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Michelle Malkin:
About the Pentagon shooter; Update: Stop playing games, MSM.  John Patrick Bedell was a registered Democrat  —  Scroll down for update debunking MSM “right-wing” spin...  A nutball shot two security guards at a Pentagon-area Metro station in D.C. yesterday.
Patterico's Pontifications:
Pentagon Shooter: Anti-Bush Nut Case and 9/11 Truther  —  There was a shooting just outside the Pentagon today, at a security checkpoint.  Two cops were injured; breaking reports say the suspect, J. Patrick Bedell, has died. … And Internet research shows that the guy was a 9/11 Truther and an anti-Bush nut case.
Washington Post:
Obama advisers set to recommend military tribunals for alleged 9/11 plotters  —  President Obama's advisers are nearing a recommendation that Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, be prosecuted in a military tribunal, administration officials said …
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David Kurtz / Talking Points Memo:
What Are They Thinking?  —  Looks like being Obama's attorney …
Discussion: TPM LiveWire and Althouse
Adam Serwer / American Prospect:
Obama to Surrender?  —  If what the Washington Post reports is true …
Discussion: ATTACKERMAN
Reid Wilson / Hotline On Call:
Massa To Resign  —  Rep. Eric Massa (D-NY) will resign Monday at 5pm, a source close to the embattled incumbent tells Hotline OnCall.  —  Massa has been pressured by House Dems to step aside amid an ethics controversy that caused him to announce earlier this week he would not run for a second term.
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Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
Eric Massa to resign from Congress  —  New York Rep. Eric Massa will resign his House seat on Monday at 5 pm, his office confirmed Friday to the Fix, a move that comes just days after he announced his plans to retire at the end of the year.  —  Massa acknowledged in a statement that …
The Politico:
Rep. Eric Massa to resign  —  Democratic Rep. Eric Massa is expected to resign from Congress on Monday, only days after reports first surfaced that the freshman New York lawmaker was under investigation by the House ethics committee for allegedly sexually harassing a male staffer.
Discussion: CNN
The Huffington Post:
Conservatives Turn Against Liz Cheney - As Bad As McCarthy  —  WHAT'S YOUR REACTION?  —  The backlash is growing against Liz Cheney after she demonized Department of Justice attorneys as terrorist sympathizers for their past legal work defending Gitmo detainees — and now it's coming from within deeply conservative legal circles.
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Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
CHENEY FACES BLOWBACK OVER CHEAP DOJ SMEAR.... This week …
Discussion: ATTACKERMAN and Daily Kos
Walter Dellinger / Washington Post:
A shameful attack on the U.S. legal system
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
McCain calls for new ‘Gang of 14’ to stop Obama push on healthcare  —  Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is seeking bipartisan support to block Senate Democrats from using special parliamentary tactics to pass healthcare reform.  —  The Democratic strategy of using reconciliation to pass changes …
Discussion: The Swamp
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Rosalind S. Helderman / Washington Post:
Cuccinelli asks colleges to rescind policies protecting gay state employees  —  RICHMOND — Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli II has asked the state's public colleges and universities to rescind policies that ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, arguing in a letter sent …
Greg Sargent / The Plum Line:
GOP Strategy: Bleed Reconciliation Fix To Death With Byrd Rule  —  Senior Senate GOP leadership aides have settled on a new strategy that, they hope, will stall or kill the Dem health reform push: They are going to use the arcane “Byrd rule” to try to bleed the reconciliation fix to death and ensure that it never passes.
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Christina Romer / White House.gov Blog Feed:
Statement on the Employment Situation in February  —  Although the labor market remains severely distressed, today's report on the employment situation is consistent with the pattern of stabilization and gradual labor market healing we have been seeing in recent months.
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David Leonhardt / Economix:
Is the Recovery Losing Steam?
Discussion: Calculated Risk
Merrill A. McPeak / New York Times:
Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Change  —  THE chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. Mike Mullen, favors repeal of “don't ask, don't tell,” the nickname for the policy regulating military service by homosexuals.  “I cannot escape being troubled by the fact that we have in place a policy …
Frank Newport / Gallup:
Obama Retains More Trust Than Congress on Healthcare  —  Confidence in Obama and Democrats down since June; trust highest in doctors and hospitals  —  PRINCETON, NJ — Americans remain more confident in the healthcare reform recommendations of President Obama (49%) than in the recommendations …
David Brooks / New York Times:
The Wal-Mart Hippies  —  About 40 years ago, a social movement arose to destroy the establishment.  The people we loosely call the New Left wanted to take on The Man, return power to the people, upend the elites and lead a revolution.  —  Today, another social movement has arisen.
The Note:
Romney on Palin Besting Him in ‘Late-Night Primary’: 'I've Got to Come Up with Better Material, I'm Afraid'  —  ABC News' Teddy Davis and Matt Loffman report:  —  During his Friday appearance at the National Press Club, Mitt Romney was asked about Sarah Palin drawing bigger ratings Tuesday night on Leno than he did on Letterman.
Discussion: CNN, GOP 12 and Taylor Marsh
John Cook / Gawker:
How ABC News' Brian Ross Staged His Toyota Death Ride  —  Brian Ross, America's Wrongest Reporter, has been credited with owning the Toyota recall story, including one memorable report with Ross behind the wheel of an out-of-control car.  He did it by splicing in staged footage to make it look scarier.
ProPublica:
No Matter What Happens, Paterson Gets His Pension  —  by Ryan Knutson, ProPublica -  —  Gov. David Paterson of New York insisted this week that he wouldn't heed calls for his resignation, despite his administration's being roiled by two scandals.  But no matter what he does, he is still entitled to his full pension once he retires.
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Ezra Klein:
Sen. Michael Bennet: ‘Nothing in the rest of the world operates like the U.S. Senate.  Nothing.’  —  Michael Bennet is a freshman senator from Colorado.  Usually, freshman senators keep pretty quiet about the institution, as you don't get to be the old guard by giving the old guard headaches.
Myglesias / Matthew Yglesias:
The Siberian Methane Feedback Loop  —  As I mentioned yesterday, there's mounting evidence that global warming is about to reach a very dangerous feedback point in which thawing of the Arctic Ocean seabed allows increased levels of methane to leak into the atmosphere.
 
 
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