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2:20 PM ET, March 31, 2008

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Rasmussen Reports:
Election 2008: New Jersey Presidential Election  —  New Jersey: McCain in Toss-Up with Both Clinton and Obama  —  John McCain holds statistically insignificant leads over both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in New Jersey.  It's McCain 45%, Clinton 42% and McCain 46%, Obama 45%.
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Byron York / The Corner:
Clinton, Obama, and the Racial Divide  —  It has now become conventional wisdom that Barack Obama has weathered the storm over Rev. Jeremiah Wright.  Exhibit A in the discussion is last week's NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, which, it is said, shows that Hillary Clinton suffered more than Obama from the Wright controversy.
Jackie Calmes / Wall Street Journal:
New Backing for Obama As Party Seeks Unity  —  WASHINGTON — Slowly but steadily, a string of Democratic Party figures is taking Barack Obama's side in the presidential nominating race and raising the pressure on Hillary Clinton to give up.  —  Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota is expected …
Ryanteaguebeckwith / newsobserver.com projects:
Butterfield: More endorsements coming
Discussion: TPM Election Central and The Page
Rasmussen Reports:
Election 2008: Michigan Presidential Election
Selim Algar / New York Post:
FROM BAD TO VERSE FOR HILL  —  AIRPORT'S GIRL POET STUNNED BY SNIPER TALE AS INSULTED FELLOW BOSNIANS RIP ‘LOW BLOW’ LIE  —  SARAJEVO, Bosnia - The Bosnian girl who famously read a poem to Hillary Rodham Clinton during her 1996 visit to the war-torn country is shocked - and her countrymen infuriated …
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Kenneth P. Vogel / The Politico:
Clinton didn't pay health insurance bills  —  Among the debts reported this month by Hillary Clinton's struggling presidential campaign, the $292,000 in unpaid health insurance premiums for her campaign staff stands out.  —  Clinton, who is being pressured to end her campaign against Barack Obama …
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Mark Silva / Baltimore Sun:
Clinton: Health care premiums are in the mail
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Juan Cole / Informed Comment:
Iran Brokers Call for Ceasefire; Bush reduced to Irrelevancy in Iraq; Fighting Continues  —  Iran Brokers Call for Ceasefire;  —  Bush reduced to Irrelevancy in Iraq;  —  Fighting Continues  —  McClatchy provides a lot of important detail about Sunday's surprising developments regarding …
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Qais Mizher / New York Times:
Firsthand Look at Basra Shows Value of White Flag
Discussion: The Nation and Danger Room
John Hawkins / Right Wing News:
Interviewing Six Conservative Female Bloggers On Dating  —  One of the great things about my other blog, Conservative Grapevine, is that I get to link a wide variety of articles and see which links draw the most clicks.  While doing that, one of the things that I've found is that any article about dating tends to do really well.
Kenneth P. Vogel / The Politico:
Obama had greater role on liberal survey  —  During his first run for elected office, Barack Obama played a greater role than his aides now acknowledge in crafting liberal stands on gun control, the death penalty and abortion- positions that appear at odds with the more moderate image he's projected during his presidential campaign.
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Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Politico: Obama lied about survey
Los Angeles Times:
Ickes is Clinton's not-so-secret weapon  —  The veteran political operative is relentless in his drive for Democratic superdelegates.  —  ARLINGTON, VA. — Harold M. Ickes never forgets a favor, especially if he's the one who did the favor.  So the veteran political operative made sure that …
Discussion: Wonkette
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Paul Krugman / New York Times:
The Dilbert Strategy  —  Anyone who has worked in a large organization — or, for that matter, reads the comic strip “Dilbert” — is familiar with the “org chart” strategy.  To hide their lack of any actual ideas about what to do, managers sometimes make a big show of rearranging the boxes and lines that say who reports to whom.
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Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
OOPS  —  Racial healer Lou Dobbs explains how he's sick of “cotton pickin'” black leaders telling him how he can and can't talk about race (he catches himself at the last minute — sorta) ...  Special thanks to TPM Reader AR for the catch.  —  Late Update: Whenever we do posts like this …
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Gray Lady vs Jeremiah Wright, Round 2: Did Wright intimidate the Times into pulling punches?  —  The New York Times has responded to an angry letter written by Rev. Jeremiah Wright — more than a year ago.  The letter resurfaced this past week, and it contains accusations of misrepresentation and …
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Mark Halperin / The Page:   New York Times' Response to Rev. Wright Letter
William Kristol / New York Times:
Biography Isn't Enough  —  The McCain campaign's first general election ad, released Friday, includes moving footage of him as a prisoner of war.  What was Democratic Chairman Howard Dean's reaction?  “While we honor McCain's military service, the fact is Americans want a real leader …
Amanda / Think Progress:
Jackson Gets Evicted: White House Officials Questioned His ‘Ability To Continue To Lead The Agency’  —  Today, Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Alphonso Jackson announced his resignation, effective April 18, marking the exit of one of Bush's few remaining holdovers from Texas.
Discussion: Wall Street Journal and The Swamp
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Rachel L. Swarns / New York Times:
Top U.S. Housing Official Resigns
Discussion: The Seminal
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
The John McCain “centrism” fallacy  —  In a lengthy and largely (though not completely) admiring profile of John McCain, Newsweek's Michael Hirsh writes: … (There's that generous and patently false “McCain-was-merely-mistaken” media defense again).  And there's also this:
Discussion: American Street
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Eli Lake / New York Sun:
Some Republicans Emerge To Endorse Obama  —  WASHINGTON — With an eye to the general election and the Pennsylvania primary, some Republicans who oppose President Bush's war policy are endorsing Senator Obama.  —  Senator Obama speaks at a rally on the Old Main Lawn at Penn State University yesterday …
Discussion: Donklephant and The New Nixon Blog
Jim Oliphant / The Swamp:
Supreme Court won't intervene in Jefferson case  —  The Supreme Court Monday let stand an appeals court ruling that curtails the FBI's power to search congressional offices.  —  The case arose out of the FBI's raid of the offices of Rep. William Jefferson (D-La.) in 2006.
 
 
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