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4:35 PM ET, May 23, 2008

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Geoff Earle / New York Post:
HILLARY RAISES ASSASSINATION ISSUE  —  DEFENDS LONG-RUNNING CAMPAIGN  —  Hillary Clinton today brought up the assassination of Sen. Robert Kennedy while defending her decision to stay in the race against Barack Obama.  —  “My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won …
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David Kurtz / Talking Points Memo:
FORMAL TALKS?  —  CNN is reporting this morning that the Obama and Clinton campaigns are in formal talks about ending her quest for the Democratic nomination and possibly giving her the VP slot.  —  These apparent talks are described by CNN as being in a “very preliminary” stage and as “difficult.”
Philly.com:
In most inclusive count, Clinton has the numbers  —  Lost in the excitement of Barack Obama's coronation this week was an inconvenient fact of Tuesday's results: Hillary Clinton netted approximately 150,000 votes and is now poised to finish the primary season as the popular-vote leader.
Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Hillary's Top Fundraising Official Says There's “Risk” Of Obama Loss If She Isn't Invited To Be Veep  —  In a move that could foreshadow a public push from the Hillary forces to get Barack Obama to invite her on the ticket, Hillary's top campaign fundraising official said in an interview that there's a …
John Hawkins / Right Wing News:
Why I Will No Longer Support John McCain For President  —  I've never been a fan of John McCain.  Not only is he not a conservative, he may have done more damage to the conservative movement than any other Republican over the last few years.  Look back at the Gang-of-14, global warming …
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TPMCafe:
Liberal Pundits Offer Unprecedented Apology  —  Alternate Universe Washington, DC (AUP)—An influential group of liberal pundits and political commentators has formed a new organization to apologize for their columns on Ned Lamont's 2006 challenge to Joe Lieberman (R - Forallintentsandpurposes) and to call for their own resignations.
littlegreenfootballs.com:
Mainstreaming Terrorism to Sell Donuts  —  I didn't believe this story when people first started emailing about it; but sure enough, its true.  Dunkin Donuts, the venerable old fried dough seller, is the latest American firm to casually promote the symbol of Palestinian terrorism and the intifada …
Discussion: The Jawa Report
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Michelle Malkin:   Of donuts and dumb celebrities
Mark Kleiman / The RBC:
Bad day for John McCain, Part II: anger management  —  When a candidate has well-known anger-management issues, he really needs to be careful about the tone of his statements.  —  Today, John McCain was one of only three Senators who failed to show up for the debate and vote on Sen. Jim Webb's improved GI Bill.
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Rasmussen Reports:
Election 2008: New Hampshire Presidential Election  —  New Hampshire: Obama 48% McCain 43%  —  The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in New Hampshire shows Barack Obama with 48% while John McCain earns support from 43%.  —  That's quite a turnaround from a month ago when Obama trailed the Republican hopeful by ten points.
Discussion: Daily Kos and Eunomia
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Election 2008: Pennsylvania Presidential Election
Joseph R. Biden Jr / Wall Street Journal:
Republicans and Our Enemies  —  On Wednesday, Joe Lieberman wrote on this page that the Democratic Party he and I grew up in has drifted far from the foreign policy espoused by Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman and John Kennedy.  —  In fact, it is the policies that President George W. Bush has pursued …
Chris Suellentrop / The Opinionator:
And Paul Begala for Vice President?  —  “Tucker Carlson for president?”  That's the headline at the personal blog for Brendan Nyhan, a former Spinsanity editor who is now a graduate student in political science at Duke.  Nyhan says that Carlson, the former “Crossfire” host and former writer …
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Jeff Emanuel online:
Congressman admits Democrats “stretched the facts,” misled anti-war supporters about supposed plans for ending War  —  Congressman Paul Kanjorski (D-PA) has been a fairly undistinguished member of the House of Representatives for nearly a quarter of a century.
John Amato / Crooks and Liars:
In 2000, McCain admits he'd be too old to run in 2008  —  As McCain gets ready to release his medical records in a very limited fashion today, I've come across a clip back on 08/01/2000.  He's being interviewed by Jim Lehrer on News Hour and admits that he'd be too old to run in 2008.  —  Download |
Rebecca Walker / Daily Mail:
How my mother's fanatical views tore us apart  —  She's revered as a trail-blazing feminist and author Alice Walker touched the lives of a generation of women.  A champion of women's rights, she has always argued that motherhood is a form of servitude.  But one woman didn't buy in to Alice's beliefs - her daughter, Rebecca, 38.
Discussion: michellemalkin.com and The Corner
Frank Ahrens / Washington Post:
More Than 100 Post Journalists Take Buyout  —  More than 100 Washington Post reporters, editors, photographers, artists and other journalists will take early retirement packages offered by the company as a way to cut costs, reducing the newsroom staff by at least 10 percent.
Michael C. Bender / Palm Beach Post:
Obama's talk with The Palm Beach Post  —  BOCA RATON — Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama spent time with The Palm Beach Post this morning, talking about the impact of the Florida's primary on his race with Hillary Clinton, whether to seat the state's convention delegates and what a national catastrophe fund should look like.
Discussion: Taylor Marsh and TalkLeft
Associated Press:
McCain appears cancer-free, healthy  —  FOUNTAIN HILLS, Ariz. - Three-time melanoma survivor John McCain appears cancer-free, has a strong heart and is in otherwise general good health, according to eight years of medical records reviewed by The Associated Press.
Dennis Myers / RN&R Weekly Contents:
Being Bob Woodward  —  Bob Woodward  —  Celebrity status can interfere with a journalist doing the job, but when Robert Redford has portrayed you in a major film, there is no turning back.  The Washington Post's Bob Woodward, who was in Reno to speak to a Western Industrial Nevada scholarship dinner …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
 
 
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Obama as You've Never Known Him!
Bill Roggio / Weekly Standard Blog:
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Jill Zuckman / The Swamp:
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CNN:
LOU DOBBS TONIGHT
Discussion: Think Progress and Firedoglake
TigerHawk:
Terms of surrender
Jonathan Tasini / The Huffington Post:
Hillary's Demise Was All About Iraq
Discussion: Spin Cycle
Michael Dobbs / Fact Checker:
MCCAIN'S FANTASY WAR ON EARMARKS
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James W. Pindell / Politicker NH:
Two NH Edwards delegates back Obama
Discussion: MSNBC
Washington Post:
In Iraq, a Surge in U.S. Airstrikes
Digby / Hullabaloo:
Apostate Lines  —  I must admit that even with my dark …
Discussion: Shakesville
Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Sentence in Memo Discounted FISA
Aaron Blake / The Hill:
Sex writing by Franken cited in race
Discussion: The Raw Story and The Swamp
David Brooks / New York Times:
The Alpha Geeks  —  In 1950, Dr. Seuss published a book called “If I Ran the Zoo.”