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10:35 AM ET, November 25, 2010

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James C. McKinley Jr / New York Times:
Ex-House Leader DeLay Found Guilty in Texas Case  —  AUSTIN - A Texas jury Wednesday found Tom DeLay, the former House majority leader and Texas political powerhouse, guilty in a money-laundering trial involving contributions to political campaigns.  —  Jurors deliberated for 19 hours …
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Houston Chronicle:
DeLay maintains innocence following conviction  —  AUSTIN — Eight years after former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay helped engineer a Republican takeover of the Texas House and state congressional delegation, a Travis County jury Wednesday convicted him of felony money laundering in the 2002 elections.
Juan A. Lozano / Associated Press:
Jury convicts Tom DeLay in money laundering trial  —  AUSTIN, Texas - Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay — once one of the most powerful and feared Republicans in Congress — was convicted Wednesday on charges he illegally funneled corporate money to Texas candidates in 2002.
Washington Post:
DeLay convicted of money-laundering charges in campaign finance scheme  —  Former House majority leader Tom DeLay, the Texan architect of Republican power in Congress, was convicted Wednesday of illegally plotting to funnel corporate contributions to home-state legislative candidates in 2002.
Discussion: Greg's Opinion
Bridget Johnson / The Hill:   DeLay convicted on money laundering and conspiracy charges
Austin American-Statesman:
DeLay jurors focus on ‘both’ ends of transaction
David S. Broder / Washington Post:
What Murkowski's write-in win says about the electorate  —  If you have any doubts about the real meaning of this month's midterm elections, let me refer you to the most notable winner in those contests.  I am talking about Lisa Murkowski, the reelected senator from Alaska.
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Shane D'Aprile / Ballot Box:
Norm Coleman tells Miller to call it quits
Discussion: The Politico and CNN
Daily Mail:
Sarah Palin clubs to death a fish on reality show labelled ‘a snuff video’ by animal rights group  —  Sarah Palin is under fire for clubbing a fish to death on her new reality TV show.  —  The Tea Party darling and her daughter Bristol, 20, were shown on a halibut fishing trip filmed for her new programme, Sarah Palin's Alaska.
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Matt Viser / Boston Globe:
N.H. still not showing up on Palin's radar
Discussion: Pundit Press and Moe Lane
Associated Press:
SKorea's defense chief resigns over NKorea attack  —  YEONPYEONG ISLAND, South Korea — South Korea's defense minister resigned Thursday amid intense criticism two days after a North Korean artillery attack killed four people on a small island near the Koreas' disputed frontier.
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US Department of State:
TRANSCRIPT:  —  Today's briefing was held off-camera, so no video is available.
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Palin responds to Bushes' criticism: No offense but they're “blue bloods”  —  Too bad it wasn't Huckabee who tossed this rhetorical grenade, as we could have spent a fun afternoon ripping on him in the comments for such a heavy-handed populist pander.  (Huck would have thrown in a reference …
PR Newswire:
CAIR: Muslim Group Updates Travel Advisory for Holiday Weekend  —  The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today issued an updated travel advisory for those concerned about new airport security measures involving full-body scanners and more invasive pat-downs.  —  Background:
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Reza Sayah / CNN:
Pakistan president urged not to pardon Christian woman  —  Islambad, Pakistan (CNN) — Two prominent Pakistani Muslim leaders threatened Wednesday to call for nationwide protests if the president pardons a Christian woman sentenced to death for insulting the Muslim prophet Mohammed.
Discussion: The Jawa Report
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Associated Press:
Protesters oppose pardon for Pakistani Christian
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
Brian Montopoli / CBS News:
Obama Turkey Pardon: “It Feels Pretty Good to Stop at Least One Shellacking this November”  —  Updated 12:19 p.m. Eastern Time  —  President Obama on Wednesday morning pardoned a pair of turkeys - Apple and “feathered understudy” Cider - quipping that “it feels pretty good to stop at least one shellacking this November.”
Discussion: Althouse, Daily Kos and Infowars
John Schwartz / New York Times:
U.S. to Drop Color-Coded Terror Alerts  —  There goes another punch line.  —  The Department of Homeland Security is planning to get rid of the color-coded terrorism alert system.  Known officially as the Homeland Security Advisory System, the five-color scheme was introduced by the Bush administration in March 2002.
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Anatomy of a journalistic smear job  —  (updated below - Update II - Update III [Response from authors])  —  One long-standing — and justifiable — progressive grievance is that whenever ordinary Americans allow their personal plight to enter the public sphere in a way that advances …
Brobinson / Fox Nation:
Michelle Obama OKs Americans to Eat Pie on Thanksgiving  —  Barbara Walters White House interview, which included first lady Michelle Obama, ranged from the strife between North and South Korea to airport screening, the midterm elections, the economy, and Thanksgiving traditions.
The Huffington Post:
Palin Slams Michelle Obama Again, This Time For Anti-Obesity Campaign  —  WHAT'S YOUR REACTION? … WASHINGTON — An appearance by Sarah Palin on Laura Ingraham's radio show Wednesday morning drew a bit of pre-Thanksgiving buzz for a swipe she took at Barbara Bush for suggesting …
Discussion: Balloon Juice and FrumForum
Jesse Lee / White House.gov Blog Feed:
Weekly Address: Giving Thanks for Those Who Serve  —  The President expresses gratitude to America's military men and women and their families, and discusses the steps his administration is taking to help create jobs so that next Thanksgiving, Americans can give thanks for a stronger economy.
David Weigel / Weigel:
Outsider, Meet Insider  —  Rep. Allen West drew a ton of attention — I think he's the most-analyzed freshman of the transition — after briefly selecting radio host Joyce Kaufman as his chief of staff.  But West's slip-up over the hiring of a controversial outsider seems to be a one-off.
Discussion: The New Republic
 
 
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BBC:
Irish unveil tough austerity plan
Haaretz:
Hezbollah official hints at group's involvement in Hariri murder
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Maayana Miskin / Arutz Sheva:
Report: Clinton and Obama Pulled ‘Bait and Switch’ on Netanyahu
Discussion: Israel Matzav
Haaretz:
Israel's leaders have handcuffed themselves to the extreme right
Cepremo / CBS Minnesota:
Armed MN Lawmaker Detained Near Planned Parenthood
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Del Valle proposal: Three years at city college, final year at public university
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 Earlier Items: 
Washington Post:
The GOP: Gobbling up our blessings
Discussion: Daily Kos
Fhardingj / CNN:
Democrats Accuse GOP Senator of Breaking Pledge on Earmarks. True?
Discussion: Weigel
Karl Smith / Modeled Behavior:
Unsubstantiated Claims Part II
Discussion: Mother Jones
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Evan McMorris-Santoro / TPMDC:
Family Research Council Labeled ‘Hate Group’ By SPLC Over Anti-Gay Rhetoric
Alex Pareene / Salon:
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