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3:15 AM ET, January 17, 2010


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Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
Enthusiasm gap in Mass. Senate race  —  HYANNIS, Mass. - As the two candidates running in the special Senate election here barnstormed across the state Saturday, the enthusiasm gap between the two parties was on vivid display.  —  Democrat Martha Coakley, Massachusetts' attorney general …
David / Blue Mass. Group:
BMG Exclusive: Scott Brown thought maybe Obama was born out of wedlock  —  Born out of wedlock?  Really??  —  Well, yes.  During (or maybe shortly after) the 2008 Republican convention, Brown was on a panel discussion (aired on the now-defunct CN8 cable news channel) about Sarah Palin.
Steve Kornacki:
Latest Coakley Internal: Brown +2  —  I've been told reliably that Martha Coakley's internal poll for Friday night showed Republican Scott Brown leading by two points, 47 to 45 percent.  Her campaign's three-night average for Friday, Thursday and Wednesday is the same — a 47 to 45 lead for Brown.
Bruce Drake / Politics Daily:
Another Poll Shows Scott Brown Edging Martha Coakley in Massachusetts  —  Massachusetts Republican state Sen. Scott Brown is leading Democrat Martha Coakley, the state's Attorney General, by 48 percent to 45 percent among likely voters in Tuesday's special election with 2 percent backing …
Adam Nagourney / New York Times:
Massachusetts Race Tests Staying Power of Democrats  —  BOSTON — There may be no better place to measure the shifting fortunes of President Obama and the Democratic Party than in the race being fought here this weekend for the Senate seat that had been held by Edward M. Kennedy.
Robert Cruickshank / Firedoglake:   MA-Sen: We've Seen This Movie Before
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Over the top in Mass.  —  Via Sargent, an extremely sweeping charge from Massachusetts Democratic Party.  —  The basis is a provision Brown voted for that would allow religious hospital staffers not to inform victims of the availability of the morning after pill.  —  The NRSC invoked Felix Grucci in response.
Greg Sargent / The Plum Line:
Dem Mail: Scott Brown Wants Hospitals To Turn Away All Rape Victims  —  This is absolutely brutal: Massachusetts Dems have dropped a mail piece accusing GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown of wanting hospitals to turn away “all” rape victims.  —  The mail piece — sent over by the Brown campaign …
Dr. Melissa Clouthier:
BREAKING: Tea Party Nation's Judson Phillips: “I Want To Make A Million From This Movement”  —  Embattled Tea Party Nation, Inc. owner Judson Phillips has been making the media rounds to defend his up-coming, February 4-6 conference at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee.
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Brown's pushback  —  America...only three (3) more days left to the start of the 2nd Revolution in America...the Voter Revolution of 2010!  And this additional attack is why the “real” American people are fed up with these Chicago mafia style politics!  They are dirty, sleazy and so Democratzi!
Richard Johnson / New York Post:
Palin gets 100G for mag cover  —  Bristol, earned an eye-popping $100,000 for their new In Touch Weekly cover, sources say.  For just eight hours' work at her own home, Palin pocketed nearly as much as her $125,000-a-year salary as Alaska governor.  It seems her decision to quit her political role is making big financial sense.
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Krugman, Gruber and non-disclosure issues  —  In the midst of my lengthy discussion yesterday of Cass Sunstein's proposal to “cognitively inflitrate extremist groups” by employing covert agents and secretly paying so-called “independent” analysts to tout the government line …
Democracy Now:
“Bush Was Responsible for Destroying Haitian Democracy"-Randall Robinson on Obama Tapping Bush to Co-Chair US Relief Efforts  —  We speak with TransAfrica founder Randall Robinson, author of An Unbroken Agony: Haiti, from Revolution to the Kidnapping of a President.
Discussion: Open Left and Crooks and Liars
Mark Landler / New York Times:
In Show of Support, Clinton Goes to Haiti  —  PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Bearing soap, bottled water and other much-needed supplies, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton flew into this ruined capital on Saturday and told the Haitian people that the United States “will be here today, tomorrow and for the time ahead.”
Discussion: CNN, Associated Press and TalkLeft
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