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11:25 AM ET, September 13, 2011


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Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
The frontrunner has no clothes  —  The applause identified Rick Perry as the crowd favorite when he took the stage in Tampa for Monday night's Tea Party debate, greeting his lesser rivals as “fellas.”  —  But two hours later, those fellas - and a gal from Minnesota - had made some serious …
Maggie Haberman / The Politico:
Bachmann: 'I'm offended'  —  Within 90 minutes of the end of the GOP debate, Michele Bachmann's camp emailed on the HPV vaccine dust-up with Rick Perry, highlighting her status as a mom as she questioned his conservative credentials.  —  It's also the first time I can remember Bachmann …
New York Times:
Perry Wears a Bull's-Eye at G.O.P. Debate  —  TAMPA, Fla. — The Republican presidential candidates aggressively confronted Gov. Rick Perry at a debate here on Monday night and pressed him to expound upon his views on Social Security and a controversial vaccination program for teenage girls that he signed into law in Texas.
Fred Barnes / Weekly Standard:
Romney's Win  —  If a debate more than four months before the first vote is cast can influence the outcome of a presidential nomination race, the debate last night among eight Republicans should aid Mitt Romney's candidacy.  Seldom has there been as clear a winner.
CNN LIVE EVENT/SPECIAL  —  Full Transcript of CNN-Tea Party Republican Debate, 20:00- 22:00  —  THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT.  THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.  —  ANNOUNCER: Tonight, eight Republicans, one goal: to win the White House and kick Barack Obama out.
Discussion: Washington Monthly and Hit & Run
Alexander Burns / The Politico:
Bachmann: ‘Crying’ mother shared HPV story  —  Michele Bachmann again accused Rick Perry of practicing “crony capitalism” Tuesday morning, appearing on NBC's “Today” show to criticize Perry for seeking to force “innocent little 12-year-old girls or 11-year-old girls” to take a “potentially dangerous” vaccine injection.
Wall Street Journal:
Perry's the Man in the Middle  —  Fellow Republican Presidential Candidates Take Aim at Front-Runner in Debate  —  Texas Gov. Rick Perry's status as front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination animated a candidates' debate in Florida Monday, as rivals attacked his rhetoric on Social Security …
CNN:   Did Bachmann's drug lobbyist claims ring true?
New CNN Poll: Social Security needs changes, but it's not a failure
David Nakamura / Washington Post:
Obama to push jobs plan in Boehner's home state of Ohio  —  President Obama will continue to push his $447 billion jobs plan Tuesday when he travels to Columbus, Ohio, to highlight a proposed $30 billion investment to modernize schools and hire and retain teachers.
Wall Street Journal:
Obama Seeks to End Tax Breaks to Pay for Jobs Plan
David Rogers / The Politico:
Boehner plan cuts 2012 spending
Evan McMorris-Santoro /
TPM2012  —  Tea Party Debate Audience Cheers Idea Of Letting Sick Man Without Insurance Die (VIDEO)  —  The last two Republican presidential debates have been some of the most macabre on record.  Last time around, at the Reagan Library, the crowd gave the biggest applause of the night …
Kabul US embassy attack: live  —  Live coverage of the Taliban's coordinated attack across the Afghanistan capital Kabul, in which Nato's headquarters and the US embassy are among those targeted.  —  Afghan policemen arrive at the scene of the rocket-propelled attack in Kabul
Discussion: Reuters and BBC
New York Times:   Militants Launch Attack on U.S. Embassy in Kabul
Haroon Siddique / Guardian:
US embassy in Kabul under attack - live updates
Discussion: This Just In and Balloon Juice
Lally Weymouth / Washington Post:
Iran's president says he intends to release, ‘pardon’ U.S. hikers  —  View Photo Gallery — Laura Fattal kisses son Josh after a news conference in Tehran in May, 2010.  Josh Fattal and fellow hiker Shane Bauer will be released this week after more than two years in detention, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday.
