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12:00 PM ET, November 9, 2007

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Rudy Giuliani won't say if he'd pardon Kerik as President  —  BY MARY RAE BRAGG in Dubuque, Iowa, and DAVID SALTONSTALL in New York  —  Rudy Giuliani refused to say if he'd consider pardoning his old friend Bernie Kerik - who was indicted Thursday on federal corruption charges - if elected President.
JoinRudy2008:
PAT ROBERTSON ENDORSES RUDY GIULIANI FOR PRESIDENT
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
Scarecrow / Firedoglake:
Giuliani Gets America's Stupidest Endorsement
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Dan Eggen Paul Kane / Washington Post:
Senate Confirms Mukasey By 53-40
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Clinton tops 2008 rivals, gets $530M in earmarks  —  Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) has won tens of millions of dollars more in federal earmarks this year than her rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination, even though two of them have significantly more Senate seniority.
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On Campaign Bus, Obama Opens Up About Challengers  —  Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) took on his two principal rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination Thursday, arguing that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) cannot appeal to independents and Republicans as effectively as he can and asserting …
Jeff Zeleny / The Caucus:
'President Clinton's Not on the Ballot'
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Peggy Noonan / Opinion Journal:
Things Are Tough All Over  —  But Mrs. Clinton is no Iron Lady.  —  The story as I was told it is that in the early years of her prime ministership, Margaret Thatcher held a meeting with her aides and staff, all of whom were dominated by her, even awed.  When it was over she invited …
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Bill Clinton takes blame for health care plan failure  —  GLENWOOD, Iowa (AP) - Former President Clinton said Thursday that he is to blame for his administration's failed health care plan, not his wife, who spearheaded the effort.  —  Clinton was asked about the plan during a campaign event …
Discussion: JustOneMinute and Cafe Hayek
NPR:
Editor's Note: The Tale of the Tip  —  · It started as an aside in a longer interview, but it became an Internet sensation within hours.  —  Anita Esterday, a waitress at the Maid-Rite in Toledo, Iowa, told NPR's David Greene in a report that aired on Morning Edition Thursday that …
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Jim Rutenberg / New York Times:
Clinton Gets an Instant Chance to Wield a New Weapon
Fisnik Abrashi / Associated Press:
59 schoolchildren killed in Afghan blast  —  KABUL, Afghanistan - Dozens of schoolchildren and five teachers were among those killed in a suicide attack in northern Afghanistan earlier this week — the country's deadliest since the fall of the Taliban — the government said Friday.
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Michael Stittle / CTV.ca:   Warlords no better than Taliban, says Afghan MP
David Brooks / New York Times:
History and Calumny  —  Today, I'm going to write about a slur.  It's a distortion that's been around for a while, but has spread like a weed over the past few months.  It was concocted for partisan reasons: to flatter the prejudices of one side, to demonize the other and to simplify …
Karl Rove / Opinion Journal:
A Failure to Lead  —  The Democratic Congress is more interested in acting out than in taking positive action.  —  This week is the one-year anniversary of Democrats winning Congress.  But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid probably aren't in a celebrating mood.
Josh White / Washington Post:
Waterboarding Is Torture, Says Ex-Navy Instructor  —  A former Navy survival instructor subjected to waterboarding as part of his military training told Congress yesterday that the controversial tactic should plainly be considered torture and that such a method was never intended for use …
Joerg Wolf / The Moderate Voice:
Germany's Day of Destiny  —  While 9/11 has shaped US foreign policy and national identity significantly, German identity and foreign policy has been shaped even more by 9.11. — that's how we write "November 9th."  —  This is what happened on November 9th in Germany:
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Associated Press:   Merkel, Bush to focus on Iran in talks at Texas ranch
USA Today:
Father defends Bush on Iraq war  —  COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Former president George H.W. Bush forcefully defended his son's handling of the Iraq war Thursday, saying critics of the current president have forgotten the "extraordinary brutality" of deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
Discussion: Think Progress and Telegraph
 
 
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