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11:45 AM ET, March 7, 2011

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Wall Street Journal:
Democrats to End Union Standoff  —  Playing a game of political chicken, Democratic senators who fled Wisconsin to stymie restrictions on public-employee unions said Sunday they planned to come back from exile soon, betting that even though their return will allow the bill to pass …
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Eric Kleefeld / TPMDC:
Wisconsin Dems Deny WSJ Report Of Imminent Return  —  Wisconsin state Senate Democrats, who have fled the state in order to block budget quorum on Gov. Scott Walker's anti-public employee union proposals, are walking back reports in the Wall Street Journal that they plan to return to the state.
Monica Davey / New York Times:
Talks to Resolve Wisconsin Battle Falter  —  CHICAGO - Talks appear to have broken down between Wisconsin's Democratic state senators and representatives of Gov. Scott Walker, whose plan to cut collective bargaining rights and benefits for public workers has created a major battle in the state …
E.J. Dionne Jr / Washington Post:
How Boehner is playing the Democrats  —  Richard Nixon espoused what he called “the madman theory.”  It's a negotiating approach that induces the other side to believe you are capable of dangerously irrational actions and leads it to back down to avoid the wreckage your rage might let loose.
Domenico Montanaro / msnbc.com:
Reversal of fortune in Wisconsin
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
JSOnline:   Top Senate Democrat wants meeting with Walker
David Carr / New York Times:
The Fading Power of Beck's Alarms  —  Almost every time I flipped on television last week, there was a deeply angry guy on a running tirade about the conspiracies afoot, the enemies around all corners, and how he alone seemed to understand what was under way.
Jackie Long / BBC:
Will Sarah Palin run for president and can she win?  —  Ms Palin outlines factors that will influence whether she enters the running  —  Sarah Palin, one of the best known and most controversial figures in American politics, told BBC Newsnight she was weighing up whether the US was ready for an …
Discussion: The Note and Swampland
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Michael O'Brien / The Hill:
In ‘thermometer poll,’ voters rank Sarah Palin at bottom with Pelosi, Reid
Discussion: Ballot Box and New York Magazine
Kevinliptak / CNN:
Christie receives ‘hottest’ title
Tommy Christopher / Mediaite:
Sarah Palin Says The Wisconsin 14 Should Be Fired: 'They've Retreated, Not Reloaded'
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Degrees and Dollars  —  It is a truth universally acknowledged that education is the key to economic success.  Everyone knows that the jobs of the future will require ever higher levels of skill.  That's why, in an appearance Friday with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, President Obama declared that …
O. Kay Henderson / Radio Iowa:
Six potential GOP presidential candidates in Iowa Monday  —  A half dozen Republicans who say they're mulling the idea of running for president are scheduled to make appearances in Iowa Monday, and one of them may face a hostile crowd when he explains his views on gay marriage.
Discussion: The Atlantic Online
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Maggie Haberman / The Politico:
Ralph Reed: Social issues up front
Discussion: Right Wing Watch
Des Moines Register:
5 potential GOP candidates to converge at forum
Discussion: GOP 12 and The Daily Caller
Josh Gerstein / The Politico:
Obama's hard line on leaks  —  The Obama administration, which famously pledged to be the most transparent in American history, is pursuing an unexpectedly aggressive legal offensive against federal workers who leak secret information to expose wrongdoing, highlight national security threats or pursue a personal agenda.
JSOnline:
Recall drives could make history  —  Rarely have multiple lawmakers faced such action  —  By Craig Gilbert of the Journal Sentinel  —  As improbable as the last three weeks have been in state politics, Wisconsin is about to embark on another wild ride into the political unknown …
Discussion: The Atlantic Online
Jason Millman / The Hill:
Number of healthcare reform law waivers climbs above 1,000  —  The number of temporary healthcare reform waivers granted by the Obama administration to organizations climbed to more than 1,000, according to new numbers disclosed by the Department of Health and Human Services.
David J. Lynch / Bloomberg:
Bonds Show Why Boehner Saying We're Broke Is Figure of Speech  —  House Speaker John Boehner routinely offers this diagnosis of the U.S.'s fiscal condition: “We're broke; Broke going on bankrupt,” he said in a Feb. 28 speech in Nashville.  —  Boehner's assessment dominates a debate …
Discussion: Booman Tribune
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Russell Berman / The Hill:
The $50 billion question: Where will Republicans draw the line?
Discussion: Washington Monthly
First Read / msnbc.com:
First Thoughts: Romney 3.0  —  In New Hampshire on Saturday, Romney unveiled Romney 3. (a presidential candidate who focuses more on the economy than on social issues)... How that compares with Romney 1. (the socially moderate Massachusetts governor) and Romney 2. (the 2008 presidential candidate …
Kevinliptak / CNN:
Supreme Court rejects appeal from ‘birther’ advocate  —  By: CNN Supreme Court Producer Bill Mears  —  Washington (CNN) - The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a so-called “birther” advocate to examine whether President Barack Obama was actually born in the United States.
Discussion: Indecision Forever
Bernie Becker / The Hill:
THE HILL POLL: U.S. future depends on cutting debt, voters say  —  Likely voters overwhelmingly believe deficit reduction is crucial to America's future, but generally oppose raising revenue through tax reform to cut those deficits, a new poll conducted for The Hill found.
Colin Firth / CBS News:
Homeless children: the hard times generation  —  Scott Pelley reports on the growing number of children who are falling victim to the financial crisis  —  Unemployment improved a bit last month but it is still nearly nine percent and the trouble is job creation is so slow …
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
 
 
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Peter Wallsten / Washington Post:
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Erin McPike / Real Clear Politics:
Huntsman Backers to Gather in New Orleans for Strategy Session
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The Huffington Post:
Bill Daley, White House Chief Of Staff, Pressed About Lack Of Jail Time For Wall Street Culprits
Discussion: Firedoglake
Robert Fisk / The Independent:
America's secret plan to arm Libya's rebels