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1:55 PM ET, December 31, 2007

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Glenn Thrush / Newsday:
Hillary says she risked life on White House trips  —  VINTON, Iowa - Ever since Barack Obama suggested Hillary Clinton's eight years as first lady were a glorified tea party a few days back, she's looked for an opening to strike back.  —  On Saturday night in Dubuque she pounced …
Discussion: michellemalkin.com and Macsmind
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Beth Fouhy / Associated Press:
Chelsea Clinton Guards Her Words  —  VINTON, Iowa (AP) - It's one thing for Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign to turn down interview requests for the candidate's daughter, Chelsea.  But can't a 9-year-old reporter catch a break?  —  Sydney Rieckhoff, a Cedar Rapids fourth grader and …
CNN:   Prominent Clinton backer criticizes Iowa's role
Elizabeth Drew / The Politico:
First what?  —  In all the excitement over the prospect …
Discussion: Blue Crab Boulevard
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
The Great Divide  —  Yesterday The Times published a highly informative chart laying out the positions of the presidential candidates on major issues.  It was, I'd argue, a useful reality check for those who believe that the next president can somehow usher in a new era of bipartisan cooperation.
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This Is London:
BENAZIR BHUTTO'S SON TO HAVE 24-HOUR ARMED GUARD WHILE STUDYING AT OXFORD  —  Benazir Bhutto's son is to be given 24-hour armed protection by Scotland Yard when he returns to Britain after being named as her political heir.  —  Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, 19, is now regarded as one of the most marked men …
Discussion: The Daily Dish
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Jane Perlez / New York Times:
New Questions in Bhutto's Killing  —  LAHORE, Pakistan — New details of Benazir Bhutto's final moments, including indications that her doctors felt pressured to conform to government accounts of her death, fueled the arguments over her assassination on Sunday and added to the pressure …
Jack Elliott Jr / Associated Press:
Miss. congressman replacing Sen. Lott  —  JACKSON, Miss, - Gov. Haley Barbour on Monday announced his choice for Trent Lott's replacement in the Senate: Rep. Roger Wicker, a conservative congressman.  —  Barbour said it was important to select a person with Lott's “conservative values” …
Discussion: Captain's Quarters and Wonkette
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Tupelo Daily Journal:
BARBOUR PICKS WICKER  —  JACKSON - It's official: U.S. Rep. Roger Wicker, R-Tupelo, is Mississippi's new junior senator.  —  Gov. Haley Barbour announced his choice today at an 11 a.m. news conference in Jackson.  The governor is authorized to appoint an interim senator until …
Nancy Cordes / CBS News:
Huckabee's Morning Run  —  From CBS News Correspondent Nancy Cordes, who's covering the Huckabee campaign:  —  DES MOINES, IOWA — Mike Huckabee has won the photo op battle of the day, and it's only 8am.  He went for a jog around Gray's Lake in Des Moines flanked by some local doctors …
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Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
Huck picks up more priceless pics
Discussion: Hot Air
Jonathan Martin / The Politico:   Pro-Huck group sends out calls hitting Mitt on abortion
Stuart Rothenberg / Real Clear Politics:
In Iowa, Will Edwards Divide and Conquer?  —  While the Democratic race has often, and quite accurately, been described as a choice between change (Barack Obama and John Edwards) and experience (Hillary Rodham Clinton), it has, in the final days before Iowa, become another kind of choice as well.
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John Whitesides / Reuters:
Clinton leads in Iowa but Edwards gains
Discussion: Firedoglake, TalkLeft and MyDD
Joe Klein / TIME: Swampland:
Today in Iowa  —  Coupla thoughts, off the top—I've seen Huckabee …
Discussion: Rising Hegemon
New York Times:
Looking at America  —  There are too many moments these days when we cannot recognize our country.  Sunday was one of them, as we read the account in The Times of how men in some of the most trusted posts in the nation plotted to cover up the torture of prisoners by Central Intelligence Agency interrogators …
New York Post:
HOIST BY THEIR OWN PETARD  —  For the past 20 years, the Media Research Center has been compiling its list of notable quotables.  The quotes, from prominent members of the mainstream news media, provide a clear window into the leftist mindset that pervades most of America's large news organizations.
Discussion: Blue Crab Boulevard
Matthew Yglesias:
If You've Got Nothing Nice to Say  —  I just hope The New York Times Book Review is as kind to my book when the time comes as they were to Jonah Goldberg (of course, realistically we're all just desperately hoping to be reviewed at all): “Yet the title of his book aside …
Discussion: TalkLeft
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WorldNetDaily:
'Liberal Fascism'  —  “Liberal Fascism: The Secret History …
Discussion: The Corner and INSTAPUTZ
Tariq Ali / The Independent:
My heart bleeds for Pakistan.  It deserves better than this grotesque feudal charade  —  Six hours before she was executed, Mary, Queen of Scots wrote to her brother-in-law, Henry III of France: “...As for my son, I commend him to you in so far as he deserves, for I cannot answer for him.”
Jennifer Jacobs / Des Moines Register:
Iowans pick up on Clinton's silence  —  Iowa Falls, Ia.  - Iowans have noticied that Democrat Hillary Clinton is not taking public questions from audiences during her final-push campaign rallies.  —  After her 40-minute monologue ended shortly before 10 p.m. Sunday, Clinton immediately began …
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Michael Bloomberg: Trans-partisan savior  —  Following along in David Broder's excited footsteps, Sam Roberts in The New York Times reports that Michael Bloomberg “is growing increasingly enchanted with the idea of an independent presidential bid, and his aides are aggressively laying the groundwork for him to run.”
Douglas Feiden / NY Daily News:
Bedbug epidemic attacks New York City  —  A bedbug epidemic has exploded in every corner of New York City - striking even upper East Side luxury apartments owned by Gov. Spitzer's father, the Daily News has learned.  —  The blood-sucking nocturnal creatures have infested a Park Ave. penthouse …
Discussion: The Corner
Gateway Pundit:
US Tracks Lowest Monthly Fatalities Since War Began (Updated)  —  You'd have to go back to February 2004 to find a month with comparable numbers.  —  Numbers from icasualties.org  —  With 24 hours remaining...  The US military is on track to see the lowest number of monthly fatalities in Iraq since the war began in March, 2003.
 
 
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William Safire / New York Times:
The Office Pool, 2008  —  THIS is the 34th annual office pool …
Matthew Yglesias:
Kristol's In  —  I've heard some complaints about it …
CNN:
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Marc Ambinder:
Obama's Campaign Manager Makes The Case
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Top 10 foreign policy wish list for 2008
Ian Bruce / Glasgow Herald:
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The Corner:
More on the Klan  —  Lots of readers are sharing stories of the Klan and the like.
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Make-or-Break Time in Iraq?
Andrew Stern / Reuters:
“Perfect storm” of cliches make bad English list
John Fund / Opinion Journal:
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New York Post:
SPITZER-PROBE BOSS IN VACATION UPROAR
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Bloomberg:
Obama's Jakarta Friends Recall a Would-Be Leader, Tattle-Tale
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