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1:20 PM ET, January 18, 2008

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Molly Ball / Las Vegas Review-Journal:
THE NEVADA CAUCUS: Poll: Nevada going to Clinton, Romney  —  Obama picks up no ground; Giuliani fades  —  Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Mitt Romney have comfortable leads in Nevada going into Saturday's presidential campaign caucuses, according to a new Review-Journal poll.
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Zogby:
Reuters/Zogby Polls: McCain Retains South Carolina Lead; Clinton Leads Obama in Nevada  —  South Carolina  —  Arizona Sen. John McCain is holding on to his lead in South Carolina as the Republican primary election there approaches, a new Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby three-day telephone tracking poll shows.
Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
The martyrdom of John McCain  —  COLUMBIA, S.C. - The national media thinks John McCain is under siege again, and his campaign is only too happy to help reporters file their stories.  —  At a rally Thursday, outside McCain's headquarters just down the street from the state capitol here …
Michael Cooper / New York Times:
Confederate Flag Takes Center Stage Once Again  —  COLUMBIA, S.C. — The Republican presidential candidates on Thursday moved to appeal to different types of conservative voters before the South Carolina primary, with Mike Huckabee using colorful language to declare the Confederate flag …
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Byron York / The Hill:
The president of Florida
Discussion: TownHall Blog and Weekly Standard
Serafin Gomez / FOX Embeds:
Huckabee on SC Flag: In Ark, We'd Tell'em Where to Put the Pole
Discussion: Hot Air and Confederate Yankee
Ross Douthat:
The Limits of Huckabee  —  Rich Lowry's column is tough on him but largely fair, I think.  Despite his populist (or pseudo-populist, as Rod Dreher puts it) flourishes, Huckabee has conspicuously failed to break out of his evangelical base, and while I think Rich slightly underestimates …
Discussion: Eunomia and Crunchy Con
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Rich Lowry / Real Clear Politics:   Huck Hoax: Why He Won't Break Out
Andy Borowitz / The Huffington Post:   Gay Tiger Attacks Huckabee
Michelle Malkin:
Stimulation-palooza!  —  Too many people have been borrowing money and spending beyond their means-charging their credit cards up the wazoo, buying more house than they can afford, etc., etc., etc.  So what's Washington's solution?  Give 'em “tax rebates” so we can spend, spend, spend our way out of recession.
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Martin Kady II / The Crypt's Blogs:
Bush, Congress on same track with fiscal stimulus
Discussion: The Swamp
CNN:
Bush calls for tax relief package
Discussion: Angry Bear
USA Today:
Military: 75% of Baghdad areas now secure  —  About 75% of Baghdad's neighborhoods are now secure, a dramatic increase from 8% a year ago when President Bush ordered more troops to the capital, U.S. military figures show.  —  The military classifies 356 of Baghdad's 474 neighborhoods in the …
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Bill Roggio / The Long War Journal:
Al Qaeda in Iraq's shrinking area of operations
Weekly Standard:
Misjudging McCain  —  He was right about the nuclear option.  —  JOHN MCCAIN HAS COME UNDER HEAVY FIRE from conservatives critical of his alleged apostasies.  To be sure, several of his stances—on tax cuts, illegal immigration, campaign-finance reform—stand at odds with the current mainstream of American conservatism.
Discussion: TownHall Blog
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Mark R. Levin / The Corner:   Response to Misjudging McCain
San Francisco Chronicle:
Mauling survivor said he yelled at tiger  —  (01-17) 18:05 PST SAN FRANCISCO — One of the two survivors of the San Francisco Zoo tiger attack that left a 17-year-old dead told the victim's father that the three had yelled and waved at the animal while standing atop the railing of the tiger's exhibit …
Discussion: The Lede and Slog
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
Chris Matthews Backs Off ‘Nasty’ Remark on Clinton  —  Under pressure from feminist groups and his own bosses at MSNBC, Chris Matthews apologized yesterday for remarks about Hillary Clinton that he now admits sounded “nasty."  —  For 10 days, the “Hardball” host had doggedly insisted …
Jackie Kucinich / The Hill:
McCain hit by Hammer on the Hill  —  Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Texas) lambasted Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) Thursday for “betraying” the conservative movement.  —  During a private luncheon with Republican chiefs of staff on Capitol Hill, DeLay — who has criticized McCain for years …
Michael Gerson / Washington Post:
Callous Conservative  —  After watching Fred Thompson debate his Republican rivals, I have often wondered why he is not in the top tier of candidates.  He seems to have John McCain's honesty, without his razor-sharp edges, and Mitt Romney's conservatism, without his jaw-dropping inconsistencies.
David Brooks / New York Times:
How Voters Think  —  People in my line of work try to answer certain questions.  Why did Hillary surge after misting up in New Hampshire?  Why have primary victories produced no momentum for the victors?  Why did John McCain win among Republicans who oppose the Iraq war in both New Hampshire and Michigan …
Christopher Hitchens / Wall Street Journal:
The Perils of Identity Politics  —  Let us give hearty thanks and credit to Rudy Giuliani, who has never by word or gesture implied that we would fracture any kind of “ceiling” if we elected as chief executive a man whose surname ends in a vowel.  —  Yet actually, it would be unprecedented …
New York Post:
THE NEW ‘LEPERS’  —  THE TIMES' TROUBLE WITH VETS  —  I'VE had a huge response to Tuesday's column about The New York Times' obscene bid to smear veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan as mad killers.  Countless readers seem to be wondering: Why did the paper do it?
Joby Warrick / Washington Post:
CIA Places Blame for Bhutto Assassination  —  Hayden Cites Al-Qaeda, Pakistani Fighters  —  The CIA has concluded that members of al-Qaeda and allies of Pakistani tribal leader Baitullah Mehsud were responsible for last month's assassination of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto …
Nedra Pickler / Associated Press:
Obama Debuts New Act in Vegas  —  LAS VEGAS (AP) - The White House campaign has brought a new act to Vegas.  Barack Obama has stepped up his campaign against Hillary Rodham Clinton, and he's trying to use humor to bring her down before this weekend's Democratic presidential caucus.
 
 
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Agent provocateur  —  At his website today, Werner Patels refers …
Ezra Klein / American Prospect:
ROMNEY VS. THE PRESS.
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Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
New Rudy Ad: He Was Stronger Than The Rest Of The World On 9/11
Rasmussen Reports:
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John Hawkins / Right Wing News:
Interviewing Jonah Goldberg About His New Book, Liberal Fascism
Discussion: The Corner
Freddiemac / Matthew Yglesias:
More Flag  —  Here's a [pro-racism] pro-heritage outfit lauding …
Peter Baker / Washington Post:
Campaigning for His Wife, Shadowed by Past Battles
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Judicial Watch:
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New York Post:
HE'S A NEW JEW  —  CNN's chief national correspondent …
Gudjon Helgason / Associated Press:
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Jerry Markon / Washington Post:
Lawmaker Tells Court FBI Agents Bullied Him
Sam Stein / The Huffington Post:
Reagan Advisers See A Bit Of Their Former Boss In Obama
Washington Post:
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