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8:25 PM ET, December 6, 2011

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The Gallup Organization / Gallup:
Gingrich 37%, Romney 22% Among GOP Voters Nationwide  —  Gallup's initial Daily tracking finds all other candidates in single digits  —  PRINCETON, NJ — Newt Gingrich leads Mitt Romney 37% to 22% in Gallup's inaugural Daily tracking of Republican registered voters' preferences …
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Ramesh Ponnuru / Bloomberg:
Heartbreak Awaits Republicans Who Love Newt: Ramesh Ponnuru  —  Before Republicans put Newt Gingrich at the top of their party, they should consider what happened the last time he led it.  —  In the mid-1990s, Gingrich was the de facto head of the Republican Party.
Charles P. Pierce / Esquire:
The Truth About Pundit Crap: Could Jon Meacham Be the Most Insufferable Human in Washington?  —  I have long proposed that every single major elite political pundit be frog-marched away from the buffet tables inside the Beltway and deep into the Blue Ridge Mountains, there to be confined …
Kevinliptak / CNN:
Romney latest candidate to say no to Trump  —  (CNN) - Donald Trump's Republican presidential debate took another hit Wednesday when White House hopeful Mitt Romney said he wouldn't participate in the event.  —  Romney is now the third candidate to decline Trump's invitation to participate in the event.
Discussion: Ben Smith's Blog
Molly K. Hooper / The Hill:
GOP kingmakers unhappy with choice between Romney, Gingrich for 2012
Rachel Rose Hartman / Yahoo! News:
On private call, Republicans say attacking Obama personally is too dangerous: Yahoo News exclusive  —  Obama greets a crowd at Wilkes Barre/Scranton International Airport (Carolyn Kaster/AP)  —  Republicans on a private Republican National Committee conference call with allies warned Tuesday …
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Jennifer Rubin / Washington Post:
Gingrich: Most likely to kiss up to the liberal elite
Jroot / Rick Perry for President 2012:
Statement by Gov. Rick Perry on Obama Administration's Use of Gay Rights to Make Foreign Aid Decisions  —  AUSTIN - Gov. Rick Perry today issued the following statement:  —  “Just when you thought Barack Obama couldn't get any more out of touch with America's values, AP reports …
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New York Times:
U.S. to Use Foreign Aid to Promote Gay Rights Abroad  —  WASHINGTON — The United States will begin using American foreign aid to promote gay rights abroad, Obama administration officials said on Tuesday.  —  President Obama issued a memorandum directing American agencies to look for ways …
Kevinliptak / CNN:
Candidates quick to pan Obama foreign aid decision
Igor Volsky / ThinkProgress:
Sec. Clinton To UN: ‘Gay Rights Are Human Rights, And Human Rights Are Gay Rights’
Discussion: The Huffington Post and Mediaite
Justin Sink / The Hill:   Obama announces foreign aid to promote gay rights; plan panned by Perry
Glenn Beck:
Transcript of Newt Gingrich interview  —  Glenn is back on TV!  Watch Glenn's new two-hour show available live and on-demand Monday through Friday on GBTV.com!  Start your two week free trial HERE!  —  Below is a rush transcript of Glenn's interview with Newt Gingrich this morning.
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Maggie Haberman / The Politico:
Ron Paul goes negative against Newt Gingrich on air in Iowa
Discussion: Indecision Forever
Gschwarzcnn / CNN:
TRENDING: Beck the latest GOPer to take on Gingrich
Benjamin Domenech / Heartlander Magazine:
Quarter-Billion Taxpayer Dollars Spent on Penis Pumps  —  Benjamin Domenech is managing editor of Health Care News and a research fellow at The Heartland...  (read full bio)  —  TWITTER  —  According to data collected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) …
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Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
An absurd choice for a health care award
David Dayen / Firedoglake:
Obama's Osawatomie Speech Attempts a Populist Rebranding  —  President Obama gives Teddy Rooseveltian speech.  Will he now walk the walk?  —  In his Osawatomie, Kansas speech, an echo of Theodore Roosevelt's 1910 address in the same city calling for a “New Nationalism,” …
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Daniel Strauss / Ballot Box:
Call him crazy but Huntsman shifts on climate change  —  GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman shifted his position on global warming Tuesday, telling a conservative audience that there is “not enough information right now” on the issue to formulate policies.
Discussion: ThinkProgress, CNN and Liberal Values
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Shushannah Walshe / ABCNEWS:
Rick Santorum Has Tense Exchange on Gay Rights and Health Care in Iowa  —  SIOUX CENTER, IOWA—Rick Santorum is usually quite amiable on the trail, but Monday evening at campaign event at small Christian college in Sioux City he had some tense back and forth exchanges with one student and another graduate of the college.
Discussion: ThinkProgress and The Raw Story
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James Hibberd / Inside TV:
Republicans vs. Democrats TV survey results: Lefties want comedy, right wingers like work  —  Republicans don't watch MTV's Jersey Shore.  But they dig ABC's Castle.  —  Democrats don't like Discovery's Deadliest Catch.  But they swoon for NBC's Parks and Recreation.
Judy Kurtz / The Hill:
Bob Woodward says sitting next to Al Gore is ‘taxing, unpleasant’  —  If you plan on throwing a dinner party full of VIPs, whatever you do, don't seat Bob Woodward next to Al Gore.  —  In a speech at the Organization for International Investment's annual dinner at D.C.'s Ritz-Carlton Hotel on Thursday …
Discussion: iOwnTheWorld.com
Felicia Sonmez / Washington Post:
Senate Republican filibuster blocks Obama D.C. Circuit nominee Caitlin Halligan  —  Senate Republicans on Tuesday filibustered the nomination of Caitlin Halligan to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, blocking a nominee tapped last year by President Obama to serve on one of the country's most powerful courts.
Spike Dolomite Ward / Los Angeles Times:
‘Obamacare’ to the rescue  —  A woman who felt President Obama had let the middle class down has changed her mind.  —  In this August 20, 2009 photo, President Obama spoke during a town hall meeting on healthcare at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington.  (Alex Wong/Bloomberg)
Dalia Sussman / The Caucus:
New Iowa Poll: Who Can Beat Obama?  —  Just weeks before the first votes are cast in the 2012 presidential campaign, likely Republican caucus-goers in Iowa are closely divided over which candidate has the best chance of defeating President Obama, the latest New York Times/CBS News poll finds.
 
