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4:00 PM ET, May 27, 2012

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MiamiHerald.com:
Naked man killed by Police near MacArthur Causeway was ‘eating’ face off victim  —  It was a scene as creepy as a Hannibal Lecter movie.  —  One man was shot to death by Miami police, and another man is fighting for his life after he was attacked, and his face allegedly half eaten …
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Associated Press:
Report: Officer kills naked attacker chewing man's face  —  MIAMI (AP) - A Miami police officer on Saturday fatally shot a naked man who was chewing on the face of another man on a downtown causeway off-ramp, police and witnesses said.  —  Sponsored Links  —  The Miami Herald reports …
Discussion: pandagon.net
Glenn Thrush / Politico:
Rudy trashes Mitt with faint praise, cites his own ‘ego’  —  Memo to both campaigns: Beware deploying northeast mayors as surrogates on the Sunday shows.  —  This morning's Cory Booker performance comes courtesy of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who harshly criticized Mitt Romney's record …
Patterico's Pontifications:
Brett Kimberlin Gets His Wikipedia Entry Removed  —  [UPDATE: I have heard once again from the Wikipedia editor who removed Brett Kimberlin's Wikipedia entry.  He refuses to tell me who claimed Kimberlin had been the victim of a harassment campaign.  He evidently has no regrets about his decision …
Carlo Munoz / The Hill:
Pentagon has military plans ready to prevent nuclear Iran, says Panetta  —  The Pentagon has a plan ready for military action to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon, but the United States and its allies remain focused on reaching a diplomatic solution, according to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta.
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ABCNEWS:
Full Transcript: Defense Secretary Leon Panetta
Discussion: CNN and Politico
ABCNEWS:
Leon Panetta Calls Pakistan Doctor's Treason Sentence ‘Disturbing’
Discussion: emptywheel
Bobby Bank / ABCNEWS:
George Will Calls Donald Trump a ‘Bloviating Ignoramus’  —  This morning on “This Week,” ABC News' George Will called Donald Trump a “bloviating ignoramus,” questioning why presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is associating with the real estate mogul …
Scott Walker / CNN:
Wisconsin recall's a ‘test run,’ DNC chair says  —  Washington (CNN) - Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Sunday classified Democratic efforts in the Wisconsin recall election as a “test run” for the presidential race.  —  “It's given the Obama for America operation …
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Martin O'Malley / CNN:
Gingrich's presidential advice: Raise money
Discussion: Politico
Judd Legum / ThinkProgress:
EXCLUSIVE: Florida Telling Hundreds Of Eligible Citizens That They Are Ineligible To Vote  —  Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) has ordered the state to purge all “non-citizens” from the voting rolls prior to November's election.  But that list compiled by the Scott administration is so riddled …
Thomas L. Friedman / New York Times:
Obama Should Seize the High Ground  —  DURING a recent discussion in Seattle with a group of educators, one of them surprised me when she pointed out that even though their state did not win President Obama's education “Race to the Top,” that program was critical in spurring education reform in Washington State.
Politico:
Mitt Romney not into ‘vision thing’  —  Mitt Romney has made it clear what he's against.  —  What he'd be for as president is another question.  —  The presumptive GOP nominee has some Republicans worried he lacks the “vision thing” that has hurt previous presidential candidates …
Discussion: Washington Monthly
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Tim Stanley / Telegraph:
Barack Obama is facing his Jimmy Carter moment
Discussion: hogewash
Trip Gabriel / New York Times:
In Rarefied Sport, a View of the Romneys' World  —  As Ann Romney immersed herself in the elite world of riding over the last dozen years, she relied on Jan Ebeling as a trusted tutor and horse scout.  In her, he found a deep-pocketed patron.  —  A German-born trainer and top-ranked equestrian …
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
The Facebook Illusion  —  THERE were two grand illusions about the American economy in the first decade of the 21st century.  One was the idea that housing prices were no longer tethered to normal economic trends, and instead would just keep going up and up.
 
 
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Gregg Re / The Daily Caller:
Media hastily erase articles about Malia Obama's appearance at One Direction concert
Tracy McVeigh / Guardian:
Afghan women leaving over Taliban fears
Discussion: The PJ Tatler
Mark Steyn / National Review:
The Facebook Caliphate  —  So how's that old Arab Spring going?
Discussion: Theo Spark and The Jawa Report
Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
Sen. Murray: Lawmakers 'weren't prepared' to deal with veterans' issues
Discussion: Politico
Peter Schroeder / The Hill:
Lugar not planning ‘active campaign’ in support of Mourdock's Senate bid
Discussion: Politico
Washington Examiner:
Green energy jobs far short of Obama goal
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit and Nice Deb
 Earlier Items: 
BBC:
Lady Gaga Indonesia concert cancelled
Discussion: Firedoglake and msnbc.com
Associated Press:
Warning signs for Obama on path to electoral votes
Discussion: 2.0: The Blogmocracy
Jamie Klatell / The Hill:
Obama plays golf, press gets left behind
Discussion: Moe Lane
Michelle Bauman / Catholic News Agency:
Forty-three Catholic organizations file lawsuits against HHS mandate
Discussion: American Thinker
Louis Charbonneau / Reuters:
Russian arms shipment en route to Syria: report
Kathleen Parker / Washington Post:
Cory Booker's truth — and its consequences
Discussion: Dr. Sanity and Moe Lane