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5:10 PM ET, May 29, 2012

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Robert Stacy McCain / The Other McCain:
REPORT: Aaron Walker Arrested After Maryland Hearing on Kimberlin Case  —  Aaron Walker, whose complaint against convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin became a conservative cause célèbre this past week, was reportedly taken into custody today after a court hearing in Rockville, Maryland.
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Dmoynihan / Munsey's Technosnarl:
When Your Honor, This Man Is a Convicted Domestic Terrorist Is Not Enough  —  Update: Apparently Walker was arrested on Battery Charges filed by Kimberlin over an iPad at the close of the hearing.  Also, welcome everyone, this site is mostly about free ebooks, especially pulp fiction …
Discussion: Nice Deb and Wonkette
Chris Smith / Twitchy:
Blogger and Brett Kimberlin target Aaron Walker arrested in Maryland … This is absolutely outrageous.  In a positively Kafka-esque turn of events, a Maryland judge has ordered that Walker be taken into police custody while serial harasser, terrorist, and killer Kimberlin remains free.
SOOPERMEXICAN:
Judge in Kimberlin Hearing Woefully ignorant of Internet, Twitter  —  From @OlympiaPress, who attended the Brett Kimberlin hearing [I added emphases]: … Read the entire post here  —  Update  —  I inquired of @OlympiaPress about the death threats:
Discussion: An Ex-Con's View and Atlas Shrugs
Jim Hoft / The Gateway Pundit:
Breaking: Domestic Terrorist Kimberlin Has Conservative Blogger Arrested  —  The World Is Upside-Down  —  Conservative blogger Aaron Walker was arrested today after the Maryland hearing on the Kimberlin case.  —  ‘Speedway Bomber’: Criminal terrorist Brett Kimberlin was convicted in 1981 www.theothermccain.com
New York Times:
Secret ‘Kill List’ Proves a Test of Obama's Principles and Will  —  WASHINGTON — This was the enemy, served up in the latest chart from the intelligence agencies: 15 Qaeda suspects in Yemen with Western ties.  The mug shots and brief biographies resembled a high school yearbook layout.
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The Daily Beast:
Drones: How Obama Learned to Kill
Discussion: Mediaite and Suburban Guerrilla
Washington Examiner:   Two books, two standards, for Obama, Bush
Caroline May / The Daily Caller:
Pro-life group's hidden camera footage shows complicity in ‘sex-selective’ abortions  —  Live Action says Planned Parenthood and other U.S. abortion providers are willing to assist in the termination of baby girls for pregnant women who choose abortion because they want to have baby boys.
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Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
New Live Action video shows Planned Parenthood encouraging gender-selective abortion, Medicaid fraud  —  Want to see a real war on women?  Not one defined by the opposition to the imposition of a Hubby State and subsidies, but one in which women of the future are systematically eliminated?
Laura Bassett / The Huffington Post:
Planned Parenthood Sting Caught On Video, Released By Anti-Abortion Activists … REACT:  —  FOLLOW:  —  Planned Parenthood, Abortion, Video, Anti-Abortion Activists, Planned Parenthood Video, Politics News  —  A group of anti-abortion activists that Planned Parenthood has suspected …
Eugene Robinson / Washington Post:
Romney's pants on fire  —  There are those who tell the truth.  There are those who distort the truth.  And then there's Mitt Romney.  —  Every political campaign exaggerates and dissembles.  This practice may not be admirable — it's surely one reason so many Americans are disenchanted with politics …
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Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
The Morning Plum: Stop letting Mitt Romney off easy  —  Mitt Romney wants the presidential election to be all about Barack Obama.  If the press doesn't start asking Romney some difficult questions about the core arguments upon which his entire presidential candidacy is based, he may very well get his way.
Jonathan Easley / Ballot Box:
Trump, Romney's surrogate, goes on ‘birther’ offensive
Discussion: ABCNEWS, CNN and Prairie Weather
Maggie Habermanand Emily Schultheis / Reuters:
New Sarah Palin approach; better results  —  Everyone has wondered who the Sarah Palin of 2012 would be.  The answer is...Sarah Palin.  —  Palin's star power faded along with that of the other conservative Mitt Romney alternatives and her media presence has dwindled.