 
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Debbie Siegelbaum / The Hill:
Unemployed protesters stage sit-ins in dozens of lawmaker offices
Alan Reynolds / Wall Street Journal:
Tax Rates, Inequality and the 1%
Discussion: The New Republic
Judy Kurtz / The Hill:
Gaming website picks Hillary Clinton over Bachmann and Santorum for president
Discussion: Reuters
Thomas Kaplan / New York Times:
Cuomo and Legislative Leaders Agree on Tax Deal
Marie Diamond / ThinkProgress:
ALEC Deems Kids Eating Rat Poison An ‘Acceptable Risk’
Jeremy Rosen / CourierPostOnline.com:
Chris Myers resigns as Medford mayor
Judy Kurtz / The Hill:
Correction from White House: President didn't say he's ‘mad living here’
Discussion: CNN
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Justin Fenton / Baltimore Sun:
Woman stabbed at Occupy Baltimore encampment, police say
Discussion: Weasel Zippers and Verum Serum
Pete Kasperowicz / The Hill:
GOP members offer payroll tax solution: Let taxpayers choose
Discussion: The Politico and CNN
Paul Bond / Hollywood Reporter:
Fox Business Network Calls Muppets Communist; Debate Goes Viral
Jordan Weissmann / The Atlantic Online:
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BBC:
A Russian court convicts Evan Gershkovich of espionage and sentences him to 16 years in prison; Wall Street Journal calls the trial a “sham”

Rick Porter / The Hollywood Reporter:
Nielsen: the Republican National Convention's final night averaged 25.38M US viewers over 14 outlets, up 7% from 2020; people 55+ were about 72% of the audience

Connor Mycroft / South China Morning Post:
Media orgs, WSJ union, and a congressional panel express support for Selina Cheng, who says WSJ fired her for assuming Hong Kong Journalists Association's chair

 
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