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12:15 AM ET, June 21, 2007

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Maria Newman / New York Times:
Bloomberg Insists He Is Not Running for President  —  Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg used his 15 minutes of fame as a Potential Presidential Candidate to showcase one of his pet local projects, the city's 311 Call Center.  —  A day after he announced he was quitting the Republican Party …
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Sinfonian / Blast Off!:
Digby speaks  —  The remarkable wisdom of Digby now has a public face.  —  Here are her remarks last night at the Take Back America 2007 conference in Washington.  —  In case you can't view the video, or if you just want it, here's a transcript:  —  Thank you very much, Ned.  That is overwhelming.
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
"Fringe liberal bloggers"  —  When establishment journalists speak of the liberal blogosphere, it is virtually an article of faith that it represents the "far left," that it is composed of the radical and fringe elements of liberalism.  This week, the increasingly dishonest Fred Thompson castigated Harry Reid …
ABCNEWS:
President Bush Bucking the Stem Cell Trend?  —  Bush's Veto of a Stem Cell Bill Comes as More People Say They Support Research  —  President Bush's pending veto of stem cell research legislation comes at a time when public support for such research is at an all-time high.
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Johanna Neuman / Los Angeles Times:   Bush vetoes bill to fund stem-cell research
National Post:
Read the sunspots  —  The mud at the bottom of B.C. fjords reveals that solar output drives climate change - and that we should prepare now for dangerous global cooling  —  Politicians and environmentalists these days convey the impression that climate-change research is an exceptionally dull field with little left to discover.
Ben Smith / The Politico:
Barack Obama wins Politico.com Straw Poll  —  Senator Barack Obama scored a victory among progressive activists Wednesday, winning the Politico.com Straw Poll of attendees at the Take Back America Conference in Washington.  —  Obama received 29% of the 720 votes cast in the straw poll …
Byron York / National Review:
Hillary Clinton Booed Again  —  Sen. Hillary Clinton was booed again this morning at the Take Back America conference, sponsored by the lefty activist group Campaign for America's Future here in Washington.  At this same conference last year, Sen. Clinton was booed for her position on the war in Iraq.
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Jeff Jacoby / Boston Globe:
The fights on the right  —  WHAT DO liberal Democrats think about the war in Iraq?  That's easy: It was a blunder that has become a debacle, and it should be brought to an end as soon as possible.  —  What do conservative Republicans think about the war?  That's not so easy.
Discussion: Eunomia and Crooked Timber
Robin Wright / Washington Post:
Bush Eyes Blair for Mideast Peace Role  —  The Bush administration is laying the groundwork for an announcement of Tony Blair as special Middle East envoy for Palestinian governance and economic issues after he steps down as Britain's prime minister, following two months of behind-the-scenes negotiations, according to U.S. officials.
The Blotter:
Slim Chance Of Finding an Arabic Speaker at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad  —  Jonathan Karl and Maddy Sauer Report:  —  Of the 1,000 U.S. employees at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, only 10 have a working knowledge of Arabic, according to the State Department.
Judicial Watch:
Judicial Watch Releases New FBI Documents: Osama bin Laden May Have Chartered Saudi Flight Out of U.S. after 9/11  —  (Washington, DC) — Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released new documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation …
Discussion: The Huffington Post and Wonkette
Michael Calderone / New York Observer:
Times Undertakes Multi-Bureau Rupert Murdoch Investigation  —  EDITION OF THE NEW YORK OBSERVER.  —  The New York Times is currently undertaking a major news investigation, led by managing editor Jill Abramson, into News Corp.'s business dealings throughout the world, according to a source with knowledge of the project.
Ahmed Yousef / Washington Post:
Engage With Hamas  —  GAZA CITY, Palestine — The Palestinian National Authority apparently joins the list of elected governments targeted or toppled over the past century by interventionism: nations that had the courage to take American rhetoric at face value and elect whomever they would.
 
 
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Arthur C. Brooks / American Enterprise Institute:
Happy for the Work  —  It is vacation season once again …
Zogby:
UPI/Zogby Poll: Government Mishandling Immigration
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The Age:
Is Osama a hero? …
Discussion: Tim Blair
Investor's Business Daily:
Carter's Nutzpah  —  Democracy: Has Jimmy Carter gone off the deep end?
Rick Perlstein / commonsense.ourfuture.org:
Bloggers and Heathers go 15 Rounds
Discussion: Eschaton and Norwegianity
Brendan Carlin / Telegraph:
BBC 'risked safety of troops'
Discussion: Biased BBC
CNNMoney.com:
Merrill sells assets seized from hedge funds
Jill / Buckeye State Blog:
Jerid, I'd like to make a suggestion
Discussion: techPresident and Taylor Marsh
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Andrew Sullivan / The Atlantic Online:
Male Genital Mutilation Update
Richard Cohen / Washington Post:
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Edelfenbein / CrossingWallStreet.com:
Paul Krugman Four Years Ago Today
Yochi J. Dreazen / Wall Street Journal:
The Prison Poets Of Guantanamo Find a Publisher
Sam Youngman / The Hill:
Former Sen. Allen supports Fred Thompson's candidacy
Discussion: TBogg and Power Line
Maddy Sauer Reports / The Blotter:
New Taliban Leader Had Been in Afghan Custody; Released in Hostage Deal
Discussion: Hot Air and AMERICAblog
USA Today:
Tribes help U.S. against al-Qaeda