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Joe Gandelman / The Moderate Voice:
Bill Clinton On Sharp Attack Against Obama Again (UPDATED)  —  The upcoming primaries in Ohio and Texas are widely-considered as critical for Senator Hillary Clinton to regain momentum against Senator Barack Obama.  So, just as he surfaced after his wife lost Iowa and began a series …
Shaun Mullen / The Moderate Voice:
Politics & Never Having To Say You're Sorry  —  For someone whose handlers said they didn't expect to win any more February primaries, Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Wisconsin like her life depends on it.  Which politically speaking, it does.  —  Despite numerous promises to take the high road …
Discussion: Financial Times and NewWest
Jeralyn / TalkLeft:
Another Unfounded Media Attack on Bill Clinton  —  Friday night, every cable news show I watched, mostly on MSNBC, took former President Bill Clinton to task for reverting to attacks on Barack Obama, much like he did before the South Carolina primary.  —  Now comes the Dallas Morning News, with just the opposite story.
Discussion: Dallas Morning News
Bruce Tomaso / Dallas Morning News:
Bill Clinton avoids attacks on Obama in East Texas  —  btomaso@dallasnews.com  —  TYLER - On a campaign swing through East Texas on Friday, Bill Clinton said over and over that he has nothing against Barack Obama.  —  “I'm not against anybody,” he told an overflow crowd in the student center at Tyler Junior College.
New York Times:
McCain Calls for Obama to Use Public Financing  —  OSHKOSH, Wis. — Hammering Senator Barack Obama for a fourth straight day, Senator John McCain said here on Friday that he expects Senator Obama to abide by his pledge use public financing for his general election if Mr. McCain does so as well.
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Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Obama would seek McCain deal
Discussion: Daily Kos and MyDD
Kenneth P. Vogel / The Politico:
McCain to hammer Obama on financing
Thomas Joscelyn / Weekly Standard:
Death by Car Bomb in Damascus  —  A founding father of Islamic terrorism gets his just deserts.  —  Late Tuesday night in Damascus, Imad Mugniyah, senior terrorist of Hezbollah, was killed in a car bomb explosion.  It was a fitting death for a founding father of Islamic terrorism, a man who himself had built many bombs.
Discussion: The Corner
Cagle Cartoons / The Moderate Voice:
Guest Voice: Bill Clinton: Threat or Menace?  —  This Guest Voice column is by Will Durst, a political comedian who performs around the world.  Guest Voice posts do not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Moderate Voice or its writers.  —  Bill Clinton: Threat or Menace?  —  Raging Moderate, by Will Durst
New York Times:
Democrats Look to Avoid Convention Rift  —  Some senior Democrats plan to remain neutral for now in the presidential race in part to keep open the option to broker a peaceful resolution to a tight contest.
Wall Street Journal:
KSM, the Victim  —  On Monday, some six years after 9/11, military prosecutors filed charges against Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, al Qaeda's foreign-operations chief, along with five of his conspirators.  They will stand before a military tribunal, and if convicted they could face execution.
Discussion: Captain's Quarters
Dahlia Lithwick / Slate:
It's Not You, It's Me  —  LETTER FROM A YOUNG, HIP, CYNICAL FORMER OBAMAMANIAC.  —  Dear Barack:  —  I know it's kind of lame to break up with you on Valentine's Day.  And on the Internet to boot.  But it's also kind of ironic.  And that's what I need to tell you.
Dean Barnett / Weekly Standard:
The Magical Democrat  —  Enchanted by Obama.  —  To understand Barack Obama's campaign, it's instructive to look back at the last contender to enrapture the left's grassroots, Howard Dean.  In a December 2003 report, the New York Times Magazine explored the personal dimension of the Dean-mania sweeping the Democratic party.
Discussion: Power Line
Elizabeth Williamson / Washington Post:
Government Accountability Chief Resigns  —  One of government's chief internal watchdogs resigned yesterday, as Comptroller General David M. Walker, an outspoken gadfly and frequent witness on Capitol Hill, announced his plans to lead a new foundation focused on U.S. fiscal responsibility.
Discussion: The Reaction
Kyle-Anne Shiver / American Thinker:
Berkeley at the First Amendment Brink  —  As a Southerner, I have watched the Berkeley vs. U.S. Marines brouhaha with a very keen interest.  I'm not all that sure those people in Berkeley know what can happen to people who decide to mess around with the United States government.
Discussion: BLACKFIVE
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Dr. Rusty Shackleford / The Jawa Report:
1,000 Words: Supporting the Troop, Lefty Style
Pamela Hess / Associated Press:
Bush Says Congress Putting US in Danger  —  WASHINGTON — With a government eavesdropping law about to expire, Washington is awash in accusations over who's to blame.  President Bush said Friday that “our country is in more danger of an attack” because of Congress' failure to adopt a Senate bill …
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