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2:55 PM ET, May 1, 2009

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Krooney / The Page:
White Men Need Not Apply  —  HALPERIN'S TAKE: The eleven real Supreme Court nomination questions to watch now.  —  Get The Page delivered to your inbox.  Sign up for TIME's daily political newsletter here.
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Dana Goldstein / American Prospect:
MARK HALPERIN: OH NOES, A WOMAN MIGHT GET THE JOB!  —  You know what is so offensive?  Those damn P.C. police pressuring the president to place a second woman on the Supreme Court.  You know, because it's not embarrassing or anything that although 51 percent of the population is female, only 11 percent of the Court is.
Nina Totenberg / NPR:
Supreme Court Justice Souter To Retire  —  · NPR has learned that Supreme Court Justice David Souter is planning to retire at the end of the court's current term.  —  The court has completed hearing oral arguments for the year and will be issuing rulings and opinions until the end of June.
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Conservatives target Sotomayor, Kagan, Wood  —  A conservative politico likely to work on the coming judicial nomination battle sends over a memo circulating on the right, which targets three likely Obama nominees: Judge Sonia Sotomayor, Judge Diane Wood, and Solicitor General Elena Kagan.
Neil A. Lewis / New York Times:
Women and Minorities Seen as a Focus of Court Search
Discussion: Open Left
Michelle Malkin:
Obama's choices: Gird your loins
Discussion: The Sundries Shack
Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Souter Reportedly Planning to Retire From High Court
JTA:
Case against ex-AIPAC staffers dropped  —  WASHINGTON (JTA) — A source with intimate knowledge of the case against two ex-AIPAC staffers accused of passing along classified information says the case has been dropped.  —  Keith Weissman, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's former Iran analyst …
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Charles Krauthammer / Washington Post:
The Use of Torture and What Nancy Pelosi Knew  —  Torture is an impermissible evil.  Except under two circumstances.  The first is the ticking time bomb.  An innocent's life is at stake.  The bad guy you have captured possesses information that could save this life.  He refuses to divulge.
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Ronald Reagan: vengeful, score-settling, Hard Left ideologue  —  (updated below - Update II)  —  This is a perfect illustration of how severely our political spectrum has shifted in the last two decades and how depraved and extremist our political and media classes have become:
Amy Diluna / NY Daily News:
First Lady Michelle Obama steps out in Lanvin sneakers and they're only $540!  —  Michelle Obama has taken casual to a haute new level.  —  While volunteering Wednesday at a D.C. food bank, the First Lady sported her usual J.Crew cardigan, a pair of utilitarian capri pants and, on her feet, a sneaky splurge: trainers that go for $540.
Zachery Kouwe / New York Times:
The Lenders Obama Decided to Blame  —  Peter A. Weinberg and Joseph R. Perella are part of a band of Wall Street renegades — “a small group of speculators,” President Obama called them Thursday — who helped bankrupt Chrysler.  —  That, anyway, is the Washington line.
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Jared Allen / The Hill:
Hispanic Dems furious over GOP video  —  Hispanic Democrats are furious and demanding an apology over an image wedged in a new GOP web video on terrorism that shows members of the Hispanic Caucus sitting at a table with President Obama.  —  “On behalf of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus …
Discussion: CNN
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Matt Corley / Think Progress:
Hispanic Caucus offended by images in Boehner's fearmongering video.
Discussion: Salon and The Huffington Post
CNN:
New GOP video hits Obama on terrorism
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Peter Hamby / CNN:
Gingrich insult rankles RNC members  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) - Several members of the Republican National Committee are miffed at Newt Gingrich for claiming that they're a small bunch of egomaniacs who need to be coddled by the party chairman.  —  “Newt needs to take a breath,” New Jersey committeeman David Norcross told CNN.
