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11:20 AM ET, April 24, 2008

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Karl Rove / Wall Street Journal:
Is Obama Ready for Prime Time?  —  After being pummeled 55% to 45% in the Pennsylvania primary, Barack Obama was at a loss for explanations.  The best he could do was to compliment his supporters in an email saying, “you helped close the gap to a slimmer margin than most thought possible.”
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Charlie Cook / National Journal Online:
Hillary's Political Purgatory  —  CLINTON HAS SPENT WEEKS IN A HORRIBLE SITUATION.  EVEN IN VICTORY, SHE ISN'T GETTING ANY CLOSER TO WINNING THE NOMINATION.  —  Sat.  —  The good news for Hillary Rodham Clinton is that she's winning a lot of battles.  The bad news is that the war is pretty much lost.
Jeanne Cummings / The Politico:
Internet cash revives Clinton campaign  —  Hillary Clinton's campaign says it raised $10 million in Internet donations after her Pennsylvania primary victory on Tuesday night.  —  If so, that's a record haul and one desperately needed by Clinton, who is essentially broke …
Discussion: Hot Air
Jason Zengerle / The New Republic:
Is That NC GOP Ad Really That Hard to Figure Out?
Discussion: TownHall Blog
Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
How Clinton Can Win It  —  Following Tuesday's primary …
Discussion: The Trail and Tulsa World
Joe Klein / Time:
The Incredibly Shrinking Democrats  —  “This election,” Bill Clinton said in the hours before the Pennsylvania primary, “is too big to be small.”  It was a noble sentiment, succinctly stated, and the core of what Democrats believe — that George W. Bush has been a historic screwup as President …
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Patrick Healy / New York Times:
Assessing Strength in Swing States  —  Reflecting on her victory in the Pennsylvania primary, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday neatly summed up the chief political rationale of her enduring candidacy.  —  “I won the states that we have to win — Ohio, now Pennsylvania,” …
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
GETTING REAL  —  I think I've said this a hundred times, as have many others.  But this article in Thursday's Times is a good moment to revisit the point.  As Patrick Healy explains, it is simply a fallacy to claim that winning a state's Democratic primary means you're more likely to win …
City Journal:
Obama's Real Bill Ayers Problem  —  Barack Obama complains that he's been unfairly attacked for a casual political and social relationship with his neighbor, former Weatherman Bill Ayers.  Obama has a point.  In the ultraliberal Hyde Park community where the presidential candidate first earned …
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City Journal:
The Ed Schools' Latest—and Worst—Humbug  —  Teaching for “social justice” is a cruel hoax on disadvantaged kids.  —  In 1980, Bill Ayers and his partner Bernardine Dohrn came up from the underground—the Weather Underground, that is.  It had been a wild ride for the Bonnie and Clyde of the sixties New Left.
Discussion: michellemalkin.com
Steve Schmadeke / Chicago Tribune:
Ayers, though quieter, ‘still outspoken’
Robin Wright / Washington Post:
N. Koreans Taped At Syrian Reactor  —  A video taken inside a secret Syrian facility last summer convinced the Israeli government and the Bush administration that North Korea was helping to construct a reactor similar to one that produces plutonium for North Korea's nuclear arsenal …
Nick Timiraos / Wall Street Journal:
Obama, Clinton Split Over McCain Plan For Gas-Tax Holiday  —  In a new policy split in the presidential campaign, Barack Obama opposed a federal gas-tax holiday supported by John McCain, the likely Republican nominee.  Hillary Clinton said she would be open to the tax break.
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Examiner:
Jenna Bush: I may not support McCain
Discussion: Political Machine and Wonkette
Nathan / FlowingData:
Showing the Obama-Clinton Divide in Decision Tree Infographic  —  Amanda Cox, of The New York Times, made another excellent graphic (and I wouldn't expect anything less).  We see an entire story between Obama and Clinton - positions taken, counties won, and counties lost.  Go ahead and take a look.
Josh Meyer / Los Angeles Times:
Gap opens between Al Qaeda and allies  —  A backlash builds over the network's tactics, including suicide attacks.  Its leaders try to defuse the anger.  —  WASHINGTON — Al Qaeda increasingly faces sharp criticism from once-loyal sympathizers who openly question its ideology and tactics …
Carl Hulse / New York Times:
Republican Senators Block Pay Discrimination Measure  —  WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans on Wednesday blocked a measure intended to overturn a Supreme Court decision limiting pay discrimination suits in a politically charged vote certain to be replayed in the presidential and Congressional campaigns.
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Nicholas D. Kristof / New York Times:
Better Roses Than Cocaine  —  For seven years, Democrats have rightfully complained that President Bush has gratuitously antagonized the world, exasperating our allies and eroding America's standing and influence.  —  But now the Democrats are doing the same thing on trade.
Discussion: Daily Pundit and American Power
Manu Raju / The Hill:
Dems hedge on healthcare  —  Congressional Democrats are backing away from healthcare reform promises made by their two presidential candidates, saying that even if their party controls the White House and Congress, sweeping change will be difficult.  —  It is still seven months before Election Day …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
 
 
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Pete Winn / CNSNews:
Biblical Scholars Challenge Pelosi's ‘Scripture’ Quote
Discussion: michellemalkin.com
Brendan O'Shaughnessy / Indianapolis Star:
Longtime Republicans are getting in on the action
Discussion: The Page
Dan Morain / Los Angeles Times:
Barack Obama still takes in oil money
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John Mellencamp gives Obama, Clinton a Hoosier's welcome
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Discussion: Balloon Juice and AMERICAblog
Alexander Linklater / Prospect Magazine:
From '68 agitator to staunch supporter of George W Bush's Iraq war …
Discussion: The Daily Dish
Josiah Lee Auspitz / Washington Monthly:
The Law of Rules  —  Obscure party regulations explain …