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9:25 AM ET, June 11, 2012

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Shelby Grad / L.A. NOW:
Commerce Secretary John Bryson accused in hit-and-run crashes  —  Authorities are investigating a series of traffic collisions in the San Gabriel Valley involving U.S. Secretary of Commerce John Bryson, authorities said Saturday.  —  Bryson was found unconscious in his vehicle and has been hospitalized, officials said.
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CBS News:
John Bryson, U.S. Commerce Secretary, cited in Calif. hit-and-run  —  Updated at 7:28 a.m. Eastern.  —  (CBS News) U.S. Secretary of Commerce John Bryson has been cited in a felony hit-and-run case after allegedly crashing a Lexus into two vehicles in California on June 9, Los Angeles County police have confirmed.
Maria P. White / CNN:
Police: U.S. Commerce secretary cited in California hit-and-run accident  —  (CNN) — U.S. Secretary of Commerce John Bryson was cited with felony hit-and-run after causing with two car accidents within minutes of one another in Southern California, a police spokesman told CNN early Monday.
Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
Report: Commerce chief investigated for hit-and-run accidents  —  Commerce Secretary John Bryson is being investigated by law enforcement officials for allegedly causing two traffic accidents over the weekend, one of which left him injured.  —  A police spokesman from the San Gabriel Police Department …
Mj Lee / Politico:
Cops: John Bryson probed in hit and run
msnbc.com:
Commerce Secretary John Bryson investigated over weekend car crashes
Frank Newport / Gallup:
Majority of Union Members Favor Obama; a Third Back Romney  —  Government union workers similar to non-government union workers in their vote  —  PRINCETON, NJ — A majority of union members say they would vote for Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential race, although their support is by no means monolithic.
Discussion: Politico, Weasel Zippers, CNN and GOP 12
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Fox News:
After Walker victory, Indiana governor suggests public unions should go  —  On the heels of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's history-making recall victory, the governor of nearby Indiana with his own record of curtailing union benefits suggested public-sector unions are past their prime and should be abolished.
Discussion: Pirate's Cove and The Conservatory
Julian Pecquet / The Hill:
Gov. Walker splits with Romney, says firemen, teachers aren't ‘big government’
New York Post:
A perjury rap, too?  —  Did Jon Corzine perjure himself after all?  —  Corzine's “Sgt. Schultz” defense at recent congressional hearings on the demise of MF Global and the looting of $1.6 billion from customer accounts seemed a brilliant way to avoid the embarrassment of taking the Fifth while also dodging any perjury trap.
The Sun:
PM left daughter aged 8 down pub  —  Camerons' nightmare  —  HORRIFIED David Cameron got home from a Sunday lunch with family and friends — and discovered he had left his eight-year-old daughter in the pub.  —  He dashed back and found little Nancy with staff at the Plough Inn in Cadsden, Bucks.
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Another Bank Bailout  —  Oh, wow — another bank bailout, this time in Spain.  Who could have predicted that?  —  The answer, of course, is everybody.  In fact, the whole story is starting to feel like a comedy routine: yet again the economy slides, unemployment soars, banks get into trouble …
Discussion: Ezra Klein
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Dylan Ratigan Leaving MSNBC  —  Dylan Ratigan, the opinionated and sometimes hotheaded television host, is leaving MSNBC, the cable channel where he has worked for the last three years.  —  Mr. Ratigan, whose news analysis show is now broadcast at 4 p.m. Eastern time, said in a telephone interview …
Rick Klein / ABCNEWS:
‘World News’ Political Insights: President Obama's Rough Stretch Exposes Weak Spots  —  First went the mood.  Next, the muscle failed.  Finally, to close out a horrific week for President Obama's reelection bid, went the message.  —  The first week of June began with a monthly jobs report …
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
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Ryan Lizza / New Yorker:
THE SECOND TERM  —  What would Obama do if reëlected?  —  President Obama awaiting G8 leaders at Camp David last month.  He has an ambitious agenda, which, at least in broad ways, his campaign is beginning to highlight.  Photograph by Luke Sharrett.
John Fund / National Review:
Netroots Nation under a Cloud  —  The Base to Obama: You should be worried.  —  Providence, R.I. — If elections are won partly on the enthusiasm of a candidate's base, Barack Obama is in trouble.  Netroots Nation, the annual left-wing conference for bloggers and activists, held its seventh annual rally here this weekend.
Discussion: Shot in the Dark
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Meghashyam Mali / Ballot Box:
Obama tells activists ‘change is hard,’ in video message to Netroots Nation
Discussion: The Daily Beast and Hot Air
BuzzFeed:
Jeb Bush: No Place For Father, Reagan In Today's GOP  —  The “dysfunction” is “disturbing,” says the former Florida governor.  A pox on both parties.  —  Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush on Capitol Hill earlier this week.  —  (Getty Images / Chip Somodevilla)
Discussion: GOP 12
Luigi Zingales / Financial Times:
Why I was won over by Glass-Steagall  —  I have to admit that I was not a big fan of the forced separation between investment banking and commercial banking along the lines of the Glass-Steagall Act in the US.  I do not like restrictions to contractual freedom, unless I see a compelling argument that the free market gets it wrong.
Discussion: Economist's View
P.J. Gladnick / NewsBusters.org blogs:
Adbusters Admits OWS Flopped; Now Promoting ‘Flash Encampments’  —  The Occupy Wall Street movement was first proposed by the leftwing Canadian magazine, Adbusters.  However, now even they are forced to admit the obvious about the failure of their creation which you can read in their sad OWS obituary:
City Journal:
American Caste  —  When Charles Murray's best-selling Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010 appeared a few months ago, the book's fictional working-class neighborhood, Fishtown, became one more battleground in America's 50-year-old culture war.
 
 
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E.J. Dionne Jr / Washington Post:
Government is the solution
Michael Birnbaum / Washington Post:
In Spain's bailout request, Greece's crisis played key role
Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
Politico to Expand Its Subscription Service
David Carr / New York Times:
The Media Equation: U-T San Diego Open About Its Pro-Business Motives
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Obama's political gaffe will be fodder in general election
Discussion: Datechguy's Blog and Althouse
Peter Wallsten / Washington Post:
President Obama bristles when he is the target of activist tactics he once used
Discussion: US Politics and Power Line
Robert J. Samuelson / Washington Post:
Can Germany come to the euro zone's rescue?
 Earlier Items: 
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Michael Kranish / The Boston Globe:
In a world of super PACs, Mitt Romney rules
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Alexander Burns / Politico:
Priorities USA airing third Bain ad
Dana Loesch / thedanashow.wordpress.com:
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CBS News:
“Face the Nation” transcript, June 10, 2012: Walker, O'Malley, Trumka
Discussion: Althouse
Elise Foley / The Huffington Post:
Mitch Daniels: Public-Sector Unions Shouldn't Exist