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11:10 AM ET, May 10, 2014


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Ellen Weinstein / Wall Street Journal:
How to Trick the Guilty and Gullible into Revealing Themselves  —  It starts with a basic understanding of game theory and incentives  —  King Solomon built the First Temple in Jerusalem and was known throughout the land for his wisdom.  —  David Lee Roth fronted the rock band Van Halen …
Discussion: Marginal REVOLUTION
Bernie Becker / The Hill:
One year later, Republicans put IRS probe on the backburner  —  A year after it began, the IRS targeting controversy has been overtaken by the Benghazi attacks on the oversight agenda of House Republicans.  —  While Republicans are convinced that the Obama administration is stonewalling …
Discussion: Politico
Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Ted Cruz, the reckless accuser  —  Sen. Ted Cruz, in a speech to fellow conservatives at the Federalist Society this week, provided detailed evidence of what the right calls the “lawlessness” of the Obama administration.  —  The Texas Republican, in his latest McCar­thyesque flourish …
Bill Carter / New York Times:
A Successor to ‘Colbert’ Is Named  —  What comes after “The Colbert Report”?  —  On Comedy Central it will be “The Minority Report” and the host will be the “senior black correspondent” from “The Daily Show” — otherwise known as Larry Wilmore.  —  Comedy Central has concluded a deal …
Max Brantley / Arkansas Blog, Arkansas Times:
Judge Chris Piazza invalidates Arkansas's same-sex marriage ban  —  Circuit Judge Chris Piazza today invalidated the Arkansas ban on same-sex marriage and recognition of marriages legally entered by same-sex couples in other states.  —  An appeal is expected.
Andrew Demillo / Associated Press:
Arkansas Judge Strikes Down Gay Marriage Ban
Chris Geidner / BuzzFeed:
Arkansas Judge Strikes Down State Ban On Same-Sex Marriage
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Paul Diverges From His Party Over Voter ID  —  MEMPHIS — Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky broke Friday with fellow Republicans who have pushed for stricter voting laws as a way to crack down on fraud at the polls, saying that the focus on such measures alienates and insults African-Americans and hurts the party.
Jonathan Martin / New York Times:
Republicans Tighten Grip on Debates in 2016 Race  —  MEMPHIS — The Republican National Committee moved Friday to seize control of the presidential primary debates in 2016, another step in a coordinated effort by the party establishment to reshape the nominating process.
Michael Sneed / Chicago Sun Times:
There are rumblings Bill Clinton may apologize to wife, Lewinsky  —  The Lewinsky affair . . .  Is Bubba about to blubber?  —  Sneed hears rumbles former President Bill Clinton, who lied about his affair with White House intern Monica “That Woman” Lewinsky, may opt to publicly apologize …
Randy Holmes / Toronto Star:
Rob Ford: One wild night in March  —  Fresh from Hollywood, two months before rehab, Rob Ford and his felon pals hook up again for drink, drugs and astonishing invective  —  Mayor Rob Ford, left, receives gentle treatment from host Jimmy Kimmel during a March 3 appearance on the comedian's late-night talk show.
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Tina Brown / The Daily Beast:
How Monica Lewinsky Changed the Media  —  Monica Lewinsky's ‘Vanity Fair’ article reluctantly plunges us straight back into the frothing world of '90s gossip.  It may be painful but it answers so many questions about today's media.  —  The Monica Lewinsky confessional in Vanity Fair brings …
Discussion: Instapundit and Althouse
Doug Stanglin / USA Today:
Man on TV dating show reveals killing first wife, lover  —  A 62-year-old man looking for a wife on a TV dating show stunned the host and studio audience by revealing that he had murdered his first wife and later killed a lover with an ax during an argument.
David Brooks / New York Times:
The Real Africa  —  In 2005, Binyavanga Wainaina published a brilliantly sarcastic essay in Granta called “How to Write About Africa,” advising people on how to sound spiritual and compassionate while writing a book about the continent.  —  “Always use the word ‘Africa’ or ‘Darkness’ or ‘Safari’ in your title,” Wainaina advised.
Conyers' next step may be write-in effort after Wayne Co. says he's short signatures  —  Detroit — U.S. Rep John Conyers is preparing his next steps, including a possible write-in candidacy, after a Wayne County report found he is more than 400 signatures short of the required signatures to stay on the Aug. 5 primary ballot.
Discussion: The Daily Beast and Politico
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Brendan Nyhan / New York Times:
Forget Benghazi. Clinton's Real Problem Is Obama Fatigue.
Discussion: The Dish
Nicole Winfield / Associated Press:
Greg Bluestein / Political Insider blog:
AJC Poll: Carter in tight race with Deal, Nunn leading GOP Senate contenders
Jack Nicas / Wall Street Journal:
FAA: U.S. Airliner Nearly Collided With Drone in March
Alexander C. Kaufman / The Huffington Post:
Robert Reich Trashes White House ‘Numbskull’ For Walmart Event
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Byron Tau / Politico:
John Mica, fake joint roll into pot hearing
Discussion: The Week, Washington Post and Althouse
Michael Warren / Weekly Standard:
Al Franken Is Super Serious
David Streitfeld / New York Times:
Hachette Says Amazon Is Delaying Delivery of Some Books