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11:45 AM ET, December 3, 2007

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Anne E. Kornblut / Washington Post:
Losing Ground In Iowa, Clinton Assails Obama  —  With a new poll showing her losing ground in the Iowa caucus race, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) mounted a new, more aggressive attack against Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) on Sunday, raising direct questions about his character …
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Peter Beinart / Washington Post:
A Non-Story Remakes the Race  —  Last month, Katharine Q. Seelye of the New York Times live-blogged the Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas.  As the discussion bounced from subject to subject, she marked the topic and the time, then gave her thoughts.
Andrew Malcolm / Los Angeles Times:
Hey, Iowa and New Hampshire!  Read this!  —  MILLBRAE, CA.  — Here's a little secret that got out this weekend that should chasten those smug folks in Iowa and New Hampshire who think that just because they are so totally unrepresentative of America as a whole, it is their right to always vote first in presidential years.
Simon Romero / New York Times:
Venezuela Hands Narrow Defeat to Chávez Plan  —  Voters in this country narrowly defeated a proposed overhaul to the constitution in a contentious referendum over granting President Hugo Chávez sweeping new powers, the Election Commission announced early Monday.
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Ian James / Associated Press:
Chavez loses constitutional vote  —  CARACAS, Venezuela - Humbled by his first electoral defeat ever, President Hugo Chavez said Monday he may have been too ambitious in asking voters to let him stand indefinitely for re-election and endorse a huge leap to a socialist state.
Kevin Sullivan / Washington Post:
Sudan's President Pardons British Teacher  —  A British school teacher jailed in Sudan for two weeks after allowing her students to name a teddy bear Muhammad was freed Monday following a pardon by the Sudanese president.  —  President Omar al-Bahir's pardon of Gillian Gibbons allowed …
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Bryan / Hot Air:
Teddy bear teacher pardoned
Discussion: The Jawa Report
Patrick / FishBowlDC:
Imus Is Back!  —  Highlights in bold.  —  6:00 A.M.: Charles McCord opens the program.  "The Imus in the Morning program has returned to the air following a hiatus of nearly 8 months."  Wild applause from the live audience assembled in Times Square's Town Hall.
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Wall Street Journal:
Subprime Debacle Traps Even Very Credit-Worthy  —  As Housing Boomed,  —  Industry Pushed Loans  —  To a Broader Market  —  One common assumption about the subprime mortgage crisis is that it revolves around borrowers with sketchy credit who couldn't have bought a home without paying punitively high interest rates.
Discussion: The BLT, Paul Krugman and On Deadline
Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
Apparent pro-Huckabee third-party group floods Iowa with negative calls  —  A newly-formed group claiming to support Mike Huckabee hit the phones of Iowa Republicans tonight with an automated push-poll attacking Huckabee's GOP opponents and praising the former Arkansas governor.
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Steve Visser / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Giuliani nearly drowned out by rival's supporters  —  It was Rudy Giuliani campaigning for president on the Marietta Square on Sunday afternoon, but anyone listening may well have thought the candidate's name was Ron Paul.  —  "RON PAUL!  RON PAUL!  RON PAUL!"
Discussion: Liberal Values and Don Surber
Telegraph:
Giuliani and Huckabee agree to pull punches
Discussion: The Jawa Report
The Age:
Hague museum pulls offensive Muslim art  —  The city museum of The Hague has decided not to include in an exhibition a work of art that may offend Muslims, it was reported on Monday.  —  The picture, made by Iranian artist Sooreh Hera, is entitled Adam and Ewald and shows two gay men wearing masks …
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Michelle Malkin:
Mohammed Teddy Bear Blasphemy fallout: Teddy bear teacher "pardoned …
Discussion: The Times and BitsBlog
Washington Post:
Banking on Holiday Cheer  —  After a one-year hiatus — and a whole lot of water under the bridge since then — the World Bank is bringing back the office Christmas party.  —  Last year, bank leadership, under then-President Paul Wolfowitz, pulled the plug on holiday festivities …
Discussion: NewsBusters.org
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Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Innovating Our Way to Financial Crisis  —  The financial crisis that began late last summer, then took a brief vacation in September and October, is back with a vengeance.  —  How bad is it?  Well, I've never seen financial insiders this spooked — not even during the Asian crisis of 1997-98 …
Sabin Willett / Boston Globe:
'I will never leave Guantanamo'  —  "WE HAVE important news for you!"  —  Chained to the floor of a cell in Camp Six, Guantanamo, Joseph said nothing.  But he had some news for us, too.  —  The Court of Appeals had decided what record - what pieces of paper - it would examine when it considered his "Detainee Treatment Act" case.
Discussion: DownWithTyranny! and All Spin Zone
Clifford J. Levy / New York Times:
Party's Triumph Raises Question of Putin's Plans  —  With President Vladimir V. Putin's opponents persistently hobbled by the Kremlin, his party swept Sunday to the kind of landslide long predicted for the parliamentary elections.  Yet the results, while a triumph for Mr. Putin …
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Redstate:
Return to that Poll as Mitt Goes to Texas  —  I should not bring this back up.  Those of us who dared to suggest anything along these lines were successfully berated across the internet and in our inboxes for daring to do so.  But I'm going to do so anyway and I'll just steel myself …
Discussion: TownHall Blog
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Post / Washington Post:
Romney to Speak About His Religion
The Corner:
Shocked  —  It took five months and almost 7,000 words, but The New Republic and its editor Franklin Foer have finally retracted the piece "Shock Troops."  —  As most of the blog world knows by now, TNR published "Shock Troops" on July 13 under the byline Scott Thomas …
Discussion: The Atlantic Online
Rudy Giuliani / Wall Street Journal:
The Meaning of Fiscal Conservatism  —  With economic uncertainty weighing on the minds of many Americans, Congress is preparing to recess after another year of profligate spending, protectionist talk and promises of higher taxes.  No wonder some people feel like we're moving in the wrong direction.
 
 
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Lyle Denniston / SCOTUSblog:
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USA Today:
In unsettled GOP field, Huckabee finds footing
Discussion: Captain's Quarters
New York Times:
Lashing Justice  —  Muslims who wonder why non-Muslims …
Discussion: Cold Fury
Michele McPhee / Boston Herald:
'Laxachusetts': Where criminals get coddled
Discussion: michellemalkin.com and Wizbang
The Atlantic Online:
Huckabee To Address Hundreds Of Pastors In Des Moines
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Ben Stein / New York Times:
The Long and Short of It at Goldman Sachs
Michael Corkery / Wall Street Journal:
Troubled Builders, Bargain Seekers United
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Daniel / Venezuela News And Views:
The NO wins in Venezuela  —  This picture is Daniel Duquenal worn …
Times of London:
France stunned by rioters' savagery
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BBC:
A Russian court convicts Evan Gershkovich of espionage and sentences him to 16 years in prison; Wall Street Journal calls the trial a “sham”

Selina Cheng / Columbia Journalism Review:
Selina Cheng says her editor told her that staff advocating for press freedom publicly would create a conflict with WSJ's reporting of the issue in Hong Kong

Los Angeles Times:
LA County Sheriff's Department secretly investigated and urged the state AG to prosecute an LA Times reporter who wrote about a leaked list of problem deputies

 
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