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9:15 AM ET, March 3, 2011

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Wall Street Journal:
Poll Finds Support Lacking for Entitlement Reductions  —  WASHINGTON— Less than a quarter of Americans support making significant cuts to Social Security or Medicare to tackle the country's mounting deficit, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, illustrating the challenge facing lawmakers …
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Mark Murray / msnbc.com:
NBC/WSJ poll: Voters deficit-worried but wary of cuts  —  Americans adamantly opposed to cuts in Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, K-12 education  —  Below:  —  Deputy political director  —  WASHINGTON — As politicians in Washington — and across the country …
Patrick O'Connor / Washington Wire:
WSJ/NBC Poll: Strong Support for Bargaining Rights  —  Americans strongly oppose efforts to strip unionized government workers of their rights to collectively bargain, even as they want public employees to contribute more money to their retirement and health-care benefits, the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows.
msnbc.com:
Manning faces new charges, possible death penalty  —  ‘Aiding the enemy’ is most serious of 22 new counts filed against private in WikiLeaks case  —  Below:  —  WASHINGTON — Following an intensive seven-month investigation, the Army on Wednesday filed 22 additional charges against Pfc. Bradley Manning …
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David S. Cloud / Los Angeles Times:
Soldier in WikiLeaks case charged with aiding the enemy  —  The Army files 22 new counts against Pfc. Bradley Manning, suspected of giving information to WikiLeaks.  The development comes amid an expanding U.S. investigation that could lead to charges against website founder Julian Assange and others.
Discussion: The Jawa Report and The BLT
Derrick DePledge / Honolulu Star-Advertiser:
AKAKA WILL NOT SEEK RE-ELECTION IN 2012  —  U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka announced today that he will not run for re-election in 2012.  —  Akaka, 86, has served in the Senate since 1990.  He previously served 14 years in the U.S. House of Representatives.  —  “After months of thinking …
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Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Oh my: Sen. Daniel Akaka won't run for reelection in 2012
Discussion: Fire Andrea Mitchell!
Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
Hawaii Sen. Daniel Akaka won't seek re-election
Discussion: Ballot Box and The Page
David Catanese / The Politico:
Akaka retiring  —  Hawaii Sen. Daniel Akaka announced late Wednesday …
Discussion: Hotline On Call and Politics Daily
Adam Serwer / The Plum Line:
No, it's not okay to traffic in pure fiction about Obama's heritage  —  Ben Smith writes that my criticism of Mike Huckabee is unfair: … Right, but Huckabee didn't “look at his personal education.”  Huckabee created an entirely fictional one.  It's one thing to tie Obama's politics …
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Jillian Rayfield / TPMDC:
Huckabee: Obama Isn't From Kenya, But He's Still Anti-American
Kyle / Right Wing Watch:
Huckabee And Fischer Agree That Obama's Childhood Instilled “Fundamentally Anti-American Ideas” In Him
Justin Elliott / Salon:
Sarah Palin's bizarre view of the First Amendment  —  Sarah Palin, who has more than once invoked the First Amendment when she or her allies faced criticism, today denounced the Supreme Court's 8-1 ruling allowing the Westboro Baptist Church to protest outside soldiers' funerals with signs reading ""God Hates Fags" and the like.
Discussion: Weigel, Taylor Marsh and New York Times
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Kenneth T. Walsh / US News:
Obama Says Race a Key Component in Tea Party Protests  —  In a new book, President Obama talks candidly about race and the presidency  —  African-Americans have been an integral part of the White House since it was built in part by slaves.  In Family of Freedom: Presidents and African Americans …
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Kenneth T. Walsh / US News:
Obama Says Race a Key Component in Tea Party Protests  —  In a new book, President Obama talks candidly about race and the presidency  —  Backlash.  There were many effects stemming from Obama's presidency, both those that were expected and those that were not.
ZIP / Weasel Zippers:
UK Cleric's “Shariah 4 America” Website Details Plans to Drape Statue of Liberty in a Burqa Before Turning it Into a Minaret...  When someone is pounding Anjem Choudary's face into the pavement during tomorrow's protest in front of the White House, please make sure they tell him this isn't the UK, we don't celebrate multiculturalism.
Discussion: The Jawa Report
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Shariah 4 America:   The Islamic Demolition of the Statue of Liberty
Wall Street Journal:
Ohio Vote Puts Curbs on Unions in Reach  —  Ohio state senators narrowly approved a bill that would prohibit public-employee unions representing 400,000 state and local workers from bargaining over health benefits and pensions, while also eliminating the right to strike.
Discussion: UrbanGrounds and FrumForum
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New York Times:
Ohio Senate Approves Union Bill
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:   Just Balancing The Budget
Washington Post:
Obama invites congressional leaders to meet with Biden on budget  —  President Obama on Wednesday intervened in a partisan brawl that threatens to shut down the government, inviting congressional leaders of both parties to sit down with Vice President Biden and work out a compromise …
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Dan Joseph / CNSNews:
Harry Reid: Republicans ‘Fixated on Destroying Our Government, Our Economy’
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
Greg Sargent / The Plum Line:
Breaking: Wisconsin Dems throw their weight behind drive to recall GOP Senators  —  The Wisconsin Democratic Party has decided to throw its weight behind a nascent grassroots drive to recall a number of GOP state senators, a move that will considerably increase the pressure on them to break …
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Ian Millhiser / ThinkProgress:
BREAKING: Wisconsin Voters Launch Recall Campaign Against Eight GOP State Senators
Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
Buddy Roemer sees glimmer of White House hope  —  The GOP's white-bread presidential primary is about to get a dash of Tabasco.  —  Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer will announce Thursday in Baton Rouge that he is forming an exploratory committee, he told POLITICO.
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iowahawk:
Longhorns 17, Badgers 1  —  Please pardon this brief departure from my normal folderol, but every so often a member of the chattering class issues a nugget of stupidity so egregious that no amount of mockery will suffice.  Particularly when the issuer of said stupidity holds a Nobel Prize.
Jon Bershad / Mediaite:
No, Fox News Did Not Lie With “Wisconsin Palm Tree” Violent Protest Video  —  The Internet is abuzz this morning with a story that Fox News has “lied” in showing a video of an angry union protester from California while claiming its from Wisconsin.  The “Palm Tree lie” (described …
John McCormack / Weekly Standard:
Paul Ryan: Romneycare ‘Not that Dissimilar to Obamacare’  —  Budget chairman and GOP star talks 2012.  —  This morning at a breakfast meeting sponsored by the American Spectator, Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan talked about what he's looking for in a Republican presidential candidate …
Ian Urbina / New York Times:
Politics Seen to Limit E.P.A. as It Sets Rules for Natural Gas  —  When Congress considered whether to regulate more closely the handling of wastes from oil and gas drilling in the 1980s, it turned to the Environmental Protection Agency to research the matter.
Discussion: Philly.com
New York Times:
Nine Afghan Boys Collecting Firewood Killed by NATO Helicopters  —  KABUL, Afghanistan — Nine boys collecting firewood to heat their homes in the eastern Afghanistan mountains were killed by NATO helicopter gunners who mistook them for insurgents, according to a statement on Wednesday by NATO, which apologized for the mistake.
 
 
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