Discussion: Townhall.com and Hullabaloo
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The Politico:
Steele vs. the establishment
Thomas Beaumont / Des Moines Register:
Nussle says GOP needs national shake-up
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
Lindsey Ellerson / The Note:
Mark Penn: No Edwards Could Have Meant ‘Different Outcome’  —  ABC News' Kate Snow and Rick Klein report: What if John Edwards hadn't run for president in 2008?  —  What if he had followed the hindsight-is-20-20 advice being offered now by his wife and chief strategist …
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Mark Landler / New York Times:
Her Rival Now Her Boss, Clinton Settles Into New Role
Discussion: The Plank
Stephen Ohlemacher / Associated Press:
INSIDE WASHINGTON: Taxpayers to get rude surprise  —  INSIDE WASHINGTON: Millions of couples, retirees may have to repay some of Obama tax credit  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — Millions of Americans enjoying their small windfall from President Barack Obama's “Making Work Pay” tax credit are in for an unpleasant surprise next spring.
Discussion: RedState and JammieWearingFool
Carlos Batista / Agence France Presse:
Castro blasts Obama on May Day  —  HAVANA (AFP) - Fidel Castro blasted US President Barack Obama Friday in provocative May Day remarks, saying the United States only wanted Cuba to return “to the fold, like slaves.”  —  Castro, 82, who led Cuba for almost 50 years and remains head …
Discussion: Democracy in America
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Dafydd / Big Lizards:
Everybody Expects the Spanish Inquisition
Discussion: Hot Air and Power Line
Fredric U. Dicker / New York Post:
PATERSON BURNED BY A RACIAL ‘FIRE’  —  300G SETTLES SUIT BY WHITE FOTOG  —  ALBANY — Gov. Paterson, who raised state taxes by $8 billion last month, just cost state taxpayers $300,000 more.  —  The state has secretly settled an embarrassing federal racial-discrimination lawsuit, The Post has learned.
Discussion: JammieWearingFool
Jay Nordlinger / The Corner:
Knowing a Good Man When You See One  —  The Dalai Lama has been visiting the Boston area, and I'd like to mention a few reports.  First, a note from an NRO reader: Hi, Jay, I had the great opportunity to see the Dalai Lama speak at MIT this afternoon.  When he opened the forum to audience Q&A …
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Farhad Manjoo / Slate:
Did the search giant just sneakily launch a Facebook killer?  —  For years, Google has had me all wrong.  Type my name into the search engine and, amid a catalog of my many amazing achievements, you'll find the most scurrilous stuff: This guy thinks I'm an idiot, someone else says I'm misguided …
Discussion: The Huffington Post and Mashable!
Mark Silva / The Swamp:
Ohio: John Kasich filing for guv today  —  It's getting to be that time again:  —  The 2010 elections are right around the corner, and they're going to get pretty interesting in some of the most heavily contested states and congressional districts next year.
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
 
 
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Benjamin Sarlin / Blogs and Stories:
Who You Calling an Extremist?
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David Brooks / New York Times:
Genius: The Modern View
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James Boyce / The Huffington Post:
Things That Don't Surprise Me Anymore.
Discussion: Associated Press
Brent Lang / CBS News:
Biden Backlash Over Travel Comments Continues
Discussion: The Impolitic
Byron York / www.washingtonexaminer.com:
Senator Specter, meet your new friends
Discussion: Townhall.com and GayPatriot
Julian Sanchez:
Lying About Cass Sunstein
Discussion: Instapundit
New York Times:
First Flu Death Provides Clues to Mexico Toll
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www.washingtonexaminer.com:
Corey  —  No, sorry, if you're going to look at “numbers behind …
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Abu Ghraib Guards Say Interrogation Memos Show They Were Scapegoats
Jon Friedman / MarketWatch:
Tim Russert's mystique still dogs David Gregory
Michael Calderone / Michael Calderone's Blog:
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Les Blumenthal / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
Company warned officials of flu 18 days before alert was issued
Discussion: Prairie Weather