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3:20 AM ET, June 13, 2011

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Alison Gendar / NY Daily News:
Rep. Anthony Weiner finally considering he may have to resign amid sexting scandal, says source  —  WASHINGTON - As a cache of embarrassing new photos appeared Sunday, Rep. Anthony Weiner finally began considering the possibility that he may have to resign.  —  A source close to the congressman told …
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Lucy Madison / CBS News:
Ryan, Hoyer call for Weiner's resignation
TMZ.com:
Rep. Weiner Used Congressional Gym As Backdrop
Melissa Bell / Washington Post:
‘A Gay Girl in Damascus’ comes clean  —  In recent days, the world has followed closely the saga of Amina Araff, the blogger who presented herself online as “A Gay Girl in Damascus” and who drew attention with her passionate writings about the Syrian government's crackdown on Arab Spring protesters.
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Amina A. / A Gay Girl in Damascus:
Apology to readers  —  I never expected this level of attention.  While the narrative voce may have been fictional, the facts on ths blog are true and not msleading as to the situation on the ground.  I do not believe that I have harmed anyone — I feel that I have created an important voice for issues that I feel strongly about.
Esther Addley / Guardian:
Syrian lesbian blogger is revealed conclusively to be a married man  —  Tom MacMaster's wife has confirmed in an email to the Guardian that he is the real identity behind the Gay Girl in Damascus blog  —  The mysterious identity of a young Arab lesbian blogger who was apparently kidnapped …
The Atlantic Online:
Open, and Revolting, Anti-Obama Racism at Fox  —  This is psychologically fascinating: The mind of Fox Business host Eric Bolling, when confronted with images of President Obama meeting with Gabon's president, Ali Bongo, instantly recalls other black people who have met with President Obama …
Aljazeera:
Syrian army ‘cracking’ amid crackdown  —  Testimonies from defected soldiers give a dramatic insight into the split apparently emerging in the security forces.  —  The escalating military offensive in northwest Syria began after what corroborating accounts said was a shoot-out between members …
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New York Times:
Syrian Troops Retake Control of Rebellious Town in North
BBC:   Syrian unrest: Army in control of Jisr al-Shughour
John Ziegler / The Daily Caller:
‘The Sarah Palin I Know’  —  For more on Ziegler's Palin-related experiences and to read his pre-emptive rebuttal of his critics, go to: www.TheSarahPalinIKnow.com  —  For many reasons, the first week of January 2009 was clearly the longest and most difficult of my life.
Kenneth Anderson / The Volokh Conspiracy:
Emily's Student Loan Bondage and Discipline, or, ‘Story of Owe’  —  A publisher of erotic e-titles for Kindle has sent me the following book blurb for a new offering on Kindle, Emily's Debt.  It's addressed to self with a bcc list, so it appears to be a marketing blurb possibly addressed …
Discussion: AMERICAN DIGEST
Riverdaughter / The Confluence:
Sunday: Suburban Soccer Mom Values  —  I'm about to offend a lot of people.  Be forewarned.  —  I hate living in the suburbs.  No, really, I hate it with a white hot passion.  It's because of the soccer moms.  Of course, not all moms in the suburbs are soccer moms.  Some of them are into LaCrosse.
Discussion: Eschaton and Suburban Guerrilla
Andrew Gilligan / Telegraph:
Police ‘covered up’ violent campaign to turn London area ‘Islamic’  —  Police have been accused of “covering up” a campaign of abuse, threats and violence aimed at “Islamicising” an area of London.  —  Victims say that officers in the borough of Tower Hamlets have ignored or downplayed outbreaks …
Brian Clark Howard / Daily Mail:
‘Trig will be a joy’: Sarah Palin plays God in touching email about her unborn son's Down's Syndrome  —  Sarah Palin ‘played God’ in a deeply touching email she wrote two weeks before her fifth child, Trig, was born with Down's Syndrome, it was revealed today.
Jennifer Rubin / Washington Post:
Obama bullies Israel; so much for promises at AIPAC  —  Since the president's Arab Spring speech, friends of Israel have been nervous about at least two issues: the promise Israel would not have to sit down with those who seek its destruction and the negotiations based on the “1967 borders with land swaps.”
Julie Wernau / Chicago Tribune:
Consumers' electric bills likely to spike as coal plants close  —  As stricter environmental regulations approach, some power generators are choosing to shutter their coal-fired plants.  —  Consumers could see their electricity bills jump an estimated 40 to 60 percent in the next few years.
Associated Press:
Gabrielle Giffords photographs released  —  PHOENIX — Two photos of a smiling Rep. Gabrielle Giffords were released early Sunday by her office, her hair shorn short but few other telling signs of her gunshot wound to the head.  —  The Facebook photos, the first clear snapshots of Giffords since …
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Brad Knickerbocker / Christian Science Monitor:
Gabrielle Giffords photos inspire friends and strangers alike
Discussion: Wake up America
 
 
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Noel Sheppard / NewsBusters.org blogs:
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Ben Geman / The Hill:
Sen. Graham: Military intervention in Syria should be ‘on the table’
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Jennifer Steinhauer / New York Times:
For Republicans, Redistricting Offers Few Gains
Discussion: American Power
Gschwarzcnn / CNN:
Pawlenty takes a swing at ‘Obamneycare’
Paul Krugman:
It's the Health Care Costs, Stupid
Morgen / Verum Serum:
Flashback Weiner/Imus (Video): on Massa, Paterson, and Rangel Scandals - and Weiner's Favorite Songs
Discussion: Pajamas Media
Sheryl Gay Stolberg / New York Times:
When It Comes to Scandal, Girls Won't Be Boys
Gary Langer / ABCNEWS:
GOP Voting Factors: Look Out for Marital Infidelity
Discussion: Washington Monthly