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11:50 AM ET, November 18, 2011

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Sarah Palin / Wall Street Journal:
How Congress Occupied Wall Street  —  Politicians who arrive in Washington as men and women of modest means leave as millionaires.  Why?  —  Mark Twain famously wrote, “There is no distinctly native American criminal class except Congress.”  Peter Schweizer's new book, “Throw Them All Out …
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CBS New York:
OWS Protesters Chant ‘Follow Those Kids!’  As Small Children Try To Go To School On Wall Street  —  NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — They were caught in the middle of madness.  —  Some grade school students were forced to walk a gauntlet of screaming “Occupy Wall Street” protesters just to get to school on Thursday.
J J Anisiobi / Daily Mail:
Surely she's in the one per cent?  Million dollar babe Anne Hathaway joins Occupy Wall Street protest  —  She is one of Hollywood's highest paid actresses and lives a very privileged lifestyle that 99 per cent of people can only dream of.  —  Still, Anne Hathaway acted as an average Joe …
Rolling Stone:
Woman Gets Jail For Food-Stamp Fraud; Wall Street Fraudsters Get Bailouts
Discussion: CANNONFIRE and Political Mojo
Reuters:
Authorities foil NY protest bid to shut Wall Street
Eric Ostermeier / Smart Politics:
Untouchable: Is the GOP Field Afraid to Criticize Newt Gingrich in Debates?  —  The former House Speaker is the only candidate yet to be attacked at the seven debates conducted since Rick Perry joined the GOP field  —  With increased media scrutiny on new GOP presidential co-frontrunner …
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Shawn Millerick / New Hampshire Journal:
Poll: Romney, Gingrich in statistical dead heat in N.H.  —  Two things are true about New Hampshire Republican primary voters.  They vote for people they know.  And they love an underdog with a comeback story.  —  Four years ago it was the weathered but feisty veteran John McCain who revived …
Dan Eggen / Washington Post:
Gingrich think tank collected millions from health-care industry  —  A think tank founded by GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich collected at least $37 million over the past eight years from major health-care companies and industry groups, offering special access to the former House speaker …
New York Post:
Runaway mom dreadlocked up  —  Here's your mom, kids.  Proud?  —  The hippie Florida mother of four who ditched her children and banker husband to sleep in Zuccotti Park's squalor hit rock bottom yesterday when she was hauled off in handcuffs, her dreadlocks flying wildly in every direction …
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Cara Buckley / New York Times:
Protesters Clash With Police in Lower Manhattan  —  Nearly a thousand protesters took to the streets of Lower Manhattan on Thursday, clashing with the police and tossing aside metal barricades to converge again on Zuccotti Park after failing in an attempt to shut down the New York Stock Exchange.
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Failure Is Good  —  It's a bird!  It's a plane!  It's a complete turkey!  It's the supercommittee!  —  By next Wednesday, the so-called supercommittee, a bipartisan group of legislators, is supposed to reach an agreement on how to reduce future deficits.
Mary Jo Pitzl / Arizona Republic:
Court orders reinstatement of redistricting official  —  The Arizona Supreme Court Thursday evening reinstated the chairwoman of the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission, rebuffing Gov. Jan Brewer⊃1;s unprecedented action earlier this month.  —  The ruling came less than three hours …
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Cameron Joseph / Ballot Box:
In win for Democrats, Arizona redistricting commissioner reinstated
Discussion: The Politico and CNN
Christian Heinze / GOP 12:
Bachmann: “I haven't had a gaffe”  —  Michele Bachmann, making the case on Fox News that she's the safest candidate in a rather jaw-dropping statement. … Besides small gaffes like confusing one John Wayne for another, mixing up the date of Elvis' birth with the date of his death …
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Kevinliptak / CNN:
Bachmann gives students a 101 on issues, then gets lectured
Ed O'Keefe / Washington Post:
Cain receives Secret Service protection  —  Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain began receiving protection from the U.S. Secret Service Thursday, his campaign said, making the Georgia businessman the first GOP presidential contender to received stepped-up security on the campaign trail.
Discussion: Hot Air and Daily Kos
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Wall Street Journal:
A Caveman Won't Beat a Salesman  —  Obama is somber but unserious.  Glib unseriousness isn't the answer.  —  There is an arresting moment in Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs in which Jobs speaks at length about his philosophy of business.  He's at the end of his life and is summing things up.
Discussion: Outside the Beltway and Althouse
David Brooks / New York Times:
The Technocratic Nightmare  —  During the first half of the 1990s, I lived in Brussels and wrote about the European Union, among other subjects, for The Wall Street Journal.  This was the heyday of European integration.  Helmut Kohl, François Mitterrand and Jacques Delors were in power …
Ashley Perks / The Hill:
Republicans want Obama to break the supercommittee's logjam  —  Republicans are calling for President Obama to jump into the deficit-reduction talks gripping Washington, reflecting the widespread view that the congressional supercommittee is now headed for a failure.
Pete Kasperowicz / The Hill:
Rules Chairman David Dreier to vote against balanced-budget amendment  —  House Rules Committee Chairman David Dreier (R-Calif.) said he would vote against the balanced-budget amendment to the Constitution later this week, a high-profile Republican defection that will make it one vote harder …
Agence France Presse:
Pentagon successfully tests hypersonic flying bomb  —  WASHINGTON — The Pentagon on Thursday held a successful test flight of a flying bomb that travels faster than the speed of sound and will give military planners the ability to strike targets anywhere in the world in less than a hour.
Discussion: AMERICAN DIGEST
The Politico:
Jack Abramoff pleads with Dems for his domain name  —  Jack Abramoff wants his name back.  But House Democrats own it and they are going to keep it.  —  The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee owns the rights to the Web domain name “jackabramoff.com,” having secured it in 2006.
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
Reuters:
Why the supercommittee is in trouble  —  House Speaker John Boehner dropped by a D.C. fundraiser Wednesday appearing downtrodden and pessimistic.  After 2½ months of painstaking negotiations, the deficit supercommittee he helped create was nowhere near a deal.
 
 
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Washington Post:
The Energy Department's loan guarantee program is the real Solyndra scandal
Lori Montgomery / Washington Post:
Supercommittee appears unlikely to reach agreement
Discussion: News Desk and The New Republic
Igor Volsky / ThinkProgress:
Bachmann: A Seven-Foot Doctor Told Me Obamacare Requires The IRS To Pre-Approve Medical Treatments
Paul Duggan / Washington Post:
Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez charged with attempt to assassinate Obama
Laurie Goodstein / New York Times:
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Glenn Thrush / The Politico:
W.H. dings Benetton
 Earlier Items: 
Jordy Yager / The Hill:
Forty Republicans call for resignation of Eric Holder, Obama's attorney general
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Eli Lake / The Daily Beast:
Israel's Secret Iran Attack Plan: Electronic Warfare
Tyler Durden / zerohedge.com/fullrss2.xml:
Watch Nigel Farage Dance On The Euro's Grave
Discussion: The Other McCain