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10:10 PM ET, June 21, 2011


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Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Newt Gingrich had second line of credit at Tiffany and Co.  —  Former House speaker Newt Gingrich had a second line of credit at the high-end jewelry store Tiffany and Co. for as much as $1 million dollars, his presidential campaign acknowledged Tuesday.  —  Joe DeSantis, a spokesman for Gingrich …
Discussion: The Politico, and The Note
Shannon McCaffrey / Associated Press:
APNewsBreak: Gingrich campaign finance team quits  —  ATLANTA — The top fundraisers for Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign have abandoned his struggling bid amid anemic fundraising and heavy spending.  —  Campaign spokesman R.C. Hammond is confirming to The Associated Press …
Shannon McCaffrey / Associated Press:
APNewsBreak: Gingrich campaign fundraisers quit  —  ATLANTA — Newt Gingrich's top two fundraising advisers resigned on Tuesday, and officials said the Republican candidate's hobbling presidential campaign carried more than $1 million in debt.  —  The departures of fundraising director Jody Thomas …
The Note:
Newt Gingrich Had Second Line of Credit at Tiffany's  —  ABC News' Arlette Saenz (@arlette saenz) reports:  —  Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign acknowledged today that Gingrich had a second line of credit at high-end jewelry store Tiffany's for as much as $1 million.
Discussion: The Politico, CNN and Washington Post
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Gingrich campaign hit by more departures
Discussion: Top of the Ticket
The Note:
Huntsman Campaign Launch Begins Day with Misspelling of His Own Name  —  ABC News' Sarah Kunin (@Sarah_Kunin) reports:  —  Every detail of Jon Huntsman's long-awaited campaign launch was meticulously planned, except of course for one minor detail: the misspelling of the candidate's name.
The Atlantic Online:
Huntsman's Paltry Crowds  —  A few weeks ago, I was up in New Hampshire for Jon Huntsman's maiden swing through the state as a possible — it's now official — presidential candidate.  The rest of the national press corps seemed to be there, too.  At many of the events, we reporters outnumbered actual voters, sometimes vastly.
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Reid: Huntsman over Romney in GOP field
The Atlantic Online:
How to Think About Jon Huntsman
Alex Klein / The New Republic:   InTrade And Jon Huntsman: Why the Media's Faith in the Internet Betting Ring Is Foolish
Julie Mason / The Politico:
W.H. flags Drudge-mocked transcript  —  When laughter turns to applause: Welcome to the White House  —  The Drudge Report Tuesday morning cheekily linked to an official White House transcript of President Obama's remarks from a fundraiser the night before, which noted the audience laughing at his jobs claims.
Discussion: Don Surber and Michelle Malkin
The White House:
Remarks by the President at a DNC Event  —  Washington, D.C.  —  THE PRESIDENT: Thank you.  Thank you, everybody.  Thank you.  (Applause.)  Thank you, everybody.  Please have a seat, have a seat.  —  It is wonderful to see all of you.  I've got a lot of friends in the room here.
John Merline / Investor's Business Daily:
Did Obama Really Prevent A Second Great Depression?
Scott Wong / The Politico:
John McCain, John Kerry introduce Libya resolution  —  Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and John Kerry (D-Mass.) introduced a resolution Tuesday that would give President Barack Obama the green light to continue limited military operations in Libya.  —  The language of the proposal has more teeth …
Discussion: The Note and Taylor Marsh
Russell Berman / The Hill:
House to vote on authorizing or ending Libya mission
Discussion: The Politico
Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar / Associated Press:
AP NewsBreak: A twist in Obama's health care law  —  WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama's health care law would let several million middle-class people get nearly free insurance meant for the poor, a twist government number crunchers say they discovered only after the complex bill was signed.
Nathan Hodge / Washington Wire:
Straight Talk From Top Enlisted Marine on 'Don't Ask' Repeal  —  The Command Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, the service's top non-commissioned officer, is supposed to be tough, hard-charging — and more than a little intimidating. … In that respect, Sgt. Maj. Micheal Barrett …
Kevin D. Williamson / National Review:
Five Points in Perry's Favor  —  Five reasons you might like to see Rick Perry get into the GOP primary race?  Easy.  How about 1.  Mitt Romney; 2.  Tim Pawlenty; 3.  Michele Bachmann; 4.  Herman Cain; 5.  Ron Paul?  Here's five more: Boeing, eBay, DynaPump, SunPower, Fluor.
