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10:25 AM ET, March 21, 2008


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Barry Massey / Associated Press:
NM Gov. Bill Richardson endorsing Obama  —  SANTA FE, N.M. - New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, the nation's only Hispanic governor, is endorsing Sen. Barack Obama for president, calling him a “once-in-a- lifetime leader” who can unite the nation and restore America's international leadership.
Patrick Healy / New York Times:
Richardson Endorses Obama  —  Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico, who sought to become the nation's first Hispanic president this year, plans to endorse Senator Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination on Friday at a campaign event in Oregon, according to an Obama adviser.
Marc Ambinder:
Richardson Endorses Obama At... 12:08 am PT
Jeralyn / TalkLeft:   Bill Richardson to Endorse Obama
Bill Richardson to endorse Obama
Jeralyn / TalkLeft:
What's in a Passport File?  —  As MSNBC continues to hyperventilate over the breach of Barack Obama's “passport file”, I'm wondering, what's in a passport file?  They aren't saying his State Department file was breached, only his passport file.  I thought a passport file is just a file for your applications.
Discussion: Salon, Time and TigerHawk
2 fired over Obama passport file breach  —  Third employee at State disciplined over accessing candidate's records  —  Two contract employees of the State Department were fired and a third person was disciplined for accessing passport records of Sen. Barack Obama “without a need to do so …
Peggy Noonan / Wall Street Journal:
A Thinking Man's Speech  —  I thought Barack Obama's speech was strong, thoughtful and important.  Rather beautifully, it was a speech to think to, not clap to.  It was clear that's what he wanted, and this is rare.  —  It seemed to me as honest a speech as one in his position could give within the limits imposed by politics.
Discussion: MSNBC and alicublog
Charles Krauthammer / Washington Post:
The Speech: A Brilliant Fraud  —  The beauty of a speech is that you don't just give the answers, you provide your own questions.  “Did I ever hear him make remarks that could be considered controversial while I sat in church?  Yes.”  So said Barack Obama, in his Philadelphia speech about his pastor …
Discussion: Real Clear Politics and Sadly, No!
E. J. Dionne Jr / Washington Post:
Another Angry Black Preacher
Discussion: The Daily Dish
David Neiwert / Firedoglake:
The Media's Race Problem
Discussion: DownWithTyranny! and Time
Kate Phillips / The Caucus:
Photograph of Bill Clinton and Rev. Wright Surfaces  —  During one of the most difficult periods in the presidency of Bill Clinton, he addressed a group of clerics at an annual prayer breakfast in September 1998 just as the Starr report outlining his dalliance with Monica Lewinsky was about to be published.
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Jeremiah Wright was White House guest  —  The recent coverage of Rev. Jeremiah Wright has often cast him as a marginal, almost fringe figure, but Trinity Church is a major Chicago institution, and Wright has long been a prominent pastor on the American scene.
Ben Smith / The Politico:
Can Clinton win popular vote, superdelegates?  —  The apparent collapse of planned new votes in Florida and Michigan could push victory on a key symbolic measure — the primary season popular vote — beyond Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's grasp.  —  Clinton's top supporters, including her husband …
Jonathan Weisman / Washington Post:
Michigan Ends Revote Bid
Dan Morain / Los Angeles Times:
Presidential candidates pull in $790 million
Discussion: New York Times and Cliff Schecter
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Partying Like It's 1929  —  If Ben Bernanke manages to save the financial system from collapse, he will — rightly — be praised for his heroic efforts.  —  But what we should be asking is: How did we get here?  —  Why does the financial system need salvation?  —  Why do mild-mannered economists have to become superheroes?
New York Times:
U.S. Defends Tough Tactics With Spitzer  —  WASHINGTON — The Justice Department used some of its most intrusive tactics against Eliot Spitzer, examining his financial records, eavesdropping on his phone calls and tailing him during its criminal investigation of the Emperor's Club prostitution ring.
Jonathan S. Landay / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
Bush erroneously says Iran announced desire for nuclear weapons  —  WASHINGTON — President Bush contended that Iran has “declared they want a nuclear weapon to destroy people” and that the Islamic Republic could be hiding a secret program.  —  Iran, however, has never publicly proclaimed …
Michael Hirsh / Newsweek:
Hillary's Economic Hail Mary  —  With time running out on her campaign, Clinton announces a plan on the financial crisis. … Hello, Hillary?  Hate to wake you, but it's 3 o'clock in the morning, and we have a real crisis.  It's your campaign, senator.  It's Hail Mary time.
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Discussion: Commentary and Publius Pundit
Karl Rove / Wall Street Journal:
Democrats Are Still Weak on Security
Discussion: Hot Air and MSNBC
Patrick Healy / New York Times:
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Discussion: Think Progress
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Agence France Presse:
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Media moguls make plays for Newsday
Discussion: Attytood and Romenesko
John Gizzi / Human Events:
Will Hagel Bolt GOP Ticket In '08?
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Discussion: The Swamp
Patrick Ruffini / TownHall Blog:
Defending Soren Dayton
John McWhorter & Glenn Loury: If Obama Wasn't Black Before, He Sure Is Now
Discussion: PrestoPundit
Aaron Klein / WorldNetDaily:
Obama church published Hamas terror manifesto