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6:05 PM ET, August 6, 2007

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Lucy Morrow Caldwell / Slate:
RUDY GIULIANI'S DAUGHTER IS SUPPORTING BARACK OBAMA.  —  There's one vote that Rudy Giuliani definitely can't count on in his 2008 presidential bid: his own daughter's.  According to the 17-year-old Caroline Giuliani's Facebook profile, she's supporting Barack Obama.
Jose Antonio Vargas / Washington Post:
A Diversity of Opinion, if Not Opinionators  —  At the Yearly Kos Bloggers' Convention, a Sea of Middle-Aged White Males  —  It's Sunday, day 4 of Yearly Kos, the major conference for progressive bloggers, and Gina Cooper, the confab's organizer-in-chief, surveys the ballroom of the massive McCormick Place Convention Center.
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Rick Moran / Right Wing Nut House:
MY EXCELLENT ADVENTURE AT YEARLYKOS  —  Many thanks to Pajamas Media for sending me as a representative of the press to cover YearlyKos.  Not only was my sojourn among the netroots instructive, but the trip supplied enough blog fodder to keep me writing for a week - if I so choose.  —  Don't worry.
Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:
Yearly Kos and the Myth of the White Male
Discussion: Eschaton
Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:
I Guess This Is How It's Done  —  Glenn Greenwald has a very telling interview with Chris Dodd at Salon, where Dodd describes what happened in the Senate with the habeas battle and the Military Commissions Act: … I want you to re-read this passage again, because I had to read it several times …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:   Attention Democrats: GOP fear-mongering does not work
Sen. Russ Feingold / The Huffington Post:   Lessons Not Learned  —  Six years ago, in the aftermath of 9/11 …
Washington Post:
Warrantless Surrender  —  THE DEMOCRATIC-led Congress, more concerned with protecting its political backside than with safeguarding the privacy of American citizens, left town early yesterday after caving in to administration demands that it allow warrantless surveillance of the phone calls …
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Associated Press:
Edwards slams President Clinton over NAFTA  —  CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — Democratic presidential contender John Edwards on Monday criticized former President Clinton, arguing that he allowed corporate insiders to shape the 1993 North American Free Trade Agreement that has cost U.S. jobs.
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Mike Glover / Associated Press:
Obama Criticizes Clinton Over Lobbyists
Discussion: WorkingForChange
Mike Carney / On Deadline:
Latest poll shows growing support for Iraq war policy  —  USA TODAY's Susan Page reports that President Bush is making some headway in arguing that the increase in U.S. troops in Iraq is showing military progress.  —  In the latest USA TODAY/Gallup Poll, taken Friday through Sunday …
David Schraub / The Debate Link:
Can Huckabee Make a Move?  —  Commenting on the recent Republican candidate's debate in Iowa, Steve Benen said of Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee that he "continues to show impressive qualities.  If he had any money and Republicans liked this guy, I might even worry about him."
Matt / Think Progress:
O'Hanlon And Pollack Call For Another 'Six Months Or So' In Iraq  —  Last week, in their now infamous New York Times op-ed, Brookings Institution analysts Michael O'Hanlon and Kenneth Pollack declared "there is enough good happening on the battlefields of Iraq today that Congress should plan on sustaining the effort at least into 2008."
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Editor and Publisher:
Honey, They Shrunk The ....Times? Smaller 'NYT' Coming on Monday
Discussion: IMAO, NewsBusters.org and Media Blog
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
GOP ST. LEGISLATOR: FEAR OF BLACK MAN MADE ME PAY FOR BLOWJOB!  —  You remember a little while back we brought you the story of Florida McCain campaign co-chair, Rep. Bob Allen (R).  Right on the heels of Giuliani Southern Regional Chairman David Vitter's exposure as a serial user of prostitutes …
Eli Lake / New York Sun:
Al Qaeda Cell May Be Loose in U.S., British Plot Hints  —  WASHINGTON — As an American-born spokesman for Al Qaeda threatens to blow up American embassies abroad, intelligence gleaned from last month's British "doctors plot" of car bombers suggests that a Qaeda cell is on the loose in the American homeland.
house.gov:
Feingold, Hinchey Introduce Resolutions Censuring President, Vice President, & Attorney General  —  Resolutions Condemn President and Administration Officials  —  for Misconduct Leading Up Toand During Military Involvement in Iraq,  —  and for Undermining the Rule of Law
Discussion: WorkingForChange
Byron York / National Review Online:
York: Fred Thompson: Criticism of My Wife Should Be Dire...  Over the course of former Sen. Fred Thompson's "testing the waters" exploratory campaign, there have been reports suggesting that his wife, Jeri, has played a big role — perhaps too big a role — in the effort.
Discussion: The Sleuth, MSNBC and Hot Air
CREW:
CREW FILES DOJ COMPLAINT AGAINST MIN. LEADER BOEHNER FOR ALLEGED ILLEGAL LEAK OF CLASSIFIED INFORMATION  —  6 Aug 2007 // Washington, DC - Today, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a complaint with the Department of Justice asking that the Counterespionage Section …
Arlen Specter / Washington Post:
A Less Ambitious Approach to Immigration  —  The charge of amnesty defeated comprehensive immigration reform in the Senate this summer.  It is too important, and there has been too much legislative investment, not to try again.  The time to do so is now.  —  Certainly the government …
Discussion: Lonewacko
Confederate Yankee:
Further Confirmation: No Burned Woman Here  —  Adding to the debunking of The New Republic's new claim that "burned contractor" story took place in Kuwait before PV-2 Scott Thomas Beauchamp deployed into a combat zone, U.S. Army Public Affairs Chief PAO for US ARCENT Kuwait LTC Andy Sams replies to an emailed inquiry about the claim:
Paul Elias / Associated Press:
Secret call log at heart of wiretap challenge  —  SAN FRANCISCO — In open court and legal filings it's referred to simply as "the Document."  —  Federal officials claim its contents are so sensitive to national security that it is stored in a bombproof safe in Washington and viewed …
 
 
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Michael A. Fletcher / Washington Post:
Unconfirmed After 11 Months, EEOC Nominee Says No Thanks
AJStrata / The Strata-Sphere:
NSA Leak Case Moving Out
Oliver Kamm / Guardian:
Terrible, but not a crime
Ashley M. Heher / Associated Press:
Bloggers Consider Forming Labor Union
John Fund / Opinion Journal:
Mad House  —  Congress needs an intervention.
Michael D. Shear / Washington Post:
Democrats Targeted In GOP Debate
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
[TS] Op-Ed Columnist: The Substance Thing
Washington Post:
The Next Intervention