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8:35 AM ET, September 8, 2014

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John Hinderaker / Power Line:
Obama Goes on Meet the Press, Reality Fails to Intrude  —  President Obama appeared on Meet the Press this morning with new host Chuck Todd.  The conversation focused primarily on ISIS, Iraq and Syria.  Much could be said about Obama's comments, but what struck me most was how disassociated …
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New York Times:
Destroying ISIS May Take Years, U.S. Officials Say  —  WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is preparing to carry out a phased campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria that may take three years to eventually destroy the terrorist army — requiring a sustained effort that could last until …
Discussion: Weekly Standard, Mediaite and Reuters
Politico:
The threat to American democracy  —  We are at a pivotal moment in American history.  —  Building the United States of America has been long, arduous and rife with setbacks.  But throughout the years, we have undoubtedly moved toward a more inclusive democracy.  We expanded the right to vote.
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David Cole / New York Review of Books:
How Corrupt Are Our Politics?
Discussion: Firedoglake
Kurt Schlichter / Townhall.com:
Liberals Eagerly Put Women At Risk Because Of Politics  —  SHARES  —  I got called “vile” on Twitter the other day, which in itself is nothing new - my fiercely pro-American, pro-freedom, anti-moron agenda is a constant source of outrage for the online world's liberal fascist contingent.
Juan Williams / The Hill:
Johnson ready for clash  —  The big news of the moment is President Obama's decision, revealed Saturday, to delay executive action on immigration reform until after November's midterm elections.  —  But, make no mistake, such action is coming sooner or later.
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
The return of the politics of terror  —  The politics of terrorism have returned with a vengeance for the midterm elections.  —  National security dominated the first election cycles after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, with Democrats fearful of being labeled unpatriotic if they criticized then-President George W. Bush.
Discussion: Hot Air
Kevin Cirilli / The Hill:
Romney: ‘No question’ I would've been a better president than Obama  —  Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney blasted President Obama on Sunday for his response to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), saying there's “no question” he would've been a better president.
Discussion: Politico and National Review
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Tom Raum / Associated Press:
Romney: I Would Have Done a Better Job Than Obama
Discussion: Scared Monkeys
Simone Bridges / Robert Littal Presents …:
Syracuse Soccer Player Calls Classmate “F*ggot N*gger” (Video)  —  Syracuse soccer player Hanna Strong was caught on camera yelling racial and homophobic slurs at one of her classmates.  Strong is a Senior and plays Midfield for The Orange.  The video is quite disturbing.
Washington Post:
How the federal corruption case against the McDonnells came together  —  RICHMOND — On the day after her husband publicly apologized for accepting gifts and loans from a wealthy dietary supplement executive, Maureen McDonnell tearfully summoned her manicurist for a late-night visit to the historic governor's mansion of Virginia.
Danielle Rindler / Washington Post:
Stop and seize  —  Aggressive police take hundreds of millions of dollars from motorists not charged with crimes  —  After the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the government called on police to become the eyes and ears of homeland security on America's highways.
TMZ.com:
Ray Rice — ELEVATOR KNOCKOUT ... Fiancee Takes Crushing Punch (Video)  —  ELEVATOR KNOCKOUT  —  Fiancee Takes Crushing Punch (Video)  —  EXCLUSIVE  —  This is what a two game suspension looks like — Ray Rice delivering a vicious punch to his fiancee's face, knocking her out cold ... and TMZ Sports has the shocking video.
Kenneth Lovett / NY Daily News:
Detective hired by Assembly Republicans placed GPS on Long Island Assemblyman's car for two months  —  Investigator Adam Rosenblatt said he was hired in March by James Walsh, an attorney for the Assembly Republican Campaign Committee, to find out where Assemblyman Edward Hennessey (D-Suffolk) …
Discussion: Booman Tribune
David Remnick / New Yorker:
World-Weary  —  Even the most forgiving judge of Barack Obama, one willing to overlook his preference for chipping onto the sunlit greens of Martha's Vineyard rather than brooding in the fluorescent glare of the Situation Room, must admit that the President has sometimes been a thick-tongued steward of his own foreign policy.
Charles M. Blow / New York Times:
Crime, Bias and Statistics  —  Discussions of the relationship between blacks and the criminal justice system in this country too often grind to a halt as people slink down into their silos and arm themselves with their best rhetorical weapons — racial bias on one side and statistics in which minorities …
Discussion: Daily Kos and Guardian
 
 
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Albert R. Hunt / Bloomberg View:
Could Jim Webb Mount Credible Challenge to Clinton?
Discussion: VodkaPundit
Chris Johnson / Washington Blade:
The evolution of Judge Posner on marriage equality
Discussion: Washington Post
Sen. Mitch McConnell / Politico:
The Democrats' Assault on Free Speech
Nate Cohn / New York Times:
Why Democrats Can't Win the House
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William A. Jacobson / Le·gal In·sur·rec· tion:
Pray for Mandy Nagy
David Nakamura / Washington Post:
Obama on golfing optics: Part of my job is ‘theater’
Discussion: Mediaite and Weekly Standard