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11:05 PM ET, June 29, 2010

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Kos / Daily Kos:
More on Research 2000  —  I have just published a report by three statistics wizards showing, quite convincingly, that the weekly Research 2000 State of the Nation poll we ran the past year and a half was likely bunk.  —  Since the moment Mark Grebner, Michael Weissman …
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Kos / Daily Kos:
Research 2000: Problems in plain sight  —  A bit over two weeks ago, a group of statistic wizards (Mark Grebner, Michael Weissman, and Jonathan Weissman) approached me with a disturbing premise — they had been poring over the crosstabs of the weekly Research 2000 polling we had been running …
Andrew Breitbart / Big Journalism:
Reward: $100,000 for Full ‘JournoList’ Archive; Source Fully Protected  —  I've had $100,000 burning in my pocket for the last three months and I'd really like to spend it on a worthy cause.  So how about this: in the interests of journalistic transparency, and to offer the American public …
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Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Breitbart's bounty  —  Andrew Breitbart is, entertainingly …
Discussion: Breitbart.tv
John / Power Line:
A Smoking Gun in the Kagan Case?  —  Shannen Coffin was a deputy attorney general during the Bush administration, and was charged with defending the federal partial-birth abortion act in court.  At National Review, he writes that documents released by the Clinton White House show Elena Kagan's …
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Yuval Levin / The Corner on National Review Online:
The War on Science — By: Yuval Levin
National Review:
Kagan's Abortion Distortion
Discussion: Flopping Aces
PittsburghLIVE.com:
Obama's good for GOP, Boehner says  —  PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW  —  House Minority Leader John Boehner, the Ohio Republican with his eye on Speaker Nancy Pelosi's gavel, said the tide is turning the GOP's way.  —  “The American people have written off the Democrats,” …
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Silla Brush / The Hill:
Wall Street bill back to conference as Democrats don't have the votes  —  Senate and House conferees on Wall Street reform are expected to reconvene Tuesday because of Republican objections to $19 billion in fees that would be placed on big financial firms.  —  The meeting would follow …
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John Carney / CNBC:
Lawmakers Agree to Remove Taxes in Financial Reform Bill  —  House-Senate conferees have agreed to remove some $19 billion in new bank fees and taxes from the financial overhaul bill in order to win final approval for the legislation.  —  Instead, lawmakers will likely end …
scottbrown.senate.gov:
Brown Sends Letter To Dodd, Frank Opposing $19 Billion Bank Tax …
The Hill:
Obama to senators: Include carbon limits in energy package  —  Leading Senate advocates of climate change legislation emerged from a White House meeting proclaiming President Barack Obama offered firm support for including greenhouse gas curbs in the broad energy package slated for Senate debate this summer.
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The Note:
GOP Sen To Obama: You Can't Talk Energy Bill Without Talking BP
Discussion: Weasel Zippers and Pat Dollard
Kasie Hunt / The Politico:
Dems quietly cheer gun ruling  —  When the Supreme Court extended the individual right to own a gun Monday, they handed Second Amendment advocates—many of whom are at home in the GOP—one of their most significant legal victories ever.  —  But who won the day in politics?  The Democrats.
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David Kopel / Washington Times:
Sotomayor targets guns now
Nina Totenberg / NPR:
Supreme Court Extends Gun Rights Nationwide
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Think Progress:
Sharron Angle Is Against Abortion In Cases Of Rape Or Incest: It Would Interfere With God's ‘Plan’  —  In a radio interview with Bill Manders on Jan. 25, Sharron Angle — the GOP candidate and Tea Party darling challenging Harry Reid for Nevada's U.S. Senate seat — came out firmly against abortion.
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Fox News:   Rep. Stark Mocks Border Security Advocates: Who Are You Going to Kill Today?
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BBC:
Russia rejects US spy allegations
Matt Taibbi / Rolling Stone:
Lara Logan, You Suck  —  Lara Logan, come on down!  You're the next guest on Hysterical Backstabbing Jealous Hackfest 2010!  —  I thought I'd seen everything when I read David Brooks saying out loud in a New York Times column that reporters should sit on damaging comments to save their sources from their own idiocy.
Joan McCarter / Daily Kos:
Republican Senate wants homeless vets' families to stay homeless  —  Those patriotic Republicans are at it again.  This morning, Patty Murray spoke on the floor, requesting unanimous consent to pass the Homelss Women Veterans and Homeless Veterans with Children Act.
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The Huffington Post:
Republicans Object To Bill For Homeless Veterans (VIDEO)
Jay Nordlinger / The Corner on National Review Online:
‘Cheering in the Pressbox’ — By: Jay Nordlinger  —  This afternoon, I wrote a long, rather huffy post on liberal media bias.  It was prompted by 1) those reporters who were caught on tape trashing Sarah Palin, and 2) the David Weigel affair.  I have deep-sixed the post, however — spiked it.
Discussion: The Other McCain and alicublog
Larisa Alexandrovna / Raw Story:
Updated: Supreme Court vacates Siegelman decision  —  In a surprise decision Tuesday morning, the United States Supreme Court vacated an earlier ruling by a lower court in the case of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman, who was convicted of bribery and honest services fraud in 2006 in a case …
Christina Bellantoni / TPMDC:
Bill Clinton Breaks With Obama In Colorado Senate Race  —  Former President Bill Clinton today took sides in Colorado's Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate, endorsing Andrew Romanoff's challenge to Sen. Michael Bennet.  It's one of the hottest primary races left this year …
Matt Corley / Think Progress:
Bachmann: 'I Don't Want The United States To Be In A Global Economy'  —  This past weekend, President Obama attended the G-20 Summit on international economic cooperation in Toronto, which ended with a declaration calling for member countries to work “to ensure a full return to growth with quality jobs …
Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Feingold leads by 2  —  It's looking more and more likely that Wisconsin will be in the top tier of competitive Senate races this fall.  Russ Feingold leads challenger Ron Johnson by only two points, 45-43.  Johnson is polling closer to Feingold than Tommy Thompson was as he contemplated a potential campaign.
Discussion: National Review, NRSC and TPMDC
 
 
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