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3:05 PM ET, November 22, 2010

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Blogger Bob / The TSA Blog:
Response to “Young Boy Strip Searched by TSA”  —  A video is being widely circulated showing a shirtless boy receiving secondary screening from a Transportation Security Officer (TSO).  A passenger filmed the screening with their cell phone and posted the video on the web.
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The Note:
TSA Head John Pistole: If Passengers Don't Undergo Screening, 'They Don't Have a Right' to Fly  —  ABC News' Huma Khan reports: Transportation Security Administration head John Pistole today defended controversial new security procedures and argued that if passengers want to get on a plane, they have to undergo new screening procedures.
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
ABCNEWS:
TSA Pat Down Went Too Far, Agency Chief Says
Jordy Yager / The Hill:
TSA kept quiet on new rules to not provide ‘roadmap’ to terrorists
Discussion: The Hill and The Gateway Pundit
Ashley Halsey III / Washington Post:
Scientists say they have solution to TSA scanner objections
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
There Will Be Blood  —  Former Senator Alan Simpson is a Very Serious Person.  He must be — after all, President Obama appointed him as co-chairman of a special commission on deficit reduction.  —  So here's what the very serious Mr. Simpson said on Friday: “I can't wait for the blood bath in April. ...
Ben Smith / The Politico:
View from Middle East: President Obama is a problem  —  JERUSALEM — Vowing to change a region that has resisted the best efforts of presidents and prime ministers past, Barack Obama dove head first into the Middle East peace process on his second day in office.  —  He was supposed to be different.
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Jackson Diehl / Washington Post:
Obama's foreign policy needs an update  —  For help understanding the foreign policy headlines of the past week, let's return, briefly, to the spring of 1983, when Barack Obama was a student at Columbia University.  What were the burning international issues of that time?
CNN:
TRENDING: Poll: Obama eight point advantage over Palin in '12 matchup
Discussion: HotAirPundit
Jason Zengerle / New York Magazine:
The Answer Is No  —  New Jersey governor Chris Christie is denying money to teachers and tunnels, oxygen to Democrats, and intentions to run for president in 2012.  Which is only making him more popular.  —  C  —  hris Christie, the governor of New Jersey, was trolling for clicks.
Discussion: Democracy in America
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Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Christie: All Sen. Lautenberg does is ‘blow hot air’  —  New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) is not particularly fond of Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), saying in a recent interview that he is full of “hot air.”  —  The new governor said he did not appreciate Lautenberg's criticism of his decision …
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Bombshell evidence may make Waters an ethics nightmare for Dems  —  Apparently, the Charlie Rangel ethics trial was just the warm-up act.  The New York Times reported over the weekend that the House Ethics Committee suddenly postponed the trial of Maxine Waters on ethics violation because it found …
Gerard Wynn / Reuters:
U.S. corn ethanol “was not a good policy"-Gore  —  * U.S. ethanol consumes about 40 pct corn crop  —  Former U.S. vice-president Al Gore said support for corn-based ethanol in the United States was “not a good policy”, weeks before tax credits are up for renewal.
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Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:   Gore: On second thought, I was just pandering to the farm vote on ethanol
The Note:
Mike Huckabee: Divided Government May Boost Obama's 2012 Re-Election Chances  —  ABC News' Michael Falcone reports:  —  It's a question that every potential 2012 Republican presidential candidate has to ask before jumping into the race: Could I beat Barack Obama?
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Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Poll finds Obama, Romney deadlocked in 2012 matchup
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Drudge wins  —  The weekend collapse of the Administration's airline screening policy is hard to understand as a matter of messaging, with Clinton undermining the TSA's screening regime and the relevant official sending a hazy mixed message on the subject, even as the screening policy remains in place.
Clint Hill / New York Times:
On Mrs. Kennedy's Detail  —  IT was with great trepidation that I approached 3704 N Street in Washington on Nov. 10, 1960.  I had just been given the assignment of providing protection for the wife of the newly elected president of the United States, and I was about to meet her for the first time.
Discussion: msnbc.com
Washington Post:
Chandra Levy verdict: Ingmar Guandique is guilty of murder  —  A D.C. Superior Court jury on Monday found Ingmar Guandique guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of former federal intern Chandra Levy.  —  The jury of nine women and three men reached its verdict after 3 1/2 days of deliberations.
Jefferson Morley / The Atlantic Online:
The Kennedy Assassination: 47 Years Later, What Do We Really Know?  —  Despite the enduring popularity of conspiracy theories about President John F. Kennedy's death on November 22, 1963, it's a mainstream consensus that these theories have always been essentially the work of cranks …
BBC:
Nato official clarifies Kabul child safety comment  —  Mark Sedwill: ‘Children are safer here than London, New York or Glasgow’  —  A senior Nato official who said children may be safer growing up in Kabul than London or Glasgow has sought to distance himself from his comments.
Suzanne Goldenberg / Guardian:
Sarah Palin drops 2012 presidency hint with staff visit to Iowa  —  Palin scouts for office space in early voting state, suggesting next week's visit will be ‘more than just a book signing’  —  Sarah Palin has dropped another hint of her intention to run for the White House in 2012 …
Myglesias / Yglesias:
Trains, Planes, and Pollution  —  Fun chart from my colleagues:  —  What's more, not only is intercity rail energy efficient compared to other means of transportation but it's typically electricity which can be produced with much less pollution per unit of energy output.
Susan M. Cover / Portland Press-Herald:
Snowe: Constitutionality of care law is arguable  —  and Rebekah Metzler rmetzler@mainetoday.com  —  Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins are co-signing an amicus, or friend of the court, brief to be submitted to the federal court in Florida that will hear a constitutional challenge of the federal health care reform law.
John Cassidy / New Yorker:
WHAT GOOD IS WALL STREET?  —  Much of what investment bankers do is socially worthless.  —  A few months ago, I came across an announcement that Citigroup, the parent company of Citibank, was to be honored, along with its chief executive, Vikram Pandit, for “Advancing the Field of Asset Building in America.”
Discussion: DealBook and Money & Company
Wall Street Journal:
Some States Weigh Unthinkable Option: Ending Medicaid  —  Huge budget shortfalls are prompting a handful of states to begin discussing a once-unthinkable scenario: dropping out of the Medicaid insurance program for the poor.  —  Elected and appointed officials in nearly a half-dozen states …
Discussion: Colorlines, Hit & Run and Shakesville
Vicki Needham / The Hill:
Anti-earmark amendment cedes lawmakers' powers to White House  —  Even if the full Senate doesn't pass an earmark moratorium, a refusal by lawmakers to direct funding to their congressional districts will likely give more spending-priority power to the Obama administration and won't do much to chip away at the federal deficit.
Matt Smith / CNN:
Oklahoma's Islamic law ban heads to court  —  (CNN) — A federal judge will hear arguments Monday on a temporary restraining order against an Oklahoma referendum that would ban the use of Islamic religious law in state courts.  —  Oklahoma voters approved the amendment during the November elections by a 7-3 ratio.
 
 
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