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9:25 AM ET, October 4, 2010

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Las Vegas Sun Blogs:
Angle: “I'm not sure I can win” if Ashjian's in, nat'l GOPers “have lost their principles,” need to “leave me alone”  — Team Angle on tape: Shows she is ‘blunt, plain spoken’ leader: Team Reid: ‘supreme hypocrisy’ by trying to make deal  —  That's just some of what GOP Senate nominee Sharron Angle …
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Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Tell us what you really think, Ms. Angle  —  Jon Ralston today posted a remarkable audio recording of Nevada Republican Sharron Angle meeting privately with a conservative rival, Scott Ashjian, and his allies.  —  The recording is worth listening to in full despite its poor quality.
Discussion: Wonkette and Las Vegas Sun Blogs
Bridget Johnson / The Hill:
Brown: Tea Partiers ‘do not seem to much like America the way we are’  —  Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) argued in an op-ed that the Tea Party is divisive, driven by anger and doesn't like America “the way we are.”  —  Writing in Monday's USA Today, Brown said that liberals should be proud …
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Fear and Favor  —  A note to Tea Party activists: This is not the movie you think it is.  You probably imagine that you're starring in “The Birth of a Nation,” but you're actually just extras in a remake of “Citizen Kane.”  —  True, there have been some changes in the plot.
Discussion: Guardian, Daily Kos and Prairie Weather
Jason Mattera / Human Events:
HUMAN EVENTS Reporter Assaulted at Leftist Rally  —  A liberal protester at the “One Nation Working Together” march physically assaulted a HUMAN EVENTS reporter who was videotaping Rep. Charlie Rangel (D.-N.Y) at the event at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
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Michael O'Brien / The Hill:
DNC boasts best fundraising month in 2010 cycle with $16M  —  Democrats boasted their best fundraising month of this cycle, raising over $16 million in the month of September.  —  The Democratic National Committee (DNC) will report over $16 million in revenues from last month when its files …
Discussion: The Politico and Prairie Weather
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Michael D. Shear / The Caucus:
New Fund-raising Record Gives Democrats Hope for Midterms
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
White House: Dems gaining ground on GOP in voter enthusiasm
Discussion: The Politico
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Chasing Fox  —  The loud, cartoonish blood sport that's engorged MSNBC, exhausted CNN—and is making our body politic delirious.  —  In the spring of 2006, a year and a half after he was hired to run CNN/U.S., Jonathan Klein went to his boss Jim Walton with an idea.  CNN was in trouble.
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Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
Kathleen Parker and Eliot Spitzer, CNN's duo of civil dispute
Discussion: NewsBusters.org
Ryan Lizza / New Yorker:
AS THE WORLD BURNS  —  How the Senate and the White House missed their best chance to deal with climate change.  —  On April 20, 2010, Senators John Kerry, Lindsey Graham, and Joseph Lieberman, along with three aides, visited Rahm Emanuel, President Obama's chief of staff, at the White House.
John / Verum Serum:
Restoring Honor vs. One Nation: The Animated Gif  —  I have tweaked the photos a bit to make them more similar (exposure, sharpening, etc.) but I have not done anything to the crowds or any cloning.  Quite a difference:  —  Remember, the organizers were claiming they definitely had more people.
Patrick O'Connor / Bloomberg:
Rendell Says He'd Like to Succeed Emanuel, Not Expecting Offer From Obama  —  Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell says he'd love to replace Rahm Emanuel as Barack Obama's next chief of staff, while allowing that he may be the last person the president would pick for the job.
Discussion: CNN
Richard Norton-Taylor / Guardian:
British intelligence denies US terror warnings sparked by new info  —  US warning of commando terror attacks in Europe irritates European officials, who say no evidence plot is imminent  —  Fresh warnings of possible terror attacks in Europe issued by the US were not sparked any new intelligence …
Erika Lovley / The Politico:
Disloyal Dems: Will Pelosi strike back?  —  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has become a punching bag for struggling Democratic House colleagues this fall, but some mouthy members have hit below the belt, raising questions about whether they'll face a Pelosi punishment after the elections.
Discussion: Sweetness & Light
Nick Allen / Telegraph:
Ground Zero mosque likened to Superman's HQ  —  Futuristic designs for an Islamic centre and mosque near the site of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York have been unveiled to widespread expert acclaim.  —  The sketches showed a 16-storey building wrapped in a honeycomb of abstract shapes.
Discussion: Don Surber
Graham Bowley / New York Times:
Cheap Debt for Corporations Fails to Spur Economy  —  As many households and small businesses are being turned away by bank loan officers, large corporations are borrowing vast sums of money for next to nothing — simply because they can.  —  Companies like Microsoft are raising billions …
Discussion: Prairie Weather and Half Sigma
T.W. Farnamand Dan Eggen / Washington Post:
Interest-group spending for midterm up fivefold from 2006; many sources secret  —  Interest groups are spending five times as much on the 2010 congressional elections as they did on the last midterms, and they are more secretive than ever about where that money is coming from.
thepage.time.com:
TRUMP CARD  —  PAGE EXCLUSIVE: New Hampshire voters polled by phone on their feelings about The Donald and 2012.  —  Read the startling details after the jump.  —  According to sources familiar with the calls, New Hampshire residents received a telephone poll in September testing multiple …
Discussion: CNN
Steve Kingstone / BBC:
Rousseff falls short of outright win in Brazil election  —  For Serra's supporters, a second round is an achievement in itself  —  Brazil's presidential election will go to a second round after Dilma Rousseff failed to gain the 50% of votes needed for an outright victory.
Discussion: PoliBlog
Neil Steinberg / Washington Post:
Chicago, get ready for Rahm Emanuel's charm offensive  —  CHICAGO — So Rahm Emanuel, the ultimate sharp-elbowed Washington power broker, thinks he can just quit his job as White House chief of staff, catch a plane to O'Hare, slip on a Bears jacket midflight, land smiling and convince a majority …
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Scott Shane / New York Times:
Vagueness of Alert Leaves Travelers Frustrated
Discussion: Top of the Ticket and Fox News
Lynne P. Shackleford / Spartanburg Herald-Journal:
DeMint addresses conservative issues at Spartanburg church rally
Jim Efstathiou Jr / Bloomberg:
New York Times to Repay Carlos Slim's $250 Million Loan Three Years Early
Jonathan Weisman / Wall Street Journal:
Obama Likely to Scale Back Legislative Plans
Ynetnews:
Lieberman: Obama trying to force agreement on Israel
Discussion: Israel Matzav
Jonathan / Rebellious Pixels:
Donald Duck Discovers Glenn Beck in “Right Wing Radio Duck”
Malcolm Gay / New York Times:
More States Allowing Guns in Bars
Discussion: Pam's House Blend
Jack Kelly / Real Clear Politics:
The Rise of Black Republicans
Discussion: Scared Monkeys
 Earlier Items: 
Bloomberg:
Unemployment in U.S. Probably Rose as Recovery Can't Generate Enough Jobs
Michael Patrick Leahy / Big Journalism:
News the Old Media Won't Tell You: More Trash at One Sparsely …
Discussion: The Other McCain and Wolf Files
NY Daily News:
Tea Party-backed Carl Paladino gets millions in tax breaks …
Susan Crabtree / The Hill:
Conyers lost driver's license after renewal check bounced
Discussion: Gateway Pundit and Weasel Zippers
Glenn Harlan Reynolds / Washington Examiner:
Tea Party dominance was inevitable — and I told you so