.
Fred Thompson / Townhall.com:
Fred Thompson's Remarks to Policy Exchange in London  —  Thank you very much.  Charles Moore, Anthony Browne, Dean Godson, distinguished guests: I appreciate the cordial welcome to London.  I always look forward to visiting the United Kingdom, and this time around I couldn't ask for a better host than the Policy Exchange.
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Bob Geiger:
Here's How Fringe I Am, Fred Thompson  —  Did you know that former Senator and maybe, kinda, sorta Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson has his own column on the ABC Radio Network's web site?  Neither did I until someone pointed out to me that he had written a piece bashing Senate …
David Weigel / Reason Magazine:
The Awful Truth About 9/11  —  The guerrilla reporters of Infowars—last seen being broken up and hauled out of the spin room at CNN's Republican debate—nailed Michael Moore at a screening of Sicko and got him to discuss 9/11 conspiracy theories.  (Sorry, other theories of the events of 9/11.)
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Gregg Goldstein / Hollywood Reporter:
'Sicko' leaks have studios crying malpractice
Kyle Smith / Movies:
Kyle Smith on Michael Moore's 'Sicko'
Discussion: Say Anything
Craig Gordon / Newsday:
Rudy missing in action for Iraq panel  —  Giuliani's campaign fundraising kept him from commitment to panel studying Iraq.  —  WASHINGTON — Rudolph Giuliani's membership on an elite Iraq study panel came to an abrupt end last spring after he failed to show up for a single official meeting of the group …
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Big Tent Democrat / TalkLeft:
Rudy Quit Iraq Study Group: Couldn't Be Bothered With "War On Terror"  —  Rudy quit the Iraq Study Group last May after he was told he would actually have to show up and work on the issue: … Now if Rudy missed a meeting to get a haircut, perhaps the Media would think this a big story.
Richard Cohen / Washington Post:
The Runaway Train That Hit Scooter Libby  —  The attorney general called a meeting.  He assembled all the U.S. attorneys in the Great Hall of the Justice Department and told them, in essence, that their chief responsibility was to decide whom not to prosecute.
Dan Froomkin / Washington Post:
Casual Lawbreaking at the White House  —  New evidence unearthed by House Democrats establishes that White House political adviser Karl Rove and many of his colleagues used Republican National Committee e-mail accounts for official business — even though White House policy is clear that doing …
Donna St. George / Washington Post:
Getting Lost in the Great Indoors  —  Many Adults Worry Nature Is Disappearing From Children's Lives  —  Linda Pelzman appreciates the beauty of the outdoor world, sometimes pulling her children into the yard to gaze at a full moon or peer into a dense fog.
Roger Simon / The Politico:
You're nobody until somebody pardons you  —  When he was 13 years old, Anthony Circosta shot another kid in the arm with a BB gun, which was not a nice thing to do.  —  And even though Circosta's shot did not break the kid's skin, Circosta was convicted of assault.
Austin Fenner / New York Post:
KERIK'S CRY OVER RUDY  —  LAMENTS LOSING HIS PAL  —  Disgraced ex-NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik can't stop crying over his fizzled friendship with former BFF Rudy Giuliani.  —  "I accept the distance created by Giuliani.  I understand it, but inside, it's killing me," Kerik said.
Heritage Foundation:
How High Will Gas Prices Go?  —  A state by state analysis  —  Mouse over map to view breakdown by state.  —  Based on a review of the energy legislation currently before the U.S. Senate, S. 1419, including the just completed section on tax changes, the price of regular unleaded gasoline …
Diane Cardwell / New York Times:
U.S. Is 'Really in Trouble,' Says Bloomberg, Sounding Like a Candidate  —  Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, sounding every inch the presidential candidate he insists he is not, brought his message of pragmatic, nonpartisan leadership to California on Monday, telling a crowd of Google employees that the nation was "really in trouble."
Rich Horton / Michael P.F. van der Galiën:
The Limits Of Political Junkiedom  —  Back when I was in my first iteration of grad school (Political Science, 1990-1993), I was witness to one of the more infamous scenes at that particular institution of higher learning.  Most of the Political Science department gathered to hear a talk …
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
 
 
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Anne Flaherty / Associated Press:
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Paul Kiel / TPMmuckraker:
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Matt Apuzzo / Associated Press:
Sen. Stevens aides questioned in probe
ZOA / Zionist Organization of America:
Mahmoud Abbas Is No Moderate & Deserves No Support
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Donald L. Horowitz / Opinion Journal:
Unifying Iraq  —  Partition is the path to more war—multiple wars, in fact.
Jennifer Hunter / Chicago Sun Times:
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Andrew Sullivan / The Atlantic Online:
Scalia and Torture  —  The Supreme Court Justice cites Jack Bauer …
Charlie Savage / Boston Globe:
US agencies disobey 6 laws that president challenged
The Politico:
Republican candidates begin snubbing Bush