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9:40 PM ET, October 22, 2007

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Media Matters for America:
Beck: "[A] handful of people who hate America ... are losing their homes in a forest fire today"  —  On the October 22 edition of his nationally syndicated radio program, host Glenn Beck stated, "I think there is a handful of people who hate America.  Unfortunately for them, a lot of them are losing their homes in a forest fire today."
WorldNetDaily:
My choice for president  —  A short time ago, I wrote in jest about what I would do if I am elected president.  Of course, that was written all in good fun.  —  Like most of you, over the summer and into the fall, I've been watching, listening, studying and praying about who could lead this country as our next president.
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Amy Sullivan / Time:
Huckabee's Bid for the Christian Right  —  The conflict has been brewing underneath the surface, but the results of the straw poll at Saturday's Values Voters Summit made it official: the real struggle in the 2008 Republican primaries will be not between Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney …
The Palmetto Scoop:
Mike Huckabee has just won the White House  —  CHUCK NORRIS ENDORSES FORMER ARKANSAS GOVERNOR  —  Former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) may have just gone from a dark horse candidate to the lone frontrunner with the announcement that Chuck Norris — who is known for slamming revolving doors …
Christopher Hitchens / Slate:
Defending Islamofascism  —  IT'S A VALID TERM.  HERE'S WHY.  —  The attempt by David Horowitz and his allies to launch "Islamofascism Awareness Week" on American campuses has been met with a variety of responses.  One of these is a challenge to the validity of the term itself.
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Rich Noyes / NewsBusters.org:
The Worst 'Notable Quotables' of the Past 20 Years  —  To commemorate the Media Research Center's 20th anniversary this month, we've just published a special expanded edition of our 'Notable Quotables' newsletter.  This issue contains more than100 of the most outrageous, sometimes humorous …
Discussion: Say Anything and Atlas Shrugs
Mike Dorning / The Swamp:
Obama, the Gospel Singer and Gays  —  A Gospel concert tour organized by the Barack Obama campaign on behalf of the candidate is stirring controversy among some gay activists.  —  The three-day tour through early-voting South Carolina starts this Friday and finishes Sunday with a concert …
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John Amato / Crooks and Liars:
Little taste of Russia: Little Green Footballs removes Ron Paul from their GOP Poll for "gaming" reasons then "games" C&L's Poll  —  You can't make this stuff up.  The righties were all in a huff over my Pete Stark post and yes-Charles Johnson, who attacked Jill Carroll after she was released …
Irenep / Michael Yon:
Resistance is Futile  —  October 22, 2007  —  Resistance is futile: You will be (mis)informed.  —  A gulf.  —  A gap.  —  A chasm.  —  A parallel universe.  —  All describe the bizarro-world contrast between what most Americans seem to think is happening in Iraq versus what is really happening in Iraq.
Matt / Think Progress:
Conservatives Attack Gay Dumbledore; Claim Vindication For Jerry Falwell's Homophobia  —  On Friday, British author J.K. Rowling revealed for the first time that Albus Dumbledore, one of the central heroes in the record-breaking Harry Potter series, is in fact a gay man.
Brian Beutler:
How much did the Democrats suck?  —  Last week was, as I noted below, a terrible week for Democrats in Washington and progressive politics more generally.  And the consensus is that, for all intents and purposes, the Democrats blew it.  —  I think that's basically true, but worth examining a bit more deeply.
Bhenderson / And Still I Persist:
Witch Creek Fire  —  We have been linked to by several other weblogs, and I welcome all new readers to this site.  I know most of you folks love my maps.  The base for them is this Google Map site that is full of interesting and useful information.  —  View Larger Map
Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
Poll Tries to Measure Colbert Effect  —  You don't need The Fix to state the obvious: Stephen Colbert is everywhere right now.  —  Following the announcement of his presidential ambitions last week, Colbert has chalked up quite a run of political coverage, capping the week with an appearance …
 
 
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Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
Va. Senate: Davis Expected to Opt Out of Race
Jake Tapper / ABCNEWS:
Thompson's Daughter's Death Informs Right-to-Die Stance
Carrie Budoff Brown / The Politico:
Craig pays lawyer with campaign funds
Discussion: Cliff Schecter
Associated Press:
Is a photo worth a thousand votes?
Discussion: Discourse.net
Chris Dodd / The Huffington Post:
My Oath of Office  —  As required by Article 6 of the U.S …
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Video: Lt. Michael Murphy awarded the Medal of Honor
WorldNetDaily:
White House helped craft 'gay'/transsexual rights bill
Sharon Weinberger / Danger Room:
The Times' Blackwater-Air Force Conspiracy
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Klaus Marre / The Hill:
Waxman: Blackwater may have engaged in tax evasion
Nicole Belle / Crooks and Liars:
"For the President's amusement...."
Discussion: WTF Is It Now?!?
CNN:
Reid: No 'rubber-stamp' on Bush's war request
Andrew Sullivan / The Atlantic Online:
McCain's Home Run
David Koenig / Associated Press:
Mistrial declared in Muslim charity case
River / riverbendblog.blogspot.com:
Bloggers Without Borders...
Washington Post:
Dishwashers for Clinton  —  DONORS WHOSE addresses turn out to be tenements.
 

 
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OCCRP:
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