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11:55 AM ET, July 2, 2013

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Edward Joseph Snowden / WikiLeaks:
Statement from Edward Snowden in Moscow  —  One week ago I left Hong Kong after it became clear that my freedom and safety were under threat for revealing the truth.  My continued liberty has been owed to the efforts of friends new and old, family, and others who I have never met and probably never will.
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WikiLeaks:
Edward Snowden submits asylum applications  —  On 30th June 2013 WikiLeaks' legal advisor in the Edward Snowden matter, Sarah Harrison, submitted by hand a number of requests for asylum and asylum assistance on behalf of Edward J. Snowden, the NSA whistleblower.
Rory Carroll / Guardian:
Rafael Correa not considering Snowden asylum: helping him was a ‘mistake’  —  Ecuador's president reveals the whistleblower was granted a temporary travel card at 4am ‘without authorisation or validity’  —  Ecuador is not considering Edward Snowden's asylum request and never intended …
Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
Snowden withdraws Russian asylum bid
Discussion: RT and The Hinterland Gazette
Washington Post:
Plugging the leaks in the Edward Snowden case
Glenn Harlan Reynolds / USA Today:
Don't fear the leaker: Column
Evan McMurry / Mediaite:
Greenwald Slams Obama On Fox & Friends: Targeting Snowden ‘To Intimidate Future Whistle Blowers’
Discussion: Smartypants and The Raw Story
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Glenn Greenwald: New bombshell coming
Discussion: Speakeasy and New Republic
Lee Habeeb / National Review:
Guilty of Being Southern  —  Media and academic elites prefer to focus on the old South while a new one marches on.  —  Over the years, my African-American friends have shared with me stories of the senseless traffic stops they've endured for nothing more than driving while black.
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Chris Johnson / Washington Blade:
Senate committee vote on ENDA set for July 10  — Stumble upon something good?  Share it on StumbleUpon  — Send via Email  — Send this page to Print Friendly  —  A Senate committee will vote on ENDA on July 10 (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key).
Discussion: Towleroad News #gay
Susan Page / USA Today:
Poll: Support for gay marriage hits high after ruling
Ashley Collman / Daily Mail:
‘All he did was love me’: Heartbreaking moment police shoot and kill dog that was defending owner when officers arrested him for FILMING them  — Leon Rosby, 52, was walking his dog and video-tapping a police scene when he was arrested for obstruction of justice
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Larry Altman / Daily Breeze:
Hawthorne police kill dog during arrest of owner, video of shooting goes viral
Discussion: Alan Colmes' Liberaland and Gawker
Committee to Protect Journalists:
Journalist dead, 1 raped, more attacked in Egypt  —  The Committee to Protect Journalists is gravely concerned about the security of journalists covering ongoing mass protests in Egypt.  One journalist was killed and seven others were injured, including one raped, while covering demonstrations …
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Reuters:
Egypt on the edge after Mursi rebuffs army ultimatum  —  (Reuters) - President Mohamed Mursi rebuffed an army ultimatum to force a resolution to Egypt's political crisis, saying on Tuesday that he had not been consulted and would pursue his own plans for national reconciliation.
New York Times:
Foreign Minister Quits as Egypt Braces for Further Protests
Maggie Haberman / Politico:
What if Hillary Clinton passes on 2016?  —  For Democrats, there is no fallback: It's Hillary Clinton or probably a long bout of depression ahead of 2016.  —  With expectations hitting a fever pitch three-and-a-half years out that Clinton is running for president again, every move she makes …
Sam Stein / The Huffington Post:
Dan Balz Book: Mitt Romney Voted Against 2012 Run In Family Poll  —  WASHINGTON — Over the Christmas break of 2010, Mitt Romney and his family took an internal poll on whether he should run for president once more.  Twelve family members cast ballots.  Ten said no. One of the 10 was Mitt Romney himself.
Michael D. Shear / New York Times:
Obama Appears With Bush at Site of Tanzania Terror Blast  —  DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania — Two presidents who spent much of their time in office fighting terror stood solemnly next to each other Tuesday morning as a United States marine placed a wreath to mark the memory of those killed here by a terrorist bomb 15 years ago.
Discussion: Post Politics
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Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
Obama, Bush honor embassy bombing victims in Tanzania
Discussion: Politico and CNN
James Taranto / Wall Street Journal:
A racial turnabout in the George Zimmerman trial.  —  “It's not about racial profiling,” said lawyer Daryl Parks about the murder trial of George Zimmerman.  “We never claimed this was about race.”  —  What makes these statements “head-scratching,” as New York's Daily News describes them …
Discussion: Instapundit and American Thinker
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Benjy Sarlin / msnbc.com:
How the GOP stopped worrying about Latinos and learned to love the base  —  In a June 23, 2012 photo, Mauricia Horta Fuentes, 36, at the fence marking the US-Mexico border in Tijuana, Mexico.  (Photo by Gregory Bull/AP)  —  If the 2012 election was a wakeup call for Republicans to address …
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Esther Yu-Hsi Lee / ThinkProgress:
As Of Today, California No Longer Has A White Majority
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
G.O.P. Groups Offering Cover for Lawmakers on Immigration  —  WASHINGTON — Fox News viewers in Florida will see a new commercial in the coming weeks urging them to call Senator Marco Rubio.  “Thank him for keeping his promise, and fighting to secure the border,” a narrator says in the ad …
Gabrielle Giffords / USA Today:
Gun rights come with responsibilities  —  I'm a patriot who believes in 2nd Amendment.  My 7-state tour will promote common-sense action.  —  July 4 gets the parades and the celebrations, as it should.  But I'm going to start my celebration of American independence early.
Eugene Robinson / Washington Post:
Boehner's immigration win-win  —  Of course it's amnesty.  The whole point of comprehensive immigration reform is to bring 11 million undocumented men, women and children out of the shadows, which means giving them some kind of legal status, which amounts to amnesty.  Otherwise, why bother?
Discussion: Power Line, The Hill and Hot Air
 
 
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New York Times:
Chaos in Middle East Grows as the U.S. Focuses on Israel
Byron York / Washington Examiner:
Immigration reform won't make Social Security solvent
Jennifer Jacobs / Des Moines Register:
Braley has $2M on hand for U.S. Senate run
Discussion: Yahoo! News and Ballot Box
 Earlier Items: 
Michael R. Gordon / New York Times:
Kerry, Meeting With Russian Counterpart, Seeks Syria Talks Soon
Matea Gold / Washington Post:
Immigration deal would boost defense manufacturers
Discussion: The Hill and Prairie Weather
BBC:
Catholic priest beheaded in Syria monastery attack
Justin Sink / The Hill:
Former Rep. Bill Gray, first black Majority Whip, dead at 71
Slate:
What's Left?  —  Have progressives abandoned every cause save gay marriage?