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7:55 PM ET, April 18, 2010

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Myglesias / Matthew Yglesias:
It's Aggregate Demand, Stupid  —  David Wessel explains Christina Romer's view of the economic situation: … Here's the nominal GDP situation:  —  Brad DeLong remarks: … Every time there's a downturn a certain swathe of the elite starts to label it unfixable and structural.
Discussion: The Other McCain and Eschaton
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David Wessel / Real Time Economics:
Romer: 'It's Aggregate Demand, Stupid'
Erick Erickson / RedState:
Is the Obama Administration Behind An Astroturf Anti-Tea Party Website?  —  “Cass Sunstein has favored the government using outside parties as government propaganda agents to paint their opposition as fringe and undermine their credibility.”  —  Astroturf is the act of professional interest …
Discussion: Moe Lane
Matt Corley / Think Progress:
McCain Denies That He Is ‘Running Away From The Maverick Title’: ‘I Prefer Great American Myself’  —  Facing a tough primary challenge from former Congressman J.D. Hayworth, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has been moving hard to the right.  In an interview with Newsweek earlier this month …
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Bruce Drake / Politics Daily:
McCain: I Was a ‘Maverick,’ Now I'm a ‘Partisan’
New York Times:
Editorial: With Financial Reform, Whose Side Are the Republicans On?  —  Last month Democrats on the Senate banking committee passed a reasonably tough financial regulatory reform bill.  Now Republican leaders have suddenly begun lashing out against it.  —  Did they belatedly discover some problem?
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Tony Romm / The Hill:
McConnell: Liquidation fund isn't only problem with financial reform
CNN:   McConnell weighs in on independent bid by Crist
Michael Barone / Associated Press:
Tea parties fight Obama's culture of dependence  —  “Do you realize,” CNN's Susan Roesgen asked a man at the April 15, 2009, tea party in Chicago, “that you're eligible for a $400 credit?”  When the man refused to drop his “drop socialism” sign, she went on, “Did you know that the state …
Matt Duss / Think Progress:
Clinton: If Obama Offers Peace Plan, ‘I Will Support It’  —  Discussing the Middle East peace process on ABC's This Week, host Jake Tapper asked former President Bill Clinton whether he thought it was “time for President Obama to put a peace plan on the table,” as has been reported the administration is considering.
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Mark Steyn / The Corner on National Review Online:
Who Needs Apartheid? — By: Mark Steyn
Discussion: Israel Matzav
Tony Romm / The Hill:
Gibbs: White House proposed end to anonymous administration sourcing  —  Press Secretary Robert Gibbs approached White House reporters earlier this year in an attempt to end the long-standing practice of sourcing claims to anonymous administration officials, he told CNN on Sunday.
Discussion: RedState and The Politico
Isabel Oakeshott / Times of London:
NHS bars woman after she saw private doctor  —  A WOMAN has been denied an operation on the NHS after paying for a private consultation to deal with her severe back pain.  —  Jenny Whitehead, a breast cancer survivor, paid £250 for an appointment with the orthopaedic surgeon …
Jay Rosen:
David Gregory: “No, I won't fact check my guests and you guys can't make me...” A time line.  —  David Gregory, the host of NBC's Meet the Press, has painted himself into a strange corner with his assertion that there's no need to fact check what his guests say on the air because viewers can do that “on their own terms.”
Discussion: The Agonist and Balloon Juice
Ed Kilgore / Salon:
The Republicans' 2012 problem  —  November 2010 is looking awfully good for the GOP.  But November 2012?  Not so much  —  Talk to most Democratic activists, and they'll concede that a Republican takeover of the House this fall is entirely possible.  Some will even contemplate …
CNN:
Schumer: Five major airlines commit to no carry-on fees  —  Washington (CNN) - Sen. Charles Schumer announced Sunday that several major airlines have promised not to charge passengers for carry-on baggage.  —  Schumer, D-New York, said he personally contacted officials at American Airlines …
Discussion: The Hill
Rasmussen Reports:
57% Have More Trust In Those In Congress Who Voted Against Bailouts  —  Government bailouts are still a sore subject with most voters.  But the Political class remains supportive of efforts to have taxpayers bail out troubled and failing companies.  —  A new Rasmussen Reports national …
Discussion: Scared Monkeys and RedState
James C. McKinley Jr / New York Times:
Fleeing Drug Violence, Mexicans Pour Into U.S.  —  FORT HANCOCK, Tex. — The giant rusty fence of metal bars along the border here, built in recent years to keep illegal immigrants from crossing into the United States, has a new nickname among local residents: Jurassic Park Gate …
Discussion: ThreatsWatch and Pat Dollard
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
UK Election Comments 1.0  —  Expat TPM Reader TG checks in from the UK ...  (ed.note: In consultation with TG, one passage of the original email was deleted to obscure just which constituency TG's working in.)
Discussion: Matthew Yglesias
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Rosa Prince / Telegraph:
General election 2010: war in Afghanistan to play part UK in campaign
Karoli / Crooks and Liars:
Koch Industries denies funding tea parties, but official filings say otherwise  —  For some odd reason, the Koch folks want to be one degree of separation from the tea parties.  I don't understand it, since the good tea party people are simply grassroots, everyman movements, based on Mom …
Byron York / Washington Examiner:
How Clinton exploited Oklahoma City for political gain  —  Former President Bill Clinton (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File) (AP)  —  With the 15th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing Monday, former President Bill Clinton is playing a starring role in the liberal effort to draw what the New York Times calls …
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The Note:
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