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11:25 AM ET, June 5, 2012

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Robin Bravender / Politico:
Wisconsin recall: Democrats prepare for recall recount  —  Brace yourself: Wisconsin Democrats say they are preparing for the event that the hotly contested recall race could drag on for weeks, or even longer.  —  Floating the prospect of a recount is, of course, a message that bolsters …
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Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Late Polls Find Walker Is Still Favored  —  Two polls released over the weekend suggest that Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, a Republican, remains the clear favorite to win Tuesday's recall election.  —  Although the contest is fairly close, polls of gubernatorial races are ordinarily quite reliable in the late stages of a race.
Robin Bravender / Politico:
Wisconsin Dems sidestep labor debate in recall  —  MILWAUKEE — The bitter battle over union rights in Wisconsin sent masses of angry protesters flooding into the streets, placed the state at the center of a national debate over Big Labor's power and sparked the historic recall to topple GOP Gov. Scott Walker.
Washington Examiner:
Wisconsin labor fight started ugly, ended ugly
Discussion: Hot Air
Walter Russell Mead / Via Meadia:
Intrade Has Walker's Chances over 90%; NY Times in Panic Mode
Justin Sink / The Hill:
Gov. Walker knocks Obama for shying away from Wisconsin recall
Monica Davey / New York Times:
Wisconsin Governor Recall Election Is Today
New York Post:
Team O turns tone-deaf  —  Remember how all the buzz about the 2008 campaign was how young and fresh and new and exciting and YouTube-y and Internet-y and Will.I.AM-y the Obama campaign was?  Well, the Obama 2012 campaign is turning into . . . a raffle.  Or a school auction.  Or something.
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The Boston Globe:
Romney's solar slam at Obama backfires
Discussion: Washington Post
Las Vegas Sun Blogs:
Clark County GOP erects billboard touting Ron Paul, deriding Mitt Romney
Michael D. Lemonick / Time:
NASA Gets Two New Hubble Telescopes — Absolutely Free  —  It hardly bears mentioning that the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope is one of the most extraordinarily successful scientific instruments of all time.  Since 1993, when the telescope's flawed mirror was set right by a set …
Discussion: The Reaction
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Joel Achenbach / Washington Post:
NASA gets two military spy telescopes for astronomy
Ezra Klein:
The Keynesian case for Romney  —  Even if you disagree with every one of Mitt Romney's policies, there's a chance he's still the best candidate to lift the economy in 2013.  —  That's not because he has business experience.  For all his bluster about the lessons taught by the private sector …
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Bernie Becker / The Hill:
Obama joins Dem blitz before Senate vote on equal pay measure
Chad Stone / cbpp.org:
Misguided “Fiscal Cliff” Fears Pose Challenges to Productive Budget Negotiations
Discussion: The Huffington Post
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Justin Sink / The Hill:
Crossroads GPS knocks Obama on debt, economy in new $7 million buy  —  A new $7 million ad buy from a prominent conservative group accuses President Barack Obama of “reckless spending” and will air across key swing states in the November election.  —  The commercial, funded …
Discussion: Taylor Marsh
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CNN:
Crossroads ad slams Obama over debt
Commentary Magazine:
Please Excuse My President  —  Few things are more difficult in politics than confronting failure and learning from it.  It is especially difficult when a leader you have championed, and in whom you have placed your highest hopes, turns out to be less than he seemed.
Discussion: Ed Driscoll
Zack Ford / ThinkProgress:
Therapy Survivor Calls Out Ex-Gay Advocate's Bullying On Dr. Drew  —  Last night on his HLN show, Dr. Drew interviewed Janet Boynes, friend of Marcus and Michele Bachmann, about her ex-gay identity and advocacy.  She unsurprisingly reiterated her belief that “change is possible through …
Discussion: Good As You
Reuters:
Fear factors: What worries Romney backers  —  Mitt Romney has done the unthinkable: silenced the legions of conservatives who saw him as too starched, too ideologically wobbly and too Richie Rich to win a few months ago.  —  Now comes the hard part: getting those same conservatives …
Discussion: Politico
New York Post:
Boastful babbling a gift to our foes  —  Last week's media bombshell that we'd infiltrated the Iranian nuclear program with a super-secret computer virus made it undeniable: There's been way too much aired about sensitive US operations over the last year or so.  —  Someone ought to tell Team Obama.
Aubrey Whelan / Washington Examiner:
Occupiers quietly fade from McPherson Square  —  An “Events Calandar” is one of the few things left over from the Occupy D.C. protest in McPherson Square, which ended in an eviction last February, Friday, June 1, 2012.  (Graeme Jennings/Examiner)  —  Occupy DC's base camp in McPherson Square morphed …
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Shiv Malik / Guardian:
Unemployed bussed in to steward river pageant  —  Coachloads of jobless people brought in to work unpaid on river pageant as part of Work Programme  —  Call for inquiry into use of unpaid jobseekers as jubilee stewards  —  A group of long-term unemployed jobseekers were bussed into London …
Mark Maremont / Wall Street Journal:
How Romney Pushed State Health Bill  —  Emails Show Governor Defending Insurance Mandate for Massachusetts Residents  —  When Mitt Romney left office as Massachusetts governor, his aides removed all emails from a server computer in the governor's office, and purchased and carted off hard drives …
Pew Research Center for the People and the Press:
Partisan Polarization Surges in Bush, Obama Years  —  Trends in American Values: 1987-2012  —  OVERVIEW  —  As Americans head to the polls this November, their values and basic beliefs are more polarized along partisan lines than at any point in the past 25 years.
Paul Mirengoff / Power Line:
A speech I'd like to hear Obama deliver  —  Later this month, the Supreme Court will deliver its ruling in the Obamacare case.  Suppose the government loses.  What will Obama say?  Perhaps his speech will go something like this:  —  “My fellow citizens.  I'm not going to mince words.
 
 
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The Boston Globe:
Science out of context  —  BP's demand for e-mail will erode …
Jeffrey M. Jones / Gallup:
Romney Edges Obama in Battle for Middle-Income Voters
Discussion: Hot Air and Campaign 2012
Jeremy Herb / The Hill:
US: Israel ‘supportive’ of new Iranian sanctions if nuclear talks fail
Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs:
Muslim Yelling “Allahu Akbar” Beheads His Wife In Front of Their Six Children Before Throwing …
Discussion: Daily Mail and The Gateway Pundit
Sylvia Westall / Reuters:
Kuwaiti gets 10 years for Twitter blasphemy
 Earlier Items: 
Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
Giffords's potential successor runs from Obama
Discussion: CNN, Ballot Box and The Gateway Pundit
The Atlantic Online:
Tiananmen Square, Then and Now  —  Twenty-three years ago today …
Discussion: Gawker
Susanne Craig / DealBook:
Goldman Sachs Cuts a Little Deeper
Discussion: New York Magazine and Felix Salmon
BuzzFeed:
Bill Clinton: Romney Presidency Would Be Calamitous For The World
Jim Geraghty / National Review:
Messina: We're Doing Great! Oh, and We May Lose Wisconsin.
Billy House / NationalJournal.com:
Erupting Urinal Soaks House Press Gallery