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10:10 AM ET, July 29, 2007

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New York Times:
Mr. Gonzales's Never-Ending Story  —  President Bush often insists he has to be the decider — ignoring Congress and the public when it comes to the tough matters on war, terrorism and torture, even deciding whether an ordinary man in Florida should be allowed to let his wife die with dignity.
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Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
Not that he...  NYT: IMPEACH GONZALES  —  Not that he should be fired.
Discussion: The RBC
New York Times:
Mining of Data Prompted Fight Over Spying
Washington Post:   Data Mining Figured In Dispute Over NSA
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
As you can...
Discussion: Open Left and TalkLeft
David Ignatius / Washington Post:
It's How We Pull Back  —  Try to imagine what was running through the mind of Hassan Kazemi Qomi, Iran's ambassador to Baghdad, as he sat across the negotiating table from his American counterpart, Ryan Crocker, last week.  While the U.S. diplomat delivered his stern warning against Iranian meddling in Iraq …
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Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
Undermining American Credibility  —  David Ignatius makes a few mistakes in his column today on the history of American warfare, but he gets his overall point correct.  The loud and strident calls for an American withdrawal from Iraq continue to undermine our ability to limit the damage resulting from that retreat when it happens.
Discussion: Blue Crab Boulevard
The Age:
Freed Guantanamo inmates take up arms  —  AT LEAST 30 former Guantanamo Bay detainees have been killed or recaptured after taking up arms against allied forces following their release.  —  They have been discovered mostly in Afghanistan and Pakistan, but not in Iraq, a US Defence Department spokesman told The Age yesterday.
Discussion: Andrew Bolt and The Jawa Report
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Paul Simons / Times of London:
Musharraf risks civil war as he invades the Al-Qaeda badlands  —  Pakistan's president takes on the Islamic militants who have set up a rogue state on his country's wild north  —  IN North Waziristan, the wild border land that America hopes will be Osama Bin Laden's graveyard …
Massoud Ansari / Telegraph:
Musharraf and Bhutto in power-sharing deal
Washington Post:
Bush Aide Blocked Report  —  A surgeon general's report in 2006 that called on Americans to help tackle global health problems has been kept from the public by a Bush political appointee without any background or expertise in medicine or public health, chiefly because the report did not promote …
Alan S. Blinder / New York Times:
The Under-Taxed Kings of Private Equity  —  AN arcane debate is raging in Congress over the appropriate taxation of the bountiful incomes of people who manage private-equity and hedge funds — incomes that can range into the hundreds of millions a year.  I don't recommend trying to master …
Mark Steyn / Orange County Register:
Swat somebody's butt, and yours belongs to the the D.A.  —  Do you know Cory Mashburn and Ryan Cornelison?  —  If you do, don't approach them.  Call 911 and order up a SWAT team.  They're believed to be in the vicinity of McMinnville, Ore., where they're a clear and present danger to the community.
Ray Massey / Daily Mail:
Arab princesses kicked off British Airways plane to jeers and whistles after refusing to sit next to male strangers  —  Three Arab princesses were thrown off a packed British Airways flight after refusing to sit next to male passengers they didn't know.  —  The dispute - in which the three princesses …
Benjamin Nugent / New York Times:
Who's a Nerd, Anyway?  —  What is a nerd?  Mary Bucholtz, a linguist at the University of California, Santa Barbara, has been working on the question for the last 12 years.  She has gone to high schools and colleges, mainly in California, and asked students from different crowds …
Peter Beaumont / Observer:
Amputations bring new crisis to Iraq  —  Iraq is facing a hidden healthcare and social crisis over the soaring number of amputations, largely of lower limbs, necessitated by the daily explosions and violence gripping the country.  —  In the north of Iraq, the Red Crescent Society …
Discussion: All Spin Zone and Cliff Schecter
baldilocks:
A New Kind of "Chickenhawk"  —  When I said yesterday that most of Beauchamp's defenders had sense enough to steer clear of the milbloggers, I had no idea that Columbia Journalism Review's Paul McLeary had run out into the open, bare-a** naked. … (Emphasis mine.)
Garry Kasparov / Opinion Journal:
Don Putin  —  To understand today's Russia, read "The Godfather."  —  When Vladimir Putin took power in Russia in 2000, the burning question was: "Who is Putin?"  It has now changed to: "What is the nature of Putin's Russia?"  This regime has been remarkably consistent in its behavior …
Discussion: The Volokh Conspiracy
L. Brent Bozell III / Media Research Center:
Where Are the Admirable Athletes?  —  Michael Vick has done something no politician in Washington ever accomplished.  The star quarterback of the Atlanta Falcons has united nearly everyone against him, indicted for being at the center of a gruesome spectacle of dog-fighting and gambling.
Discussion: NewsBusters.org
 
 
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