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7:15 PM ET, October 25, 2007

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Salon:
Glenn Greenwald  —  Anonymous Liberal for Glenn Greenwald: Giuliani on torture  —  In his book, former Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin described his experience being tortured by sleep deprivation at the hands of the KGB: … Here's U.S. presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, speaking at a town hall event in Iowa yesterday:
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Michael Cooper / The Caucus:
In His Words: Giuliani on Torture  —  DAVENPORT, Iowa — At a town hall meeting here last night, Rudolph W. Giuliani expanded upon his views of torture.  Here is a transcript of the exchange.  —  Linda Gustitus, who is the president of a group called the National Religious Campaign Against Torture …
Col. David Hunt / Fox News:
America Could Have Killed Usama bin Laden — But Didn't  —  Because there is no shortage of things to yell about regarding the War on Terror, Iraq, Afghanistan, Homeland Security, and so on, deciding what to write about is always fun.  —  This week, I was going to yell about how the Bush …
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Nicole Belle / Crooks and Liars:   Did The White House Miss A Chance To Catch OBL Again?
The Washington Post / The Trail:
Biden Says He's Best Prepared, Stumbles When Talking on Schools  —  Biden speaking to Iowa voters earlier this month.  (AP).  —  In a lengthy interview with the Washington Post editorial board, Sen. Joseph R. Biden Jr. (Del.) asserted that he is more prepared to be president than any other candidate …
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Washington Post:
Biden Stumbles in Interview  —  In an interview with The Washington Post's editorial board, Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) asserted that he is more prepared to be president than any other candidate, disputed the notion that governors are better suited for the White House than senators and warned …
William J. Broad / New York Times:
Satellite Photos Show Cleansing of Syrian Site  —  New commercial satellite photos show that a Syrian site believed to have been attacked by Israel last month no longer bears any obvious traces of what some analysts said appeared to have been a partly built nuclear reactor.
Robert Pear / New York Times:
House Fails to Overcome Veto on Health Bill Vote  —  Once again defying a veto threat from President Bush, the House this afternoon passed a new bill to provide health insurance for 10 million children, but not by a margin large enough to override a promised veto.
Discussion: The Swamp
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Irenep / Michael Yon:
Beauchamp and the Rule of Second Chances  —  October 25, 2007  —  Beauchamp and the Rule of Second Chances: Pass it Along  —  I'd known that General Petraeus was once accidentally shot in the chest, but I first heard the full story this summer in Baqubah, from an eyewitness whose account I wrote about in Second Chances.
Faiz / Think Progress:
Cheney falls asleep during Cabinet meeting on wildfires.  —  During a cabinet meeting yesterday, Vice President Cheney fell asleep on camera while President Bush was discussing wildfires in California.  A Cheney spokeswoman "laughed it off," telling CNN that the vice president was "practicing meditation."
Greg Sargent / Horses Mouth:
Army Acknowledges Leaking Beauchamp Docs To Drudge, Promises Investigation  —  Updated below.  —  There's been a very interesting turn in the saga of The New Republic's "Baghdad Diarist," the American soldier in Iraq who's been accused of fabricating negative stories about U.S. troops and publishing them in the mag.
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Bob Owens / Pajamas Media:
THE NEW REPUBLIC'S WILLFUL COVER-UP
Maggie Michael / Associated Press:
Al-Qaida anger at Jazeera on Laden tape  —  CAIRO, Egypt - Al-Qaida sympathizers have unleashed a torrent of anger against Al-Jazeera television, accusing it of misrepresenting Osama bin Laden's latest audiotape by airing excerpts in which he criticizes mistakes by insurgents in Iraq.
Andrew Sullivan / The Atlantic Online:
The Ron Paul Wars  —  RedState defends its decision to bar future posters from supporting Ron Paul: … I don't think I qualify as a Neo-Nazi or a Code Pink activist.  Full Wired story here.  But here's a simple message to Ron Paul supporters.  You're welcome here.
Cornelia Dean / New York Times:
'55 'Origin of Life' Paper Is Retracted  —  In January 1955, Homer Jacobson, a chemistry professor at Brooklyn College, published a paper called "Information, Reproduction and the Origin of Life" in American Scientist, the journal of Sigma Xi, the scientific honor society.
David Eggert / Associated Press:
Student hounds prof running for Congress  —  MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. - A politically conservative student armed with a video camera and a Web site is trying to force a Democratic congressional candidate out of his teaching job at Central Michigan University.  —  Dennis Lennox, a 23-year-old junior …
Atrios / Eschaton:
60s  —  I'm getting emails from various 60s era types which roughly suggest that it makes sense that people who lived through that era see everything through the prism of that era because lots of stuff happened.  I don't deny that the 60s were a significant historical and cultural time for the US …
Patrick O'Connor / The Politico:
DCCC launches campaign to build e-mail list  —  The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee will cast its net wide and far through the end of the year to build a bigger bank of online supporters - an increasingly essential element in political fundraising.
 
 
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Andrew Sullivan / The Atlantic Online:
"Effective Liberty"  —  Two of the most chilling words you'll ever hear.
Discussion: Crooked Timber
Andrew Sullivan / The Atlantic Online:
An Ex-Libertarian  —  Glenn Reynolds comes out of the closet …
Liz Sidoti / Associated Press:
Giuliani's police chief could be problem
Discussion: Oliver Willis
Media Matters for America:
O'Reilly: "[S]tudies indicate ... most teachers ... bring …
Bill Maher / The Huffington Post:
Rove Reversal  —  If the Democrats want to win in 2008 they must pull a "Reverse Rove."
Discussion: CANNONFIRE
Cornelia Dean / New York Times:
James Watson Retires After Racial Remarks
Discussion: Beliefnet, Chuck Adkins and Gawker
Faiz / Think Progress:
TP: one of America's 'most dangerous organizations.'
Michelle Malkin:
Olbermann: MaglaGONG, MaglaGONG, MaglaGONG, nyah, nyah, nyah
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Sharon Weinberger / Danger Room:
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Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
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Wonkette:
Larry Craig Scandal: EXCLUSIVE: "I Had Sex with Larry Craig!"
Roger Simon / The Politico:
Iowa Dems to set Jan. 3 caucus date
Michael Rubin / The Corner:
Academic Freedom?  —  Yesterday, the University of Delaware …
Discussion: Israel Matzav
Little Green Footballs:
Ted Rall: Only Idiots Die in Iraq, US IQ Soars