Fox News:
Columbia Students to Dine With Ahmadinejad
Shebshi / the Heartland:
Some real Shock and Awe: Racially profiled and cuffed in Detroit  —  Silly me.  I thought flying on 9/11 would be easy.  I figured most people would choose not to fly that day so lines would be short, planes would be lightly filled and though security might be ratcheted up …
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Rep. Issa hit with ethics allegations  —  A liberal advocacy group is filing an ethics complaint against Rep. Darrell Issa, alleging that the California Republican has repeatedly used his public office for personal gain.  —  The group, American Family Voices, is planning to file the complaint …
Cameron Joseph / The Hill:
Dems' peril in New York special election sparks fear for Nov. '12  —  A looming Democratic loss in New York's special election Tuesday would be seen as a sign of big political and policy problems for President Obama and his party heading into next year's election.
John Lyons / Wall Street Journal:
Dark Side of Brazil's Rise  —  SÃO PAULO—Brazil is booming amid a tectonic shift in global investing toward the developing world that has lifted its stock market, strengthened its currency and provided financing for new ports and World Cup soccer stadiums.
Jamie Stengle / Associated Press:
Ruling: Recalculate court costs for cheerleader  —  DALLAS (AP) — An appeals court on Monday ordered a lower court to recalculate how much a former Texas high school cheerleader should pay in legal fees to the school district that punished for refusing to root for an athlete she said raped her.
Discussion: Law Blog
Abigail Moses / Bloomberg:
Greek Default Probability Is 98% as Papandreou Fails to Reassure Investors  —  Greece has a 98 percent chance of defaulting on its debt in the next five years as Prime Minister George Papandreou fails to reassure investors his country can survive the euro-region crisis.
Discussion: Firedoglake and Los Angeles Times
Associated Press:
Plot against Biden alleged … No comments yet.  Be the first!
Discussion: National Confidential
Sam Allen / Los Angeles Times:
Water district taps Google for good coverage  —  Central Basin pays for positive stories by a firm that Google considers a news site.  Officials call it innovation, but open government advocates fear it blurs the line between news and publicity.  —  Readers who type “Central Basin Municipal Water District …
Discussion: Gawker
Matthew Lee / Associated Press:
US Envoys Back to Mideast to Try to Avert Crisis  —  The Obama administration's top two Mideast peace envoys are returning to the region this week in a last-ditch bid to avert a looming crisis over a Palestinian bid for statehood recognition at the United Nations later this month.
Discussion: The Politico
The Politico:
Feinstein: ‘Wiped out’ by scandal  —  Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said she was “wiped out” by Kinde Durkee, a well-connected California Democratic political operative who served as treasurer for hundreds of state, local and federal campaign committees.  —  Durkee was arrested by the FBI …
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Eric W. Dolan / Raw Replay:
Tea party audience boos Ron Paul for explaining motive of al Qaeda
Discussion: The Impolitic
Pam Belluck / New York Times:
In Study, Fatherhood Leads to Drop in Testosterone
Mohamed Messara / Telegraph:
Libya could fall into hands of extremists, Nato warns
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
Bummer  —  Barack Obama turns out to be just another drug warrior.
Discussion: The Volokh Conspiracy
Ronald D. White / Los Angeles Times:
U.S. motorists may spend a record $491 billion for gasoline this year
Discussion: ThinkProgress and Don Surber
Jessica Wehrman / The Columbus Dispatch:
Ohio congressional map could send Kilroy back to Washington
Martin Hutchinson / New York Times:
Returning Greece to the Drachma
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Laura Bassett / The Huffington Post:
Mississippi ‘Personhood’ Law Could Ban Abortions And Birth Control
Dan Hirschhorn / The Politico:
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Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
T.W. Farnam / Washington Post:
Revolving door of employment between Congress, lobbying firms, study shows
Bill Vlasic / New York Times:
Working for Less: In Detroit, Two Wage Levels Are the New Way of Work
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
Josh Lederman / Ballot Box:
Palin takes aim at GOP presidential candidates
Discussion: The Crawdad Hole