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11:00 AM ET, May 28, 2010

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Paul Kane / Washington Post:
Sestak says his brother, White House met about alleged job offer  —  Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.) said Thursday his brother has spoken with White House officials about the congressman's allegation that he was offered an Obama administration job if he would stay out of a Democratic Senate primary.
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Greg Sargent / The Plum Line:
EXCLUSIVE: White House asked Clinton to talk to Sestak about Senate run  —  Senior White House advisers asked former President Bill Clinton to talk to Joe Sestak about whether he was serious about running for Senate, and to feel out whether he'd be open to other alternatives, according to sources familiar with the situation.
Byron York / Associated Press:   Obama dodges, but Sestak questions won't go away
New York Times:
House Votes to Allow Repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Law  —  WASHINGTON — The House voted Thursday to let the Defense Department repeal the ban on gay and bisexual people from serving openly in the military, a major step toward dismantling the 1993 law widely known as “don't ask, don't tell.”
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Washington Post:
House votes to end ÂÂ'don't ask, don't tell' policy
Discussion: Federal Eye and New York Magazine
Yvonne Wenger / postandcourier.com:
Folks' data shows 600 Haley calls  —  Colleagues' talks prove nothing, candidate's manager says  —  COLUMBIA — In 2007, the year political blogger Will Folks claims he had an affair with state Rep. Nikki Haley, the two spoke by phone at least 600 times.  —  Some of those calls came late at night …
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FITSNews:
“Haley-gate:” Night Calls  —  S.C. Rep. Nikki Haley and FITSNews' editor Will Folks exchanged over 700 phone calls during the past three years - most of them during the time that Folks admitted engaging in an “inappropriate physical relationship” with the front-running Republican gubernatorial candidate.
Raymond Rivera / WCIV:
ABC NEWS 4 Exclusive Interview with Nikki Haley
Wall Street Journal:
He Was Supposed to Be Competent  —  The spill is a disaster for the president and his political philosophy.  —  I don't see how the president's position and popularity can survive the oil spill.  This is his third political disaster in his first 18 months in office.
William A. Jacobson / Le·gal In·sur·rec· tion:
The Atlantic Has A Mess On Its Hands  —  The Atlantic Magazine thought it would be able to speak poetic historical justice, by splashing the headline that the original reviled one, Kenneth Starr of Monica and Bill and Blue Dress and Impeachment fame, had been arrested for running a Ponzi Scheme.
Discussion: Althouse and The Daily Beast
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Molly K. Hooper / The Hill:
GOP moves to repeal healthcare law  —  House Republican leaders introduced a bill Thursday to repeal and replace the sweeping healthcare law adopted in late March.  —  According to Rep. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), the measure would repeal the current law and replace it with the alternative …
Laura Myers / Las Vegas Review-Journal:
OPINION POLL: U.S. SENATE RACE: Survey shows Lowden gives GOP best chance of winning in fall  —  Lowden would attract more independent voters than Reid  —  Republican Sue Lowden has the best chance of defeating U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, according to a new poll for the Review-Journal that also suggests …
John Kennedy / Palm Beach Post:
Crist switches on 'Don't ask, don't tell' policy on gays in the military  —  TALLAHASEE — Gov. Charlie Crist's switch on the military's 'don't ask, don't tell' policy Thursday left the no-party Senate contender caught in a crossfire of criticism from his Democratic and Republican opponents.
Discussion: The Buzz, Hot Air and The Page
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Lesley Clark / St. Petersburg Times:
Crist does about-face on 'don't ask, don't tell'
Greg Sargent / The Plum Line:
Crist now supports DADT repeal compromise
New York Times:
‘Top Kill’ Effort Seems to Be Working, U.S. Says Cautiously  —  HOUSTON — The latest effort to plug a gushing underwater oil well in the Gulf of Mexico appeared to be working, officials and engineers said on Thursday morning, though definitive word on its success was still hours away.
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Boston Globe:
Mass. Senate passes crackdown on illegal immigrants  —  With one lawmaker citing President Lincoln's respect for the rule of law, the Massachusetts Senate passed a far-reaching crackdown this afternoon on illegal immigrants and those who would hire them, going further, senators said …
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Clinton: ‘The rich are not paying their fair share’  —  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a rare foray into domestic politics today, offering her view that — given America's high unemployment — wealthy Americans don't pay enough taxes.  —  “The rich are not paying their fair share …
Peter Feaver / Foreign Policy:
Obama's National Security Strategy: real change or just ‘Bush Lite?’  —  The roll-out of President Obama's National Security Strategy tries to frame the strategy as a repudiation of his predecessor's.  But the reality is that the new strategy is best characterized as “Bush Lite” …
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Nikki Sutton / White House.gov Blog Feed:
A Blueprint for Pursuing the World that We Seek
Jillian Rayfield / TPM LiveWire:
Rand Paul Suggests Children Of Illegal Immigrants Should Not Be U.S. Citizens (VIDEO)  —  Here's another one for the list of out-there Rand Paul statements...  Paul recently suggested to a Russian TV station that the U.S. should abandon its policy of granting citizenship to the children …
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Stephanie Chen / CNN:
Pediatricians now reject all female genital cutting  —  On Thursday the AAP withdrew a policy statement on female genital cutting released in April.  The statement suggested genital “pricking.”  —  (CNN) — The American Academy of Pediatrics has rescinded a controversial policy statement raising …
Susan Page / USA Today:
Poll finds anger over country's leaders  —  WASHINGTON — Americans are increasingly optimistic about the economy, but that brightening outlook hasn't softened their outrage over the country's direction and its political leadership, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds.
Reid Wilson / Hotline On Call:
DNC Pushes Sex Scandal Story  —  The DNC, the political wing of a president who launched his campaign decrying slash-and-burn campaign tactics, is highlighting new stories about a sex scandal rocking a GOP primary.  —  Earlier today, the DNC sent around a report from WSPA, the Spartanburg …
Discussion: RedState
Greg Hengler / Townhall.com:
Tavis Smiley: More Christians Than Muslims Blow Up People Every Single Day  —  Not only does this man of the Left believe what he is saying, but he does it with passion and conviction.  Smiley—a so-called Christian—is the product of a liberal education.  Liberalism in America has triumphed.
Discussion: The Right Scoop
 
 
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White House Keeps Pushing to Move Guantánamo Inmates to Illinois
CNN:
Bill Clinton back on the campaign trail
Discussion: Ben Smith's Blog
Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
Immigration pushes Whitman rightward
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
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Yuval Levin / The Corner on National Review Online:
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