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11:05 AM ET, April 30, 2012


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Dana Loesch / Twitchy:
Twitter suspends another conservative account; Update: Chris Loesch free, flag-spam prog brigade still loose; Update: Loesch suspended again … Just as with @FreeMarket_US last week, Twitter has suspended the account of conservative Chis Loesch.  Chis is the husband of talk radio host …
Discussion: BuzzFeed and The Other McCain
Dana Loesch / Twitchy:
Twitter, you have a problem: An infestation of radical flag-spam abusers … Hat tip to @Ed: … He is not alone.  —  And you will not be surprised to learn that at least one of the Twitter libs identified as a flag-spam ringleader also happens to be spearheading a Stop Rush Limbaugh effort online.
Dana Loesch / BREITBART.COM:
FREECHRISLOESCH: TWITTER AND CONSERVATIVES  —  Earlier this evening my husband, Chris Loesch, had his Twitter account suspended.  There have been stories going around of conservatives getting suspended from Twitter over innocuous things while accounts like @KillZimmerman …
Discussion: The Mental Recession
Anneke E. Green / Washington Times:
Twitter used to silence conservatives?
Glen Johnson / Boston Globe:
Bill Clinton says economic recovery ahead of pace looking back up to 500 years in history  —  Former President Bill Clinton defended President Obama and his handling of the nation's economic recovery Sunday night, saying “we are beating the clock” historically in comparison to Japan …
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:   Obama Web video touts successes, unveils new 2012 slogan: ‘Forward’
Jon Meacham / TIME Ideas:
Why Obama Owns bin Laden
Discussion: ABCNEWS
Peter Baker / New York Times:
Hardly a Close Ally, Clinton Teams With Obama to Raise Cash and Votes
Discussion: 2012 Decoded
Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
One year later, Obama team looks for lasting bin Laden bounce
Jeff Himmelman / New York Magazine:
The Red Flag in the Flowerpot  —  Four decades after Watergate, there's something that still nags at Ben Bradlee about Deep Throat.  —  One day in early 2007, Bob Woodward poked his head into my office.  He and his wife, Elsa, had been out for dinner the night before with Ben Bradlee and his wife, Sally Quinn.
Dylan Byers / Politico:   Woodward rejects New York mag piece
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
The Legendary Paul Ryan  —  Mitt who?  —  The implosion of the Newt Gingrich presidential campaign—the first implosion, before the weird resurrection and inevitable second implosion—came because he used four words: right-wing social engineering.  He used the phrase, last May …
Jonathan Weisman / New York Times:
The Ticket: Paul Ryan's Kinetic Rise in G.O.P.  —  WASHINGTON — Representative Paul D. Ryan strolls the halls of Capitol Hill with the anarchist band Rage Against the Machine pounding through his earbuds.  —  At 6:30 every morning, he leads an adoring cast of young, conservative members …
New York Post:
Political slowdown in Corzine probe?  —  The implosion of MF Global appears to be the single most investigated event in recent Wall Street history.  The FBI, two US attorneys, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and several congressional committees …
Howie Carr / New York Post:
Harvard's ‘populist’  —  BOSTON — There's a reason …
Discussion: RedState and
Stephen Gandel / Fortune:   Large layoffs loom on Wall Street
Alex Pareene / Salon:
No one gets lucky at Washington's prom  —  The White Correspondents' Dinner isn't what's wrong with politics.  It's what's wrong with DC  —  Every year the White House Correspondents' Dinner inspires two competing varieties of coverage: Celebrity-obsessed fawning and angry tirades …
Joe Kovacs / WND:
BREITBART'S CORONER POISONED TO DEATH?  —  Police probe mysterious demise of L.A. medical examiner  —  Medical examiners in Los Angeles are investigating the possible poisoning death of one of their own officials who may have worked on the case of Andrew Breitbart, the conservative firebrand …
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Mitt Romney's road to presidency this fall looks narrow on electoral map  —  It's no secret that former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney has a narrow path to win the presidency this fall.  Nowhere is that reality more apparent than when examining the electoral map on which Romney and President Obama will battle in November.
Tjfang / CBS San Francisco:
Solyndra Not Dealing With Toxic Waste At Milpitas Facility  —  MILPITAS (CBS 5) — Three months ago, CBS 5 caught Solyndra tossing millions of dollars worth of brand new glass tubes used to make solar panels.  Now the bankrupt solar firm, once touted as a symbol of green technology, may be trying to abandon toxic waste.
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Wasting Our Minds  —  In Spain, the unemployment rate among workers under 25 is more than 50 percent.  In Ireland almost a third of the young are unemployed.  Here in America, youth unemployment is “only” 16.5 percent, which is still terrible — but things could be worse.
New York Times:
Bigotry on the Ballot  —  North Carolina already has a law barring same-sex marriage, but the state's Republican-controlled Legislature is not satisfied.  It devised a measure to enshrine this obvious discrimination in the State Constitution and placed it on the ballot of the state's …
WITH ‘TYRANNY OF CLICHÉS,’ JONAH GOLDBERG DELIVERS A SECOND TRIUMPH  —  No one who writes for a living wouldn't want to be the person behind Jonah Goldberg's “Liberal Fascism,” which was not only a number-one New York Times' bestseller, but also a seminal publication in the growing canon of conservative-leaning books.
Discussion: Althouse
Henry / Crooked Timber:
The Economist fails the Turing Test again  —  Five years ago I linked to a Bill Emmott column on the impending election of Nicholas Sarkozy thusly: … Now, his successor as editor at the Economist plays the same tune again, but even more crudely, deploring Sarkozy's probable successor.
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