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10:25 PM ET, December 14, 2007

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Rasmussen Reports:
Election 2008: Florida Republican Primary  —  Florida: Huckabee 27% Romney 23% Giuliani 19%  —  Mitt Romney's strategy for winning the Republican nomination was to win the early states and build momentum.  Rudy Giuliani's plan was to accept defeats in the early states and come back strong …
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Ed Tibbetts / Quad City Times:
Obama, Huckabee lead new Iowa poll  —  Presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee hold 9-point leads in Iowa with less than three weeks to go before the Jan. 3 caucuses, according to a new poll conducted for the Quad-City Times and other Lee Enterprises newspapers.
Gordon Trowbridge / Detroit News:
New polls in the Michigan primary campaign  —  Two new independent polls of Michigan primary voters out today add to the evidence for a surge for Mike Huckabee in Michigan, a decline for Rudy Giuliani and the possibility of a John McCain surge if the GOP contest draws lots of independents and Democrats.
Rich Lowry / The Corner:
Friday Afternoon Speculative Horserace Thoughts
Discussion: Ross Douthat
Richelieu / Weekly Standard:
Rudy on the Road to Toast City
Associated Press:   How the 2008 candidates chill out
Jay Cost / HorseRaceBlog:
On the Republican Itinerary  —  A few months back I put together …
Liz Sidoti / Associated Press:
Rivals try class warfare against Romney
Discussion: The New Republic
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
The Right and Religion  —  It's amazing to me to watch Rich Lowry and Charles Krauthammer begin to panic at the signs of Christianism taking over the Republican party.  Where, one wonders, have they been for the past decade?  They have long pooh-poohed those of us who have been warning …
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Rich Lowry / Townhall.com:
Huckacide  —  The ghost of Howard Dean haunts the pundit class.  As soon as a candidate of either party spikes up in the polls, he is compared with Dean, who had a spectacular boomlet in the second half of 2003 only to deflate as soon as people began to vote in early 2004.
Redstate:
F-you Country Boy.  Jesus Freaks Need Not Apply.  —  You know the most damnably aggravating thing about this campaign season for me?  I continue to feel compelled to defend Mike Huckabee and I'm still convinced he'd hurt the party were he the nominee.  And as I continue to defend Huckabee …
Deacon / Power Line:
HE'S NOT A DOCTOR OF THEOLOGY, HE JUST PLAYS ONE ON TV  —  In a post-debate interview with CBN News last month, Mike Huckabee claimed that he is uniquely qualified to lead the war on terror because he has a theology degree.  Huckabee said: … The notion that a theology degree constitutes …
Dan Eggen / Washington Post:
Mukasey Rejects Call for CIA Tape Details  —  Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey today sharply rebuffed congressional demands for details about the Justice Department's inquiry into the destruction of CIA interrogation tapes, saying that providing such information would make it appear that the department was …
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David Stout / New York Times:
Attorney General Rejects Demand for Information  —  WASHINGTON — Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey has firmly rejected Congressional demands that he provide information about the Justice Department's investigation into the Central Intelligence Agency's destruction of videotapes showing interrogations …
Spencer Ackerman / TPMmuckraker:
Justice Dept. Blocks House Inquiry into CIA Torture Tapes  —  Only two days after the House intelligence committee inaugurated its inquiry into the CIA's torture tapes by hosting CIA Director Mike Hayden on Wednesday, the Justice Department instructed key CIA officials not to cooperate.
Michael Crowley / The New Republic:
Hillary's New Pitch: "No Surprises"  —  Johnston, Iowa— Hillary just held an extraordinary press conference here after taping an interview with Iowa public television in which she introduced a provocative new theme to her candidacy: "[T]here are no surprises."
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Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Hillary And The Drug Flap: Does Her Campaign Want Issue To Go Away?
Discussion: New York Times, Spin Cycle and The RBC
Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Dodd To Hillary And Obama: Will You Make Good On Your Promise To Support My FISA Filibuster?  —  This morning, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced on the Senate floor that the Senate FISA renewal bill containing immunity for the telecoms would go to the floor on Monday.
Discussion: CNN, Firedoglake and Corrente
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BBC:
Iraqi oil exceeds pre-war output  —  Iraqi oil production is above the levels seen before the US-led invasion of the country in 2003, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).  —  The IEA said Iraqi crude production is now running at 2.3 million barrels per day, compared with 1.9 million barrels at the start of this year.
Kenneth P. Vogel / The Politico:
Huck's gift-givers ended up in state posts  —  Mike Huckabee accepted more than 90 gifts from 21 Arkansans he appointed to state posts during his decade as governor, a Politico analysis of state public records found.  —  Since setting his sights on the White House, those supporters …
The Raw Story:
Wyoming's top Democrat: State's voters 'seem to hate' Hillary  —  SOUTH KOREAN parliament brawls over proposal to impeach prosecutors.
Michael D. Huckabee / Foreign Affairs:
America's Priorities in the War on Terror  —  Summary: The Bush administration's arrogant bunker mentality has been counterproductive at home and abroad.  American foreign policy needs to change its tone and attitude, open up, and reach out.  In particular, it should focus …
Discussion: CNN Political Ticker and The Trail
 
 
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An Arrogant Approach  —  The danger of unilateralism— for the United States and the world
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Huckabee Talks Tough on Mortgage Bailout
Eric Schmeltzer / The Huffington Post:
The War (on Christmas) Is Over!  —  NEW YORK/O'Reilly News Service …
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Clinton Claims Credit for Bill She Didn't Pass
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Bush Demands Freedom to Torture
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Steve Quinn / Associated Press:
Gov. Palin strikes a few poses for fashion magazine
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