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3:10 PM ET, November 10, 2007


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Major Garrett / Fox News:
Clinton Campaign Confirms Planting Town Hall Question, Says It Won't Happen Again  —  SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton's campaign admitted Friday that it planted a global warming question in Newton, Iowa, Tuesday during a town hall meeting to discuss clean energy.
Richard Landes / Pajamas Media:
AL-DURA AND THE "PUBLIC SECRET" OF MIDDLE EAST JOURNALISM  —  The evidence emerging from the ongoing Al Dura trial in France indicates that Western journalists are fully aware that some of the footage they use in their reports on the Mideast conflict is staged, charges Richard Landes.
Discussion: Power Line
Andrew Malcolm / Los Angeles Times:
Clinton admits planting questions in public forum  —  Hillary Clinton stopped at a bio-diesel plant in Newton, Iowa earlier this week to see alternative fuels in the making and drive home the week's campaign theme of her energy plan.  After a tour, the candidate took questions from the crowd.
Michelle Malkin:
Hillary's control freak campaign: The politics of planting questions  —  Looks like FEMA crapweasels aren't the only ones faking questions for the public.  —  Remember when Hillary launched her presidential campaign by touting her folksy bid to start a "conversation-with you, with America?"
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
Is Everyone's Game Fixed Now?  —  One of my favorite films, John Sayles' Eight Men Out, tells the story of the 1919 Chicago White Sox, who threw the World Series for gambler cash.  It shows what happens when people feel an entitlement to something other than integrity.
Martina Stewart / CNN Political Ticker:
Questions planted by Clinton campaign
Sara Just / Political Radar:
Clinton Camp Admits To Planting Questions
Bart Barnes / Washington Post:
Pulitzer Prize-Winner Norman Mailer Dies at 84  —  Norman Mailer, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author who wrote graphically and compellingly about sex and violence, conflict and politics, love and war, as the tempests of his personal life complemented the turbulence of his prose …
Glenn Kessler / Washington Post:
Rice's Management at Issue  —  Critics Cite Blackwater, Baghdad Embassy and Passports  —  Shortly after Condoleezza Rice took charge of the 57,000-person State Department in 2005, she said she relished the challenge of "line responsibility" in leading a large organization.
Associated Press:
Play of the Day: McCain's Mom on Mormons  —  MEREDITH, N.H. (AP) - John McCain's 95-year-old mother, in a swipe at her son's rival Mitt Romney, said Friday that Mormons were to blame for the scandal that rocked the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.  —  During an appearance on MSNBC …
Discussion: Riehl World View and Althouse
Bob Herbert / New York Times:
Recession?  What Recession?  —  If it looks like a recession and feels like a recession ...  "Quite frankly," said Senator Charles Schumer, peering over his glasses at the Fed chairman, Ben Bernanke, "I think we are at a moment of economic crisis, stemming from four key areas …
Learfield / Radio Iowa:
Edwards @ John Mellencamp concert  —  It was 7 p.m. on a Friday night in Des Moines and I was driving to meet friends L, M and S at Wells Fargo Arena where I would see one of my favorite bands, Los Lobos, open for John Mellencamp.  The sound of my phone ringing pierced the interior of my car.
Deb Riechmann / Associated Press:
Bush urges Congress to OK veterans bill  —  CRAWFORD, Texas - President Bush said Saturday that Congress' Democratic leaders should celebrate Veterans Day by finally passing a spending bill covering programs for veterans.  —  "Congressional leaders let the fiscal year end without passing …
Discussion: AMERICAblog
John / Argghhh!:
A STORY YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED, AS THE REGULAR PRESS DOESN'T COVER GOOD NEWS MUCH.  —  This post will be up top all day.  New stuff will come in below.  —  The BlogWorld Expo has been fun and useful.  And today's big post was going to be about that.  —  But not now.
Stephen Labaton / New York Times:
F.C.C. Planning Rules to Open Cable Market  —  The Federal Communications Commission is preparing to impose significant new regulations to open the cable television market to independent programmers and rival video services after determining that cable companies have become too dominant in the industry, senior commission officials said.
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Carpetbagger / The Carpetbagger Report:
Republicans blame the wrong president for overstretched military
Discussion: Prairie Weather
Kevin Drum / Washington Monthly:
Ballistic  —  NUCLEAR....John McCain offered up some criticism …
Raina Kelley /
The Writing On The Wall  —  Good penmanship is more than just a quaint skill.
Discussion: Washington Monthly
USA Today:
Iowa GOP inundated by irate calls from Ron Paul fans
Inside Higher Ed:
Sending in the Class Monitor
Discussion: Althouse and protein wisdom
David Weigel / Reason Magazine:
Feel the Pajamamentum!  —  It's a little-known fact …
Discussion: Dennis The Peasant
Raymond Hernandez / New York Times:
Republicans in Congress Propose Bills on Licenses
Kos / Daily Kos:
Is Rahm racist, or merely scared?
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Glenn Reynolds /
SOME MORE PHOTOS FROM BLOGWORLD EXPO:  —  Pinups for the troops:
Discussion: Pajamas Media and alicublog
Dr Bari: Government stoking Muslim tension
Associated Press:
Anti-abortion postings ordered removed
Paul Kiel / TPMmuckraker:
TPM's Ultimate Kerik Scandal List!
Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés / The Moderate Voice:
Veterans Day 2007: Our Brothers and Sisters On the Job
Fife Symington / CNN:
Ex-Gov. Symington: I saw a UFO
Los Angeles Times:
LAPD defends Muslim mapping effort