Allan / Angry Black Lady Chronicles:
Keeping It Classy at the NRSC … Fox News F**kery, I Heart Ye, Kick Ass, Politics and Culture
Discussion: The Impolitic
Matthew Yglesias / ThinkProgress:
Don't Look To The Courts As An Engine Of Social Change  —  Something that I think most people don't realize is that for the vast majority of American history, the judicial branch has been a very conservative elite-dominated institution.  Most people's view of the matter is distorted …
Brian Beutler / TPMDC:
PIMCO Founder To Deficit-Obsessed Congress: Get Back To Reality  —  One of the most influential investors in the world of finance has a message for lawmakers — particularly conservative lawmakers — on Capitol Hill: rejoin the real world.  —  In a prospectus for clients, Bill Gross …
Tanya Somanader / ThinkProgress:
Indiana Law Forces Planned Parenthood Clinics To Close And Stop Treating Thousands Of Medicaid Patients  —  In it's comprehensive campaign against women's reproductive rights, Republican lawmakers have turned Planned Parenthood into the touchstone for anti-choice efforts.
Indianapolis Star:
Planned Parenthood stops treating Medicaid clients as stopgap funds run out
San Francisco Chronicle:
Stunning result, twice  —  The result stunned poll director Mark DiCamillo, who said he initially dismissed as an aberration a similar outcome in a March poll that had one of the state's most-popular politicians falling so far from favor.  The nonpartisan Field Poll is considered one of the most reliable surveys in the state.
Discussion: CNN, Hotline On Call and The Politico
Keach Hagey / The Politico:
Olbermann beats CNN in the demo  —  Ratings for splashy debuts should be taken with a grain of salt - especially ones as heavily promoted as Keith Olbermann's debut on Current TV last night - but even with that grain, Current's big bet on Olbermann is looking sound.
Discussion: ThinkProgress
Sumathi Reddy / Metropolis:
Upper West Side Bagel Legend to Close … At 80th Street and Broadway, the sign is already gone but the aroma of freshly baked bagels still lingers.  —  Inhale it fast, Upper West Siders, because this is it: H & H Bagels, a Sunday stalwart for generations, will close Wednesday.
Discussion: Gothamist and City Room
Sheila Marikar / ABCNEWS:
Bristol Palin Reveals True Feelings About the McCains, ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ Levi Johnston and More  —  From Levi Johnston to Meghan McCain, Bristol Palin has been put off by a lot of people.  —  In her upcoming memoir, “Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far,” the 20-year-old daughter …
Walter Russell Mead / Via Meadia:
Blue State Schools: The Shame of a Nation  —  When it come to excellence in education, red states rule — at least according to a panel of experts assembled by Tina Brown's Newsweek.  Using a set of indicators ranging from graduation rate to college admissions and SAT scores …
Discussion: Instapundit and RedState
Cigarette Health Warnings  —  Beginning September 2012, FDA will require larger, more prominent cigarette health warnings on all cigarette packaging and advertisements in the United States.  These warnings mark the first change in cigarette warnings in more than 25 years and are a significant advancement …
The Atlantic Online:
Libertarians Aren't All Selfish Jerks  —  They're said to only care about themselves.  So why do they toil for other people's freedom?  —  With the U.S. waging multiple wars, the federal government bigger in size and scope than ever before, and civil liberties under unprecedented attack …
Mike Brownfield / The Heritage Foundation:
Morning Bell: Pictures of America's Fiscal Nightmare  —  There's urgency in Washington to fix a problem that's been a long time coming: America's fast track to fiscal implosion.  In The Heritage Foundation's just-released, expanded 2011 Budget Chart Book, you can see just how bad …
Discussion: Doug Ross
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Pawlenty buys ads in Iowa  —  Tim Pawlenty will become the first Republican candidate to launch a major media buy in Iowa.  —  Pawlenty is going up with ads in the first-in-the-nation caucus state starting tomorrow on Fox News with a buy just under $50,000 in the Cedar Rapids, Des Moines …
Assembly passes concealed carry bill; sends it to Walker  —  By Jason Stein of the Journal Sentinel  —  Madison - Wisconsin stands on the verge of becoming the 49th state in the country to allow citizens to carry concealed guns, after the state Assembly voted to legalize that practice Tuesday.
Discussion: Althouse
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Douglas Elmendorf / Director's Blog:
Federal Budget Math: We Can't Repeat the Past
Alexander Burns / The Politico:
Tim Pawlenty to bring back ‘Obamneycare’
Alicia M. Cohn / Ballot Box:
Santorum on Holder: 'Maybe he's eating mushrooms'
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
John T. Bennett / The Hill:
Senate unanimously approves Panetta as new Defense chief
Wall Street Journal:
The Fiscal Pledge We Need: Cut, Cap, Balance
Discussion: National Review and Hit & Run
 Earlier Items: 
Reid J. Epstein / The Politico:
Report: Weiner's seat to be filled on Sept. 13
Discussion: USA Today
Associated Press:
McCain scoffs at idea of a second presidential run
Discussion: National Review and ABC News
Bruce Bartlett / Economix:
Are Taxes High or Low? A Further Look
Elie Mystal / Above the Law:
Trendspotting: Will Law School Start Decreasing The Supply of Unemployable New Lawyers?
Discussion: Law Librarian Blog
Alan S. Blinder / Wall Street Journal:
The GOP Myth of ‘Job-Killing’ Spending
Muslim woman Carnita Matthews escapes jail by remaining behind her burqa