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11:20 AM ET, July 30, 2010

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U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis:
National Income and Product Accounts  —  Gross Domestic Product: Second Quarter 2010 (Advance Estimate)  —  Revised Estimates: 2007 through First Quarter 2010  —  Real gross domestic product — the output of goods and services produced by labor and property located in the United States …
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Catherine Rampell / New York Times:
U.S. Economic Growth Slowed to 2.4% Rate in 2nd Quarter  —  The United States economy expanded at an annual rate of 2.4 percent in the second quarter, after expanding 3.7 percent in the previous three months, the Commerce Department reported on Friday.  —  Nonresidential fixed investment …
Jeannine Aversa / Associated Press:
Recovery loses speed as consumers turn cautious  —  WASHINGTON - The recovery lost momentum in the second quarter as growth slowed to a 2.4 percent pace, its most sluggish showing in nearly a year and too weak to drive down unemployment.  —  Weaker spending by consumers …
Sara Murray / Wall Street Journal:   Revisions Show Weaker Economy
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Curbing Your Enthusiasm  —  Why does the Obama administration keep looking for love in all the wrong places?  Why does it go out of its way to alienate its friends, while wooing people who will never waver in their hatred?  —  These questions were inspired by the ongoing suspense …
Christina Bellantoni / TPMDC:
Dems Call On GOPers To Renounce Phyllis Schlafly Over Remarks About ‘Unmarried Women’ (AUDIO)  —  Conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly took aim at “unmarried women” at a recent fundraiser and in an interview with TPM, saying that they overwhelmingly support President Obama and are all on welfare.
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Robert Stacy McCain / The Other McCain:
When Phyllis Schlafly Speaks the Truth, Democrats Call It ‘Extremism’  —  Phyllis Schlafly is one of conservatism's great heroines.  Both Michelle Malkin and Ann Coulter acknowledge Schlafly's influence as a role model.  Forty-six years after her rallying cry for Goldwater, A Choice Not an Echo …
Quinnipiac University:
Crist On Top In 3-Way Florida Senate Race, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Dem Sink Tied With Either Republican In Govenor's Race  —  Florida Gov. Charlie Crist leads the three-way race for the U.S. Senate seat with 37 percent, followed by 32 percent for Republican Marco Rubio and 17 percent …
Laura Myers / Las Vegas Review-Journal:
U.S. SENATE RACE: Poll: Reid, Angle neck and neck  —  Sixty percent of Nevadans see nation on wrong track  —  Sen. Harry Reid and Sharron Angle are locked in a dead heat, says a new poll for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and KLAS-TV, Channel 8 that shows the GOP challenger regaining ground …
David Freedlander / New York Observer:
McMahon Campaign Hits Grimm For Taking “Jewish Money”  —  Mike Grimm, a G.O.P challenger for Mike McMahon's Congressional seat, took in over $200,000 in his last filing.  —  But in an effort to show that Grimm lacks support among voters in the district, which covers Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn …
ABCNEWS:
Rangel Ethics Trial ‘Right Course,’ Gibbs Says  —  Political Parties Spar Over Ethics, Leadership as Rangel Case Moves Forward  —  A House committee took the “right course” by moving ahead with plans for a public trial of New York Rep. Charles Rangel on ethics charges …
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Washington Post:
Charges against Rangel unveiled after efforts to reach settlement fail
CNN:
Army private transferred to Virginia amid WikiLeaks probe  —  (CNN) — An Army private suspected of leaking classified material, including videos and other documents, has been transferred from Kuwait to a Marine Corps brig in Quantico, Virginia.  —  Pfc. Bradley Manning …
Discussion: newsfeed.time.com
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Robert Winnett / Telegraph:
Wikileaks Afghanistan: Taliban ‘hunting down informants’
Discussion: Mudville Gazette and The Page
Jeremy Schwartz / Austin American-Statesman:
Banks won't take Fort Hood shooting suspect's paychecks  —  BELTON — As he sits in the Bell County Jail, accused of the Nov. 5 Fort Hood shooting that left 13 dead, Maj. Nidal Hasan continues to receive his monthly U.S. Army paycheck, which based on his rank and experience is probably more than $6,000.
Discussion: Left Coast Rebel
Edward Wyatt / New York Times:
S.E.C. Charges Brothers With $550 Million Fraud  —  WASHINGTON — Samuel and Charles Wyly, the billionaire brothers from Dallas who are large donors to philanthropies and to conservative causes, were charged Thursday with conducting an extensive securities fraud that the Securities …
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Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Reid plans showdown with GOP on funds for education, Medicaid  —  Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) will force Republicans to vote next week on a $26.1 billion package of education funding and Medicaid assistance to states.  —  It will be a tough vote for centrist Republicans …
Discussion: CNN
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Stephen Ohlemacher / Associated Press:
Republicans block small business lending bill
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Did the government cause the Gulf spill?  —  The generally accepted view of the Deepwater Horizon disaster has focused on the blowout preventer and the non-standard procedures BP conducted just before the explosion and fire.  However, most of the damage and the main source of the spill came …
Elizabeth Williamson / Washington Wire:
Gibbs Takes on Rush Limbaugh  —  At a briefing today to discuss the administration's efforts to rescue the auto industry, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs took on conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh—and every other critic “sitting in the cheap seats” -for criticizing the rescue …
Joe Conason / Salon:
Fred Barnes not on a team?  Why did GOP pay him?  —  The Weekly Standard editor claimed political purity in bashing Journolist, but he's on the Republican payroll  —  In the pages of the Wall Street Journal, Fred Barnes has lately lamented the betrayal of “traditional journalism” …
Mike Allen / The Politico:
Jeffrey Zients will be acting Office of Management and Budget chief  —  TAGS: - Barack Obama, - White House, - Peter Orszag, - Rahm Emanuel, - Obama Administration, - Rob Nabors, - Office Of Management And Budget, - Jeffrey Jeffrey Zients  —  Jeffrey Zients will be acting director …
Discussion: The Page
Gregg Zoroya / USA Today:
Army suicides linked to risky behavior, lax discipline  —  WASHINGTON — After nine years of war, the Army attracts recruits ready for combat but inclined toward risky personal behavior — a volatile mix that led to more deaths from suicide, drug overdoses and drinking and driving than from warfare, an Army review concludes.
Ben Smith / The Politico:
Orszag leaves his mark  —  Peter Orszag may have had the shortest tenure of any member of the Obama Cabinet, but in an administration dominated by a powerful White House staff, he left as deep a mark as almost anyone in it.  —  The 41-year-old economist, whose last day is Friday …
Discussion: The Page
Barney Henderson / Telegraph:
North Korean football team shamed in six-hour public inquiry over World Cup  —  North Korea's football team has been shamed in a six-hour public inquisition and the team's coach has been accused of “betraying” the reclusive leader's heir apparent following their failure at the World Cup, according to reports.
Discussion: SBNation.com
Jeffrey M. Jones / Gallup:
Americans Look to Wealthy to Help Save Social Security  —  Favor expanding Social Security taxes, limiting benefits for high-income Americans  —  PRINCETON, NJ — Of six possible ways to address concerns with the Social Security system in a recent USA Today/Gallup poll, a majority of Americans favor two …
Discussion: Firedoglake and Donklephant
 
 
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