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7:45 PM ET, March 1, 2008

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Ann Althouse / Althouse:
“Why are the letters ‘NIG’ on the child's pajamas?”  —  Asks a commenter — “Tom” — on my post about the new Hillary Clinton commercial, the one that shows several children sleeping and then Clinton taking a national security phone call in the middle of the night.
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Zogby:
Reuters/C-SPAN/Houston Chronicle Poll - Democrats Locked in Tight Races: Clinton Closes on Obama in Texas; Pair Deadlocked in Ohio  —  Republican John McCain retains wide leads in Ohio and Texas in advance of Tuesday's primaries  —  UTICA, New York - Democrat Hillary Clinton stemmed her losses …
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Mike Tackett / The Swamp:   Clinton belittles Obama as ‘a lot of talk, little action’
Jerusalem Post:
Abbas: IDF action worse than Holocaust  —  Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas labeled Israel's actions to counter the constant firing of rockets into the Gaza Strip “worse than the Holocaust.”  —  Abbas said that Israel's response to the continuous bombardment of western Negev towns …
Discussion: The New Republic and Israel Matzav
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Jeralyn / TalkLeft:
Obama Adds Nato and Europe to Campaign Speeches  —  After last week's debate when Barack Obama acknowledged he hadn't held a single hearing on Nato and Afghanistan during his year as chair of the European Affairs subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee because he was running for President …
Discussion: TigerHawk
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Anna Johnson / Associated Press:
Ahmadinejad on historic Iraq trip  —  BAGHDAD - President Bush's last trip to Iraq was kept secret until he arrived at a U.S. military base.  Eight hours later he left, after Iraq's leaders traveled to meet him there.  —  In sharp contrast, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's visit …
Discussion: The Daily Dish and USS Neverdock
New York Times:
As Developer Heads to Trial, Questions Linger Over a Deal With Obama  —  Tony Rezko was obviously in trouble.  He was a defendant in at least a dozen lawsuits, federal investigators in Chicago were poking around and his name was in newspaper stories about corruption and fraud.
Rebecca Walker / The Huffington Post:
Feminist Infighting  —  There is a lot of discussion about “feminist in-fighting” of late, spurred by the election.  Jessica Valenti of Feministing.com is doing a piece on the subject for The Nation.  Here is my response to her query:  —  1. The fact is there have always been many …
Discussion: Too Sense
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
Mondale's Red Phone Ad  —  Clinton always plagiarizes, doesn't she?
Discussion: protein wisdom and American Street
Eleanor Clift / Newsweek:
Day of Reckoning  —  A visitor to Clinton HQ sees signs of serious trouble.  —  The day of reckoning for Hillary Clinton is almost here.  The voters in Ohio will either deal a final blow to her campaign or provide a much needed victory that at best will give her a reprieve in the long march to the nomination.
Julie Bosman / New York Times:
'72 McGovern Team Rallies for One of Its Own: Clinton  —  AUSTIN, Tex. — Frank Herrera, a prominent lawyer in Texas, was sitting at home two Saturdays ago when he received a telephone call.  —  The voice at the end of the line was that of an old friend from Senator George McGovern's 1972 …
Discussion: The New Republic
Dan / Riehl World View:
Obama Ad In Texas: Are We Rounding Up Arab-American Families?  —  Update: Seems official - Out of many, One.  —  I haven't had time to look into this stuff from John Batchelor implying even more links between Obama and some dubious figures in, or with links to the Middle East.
Michael Barone / Real Clear Politics:
Throw Out the Maps in 2008  —  It's time to throw out that old map with the red states and blue states.  The map that implies that all but a handful of states will definitely vote Republican or Democratic and that the real contest will be decided in Florida or Ohio or whatever.
Discussion: Riehl World View
Becky Bohrer / Associated Press:
Ship built with WTC steel christened  —  AVONDALE, La. - The USS New York, an amphibious assault ship built with scrap steel from the ruins of the World Trade Center, was christened Saturday as a source of strength and inspiration for the nation.  —  Thousands of people …
 
 
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Sarah Wheaton / The Caucus:
Send in the Celebrities  —  In case the Democratic voters of Texas …
Cincinnati Enquirer:
Enquirer endorses Obama on Democratic side
Maria Gavrilovic / CBS News:
Obama's Visit to the Border
Media Matters for America:
“Media Matters”; by Jamison Foser
This Is London:
TERROR TARGET HARRY ARRIVES BACK IN BRITAIN AS AL QAEDA THREATENS …
Raymond Hernandez / New York Times:
Bloomberg Steps In to Help G.O.P. in Albany Fight
Discussion: Daily Kos and Cogitamus
Jennifer Leahy / Houston Chronicle:
Early Harris County voting for primary turnout ‘unprecedented’
Jonathan D. Glater / New York Times:
Judge Reverses His Order Disabling Web Site
Discussion: TalkLeft and Discourse.net
 Earlier Items: 
Wall Street Journal:
Hedge Funds' Fire Sales Send Muni-Bond Yields To Historic High Levels
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Clinton's mail  —  The late mail in Texas and Ohio is more or less …
Discussion: TRAIL BLAZERS
Eric Lichtblau / New York Times:
Rhetoric: High; Anxiety: Low
Karen Kwiatkowski / The Huffington Post:
War is Good, Isn't It?  —  We have three wardogs in the race for the White House.
The Big Trunk / Power Line:
A LETTER TO 60 MINUTES
Robert Novak / Real Clear Politics:
Bailing Out Barack  —  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Supporters …
Jacques Steinberg / New York Times:
On the Press Bus, Some Questions Over Favoritism
Rick / PoliTex:
Clinton camp tries to change expectations