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6:45 PM ET, October 23, 2007


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Charles Babington / Associated Press:
House bid to censure Stark falls short  —  WASHINGTON - Republicans failed in an effort Tuesday to have the House censure Rep. Pete Stark, D-Calif., who said in a congressional speech last week that U.S. troops are being sent to Iraq "to get their heads blown off for the president's amusement."
Jackie Kucinich / The Hill:
Stark makes tearful apology, censure fails
Scott Lindlaw / Associated Press:
Civility Reigns at San Diego Stadium  —  SAN DIEGO (AP) - Like Hurricane Katrina evacuees two years earlier in New Orleans, thousands of people rousted by natural disaster fled to the NFL stadium here, waiting out the calamity and worrying about their homes.
Brian Maloney / The Radio Equalizer:
Southern California Wildfires, Liberal Talk Radio
Discussion: The Corner, CNN and Hot Air
Howard Fineman / MSNBC:
The Clinton family machine  —  Union ties one example of couple's joint effort to return to White House  —  Presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., and former President Bill Clinton at a September campaign rally at Market Square in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Discussion: TIME and Political Radar
David Weigel / The American Conservative:
It Takes an Agenda  —  Conservatives cannot live by Hillary-hate alone.
Discussion: QandO
James Joyner / Outside The Beltway:
Hating Hillary Not Enough
Brian Faughnan / Weekly Standard:
Charlie Cook: Foreign Policy Errors May Cost Democrats White House  —  Charlie Cook is one of the nation's leading election analysts and progonosticators.  In his latest column (sent by E-mail, with no link currently available), he warns that while everything seems to be going Democrats' way, their streak of good luck is bound to end.
Brian Faughnan / Weekly Standard:   Democrats Searching for Direction on FISA
Mark Halperin / The Page:
Thompson's Plan to Fight Illegal Immigration  —  From Thompson campaign:  —  Thompson Announces Plan to Secure Border, Enforce Existing Immigration Laws  —  Senator Fred Thompson today unveiled a comprehensive border security and immigration enforcement proposal that would make America safer …
Klaus Marre / The Hill:
Tancredo calls immigration police on participants of congressional staff meeting
Discussion: Think Progress
Techmeme News:
What are memeorandum's top 100 sources?  —  The ascent of blogs and other independent publishers has expanded and revitalized political dialogue in the United Status.  While the "mainstream" media remains the primary source of factural reporting, they no longer own the agenda.
Greg Sargent / Election Central:
MoveOn And Top Bloggers To Launch Campaign Pressuring Hillary And Obama To Back Dodd On FISA  —  Another interesting twist in the Dodd-FISA story.  —  In a move that will up the pressure on Hillary and Barack Obama to stand firm against the Senate telecom immunity FISA bill …
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Faiz / Think Progress:
Limbaugh calls female MSNBC anchor 'wifey' and 'whiney.'  —  On MSNBC's Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough had on right-wing radio host Rush Limbaugh to "talk about the Republican field."  But Limbaugh quickly interjected and said he first had a comment about CNBC business analyst Erin Burnett …
Giuliani Defends, Employs Priest Accused of Molesting Teens  —  Presidential candidate Rudolph Giuliani hired a Catholic priest to work in his consulting firm months after the priest was accused of sexually molesting two former students and an altar boy and told by the church to stop performing his priestly duties.
Discussion:, Wonkette and Beliefnet
Office Of The President / Incorrect University:
Berkeley Video: Extensive Coverage Plus Photos  —  Here is the video produced by Incorrect University on the Berkeley campus.  There is extensive coverage of the organizers, and participants, including Nonie Darwish and the leftist protesters that tried to disrupt her speech.  Enjoy!
Michael Goldfarb / Weekly Standard:
The NYTimes is Shameless  —  From the first line of today's editorial: … What can you say to that?  The editors at the Times have clearly stopped reading their own newspaper.  Here's an AP story published in today's paper: … That's the lede...I'm sure the AP would have stacked it with bad news if they could have.
Keith L. Alexander / Washington Post:
Judge Set to Lose Job, Sources Say  —  Panel Reportedly Votes Against Reappointment  —  Roy L. Pearson Jr., whose $54 million lawsuit against a Northeast Washington dry-cleaning shop was rejected in court, is about to lose his job as an administrative law judge, sources said last night.
'You can't lump all terrorists together'  —  Michael Tomasky asks Hillary Clinton about Iraq, the legacy of the Cold War, Mukasey and ceding executive powers  —  I want to start with some questions about foreign policy and terrorism.  If you become president you'll enter the White House …
New York Post:
BERRY NOSE BETTER THAN THAT  —  HALLE Berry was apologizing last night after she'd made an apparent anti-Semitic joke while taping "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" Friday afternoon.  —  The Oscar-winning star, on the show to promote her movie "Things We Lost in the Fire," …
Michelle Malkin:
Shamnesty alert: Dems prepare to ram DREAM Act through with cloture vote  —  I've been keeping you up to date with the latest on the Dems' attempt (with help from open borders Republicans) to ram the DREAM Act through the Senate.  It now looks like a cloture vote is set for tomorrow.
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The Brussels Journal:
Dispatch from the Eurabian Front: Riots in Amsterdam and Brussels
Iraq: Violence-related deaths drop 'remarkably', say authorities and UN
The global-warming hucksters  —  The scaremongers are not always wrong.
Steven R. Hurst / Associated Press:
Sharp drop seen in US deaths in Iraq
Jonathan Weisman / Washington Post:
GOP Finds Hot Button in Illegal Immigration
Michiko Kakutani / New York Times:
9/11 Is Seen as Leading to an Attack on Women
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
Bogus Intel Used in Fight with Islamofascism
 Earlier Items: 
Aaron Gould Sheinin / The State:
Romney polls show S.C. surge
Dave / The Atlantic Online:
"I Don't Mind if We Bomb Next Month or the Month After"
Kevin Drum / Washington Monthly:
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Eric Kleefeld / Election Central:
Kucinich Had A UFO Encounter, According To Friend Shirley MacLaine
Cindy Horswell / Houston Chronicle:
Liberty outraged over grave desecration
Gary L. McDowell / Opinion Journal:
The War for the Constitution
Editor and Publisher:
Stephen Colbert Moves Ahead of Richardson, Closes in on Biden, in National Poll!