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9:00 AM ET, August 16, 2010

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Hillel Koren / Globes Online:
Harvard University fund sells all Israel holdings  —  No reason for the sale was mentioned in the report to the SEC.  —  In another blow to Israeli shares, the Harvard Management Company notified the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Friday that it had sold all its holdings …
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Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs:
Harvard Whores for Jihad: Harvard University Fund Sells all Israel holdings  —  Look at how far we have sunk.  America's once leading institution for higher learning pimps for jihad.  We knew that these institutions like Harvard, Georgetown, etc., would unashamedly dance on demand …
John / Power Line:
Et Tu, Harvard?  —  On Friday, Harvard University reported in an SEC filing that it has sold all of the shares it owned in Israeli companies.  The total wasn't large, by Harvard's standards, around $39 million, and the university didn't offer an explanation.
New York Post:
Terror group's leader: ‘Have to build it’  —  By S.A. MILLER in Washington and TOM TOPOUSIS in New York  —  A leader of the Hamas terror group yesterday jumped into the emotional debate on the plan to construct a mosque near Ground Zero — insisting Muslims “have to build” it there.
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NY Daily News:
It's an emotional issue, but blocking the Ground Zero mosque …
Dexter Filkins / New York Times:
Petraeus Opposes a Rapid Pullout in Afghanistan  —  KABUL, Afghanistan — Gen. David H. Petraeus, the commander of American and NATO forces, began a campaign on Sunday to convince an increasingly skeptical public that the American-led coalition can still succeed here despite months of setbacks …
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Yahoo! News:
Gates, Petraeus clash on Afghan pull-out
James Hohmann / The Politico:
Petraeus downplays July 2011 timeline
Mark Whitehouse / Wall Street Journal:
Boomers Threaten Economy  —  America's baby boomers—those born between 1946 and 1964—face a problem that could weigh on the economy for years to come: The longer it takes for the economy to recover, the less money they'll have to spend in retirement.  —  Policy makers have long worried …
Discussion: Clusterstock and Philly.com
Abby Phillip / The Politico:
Cornyn predicts GOP majority will take two cycles  —  Texas Sen. John Cornyn, chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, predicted on Sunday that the GOP will make gains in November's midterm elections but efforts to overtake Democrats may take two election cycles.
Discussion: Red Dog Report
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Fox News:
Administration's Muddled Response on Mosque Creates New Election Year Debate
Jimmy So / CBS News:
GOP Pundit: Obama's Mosque Talk “Dumbest Thing”
Discussion: THEROOT.COM
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
Islam in Two Americas  —  There's an America where it doesn't matter what language you speak, what god you worship, or how deep your New World roots run.  An America where allegiance to the Constitution trumps ethnic differences, language barriers and religious divides.
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Attacking Social Security  —  Social Security turned 75 last week.  It should have been a joyous occasion, a time to celebrate a program that has brought dignity and decency to the lives of older Americans.  —  But the program is under attack, with some Democrats as well as nearly all Republicans joining the assault.
Discussion: Crooks and Liars
The Politico:
Obama helps governors to help himself  —  President Barack Obama will do more in two days this week for his party's candidates for governor than he has done all year, wrapping his arm around several of the most highly touted gubernatorial hopefuls on the ballot in 2010.
Mark Hemingway / Beltway Confidential:
Obama hits new low in Gallup's daily tracking poll  —  Obama approval sinks to 42 percent in Gallup's daily tracking poll.  And this didn't get much play, but earlier in the week Gallup surveyed Americans on how the president was handling a slew of issues.  The only issue where Obama …
Discussion: Red Dog Report and Scared Monkeys
Andrew Jacobs / New York Times:
Laid-Off Chinese Bank Workers Refuse to Go Quietly  —  BEIJING — These are heady days for China's state-controlled banks.  Last month, the Agricultural Bank of China made its stock market debut, bringing in $22 billion for the largest public offering ever.
Discussion: naked capitalism
David Barboza / New York Times:
China Passes Japan as Second-Largest Economy  —  SHANGHAI — After three decades of spectacular growth, China passed Japan in the second quarter to become the world's second-largest economy behind the United States, according to government figures released early Monday.
 
 
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Ambassador Dore Gold / Washington Examiner:
Israeli-Palestinian negotiations and the issue of the 1967 border
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Michael A. Memoli / Los Angeles Times:
Conservative group kicks off $4.1-million election ad campaign
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Paul / Power Line:
Time for a real debate on citizenship, Part Two
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Frank Rich / New York Times:
Angels in America
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