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7:00 PM ET, October 16, 2011


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The Caucus:
Cain Says His Deadly Fence Plan Was ‘a Joke’  —  Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy  —  At two campaign rallies in Tennessee on Saturday night, the Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said that part of his immigration policy would be to build …
Pat Garofalo / ThinkProgress:
Cain: People Will Demand 999 Even Though It Raises Their Taxes  —  2012 GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain has risen in the polls recently, and his 999 tax plan was the star of the GOP primary debate last week (with the number nine warranting 85 different mentions).
Ryan J. Foley / Associated Press:
Long Ties to Koch Brothers Key to Cain's Campaign  —  Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain has cast himself as the outsider, the pizza magnate with real-world experience who will bring fresh ideas to the nation's capital.  But Cain's economic ideas, support and organization have close ties …
Julian Pecquet / The Hill:
Herman Cain defends 9-9-9 proposal, says ‘most people will pay less’ in taxes
Discussion: Power Line and Althouse
Kurt Schlichter / Washington Examiner:
Sunday Reflection: Protestors should try occupying reality for real change  —  Right now, idealistic young Americans are gathered together to fight injustice and build a better world.  —  Sure, they're a little dirty, and maybe some of their language is a bit rough, but they've left behind family …
Imtiyaz Delawala / ABCNEWS:
Obama Strategist David Axelrod Slams Mitt Romney for Changing Positions  —  Obama campaign advisor David Axelrod slammed Mitt Romney for changing positions on major issues throughout his political career, questioning the “core principles” of the presumptive front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination.
Los Angeles Times:
Financial filings show differences in Perry and Romney efforts
Discussion: State of the Union and CNN
Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
Axelrod: Electorate unsure of Romney's ‘core principles’
Dave Boyer / Washington Times:
Obama: King would have backed ‘Occupy Wall Street’  —  Drawing parallels between civil rights legend Martin Luther King Jr. and his own leadership challenges, President Obama on Sunday dedicated a memorial to King on the National Mall by saying King would have sympathized with activists demanding social justice from Wall Street.
A.Killough / CNN:
Rep. Lewis reflects on MLK's impact
Discussion: The Politico
Washington Post:
D.C. marchers rally for jobs and justice
Dawn Rhodes / Chicago Tribune:
175 Chicago protesters arrested after being told to leave Grant Park  —  Chicago police arrested about 175 Occupy Chicago protestors in Congress Plaza just after 1 a.m. Sunday, about 90 minutes after police issued their first warning that the group was violating municipal code.
James Freeman / Wall Street Journal:
The Exasperation of the Democratic Billionaire  —  Real-estate and newspaper mogul Mortimer Zuckerman voted for Obama but began seeing trouble as soon as the stimulus went into the pockets of municipal unions.  —  New York  —  'It's as if he doesn't like people," says real-estate mogul …
The Independent:
Revealed: Fox's best man and his ties to Iran's opposition  —  An IoS Investigation: The murky world of Adam Werritty: Self-styled adviser ‘had links to Mossad’.  —  Adam Werritty, the man at the centre of the Liam Fox cash-for-access scandal, has been involved in an audacious plot …
Janet Hook / Washington Wire:
Gingrich: Romney's Rockefeller Problem  —  Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has a new take on Mitt Romney's challenge in cementing his status as frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination.  It's not that he's a flip flopper.  It's not that he's a Mormon.  It's his Nelson Rockefeller problem.
Discussion: Hot Air and MyFox Boston
Adam Nagourney / New York Times:
In California, Going All Out to Bid Adieu to Foie Gras  —  LOS ANGELES — A line up of people streamed into an unmarked, dimly lighted storefront on Fairfax Avenue as night fell Friday, on a mash-up Los Angeles block catering to religious Jews and hungry hipsters.  Before long, a smattering of protesters arrived.
Elisabeth Rosenthal / New York Times:
Where Did Global Warming Go?  —  Elisabeth Rosenthal is a reporter and blogger on environmental issues for The New York Times.  —  IN 2008, both the Democratic and Republican candidates for president, Barack Obama and John McCain, warned about man-made global warming and supported legislation to curb emissions.
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Paul Bentley / Daily Mail:
Did you REALLY think the British were going to blast you, Mrs O? …
Sam Youngman / The Hill:
Obama wants $35 billion for teachers, first-responders first
Discussion: American Power and CNN
Wall Street Journal:
74 Arrested as Protesters ‘Occupy’ Times Square
Discussion: Verum Serum
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Huckabee jokes: Stop Issue 2 opponents from voting
Discussion: Balloon Juice
Anthony York / Los Angeles Times:
California Medical Assn. calls for legalization of marijuana
Discussion: The Raw Story and Mediaite
 Earlier Items: 
Anthony Martin / Examiner:
Big media outlets ignore subpoena of entire top tier of Obama Administration
John Naughton / Guardian:
Steven Pinker: fighting talk from the prophet of peace
The Huffington Post:
Iraq Withdrawal: U.S. Abandoning Plans To Keep Troops In Country
Discussion: Firedoglake