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3:15 PM ET, February 26, 2008


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Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Team Clinton: Down, and Out of Touch  —  They are in the last throes, if you will.  As Vice President Cheney knows, such predictions can be perilous.  Still, there was no mistaking a certain flailing, a lashing-out, as two Clinton advisers sat down for a bacon-and-eggs session yesterday at the St. Regis Hotel.
Stephen F. Hayes / Wall Street Journal:
Obama and the Power of Words  —  These are words that move and uplift, that give hope to the hopeless.  These words inspired millions of voters nationwide to join the grand experiment called democracy, casting votes for their candidate, their country, their destiny:
New York Post:
THE MYSTERY SMEAR  —  Just how desperate is the faltering Hillary-for-President team?  Desper ate enough for overt race-baiting?  —  Consider the flap over a photo that popped up on the Drudge Report yesterday, depicting Sen. Barack Obama in traditional Somali garb during a 2006 trip to Kenya - his father's homeland.
Carrie Budoff Brown / The Politico:
Obama stiffs, stifles national press
New York Times:
Clinton Campaign Starts 5-Point Attack on Obama
Chris Orr / The New Republic:
The “Native Clothing” Two-Step
Discussion: Spin Cycle
Rowan Scarborough / Washington Times:
Military fears ‘unknown quantity’  —  Members of Washington's military and defense establishment are expressing trepidation about Sen. Barack Obama, as the Illinois senator comes closer to winning the Democratic presidential nomination and leads in national polls to become commander in chief.
Greg Sargent / Horses Mouth:   John Solomon's Washington Times Presents The Next Obama Smear: Military “Fears” Him
Vincent Rossmeier / Salon:
How to turn white evangelicals into Democrats  —  Amy Sullivan is a senior editor at Time, a liberal Democrat, and an evangelical Christian.  One of those things is not supposed to be like the others, but she argues in her new book that her fellow Democrats need to reach out to her fellow evangelicals …
Discussion: The Mahablog and New York Times
William Skidelsky / Prospect Magazine:
Critical condition  —  143 » Essays » Critical condition  —  Book reviewing may seem in reasonable health.  But the authority of critics is being undermined by a raucous blogging culture and an increasingly commercial publishing industry.  Literary journalism needs to get better if it is to survive
Michael J. Totten:
Guns in the Desert  —  ANBAR PROVINCE, IRAQ - The Humvee slammed to a halt on the desert road between Fallujah and the town of Al Farris.  I peered around the driver's head from the back seat and tried to figure out what was happening.  —  “Why are we stopping?”  I said.  —  “IED,” Sergeant Guerrero said.
David Lat /
Breaking: Monica Goodling Is Engaged!  —  This just in: the super-fabulous Monica Goodling, one of ATL's all-time favorite people, is engaged!  —  Monica Marie Goodling, of Alexandria, is engaged to be married to Michael Krempasky, of Falls Church.  The wedding is planned for later this year.
Bennett Roth / Houston Chronicle:
In Texas Democratic primary, expect a GOP turnout  —  Perhaps fueled by Clinton dislike, many Republicans to vote for Obama  —  BASTROP — At John's barber and styling shop in the historic downtown of this conservative community southeast of Austin, politics is clearly in the air these days.
Michael A. Lindenberger / Dallas Morning News:
Early voters swarm in Texas
Discussion: Democratic Strategist
Jerusalem Post:
Obama: Pro-Israel needn't be pro-Likud  —  “I think there is a strain within the pro-Israel community that says unless you adopt an unwavering pro-Likud ap-proach to Israel, then you're anti-Israel, and that can't be the measure of our friendship with Israel,” leading Democratic presidential …
Discussion: toohotfortnr, New York Sun and Unfogged
Matthew Yglesias:
Getting Bolder  —  Via Spencer Ackerman, this is considerably …
Discussion: The New Republic
David Brooks / New York Times:
The Real McCain  —  You wouldn't know it to look at them, but political consultants are as faddish as anyone else.  And the current vogueish advice among the backroom set is: Go after your opponent's strengths.  So in the first volley of what feels like the general election campaign …
