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10:30 AM ET, March 9, 2011

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Scott Shane / New York Times:
For Lawmaker Examining Terror, a Pro-I.R.A. Past  —  WASHINGTON — For Representative Peter T. King, as he seizes the national spotlight this week with a hearing on the radicalization of American Muslims, it is the most awkward of résumé entries.
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Laura Murphy / The Politico:
Will King become the next McCarthy?  —  Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) is due to hold a hearing Thursday about the “radicalization” of U.S. Muslims and whether they are sufficiently cooperative with U.S. anti-terrorism efforts.  —  This may be the first of a series on this subject.
Mark Memmott / NPR:
NPR CEO Vivian Schiller Resigns  —  This follows yesterday's news that then-NPR fundraiser Ron Schiller (no relation) was videotapped slamming conservatives and questioning whether NPR needs federal funding during a lunch with men posing as members of a Muslim organization …
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Aharding / CNN:
Activist says he targeted NPR because of Juan Williams firing  —  (CNN) - UPDATE: National Public Radio CEO Vivian Schiller resigned Wednesday, according to the organization's website.  This comes the day after tape was released of an NPR senior executive slamming the tea party and saying NPR …
James Oliphant / Los Angeles Times:
NPR ‘appalled’ by its executive's ‘tea party’ remarks in video
Anne E. Kornblut / Washington Post:
White House moving to repair troubled relationship with Cabinet  —  News this week of the first departure of a Cabinet secretary from the Obama administration comes amid a wide-ranging effort under the new chief of staff, William M. Daley, to repair badly frayed relations between the White House and the Cabinet.
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Peter Schroeder / The Hill:
White House threatens to veto GOP bills that end housing relief
Discussion: Daily Kos
Molly K. Hooper / The Hill:
Cantor asks White House: 'Where's the president's proposal?'
Discussion: Right Turn and FrumForum
Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
DID YOU HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE $7.5 MILLION CLEAN-UP?.... Late last week, Republicans in Wisconsin raised a new concern about the pro-labor protests at the state capitol: they're making an expensive mess.  —  Specifically, the Walker administration said the repair and clean-up costs associated …
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PolitiFact:   Wisconsin officials claim cleaning up the state Capitol will cost $7.5 million
Jay Sorgi / 620WTMJ:
Capitol Chaos: Sen. Fitzgerald Claims Democrats Using Delay For Recall Efforts
Discussion: Right Wing News and Weasel Zippers
Mike DeBonis / Mike DeBonis on Local Politics:
Fenty backs Gov. Scott Walker in Wisc. union fight
David Brody / The Brody File:
Newt Gingrich Tells Brody File He “felt compelled to seek God's forgiveness”  —  Newt Gingrich, who is expected to run for President tells The Brody File that he “felt compelled to seek God's forgiveness” over his past marital infidelity and now that he's at the grandfather stage he is …
Discussion: GOP 12 and Taegan Goddard's …
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Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Newt's Tough Road Ahead
Discussion: Daily Kos
William Selway / Bloomberg:
Americans Oppose Republican Attack on Unions in Poll  —  Americans reject Republican efforts to curb bargaining rights of unions whose power they say is dwarfed by corporations, a Bloomberg National Poll finds.  —  As battles rage between state workers and Republican governors in Wisconsin and Ohio …
Discussion: CNN and The Page
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John Quiggin / Crooked Timber:
Obama and Bush  —  The announcement that military show trials are to recommence at Guantanamo Bay, combined with the brutal and vindictive treatment of Bradley Manning, make it clear that, as regards willing to suppress basic human and civil rights in the name of security …
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John Melloy / CNBC:
Welfare State: Handouts Make Up One-Third of U.S. Wages  —  Government payouts—including Social Security, Medicare and unemployment insurance—make up more than a third of total wages and salaries of the U.S. population, a record figure that will only increase if action isn't taken before the majority of Baby Boomers enter retirement.
Hao Leifeng / Beijing - MetroBeijing:
Charlie Sheen is not filial  —  Actor Charlie Sheen is a classic example of the difference in Western and Eastern values and norms.  —  Ignoring public pleas from his father, Sheen has continued a weeklong media blitz, exhibiting obvious signs of mania.  With no firm hand to guide them …
Kevinliptak / CNN:
TRENDING: ‘Birther’ debate alive and well in New Hampshire  —  (CNN) - The New Hampshire state legislature is attempting to take politics out of the equation when a House committee considers an amendment that would require presidential candidates to present birth certificates when filing …
Tyler Cowen / Marginal Revolution:
Common mistakes of left-wing economists?  —  T., a loyal MR reader, asked for a compendium.  This is my off-the-cuff list, but in the interests of fairness I'm doing one on market-oriented economists as well.  What are some of the common views found on the left which I consider …
Discussion: Yglesias and EconLog
Manu Raju / The Politico:
Joe Manchin goes rogue  —  Several weeks ago, freshman Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) strolled through the Hart Senate Office Building and ended up in what should be enemy territory: a face-to-face meeting with the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
Discussion: The Note and USA Today
Justin Rohrlich / Minyanville:
Why are Prisoners Building Patriot Missiles?  —  Right now, federal prison inmates in correctional institutions across America are making Patriot missile components.  Alarming?  Sure.  But it could also inform a larger debate currently underway in Washington.
Discussion: Swampland
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Noah Shachtman / Danger Room:
Prisoners Help Build Patriot Missiles
Discussion: Alternate Brain
John Cassidy / Rational Irrationality:
Battle of the Bike Lanes  —  At the risk of incurring the wrath of the bicycle lobby, a constituency that pursues its agenda with about as much modesty and humor as the Jacobins pursued theirs, and which has found its heroine in transportation commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan …
Louis Uchitelle / New York Times:
In a Wealthy Suburb, Concern Over School Taxes  —  BRONXVILLE, N.Y. — This wealthy New York suburb prides itself on its public schools.  Class sizes are small.  Students can choose from an array of subjects not offered everywhere.  Teacher pay ranks among the nation's highest.
Discussion: Suburban Guerrilla
Will Bunch / Philly.com:
How Corbett fracked Pa.'s middle class  —  Tomorrow's front page (headline: “We're Getting Drilled!") opinion-news tonight:  —  If there was a moral to the story that Gov. Corbett spun Tuesday in his much-anticipated, first-ever budget talk, it was that all wealth is not viewed equally …
Discussion: ECHIDNE of the snakes
 
 
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George F. Will / Washington Post:
On Libya, too many questions
Discussion: Outside the Beltway and FrumForum
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Meltdown: Women harassed, attacked in Tahrir Square during International Women's Day protests
David Rogers / The Politico:
House spending cuts go to Senate
Dawn Kopecki / Bloomberg:
BofA Segregates Almost Half of its Mortgages Into ‘Bad Bank’
Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
Crossroads GPS airs anti-union ad
Jennifer Epstein / The Politico:
Blagojevich wants trial called off
Discussion: FrumForum
CNBC:
Maine gets break in federal health care overhaul
Discussion: Wonk Room and The Gateway Pundit
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