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9:55 AM ET, December 5, 2010

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Danny Ayalon / Jerusalem Post:
Expressing gratitude  —  This is Israel's hour of need and nations across the world did not disappoint.  —  Talkbacks (9)  — Facebook  — Twitter  —  Over these last few painful, shocking days, there has been a shining light through the dark, ashfilled skies elicited by the rampant fires …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
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Reuters:
Netanyahu, Abbas hold rare phone chat over Carmel fire  —  The Palestinian President expressed condolences and offered help; Netanyahu committed to establishing a pan-Middle Eastern firefighting fleet.  —  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas expressed condolences in a rare telephone call …
Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
WHY COMPROMISE WITH THESE GUYS IS IMPOSSIBLE, PART MCCXVII.... I can only hope folks in the West Wing take a moment to consider what incoming House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) told Slate's John Dickerson the other day. … Ryan went on to say Republicans sent some letters …
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David M. Herszenhorn / New York Times:
Lawmakers Weigh Deal to Extend Tax Cuts for All  —  WASHINGTON — The Senate on Saturday rejected President Obama's proposal to let tax rates rise for the highest-income Americans, as Republicans held firm in their push to continue all of the expiring Bush-era tax cuts.  —  Multimedia
The Politico:
Now it's all or nothing on tax cuts
Discussion: Outside the Beltway and Power Line
David Dayen / Firedoglake:
Senate GOP Blocks Consideration of Tax Plan Extending Rates …
Frank Rich / New York Times:
All the President's Captors  —  THOSE desperate to decipher the baffling Obama presidency could do worse than consult an article titled “Understanding Stockholm Syndrome” in the online archive of The F.B.I. Law Enforcement Bulletin.  It explains that hostage takers are most successful …
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend / Washington Post:
Sarah Palin is wrong about John F. Kennedy, religion and politics  —  Sarah Palin has found a new opponent to debate: John F. Kennedy.  —  In her new book, “America by Heart,” Palin objects to my uncle's famous 1960 speech to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association …
Abby Rapoport / texasobserver.org:
SREC Member: “I got into politics to put Christian conservatives into office.”  —  When emails first appeared calling for dumping current Speaker Joe Straus in favor of “Christian conservative” leadership, Straus' more visible opponents initially dismissed accusations of anti-Jewish/pro-Christian bias.
Christina D. Romer / New York Times:
It's the Big Questions That Slow Growth  —  UNCERTAINTY is frequently blamed for the sorry state of the economy — for why businesses are not investing strongly in new equipment or hiring more workers, and for why consumers are not spending freely.  On Wall Street, it's even said that government meddling …
Calculated Risk:
Participation Rate of 25 to 54 Age Men at Record Low  —  The collapse in the labor force participation rate has been one of the key stories of the great recession.  The participation rate is the percentage of the working age population in the labor force.  —  The labor force participation rate …
Discussion: Vox Popoli
Townhall.com:
Chris Christie  —  national security jobs economy finance MSM defense education Hollywood Founding Fathers Islam foreign affairs  —  Read the latest conservative news and political commentary from the #1 conservative news source - Townhall.com.  Stay up to date with news headlines …
Discussion: Power Line
New York Times:
Vast Hacking by a China Fearful of the Web  —  As China ratcheted up the pressure on Google to censor its Internet searches last year, the American Embassy sent a secret cable to Washington detailing one reason top Chinese leaders had become so obsessed with the Internet search company: they were Googling themselves.
Washington Post:
Hollywood myth-making on Valerie Plame controversy  —  WE'RE NOT in the habit of writing movie reviews.  But the recently released film “Fair Game” - which covers a poisonous Washington controversy during the war in Iraq - deserves some editorial page comment, if only because of what its promoters are saying about it.
 
 
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Michael O'Brien / The Hill:
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