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12:15 PM ET, October 10, 2010

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New York Times:
Outraged, and Outrageous  —  Top row from left: RT America; Atlas Shrugs; ABC News; Atlas Shrugs.  Second row: Fox News; Canadian Broadcasting Company; Atlas Shrugs; MSNBC.  Third row: CNN; Atlas Shrugs (Three photos).  Bottom Row: CBS NEWS; CNN; Atlas Shrugs (2 photos).
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Mark Townsend / Guardian:
Far-right linked to Tea Party activists
Discussion: Gates of Vienna
Maggie Haberman / The Politico:
Jerry Brown: Mammograms not effective  —  Smelling blood after a Jerry Brown associate used the word “whore” in connection with Meg Whitman's campaign strategy, Republican sources have provided a 15-year-old video of the Democratic gubernatorial hopeful dismissing mammograms in an old interview.
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Jeff Dunetz / YID With LID:
Jerry Brown “There Is No Evidence That Mammograms Are Effective”  —  California Gubernatorial Candidate Jerry Brown may very well get another endorsement from a major Woman's advocacy group.  Yesterday the day after The Los Angeles Times distributed an audio taped conversation between him and an associate …
Discussion: GayPatriot and Moe Lane
Sebastian Thrun / The Official Google Blog:
What we're driving at  —  Larry and Sergey founded Google because they wanted to help solve really big problems using technology.  And one of the big problems we're working on today is car safety and efficiency.  Our goal is to help prevent traffic accidents, free up people's …
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John Markoff / New York Times:
Google Cars Drive Themselves, in Traffic  —  MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Anyone driving the twists of Highway 1 between San Francisco and Los Angeles recently may have glimpsed a Toyota Prius with a curious funnel-like cylinder on the roof.  Harder to notice was that the person at the wheel was not actually driving.
Washington Post:
Beyond the tea party: What Americans really think of government  —  If there is an overarching theme of election 2010, it is the question of how big the government should be and how far it should reach into people's lives.  —  Americans have a more negative view of government today than they did a decade ago, or even a few years ago.
Associated Press:
‘SNL’ hits O'Donnell again  —  WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — “Saturday Night Live” has taken another jab at Christine O'Donnell - and the Delaware Senate candidate says the riff on her recent television campaign ad “was really funny.”  —  In the ad that debuted this week, O'Donnell tells the camera, “I'm not a witch.”
Discussion: CNN
Sam Youngman / The Hill:
‘Professional left’ says Obama's needling strategy to get voters out won't work  —  High-profile liberals say President Obama's attempts to badger Democrats into voting will not work this November.  —  Jane Hamsher, founder of the blog FireDogLake.com, told The Hill in an email Friday …
Laura M. Holson / New York Times:
Outflanked on Right, Coulter Seeks New Image  —  “I WROTE a new speech for the gays and I don't have it memorized yet!” said Ann Coulter, as she ducked into a hallway in the Union Square apartment of the venture capitalist Peter Thiel on a recent Saturday night, flicking a half-empty packet of Habitrol gum between her fingers.
Zachary A. Goldfarb / Washington Post:
Government had been warned for months about troubles in mortgage servicer industry  —  Consumer advocates and lawyers warned federal officials in recent years that the U.S. foreclosure system was designed to seize people's homes as fast as possible, often without regard to the rights of homeowners.
Discussion: Firedoglake and Crooks and Liars
Washington Post:
Mr. Wen confesses  —  ON THE MATTER of its overvalued currency, China has long insisted that it is invulnerable to pressure from the United States and other countries.  And, indeed, China so far has met American criticism with mere token steps toward a more balanced policy.
Ann Althouse / Althouse:
Russ Feingold and his GOP challenger Ron Johnson answer a question about how close they are to the beliefs of the Tea Party.  —  Watch Russ Feingold confidently assert that he represents Tea Party values.  Marvel at the importance of reading the Constitution at an early age and carrying it around all the time.
Discussion: The Other McCain
Bridget Johnson / The Hill:
Van Hollen brushes off members' ads that seek distance from Obama, Pelosi  —  The chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee brushed off various members' ads touting opposition to President Obama and Speakers Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), saying that it simply shows the party is a big tent unlike the right.
Discussion: CNN
 
 
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Mark Leibovich / New York Times:
Vilified or Not, Pelosi Insists She's Winning
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Bridget Johnson / The Hill:
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The Marine Who Has Barney Frank Worried
Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Conspiracy theorists find validation from Glenn Beck
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Toledo Blade:
Iott's Nazi re-enactments gain national attention
Myglesias / Matthew Yglesias:
Macroeconomics: Can Anyone Play This Game?
Discussion: Paul Krugman
CNN:
Angle: Two American cities under Sharia law