Ardeshir Arian / Pajamas Media:
IRANIAN SHOPPERS RIOT AGAINST MODESTY POLICE  —  It happens every day on the streets of Tehran: a police squad grabbed a young woman for dressing immodestly.  But this time, the young woman fought back: and a crowd defended her and attacked the police.  Thanks to cell phone video, the Internet …
Noam Scheiber / The New Republic:
The Audacity of Data  —  Barack Obama's surprisingly non-ideological policy shop.  —  As a young economics professor in the late 1970s, Richard Thaler began noticing small but nagging ways in which ordinary people defied the predictions of economic theory.
Times of London:
Mansion ‘mistake’ piles the pressure on Barack Obama  —  James Bone in New York and Dominic Kennedy in London  —  A British-Iraqi billionaire lent millions of dollars to Barack Obama's fundraiser just weeks before an imprudent land deal that has returned to haunt the presidential contender, an investigation by The Times discloses.
Alan Breslauer / The BRAD BLOG:
VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Karl Rove Holding A ‘Free Don Siegelman’ Banner  —  Rove Also Denies The Allegations Made In The ‘60 Minutes’ Story By Republican Operative Dana Jill Simpson  —  I got a chance to meet Karl Rove before he spoke at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles last night.
Electa Draper / Denver Post:
Huckabee endorses ‘egg as person’ amendment  —  Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on Monday endorsed a proposed Colorado Human Life Amendment that would define personhood as a fertilized egg.  —  The former Arkansas governor and Baptist minister also supports a human-life amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Karin Brulliard / Washington Post:
Latest E-Mail Scam Offers Reprieve — at a Price — From Killer-for-Hire  —  If only real hit men were so courteous.  —  In recent months, authorities said, about a dozen Fairfax and Stafford county residents have received e-mails telling them that they are about to be killed.
Inside Higher Ed:
Joining the Law School Rankings Game  —  In the highly competitive worlds of law school admissions and faculty recruitment, it often seems as if the Lake Wobegone effect is in full force.  On their Web sites and in the other marketing materials that law schools distribute to raise their profiles …
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Matea Gold / Los Angeles Times:
MSNBC serves political news with a side of opinion
Kevin Drum / Washington Monthly:
SURGE UPDATE....I guess the surge is working so well that we have to keep it up forever:
Jonah Goldberg / Los Angeles Times:
Radicals never say sorry
Sweetness & Light:
Another Photo Of Obama In Muslim Garb?
Discussion: Say Anything and Hot Air
Andrew C. McCarthy / National Review:
15 Years@War
Ted Frank /
Obama, BigLaw, and Taxes(Or: Obama = $34,000 Paycut)
Mike McPhee / Denver Post:
Judge makes lawyers pay for frivolity
Ben Smith / The Politico:
Dodd: “It is now the hour to come together”
Discussion: Oliver Willis
 Earlier Items: 
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
Palin's In  —  As speculation increases on the VP choice …
Discussion: Hot Air and Weekly Standard
Ben Smith / The Politico:
Messing with Texas  —  Bill Clinton, on the Texas caucuses:
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
The Truth, Please, About Iraq
Christopher Maag / Time:
Obama's Ohio Grassroots Advantage
Discussion: The New Republic
Washington Wire:
Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Seek Common Ground
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
David Kurtz / Talking Points Memo:
Washington Post:
A War We Must End
Bill Slips While Stumping for Hillary? ‘If You Elect Me...’
Discussion: The Daily Dish

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Dade Hayes / Deadline:
Paramount CFO Naveen Chopra says the company expects to take about a $1B charge in Q1 due to ongoing programming shifts and previously announced layoffs

Anto Antony / Bloomberg:
Sources: Sony made multiple filings in India to pull out a pact to merge its India operations with Zee Entertainment

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