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2:05 PM ET, August 12, 2007

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The New Republic:
VIVA HUCKABEE!:  —  Here's when I realized Mike Huckabee might be on the verge of something: Shortly after 1 o'clock, Laura Ingraham, our intrepid emcee, introduced each of the straw poll candidates.  Because Romney was speaking immediately after the introductions, and because he'd clearly bused …
Discussion: Booman Tribune and The Debate Link
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Washington Post:
Romney Wins Iowa's GOP Poll  —  Victory Highlights Strategy Difference With Giuliani  —  With a convincing victory in the Republican straw poll here Saturday, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney vaulted himself into the next phase of a presidential nomination battle pitting …
Kevin Freking / Associated Press:
Romney says straw poll win isn't hollow
Jonathan Martin / The Politico:   Romney wins big, Huckabee second
The Atlantic Online:
AMES: Romney WIns; Huckabee In Second
Chase Martyn / Iowa Independent:
Romney Wins Straw Poll, Huckabee Takes Second
Discussion: Marc Cooper
Des Moines Register:
Romney wins, Huckabee in 2nd
Michael van der Galien / The Moderate Voice:
Rift in AK Parti over Gül?  —  This year, elections were held early in Turkey because the AK Parti wanted to make Abdullah Gül president.  Certain secular parties, especially the CHP (founded by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk), opposed this idea very strongly - they do not want an Islamist …
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TODAY'S ZAMAN:
Countdown begins, AK Party denies rift over Gül
Discussion: Turkish Digest
Pete Abel / Central Sanity:   Rhyme or Reason or Close Enough
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
The truth behind the Pollack-O'Hanlon trip to Iraq  —  Last Wednesday, I interviewed Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institution regarding the trip he recently took to Iraq and the highly publicized Op-Ed in the New York Times about his trip, co-written with his Brookings colleague, Ken Pollack.
Monica Hesse / Washington Post:
Fred, Fred, Fred: Thompson's Challenge Has a Name  —  In the swampy soup of hopefuls for the 2008 presidential election, there is a man with a funny name.  (No, not that one.)  —  We're thinking of the one named Fred (Thompson).  —  Say it out loud.  Do it.  Fred.  Fred.  In the South, Fray-ud.
Robert J. Samuelson / Newsweek:
Greenhouse Simplicities  —  We in the news business often enlist in moral crusades.  Global warming is among the latest.  Unfortunately, self-righteous indignation can undermine good journalism.  Last week's NEWSWEEK cover story on global warming is a sobering reminder.
Mark Steyn / The Corner:
The army is refusing to order him to speak to us  —  If this is true, Private Beauchamp has now reached the final phase of the Stephen Glass story - the stage where he's avoiding taking the editor's calls.Colonel Steve Boylan tells The Weekly Standard:
Bill O'Reilly / Boston Herald:
'Bourne' flick is ultimately un-American  —  When "The Simpsons Movie" turns out to be more realistic than "The Bourne Ultimatum," you know something is up.  Nevertheless, the thriller is a big hit, proving once again that film audiences now want live-action cartoons rather than crisp …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Dore Gold / Opinion Journal:
The Dangers of 'Peace' Making  —  America's latest efforts merely entrenched al Qaeda in the Gaza Strip.  —  The U.S. and other Western powers are pushing for a new Israeli-Palestinian breakthrough, to help contain Iran and undercut the appeal of al Qaeda and radical Islam.
Discussion: Power Line and Israel Matzav
Charles Levinson / Telegraph:
Hizbollah buys frontier land to attack Israel  —  Hizbollah is buying up large tracts of land owned by Christians and other non-Shias in southern Lebanon as the militant group rebuilds its defences in preparation for a new war with Israel, The Sunday Telegraph has been told.
Ynetnews:
Surveillance video of J'lem shooting  —  (Video) Tapes of Friday gunfire in Old City clearly show Arab-Israeli man grabbing guard's gun and firing it repeatedly, disproving claims that he had been innocent and was 'murdered for nothing'  —  VIDEO - Surveillance videos clearly show Ahmad Mahmoud Khatib …
Washington Post:
How the Fight for Vast New Spying Powers Was Won  —  For three days, Mike McConnell, the director of national intelligence, had haggled with congressional leaders over amendments to a federal surveillance law, but now he was putting his foot down.  "This is the issue," said the plain-spoken …
Charlie Savage / Boston Globe:
US doles out millions for street cameras  —  Local efforts raise privacy alarms  —  WASHINGTON — The Department of Homeland Security is funneling millions of dollars to local governments nationwide for purchasing high-tech video camera networks, accelerating the rise of a "surveillance society" …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
George F. Will / Washington Post:
Obama Judges a Judge  —  Sen. Barack Obama recently told some Iowa farmers that prices of their crops are not high enough, considering what grocers are charging for other stuff: "Anybody gone into Whole Foods lately and see what they charge for arugula?"  Living near the University of Chicago …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Mark Steyn / Orange County Register:
Warm-mongers and cheeseburger imperialists  —  Something rather odd happened the other day.  If you go to NASA's Web site and look at the "U.S. surface air temperature" rankings for the lower 48 states, you might notice that something has changed.  —  Then again, you might not.
Discussion: Blue Crab Boulevard and Althouse
 
 
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Atrios / Eschaton:
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Kim Gamel / Associated Press:
5 U.S. soldiers killed south of Baghdad
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BBC:
Tory plan for red tape 'tax cut'
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Peter J. Boyer / New Yorker:
MAYBERRY MAN  —  Is what New York never liked about Rudy …
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Andrew Anthony / Observer:
When did the police start collaring television?
Discussion: normblog
KSAT-TV:
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Ahmed Rashid / Washington Post:
Musharraf's State of Emergency
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
Maggie Michael / Associated Press:
Threats force Egyptian convert to hide
Joshua Zumbrun / Washington Post:
The Sacrifices of Albania's 'Sworn Virgins'
Ann Althouse / Althouse:
"On every level, I'm very resentful... Not of my husband …
Discussion: New York Times
Antony Jay / Times of London:
Confessions of a BBC liberal
Discussion: alicublog