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4:05 AM ET, November 25, 2007

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ScrippsNews:
Many Americans still believe in conspiracies  —  Nearly two-thirds of Americans think it is possible that some federal officials had specific warnings of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, but chose to ignore those warnings, according to a Scripps Howard News Service/Ohio University poll.
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Andy Soltis / New York Post:
'BLAME U.S. FOR 9/11' IDIOTS IN MAJORITY  —  'PLOTS' THICKEN IN SHOCKING POLL  —  Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the federal government had warnings about 9/11 but decided to ignore them, a national survey found.  —  And that's not the only conspiracy theory with a huge number of true believers in the United States.
Jonathan Schwarz / MoJoBlog:
A Look Back at John Howard  —  Today Australian Prime Minister John Howard was ousted by the Labor Party, which easily took back control of Parliament from Howard's party.  The defeat was so severe Howard may even lose his own seat.  —  So, now is a good time to look back at something little-noticed …
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Tim Johnston / New York Times:
Australian Premier, an Ally of Bush, Is Defeated
Discussion: The Democratic Daily
Michelle Malkin:
John Howard loses in Australia
Linda Boyd / Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
Impeachment: If not now, when?  —  Lawmakers need to stand up for the Constitution and support impeachment  —  The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.
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Michelle Malkin:
The impeachment circus never takes a holiday  —  Democrat leaders might have thought they put the impeachment circus to rest on November 6.  But as I noted, the nutroots are gearing up for a stage production of a Beltway impeachment play that'll open after New Year's-and over this Thanksgiving holiday …
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Kevin Sack / New York Times:
Massachusetts Faces a Test on Health Care
Discussion: The Swamp
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Washington Post:
lib  •er  •tar  •ian  —  a person who believes in the doctrine of the freedom of the will  —  2. a person who believes in full individual freedom of thought, expression and action  —  3. a freewheeling rebel who hates wiretaps, loves Ron Paul and is redirecting politics
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Julia Preston / New York Times:
Revised Rule for Employers That Hire Immigrants  —  The Bush administration will suspend its legal defense of a new rule issued in August to punish employers who hire illegal immigrants, conceding a hard-fought opening round in a court battle over a central measure in its strategy to curb illegal immigration …
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David Espo / Associated Press:
Social Security to become key issue
Discussion: MyDD
Telegraph:
Disabled veterans jeered at swimming pool  —  Injured soldiers who lost their limbs fighting for their country have been driven from a swimming pool training session by jeering members of the public.  —  The men, injured during tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, were taking part in a rehabilitation session …
Discussion: Daily Mail
New York Times:
U.S. Scales Back Political Goals for Iraqi Unity  —  With American military successes outpacing political gains in Iraq, the Bush administration has lowered its expectation of quickly achieving major steps toward unifying the country, including passage of a long-stymied plan to share oil revenues and holding regional elections.
Times of London:
US is'worst' imperialist: archbishop  —  THE Archbishop of Canterbury has said that the United States wields its power in a way that is worse than Britain during its imperial heyday.  —  Rowan Williams claimed that America's attempt to intervene overseas by "clearing the decks" with a …
Discussion: Six Meat Buffet
Brit Hume / Fox News:
Global Warming Debate Is Not One-Sided on College Campuses  —  Now some fresh pickings from the Political Grapevine:  —  Kids These Days  —  A series of articles in student newspapers at well-regarded institutions of higher learning indicate that not all young people are buying what the global warming alarmists are selling.
Discussion: Don Surber and protein wisdom
Andrea Jones / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Emory building draped in black to save birds  —  Many crash into environmentally friendly design with soaring glass windows  —  It is one of Emory University's most environmentally friendly buildings, a hallmark of the institution's efforts to "go green."  To hear John Wegner describe it, it's also a slaughterhouse.
Discussion: The Belmont Club
Clifford J. Levy / New York Times:
Kasparov Gets 5 Days in Jail for Marching  —  Garry Kasparov, the former chess champion and opposition leader, was arrested Saturday and sentenced to five days in jail after trying to lead a march to the offices of the federal election authorities.  —  Mr. Kasparov was taken into custody during …
 
 
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Matthew Barakat / Associated Press:
Saudi Islamic school defends self against 'Terror High' label
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Howard W. French / New York Times:
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NEWS.com.au:
Tasers a form of torture, says UN
Directorblue / Doug Ross:
The bizarre ties between the Clintons, Vin Gupta and InfoUSA
Discussion: Big Lizards and Gateway Pundit
Tom Curley / Washington Post:
Railroading A Journalist In Iraq
The Atlantic Online:
The Iranian Line  —  Interesting stuff: "Iran's ambassador …
David Zahniser / Los Angeles Times:
L.A. mayor, reporter end their affair, sources say
Discussion: TalkLeft and LA Observed
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The San Francisco Chronicle deceives its readers through comment-deletion trickery
John Distaso / New Hampshire Union Leader:
Guinta backing Giuliani for the GOP nomination
Los Angeles Times:
35 homes burned in Malibu brush fire
Mark Steyn / Orange County Register:
GOP looks like the party of diverse ideas
Paul Davies / New York Times:
Taking Science on Faith
Discussion: Economist's View
Michael Levenson / Boston Globe:
Romney calls for judge to resign
Michael Kinsley / Washington Post:
Who Needs Experience?  —  Hillary Clinton declared the other day …
Terry Tang / Associated Press:
Illegal immigrant rescues boy in desert