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9:35 AM ET, September 24, 2007


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Brzezinski: U.S. in danger of 'stampeding' to war with Iran  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — Former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski likened U.S. officials' saber rattling about Iran's alleged nuclear ambitions to similar statements made before the start of the Iraq war.
Discussion: Vidiot Speak
James Carroll / Boston Globe:
N.Y. site transcends boundaries  —  SO MAHMOUD AHMADINEJAD is forbidden by the United States to visit Ground Zero.  Iran's president is to address the United Nations tomorrow, and while in New York, he had hoped to go to the World Trade Center site, as so many visitors do.
Discussion: Jules Crittenden and TIME
Manny Fernandez / New York Times:   New York Grudgingly Opens Door to Ahmadinejad
Rick Moran / Right Wing Nut House:
'Meet the Press' transcript for Sept. 23, 2007  —  Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan  —  MR. TIM RUSSERT: Our issues this Sunday: the Iraq war, healthcare, campaign fund-raising and more.  Our Meet the Candidates 2008 series continues.
Anne E. Kornblut / Washington Post:
Hitting All the Sunday Talk Shows, Clinton Says a Lot but Reveals Little
Discussion: MSNBC, Boston Globe and Oliver Willis
PR Newswire:
Statement by Eli Pariser, Political Action Executive Director, Resolving the New York Times Ad Rate Issue  —  WASHINGTON /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — In the Public Editor column of today's New York Times, the Times' vice president admits that, without the knowledge or consent …
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
New York Times Says It Violated Policies Over MoveOn Ad
Discussion: MSNBC
Roger L. Simon / Pajamas Media:
David M. Schizer /
STATEMENT BY DAVID M.SCHIZER RE: SIPA INVITATION TO MAHMOUD AHMADINEJAD  —  A controversy has developed about the invitation extended to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran by the Columbia School of International and Public Affairs.  Although Columbia Law School was not involved in arranging …
Washington Post:
U.S. Aims To Lure Insurgents With 'Bait'  —  A Pentagon group has encouraged some U.S. military snipers in Iraq to target suspected insurgents by scattering pieces of "bait," such as detonation cords, plastic explosives and ammunition, and then killing Iraqis who pick up the items, according to military court documents.
The Future in our Hands: Addressing the Leadership Challenge of Climate Change … UN SECRETARY-GENERAL CONVENES WORLD LEADERS TO BUILD MOMENTUM FOR CLIMATE CHANGE TALKS IN BALI  —  United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will seek to advance the global agenda on climate change …
Alec MacGillis / Washington Post:
Giuliani's Rhetoric on Terror Contrasts With His Record  —  As Rudolph W. Giuliani campaigns for president, he rarely misses a chance to warn about the threat from terrorists.  "They hate you," he told a woman at an Atlanta college.  They "want to kill us," he told guests at a Virginia luncheon.
Henry Samuel / Telegraph:
French PM Fillon tells farmers 'France is broke'  —  France is bankrupt and can no longer afford to pay its workers generous salaries and subsidies, its prime minister has declared.  —  Francois Fillon made the undiplomatic outburst during a trip to the French island of Corsica, where farmers were demanding more government money.
The Politico:
Indiana Sen. Bayh to endorse Clinton  —  Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) will endorse Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) on Monday, Democratic sources tell  —  Bayh is a moderate Democrat whose blessing could help Clinton pick up votes in Republican states.
Michael Goodwin / NY Daily News:
Now playing left field...
Discussion: TBogg and Wake up America
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Politics in Black and White  —  Last Thursday there was a huge march in Jena, La., to protest the harsh and unequal treatment of six black students arrested in the beating of a white classmate.  Students who hung nooses to warn blacks not to sit under a "white" tree were suspended for three days …
The Corner:
Free-Speech Hypocrisy  —  Institutional memory is short, so just a flashback to the Qadhafi speech at Columbia.  The sad thing is that while faculty fall all over themselves to bring repressive dictators to campus, many dissidents from the same countries are ignored.
Philip Shenon / New York Times:
Post-9/11 Cases Fuel Criticism for Nominee  —  The 21-year-old Jordanian immigrant was in shackles when he was brought into the courtroom of Judge Michael B. Mukasey in Federal District Court in Manhattan.  —  It was Oct. 2, 2001, and the prisoner, Osama Awadallah, then a college student …
Discussion: Rook's Rant
Steve Lohr / New York Times:
Buy a Laptop for a Child, Get Another Laptop Free  —  One Laptop Per Child, an ambitious project to bring computing to the developing world's children, has considerable momentum.  Years of work by engineers and scientists have paid off in a pioneering low-cost machine that is light, rugged and surprisingly versatile.
Discussion: Publius Pundit
John Fund / Opinion Journal:
North to the Future  —  The men who gave us the "Bridge to Nowhere" may be headed there themselves.  —  On Friday Alaska's Gov. Sarah Palin ordered the state to prepare a "fiscally responsible" alternative to the infamous "Bridge to Nowhere," which made the state a national laughingstock …
Discussion: Betsy's Page
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