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8:55 PM ET, April 6, 2011

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JSOnline:
Kloppenburg declares victory  —  By Lee Bergquist of the Journal Sentinel  —  Supreme Court candidate JoAnne Kloppenburg declared victory Wednesday, based on results reported by the Associated Press.  —  The Associated Press shows Kloppenburg received 740,090 votes and incumbent David Prosser received 739,886 votes.
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JSOnline:
With 100% of vote counted, Kloppenburg clings to narrow lead; recount expected  —  At left, Justice David Prosser speaks to supporters in Hartland.  At right, Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg speaks to supporters in Madison.  —  By Patrick Marley, Jason Stein and Lee Bergquist of the Journal Sentinel
Kevin Brennan / Hotline On Call:
Wisconsin Results Stem The GOP Tide
Andy Szal / WisPolitics Election Blog:
Walker: Spring election results show disparity between Madison, rest of state
Discussion: TPMDC, The Blotter and JSOnline
Randy Radtke / lakemillsleaderonline.com:
Court Race May Come Down to the Town of Lake Mills (Updated)
Doug Stanglin / USA Today:
On Deadline: Breaking news and must-read stories
Scott Baker / The Blaze:
Fox News and Mercury Radio Arts Announce New Agreement; Beck to ‘Transition Off’ Daily TV Program  —  Editor's note: After a great deal of speculation about Glenn Beck's future on television, here is the freshly-inked news release.  There will be a couple of key headlines out of this …
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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Glenn Beck to End Daily Fox News Program  —  Updated |  Glenn Beck will end his daily Fox News Channel program later this year.  —  His departure was jointly announced in a statement on Wednesday by Fox and Mr. Beck's company, Mercury Radio Arts.  The statement did not specify an end date for the show …
David Weigel / Weigel:
Glenn Beck Will End Fox News Show
New York Times:
Glenn Beck To ‘Transition Off’ Fox News Program
The Daily Beast:
Glenn Beck, Fox Agree to Divorce
Paul Krugman:
Paul Ryan's Multiple Unicorns  —  Gosh.  For a plan that supposedly sets a new standard of seriousness, Paul Ryan's vision (pdf) depends an awful lot on unicorn sightings — belief in the impossible.  Let me review the top three unicorns.  —  First, the plan assumes that tax cuts will set off a literally unprecedented boom.
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Jacob Weisberg / Slate:
Republican Paul Ryan's budget proposal is brave, radical, and smart.  —  For the past 30 years, Republicans have been hypocrites about spending.  They've raged against big government without ever proposing the kinds of cuts necessary to bring federal expenditures in line with tax revenues.
Opinionator:
The Budget Battles and Beyond
Wall Street Journal:
New Proposal Hits Old Hurdles of Budget Math
Discussion: Firedoglake and National Review
David Leonhardt / New York Times:
Generational Divide Colors Debate Over Medicare's Future
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Russell Berman / The Hill:
White House meeting set; GOP readies $12B in spending cuts  —  House Republicans will vote Thursday on a stopgap spending bill to keep the government running for another week while cutting $12 billion from the budget, Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced Wednesday.
The Daily Caller:
Obama chats with Boehner by phone for three minutes before flying to Philly
Discussion: George's Bottom Line and RedState
Jonathan Weisman / Washington Wire:
WSJ/NBC Poll: A Donald Trump Surprise  —  By Jonathan Weisman and Scott Greenberg  —  Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney appears to be the early front-runner in the largely unformed race for the Republican nomination for president, but real estate magnate Donald Trump may be a surprise contender …
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Mark Murray / msnbc.com:
NBC/WSJ poll: Trump tied for 2nd in 2012 GOP field  —  Mark Murray writes:"You're fired" isn't a message Republican primary voters and Tea Party supporters are telling real-estate mogul Donald Trump, at least not yet.  —  According to the latest national NBC/WSJ poll, former Massachusetts …
Maggie Haberman / The Politico:
Donald Trump praised Nancy Pelosi as ‘the best’
Discussion: USA Today and The Raw Story
Kasie Hunt / The Politico:
Mitt Romney GOP's only New Hampshire hope
Discussion: CNN
KCCI-TV:
Teen Finds Campaign Worker At Back Door At 3AM  —  ANKENY, Iowa — A 15-year-old girl found a campaign worker from Alabama banging on her Ankeny family's back door early Wednesday morning.  —  Chloe Steward told KCCI she heard her dog barking around 3 a.m. and went to investigate.
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Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Pawlenty staffer arrested in Iowa
Discussion: CNN and The Political Carnival
Perry Bacon Jr / Washington Post:
West Wing briefing: Obama headed out of D.C. as shutdown looms  —  A fiery President Obama insisted Tuesday that if he and congressional leaders couldn't reach a deal to avert a government shutdown, “I want a meeting again tomorrow here at the White House.”  —  “I will invite the same folks that we invited today,” he added.
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Daily Mail:
'I'd kill myself first!'  John Edwards ‘suicidal’ over facing jail, claim pals  —  Disgraced politician John Edwards is said to be deeply depressed - to the point of being suicidal - over the prospect of a criminal trial that could end with him being jailed if found guilty.
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
GOP lawyer drafts Obama impeachment  —  A prominent libertarian constitutional lawyer and civil libertarian has drafted an article of impeachment against President Obama over his attack on Libya, throwing down a legal gauntlet that could be picked up by some Congressional Republicans
John Marzulli / NY Daily News:
Judge gives ‘Juror No. 799’ indefinite jury duty after she makes racist remarks on questionnaire  —  An incensed federal judge sentenced a racist Brooklyn woman to indefinite jury duty on Tuesday after she trashed the NYPD and minorities.  —  “This is an outrage, and so are you!”
Matthew Lee / Associated Press:
Gadhafi, in letter, asks Obama to end air strikes  —  WASHINGTON - Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has appealed directly to President Barack Obama to halt what the Libyan leader called “an unjust war,” and wished Obama good luck in his bid for re-election next year.
Paul Krugman:
Memory Hole Alert  —  Wow.  Yesterday afternoon I downloaded the tables from that Heritage report that's the basis for the Ryan plan.  The first page looked like this:  —  You can see the unemployment forecast, with the amazing 2.8 percent prediction, in the fourth set of figures.
Discussion: TPMDC and Washington Monthly
 
 
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ABCNEWS:
NJ Gov. Christie Calls Teachers Union ‘Political Thugs’
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Amy Bingham / ABCNEWS:
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U.S. and Colombia Near Trade Pact
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