Discussion: ABCNEWS and Taylor Marsh
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Rosie Gray / BuzzFeed:
The Pauls Build A Libertarian Machine
Discussion: The Spectacle Blog
Lucy Madison / CBS News:
In Texas, a rising conservative star takes on the establishment
Ruben Navarrette Jr. / CNN:
GOP's problem with Latinos — as big as Texas
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
Max Pizarro / Politicker NJ:
Booker communications director resigns  —  Anne Torres, communications director for Newark Mayor Cory Booker, is resigning, effective today.  —  Sources say her resignation comes amid internal adminstration strife in the aftermath of Booker's appearance on Meet the Press.
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Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Obama safe in Michigan  —  Barack Obama won't have to worry too much about holding Michigan for the Democrats this fall- he leads Mitt Romney 53-39 there, a lead little changed from PPP's last poll of the state in February when his advantage was 54-38.  —  Romney just doesn't have much of a home field advantage in the state.
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Justin Sink / Ballot Box:
Obama edges Romney by 4 points in latest Colorado poll
Discussion: CNN
Conor Friedersdorf / The Atlantic Online:
In Defense of Chris Hayes  —  The MSNBC host is getting beat up for remarks he made about the heroism of American soldiers.  Really, his critics are the ones who should be apologizing.  —  Very few Americans wake up early on weekend mornings to watch public intellectuals chat.
David Smith / Guardian:
Robert Mugabe appointed as UN international envoy for tourism  —  The Zimbabwe president, accused of ethnic cleansing and bankrupting his country, asked to champion tourism  —  With a line-up that includes Drew Barrymore, David Beckham, Orlando Bloom, and Ricky Martin …
rt.com:
'Allah's enemy!'  Radio host slash-attacked for anti-Islam rant on air  —  Photo from www.radiomayak.ru  —  A radio host has been hospitalized after being cut 15 times by an unidentified criminal.  Two weeks ago the journalist ventured to criticize the founder of Islam, the Prophet Mohammed, on air.
Craig Pittman / Tampa Bay Times:
Wetlands expert suspended by DEP after she refuses to approve permit  —  Florida's top state wetlands expert has been suspended after she refused to issue a permit on a controversial project — one that she said her boss was willing to bend the rules to approve.
Discussion: ThinkProgress and Crooks and Liars
Bloomberg:
Debt-Ceiling Deja Vu Could Sink Economy  —  Europe is crumbling.  China is slowing.  The Federal Reserve is dithering.  Yet the biggest threat to the emerging U.S. economic recovery may be Congress.  —  John Boehner, the leader of the House Republicans, has promised yet another fight …
Pete Kasperowicz / The Hill:
House to vote on bill penalizing abortion based on sex of child  —  The House will vote this week on legislation imposing criminal penalties on anyone performing an abortion based on the sex of the child, but the measure runs the risk of failing on the floor because of how the GOP is calling it up.
David Brooks / New York Times:
The Role of Uncle Sam  —  From the dawn of the republic, the federal government has played a vital role in American economic life.  Government promoted industrial development in the 18th century, transportation in the 19th, communications in the 20th and biotechnology today.
Sanford Levinson / Campaign Stops:
Our Imbecilic Constitution  —  Advocating the adoption of the new Constitution drafted in Philadelphia, the authors of “The Federalist Papers” mocked the “imbecility” of the weak central government created by the Articles of Confederation.  —  Nearly 225 years later, critics across …
Discussion: Outside the Beltway and ACS Blog
Pew Global Attitudes Project:
European Unity on the Rocks  —  OVERVIEW  —  In Europe, what started out four years ago as a sovereign debt crisis, morphed into a euro currency crisis and led to the fall of several European governments, has now triggered a full-blown crisis of public confidence: in the economy, in the future …
New York Post:
Not worth the debt  —  I've been writing for years about a bubble in higher education: too much demand, causing sky-high prices — all because of cheap government money, much like the housing bubble.  Now those warnings have become conventional wisdom — so conventional that they've reached The New York Times and even 60 Minutes.
Discussion: Sense of Events and Betsy's Page
David Thompson:
No Ego Whatsoever, Just an Urge to Control  —  It's been a while since we've had an addition to our series of classic sentences, so let's fix that right now.  —  Ken Loach is the least egotistical of cinema directors.  —  Yes, today's Guardian editorial - In Praise of Ken Loach …
Discussion: protein wisdom and Guardian
 
 
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Matthew Boyle / The Daily Caller:
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Discussion: Weasel Zippers and Vodkapundit
Leonard N. Fleming / detroitnews.com:
McCotter running as write in
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Reuters:
New Sarah Palin approach; better results
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Chicago Tribune:
Kirk's ex-wife files FEC complaint questioning campaign payments
Discussion: BackyardConservative
Helen Kennedy / NY Daily News:
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