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12:20 AM ET, June 24, 2007


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The Raw Story:
Dems plan to cut Cheney from executive funding bill  —  Following Vice President Dick Cheney's assertion that his office is not a part of the executive branch of the US government, Democratic Caucus Chairman Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-IL) plans to introduce an amendment to the the Financial Services …
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
Rule Of Law?  —  I haven't followed the kerfuffle over Dick Cheney's handling of classified material very closely, mostly because it looked like one of the mountains that Cheney's critics like to make out of molehills.  However, this issue does hold a political if not legal vulnerability …
Glenn Reynolds /
DICK CHENEY AS A LEGISLATIVE OFFICIAL: Ed Morrissey is not impressed …
Discussion: Silent Running
Kevin Drum / Washington Monthly:   FUN WITH DICK AND DICK....Last night at dinner my mother …
Michael Duffy / Time:
The Cheney Branch of Government
Howie / The Jawa Report:
The Only Way  —  A little Instapundit post like this one can cause such a reaction from my little blog bitch Olliver Willis and Kevin Drum at Washington must be some truth to it.  Stuff just doesn't get that kind of reaction unless you feel guilty about err something …
Kevin Drum / Washington Monthly:
STAB IN THE BACK WATCH....Here's the latest from Instapundit, in its entirety: … Oh yes indeedy, I too expect we'll be hearing more of this in the future, especially if things go badly in Iraq.  Lots more.  —  You can almost smell the stink of desperation from the pro-war crowd.
Discussion: INSTAPUTZ
Glenn Reynolds /
IN THE MAIL: Col. Buzz Patterson's War Crimes: The Left's Campaign to Destroy Our Military and Lose the War on Terror.  —  I don't think that the left wants to lose the war on terror, exactly — they just want Bush to lose the war on terror.  I suspect, however, that Patterson's theme …
Oliver Willis:   The Stupidity Of Glenn Reynolds
Tim Rutten / Los Angeles Times:
Where is the West's outcry?  —  FOR a writer, Salman Rushdie has had a rather turbulent career.  —  Even by his standards, however, this has been quite a week for the Indian-born, British-educated Booker Prize-winning novelist, now a resident of New York:  —  Queen Elizabeth II knighted …
Tanta / Calculated Risk:
A Tale of Two Hedge Funds  —  We begin to get some backstory on the Great Bear Hedge Fund Meltdown of 2007, courtesy of the New York Times.  The leitmotif, which I prophesy will become the Unshakable Story That Everyone Will Stick To, is that this is all directly and apparently unproblematically related to subprime mortgage loans:
Thomas B. Edsall / Huffington Post:
HuffPost Exclusive: More Lobbyists On McCain Staff Than Any Other 08 Candidate  —  John McCain, who made his name attacking special interests, has more lobbyists working on his staff or as advisers than any of his competitors, Republican or Democrat.  —  A Huffington Post examination …
Brock Vergakis / Associated Press:
Romney objects to campaign attacks  —  SALT LAKE CITY - Mitt Romney said Saturday that criticism of his Mormon religion by rival GOP presidential campaigns is happening too frequently.  —  "Clearly, any derogatory comments about anyone's faith — those comments are troubling.
David Barboza / New York Times:
My Time as a Hostage, and I'm a Business Reporter  —  AS an American journalist based in China, I knew there was a good chance that at some point I'd be detained for pursuing a story.  I just never thought I'd be held hostage by a toy factory.  —  That's what happened last Monday …
Discussion: The Glittering Eye
Stephen Singer / Associated Press:
Obama says some have 'hijacked' faith  —  HARTFORD, Conn. - Sen. Barack Obama told a church convention Saturday that some right-wing evangelical leaders have exploited and politicized religious beliefs in an effort to sow division.  —  "Somehow, somewhere along the way …
Discussion: Corrente, Macsmind and TalkLeft
Michael J. Sniffen / Associated Press:
Judge criticizes warrantless wiretaps  —  WASHINGTON - A federal judge who used to authorize wiretaps in terrorist and espionage cases criticized President Bush's decision to order warrantless surveillance after the Sept. 11 attacks.  —  Royce Lamberth, a district court judge in Washington …
Discussion: Macsmind
Media Matters for America:
"Media Matters"; by Jamison Foser  —  A Tale of Two Studies  —  Two new studies released this week examine the news media, in quite different ways and with vastly different efficacy.  The Center for American Progress and Free Press teamed up to release The Structural Imbalance of Political Talk Radio …
Discussion: TalkLeft
Neil MacFarquhar / New York Times:
Iran Cracks Down on Dissent, Parading Examples in Streets  —  Iran is in the throes of one of its most ferocious crackdowns on dissent in years, with the government focusing on labor leaders, universities, the press, women's rights advocates, a former nuclear negotiator and Iranian-Americans …
Adam Nichols / NY Daily News:
Christie blasts Rudy on WTC air  —  Former Environmental Protection Agency boss Christie Whitman says she urged Ground Zero workers to wear respirators, but then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani blocked her efforts.  —  She also said city officials didn't want EPA workers wearing haz-mat suits because they …
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Everyone we fight in Iraq is now "al-Qaida"  —  Josh Marshall publishes an e-mail from a reader who identifies what is one of the most astonishing instances of mindless, pro-government "reporting" yet: … That the Bush administration, and specifically its military commanders …
John Ward Anderson / Washington Post:
17 Insurgents Killed Near Baqubah
Discussion: CNN
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Paul Mirengoff / News Bloggers Blog:
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Discussion: Power Line
Los Angeles Times:
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Discussion: National Review
Ian Urbina / New York Times:
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Jim Rutenberg / New York Times:
Bush's Stance on Immigration Has Roots in Midland
Steve Gorman / Reuters:
Two U.S. networks pass on Paris Hilton interview
Discussion: The Newshoggers
The Atlantic Online:
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New York Times:
At White House, Renewed Debate on Guantánamo
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Ken Whitehouse / Nashville Post:
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Chiade O'Shea Islamabad / Guardian:
Nato accuses Taliban of using children in suicide missions
Discussion: Hot Air and TigerHawk
Bob Geiger:
The Saturday Cartoons  —  Today's animation comes from Mark Fiore with …
Discussion: Firedoglake
Associated Press:
Texas Democrat chastises Bush on vets' health care
Discussion: bustardblog
Fox News:
Banned by PBS: Muslims Against Jihad
Discussion: Hot Air
Roland S. Martin / CNN:
Martin: A Bloomberg run would be different to Perot
Thomas E. Ricks / Washington Post:
Iraq Push Revives Criticism of Force Size