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12:35 PM ET, December 7, 2009

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Guardian:
'14 days to seal history's verdict'  —  This editorial calling for action from world leaders on climate change is published today by 56 newspapers around the world in 20 languages  —  Copenhagen climate change summit - opening day liveblog  —  Today 56 newspapers in 45 countries …
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New York Times:
In Face of Skeptics, Experts Affirm Climate Peril  —  Just two years ago, a United Nations panel that synthesizes the work of hundreds of climatologists around the world called the evidence for global warming “unequivocal.”  —  But as representatives of about 200 nations converge in Copenhagen …
The Independent:
Home > News > World > Europe  —  The news that a leaked set of emails appeared to show senior climate scientists had manipulated data was shocking enough.  Now the story has become more remarkable still.  —  The computer hack, said a senior member of the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change …
Lisa Lerer / The Politico:
U.N. leaders: Clock has ticked to zero
Discussion: The Swamp
Josh Gerstein / The Politico:
NPR reporter pressured over Fox role  —  Executives at National Public Radio recently asked the network's top political correspondent, Mara Liasson, to reconsider her regular appearances on Fox News because of what they perceived as the network's political bias, two sources familiar with the effort said.
Juliet Eilperin / Washington Post:
Obama administration will formally declare danger of carbon emissions  —  The Obama administration will formally declare Monday that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions pose a danger to the public's health and welfare, a move that lays the groundwork for an economy-wide carbon cap …
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Paul Krugman / New York Times:
An Affordable Truth  —  Maybe I'm naïve, but I'm feeling optimistic about the climate talks starting in Copenhagen on Monday.  President Obama now plans to address the conference on its last day, which suggests that the White House expects real progress.
Rasmussen Reports:
Tea Party Tops GOP on Three-Way Generic Ballot  —  Running under the Tea Party brand may be better in congressional races than being a Republican.  —  In a three-way Generic Ballot test, the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds Democrats attracting 36% of the vote.
Jackie Calmes / New York Times:
U.S. Forecasts Smaller Loss From Bailout of Banks  —  WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department expects to recover all but $42 billion of the $370 billion it has lent to ailing companies since the financial crisis began last year, with the portion lent to banks actually showing a slight profit, according to a new Treasury report.
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Ezra Klein:
The not-a-public-option compromise, and beyond  —  There's a lot left to be decided in health-care reform, or at least there should be.  The subsidies could use some help, and the Medicare Commission should be strengthened.  The House and Senate need to figure out their revenue measures …
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Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
In Polls, Much Opposition to Health Care Plan Is From Left  —  Don't know why I didn't catch this earlier, but it strikes me as fairly important.  —  Ipsos/McClatchy put out a health care poll two weeks ago.  The topline results were nothing special: 34 percent favored …
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Ezra Klein:
Two-thirds of Americans don't understand the public option
Discussion: TalkLeft and Matthew Yglesias
Wall Street Journal:
Girlfriends and Double Standards  —  Before Max Baucus there was Paul Wolfowitz.  Will the ethical uproar be the same?  —  Printer  —  Friendly  —  Here's a poser: Suppose a public official is accused of recommending his girlfriend for a promotion, though he was the one who first flagged …
Discussion: Betsy's Page
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Roxana Tiron / The Hill:
General McChrystal scheduled to testify before Congress  —  Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan, will make his much-awaited rounds this week at a series of congressional hearings in the Senate and House.  —  As lawmakers are still digesting President Barack Obama's …
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Sebastian Rotella / Los Angeles Times:
U.S. sees homegrown Muslim extremism as rising threat  —  This may have been the most dangerous year since 9/11, anti-terrorism experts say.  —  Reporting from Washington - The Obama administration, grappling with a spate of recent Islamic terrorism cases on U.S. soil …
Eric Zimmermann / The Hill:
Obama meeting with Gore  —  President Obama will meet with Al Gore in the Oval Office this afternoon, the White House announced.  —  The two will likely discuss climate change and the president's upcoming trip to the international climate change conference in Copenhagen.
Discussion: Ben Smith's Blog
The Huffington Post:
Palin's Father: She Left Hawaii Because Asians Made Her Uncomfortable  —  WHAT'S YOUR REACTION?  —  Did Sarah Palin leave Hawaii because there were too many Asians?  In the New Yorker review of “Going Rogue,” Sam Tanenhaus writes that Palin's father suggested as much to the reporters who wrote “Sarah From Alaska.”
WBRZ-TV:
SUBURBAN AND STATE  —  Dardenne ponders Vitter vulnerability  —  Secretary of State Jay Dardenne said he is considering conducting a poll to measure Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter's vulnerability among Louisiana GOP voters.  —  “I've had a lot of people suggest that I do that.
Michael Scherer / Swampland:
What Barack Obama Really Thinks Of The White House Press  —  We are past, for the moment, the White House “war” on Fox, such as it was.  (Obama did an interview with Fox News' Major Garrett a few weeks back, and General Petraeus is on Fox News Sunday today, with close Obama ally Dick Durbin.)
Washington Times:
Justice thwarts Black Panther subpoenas  —  The Obama team is covering up voter-intimidation evidence  —  Could it be that President Obama's legal team is imploding due to a voter intimidation case involving the New Black Panther Party?  So many new developments regarding the Black Panther case occurred …
Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Supreme Court to take up corruption law  —  ‘Honest services’ called too vague; prosecutors call provision vital  —  The Supreme Court this week will consider whether to apply the brakes to what critics have called a vague and limitless law that has proved essential to federal prosecutors …
 
 
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Sarah Palin / To The Point News Syndicated:
SARAH AT THE GRIDIRON  —  [The Gridiron Club, founded in 1865 …
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Mark Silva / The Swamp:
Freedom of Information: Open, closed
Discussion: D.C. Now
Brendan Farrington / MiamiHerald.com:
Analysis: With election near, Gov. Crist changes
Discussion: Ben Smith's Blog
Will Lester / Associated Press:
Obama to promote new job ideas in Tuesday speech
Discussion: The New Republic
ABCNEWS:
Plate Full: Can Obama Get It All Done?
Trita Parsi / The Huffington Post:
Obama Should End Silence on Human Rights Abuses in Iran
Tim Grieve / The Politico:
‘War on Christmas’ cools conference?
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