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11:40 AM ET, November 2, 2015


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David Weigel / Washington Post:
Read the letter that Ben Ginsberg drafted for the GOP summit  —  At the start of a meeting Sunday night between 12 of the 14 leading Republican presidential campaigns, GOP lawyer and dealmaker Ben Ginsberg distributed a draft of a letter that could be sent to any media sponsor.
David Weigel / Washington Post:
GOP contenders demand greater control over crucial debates  —  Several Republican presidential campaigns began mapping out new demands Sunday for greater control over the format and content of primary debates, which have attracted big audiences and become strategically critical for the 2016 cycle's expansive field of contenders.
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Morning Plum: Republicans shoot themselves in foot with Latinos, again  —  Republicans are pulling out of their only scheduled debate that would be aired on a Spanish-language TV network.  So Democrats may respond by holding a second gathering aired on one.
Michael Falcone / ABC News:
Discussion: Raw Story, Mother Jones and The Week
Ben Kamisar / The Hill:
GOP assigns staffer to handle debates, networks
Mike Allen / Politico:
RNC seeks to blunt revolt on debates
Discussion: news and NPR
Ashley Parker / New York Times:
Republican Campaigns Meet in an Effort to Alter Debates
Katherine Faulders / ABC News:
GOP Presidential Campaigns Meet to Shake Up Primary Debate Process
Candace Smith / ABC News:
Jeb Bush Hopes for Reset With ‘Jeb Can Fix It’ Tour  —  Jeb Bush launches his “Jeb Can Fix It” tour today.  —  The embattled GOP presidential candidate is beginning the tour in his home state of Florida, traversing the state with three events in three different cities.
Marc Caputo / Politico:
Florida poll shows Trump in front, with Bush's help  —  MIAMI — Donald Trump remains the clear frontrunner in Florida and, a new poll of likely Republican voters shows, he can partly thank the unlikeliest of people for that: Jeb Bush.  —  With the former Florida governor in the crowded primary …
Juan Williams / The Hill:   GOP hurts itself with Medicare attacks
Peter Schorsch / Florida Politics:
Richard Corcoran, former Marco Rubio chief of staff, endorses Jeb Bush for president
John Hinderaker / Power Line:
It's Time For Jeb To Go  —  Until now, I have taken a benign view …
Discussion: Washington Post and Progress Pond
Ben Smith / BuzzFeed:   What Changed While Jeb Was Gone
Bradford Richardson / The Hill:   Ex-Bush family advisor ‘flummoxed’ by Jeb's debate performance
NBC News:
Meet the Press Transcript - November 1, 2015
Discussion: Washington Post and Althouse
Former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson dies at 73  —  Fred Thompson, a former U.S. senator for Tennessee, GOP presidential candidate, Watergate attorney and longtime “Law and Order” star, has died.  —  Mr. Thompson, 73, died on Sunday from after a recurrence of lymphoma, according to a statement issued from the Thompson family.
Liam Stack / New York Times:
Fred Thompson, Former Senator, Actor and Presidential Candidate, Dies at 73
Brian Faler / Politico:
Ryan's move could be big boost for tax reform  —  Paul Ryan's rise to House speaker is fanning hopes that a once-in-a-generation tax overhaul might be on the horizon.  —  The Wisconsin Republican who claimed the gavel last week is one of Congress' preeminent tax experts …
Discussion: Balloon Juice and Political Wire
Jake Sherman / Politico:
Ryan hires 8 communications staffers
Anita Bennett / The Wrap:
Quentin Tarantino Expected to Apologize for Police Brutality Comments (Exclusive)  —  Director is planning to break his silence after the controversial remarks, but Jamie Foxx tells Tarantino to “keep telling the truth”  —  After a week of silence and rising police outrage …
Kathianne Boniello / New York Post:
Tarantino rallies against cops, but his own cousin nearly died in line of duty
Discussion: Truth Revolt and Daily Mail
Chicago Tribune:
Family of man shot by customer with concealed carry license: 'Something doesn't seem right'  —  The stepson of a 55-year-old suspected robber shot dead Saturday night at a Southwest Side store by a customer with a concealed carry license expressed anger, frustration and doubt about the incident Sunday.
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Partisan Growth Gaps  —  Last week The Wall Street Journal published an op-ed article by Carly Fiorina titled “Hillary Clinton Flunks Economics,” ridiculing Mrs. Clinton's assertions that the U.S. economy does better under Democrats.  “America,” declared Ms. Fiorina, “needs someone …
Discussion: Washington Post and NPR
Andy Puzder / Wall Street Journal:
The Slow-Motion Implosion of ObamaCare  —  I see firsthand in my company why not enough people are signing up and premiums are rising.  —  Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced recently that she expects 10 million people to be enrolled in health-care coverage through …
Discussion: Chicago Boyz
Kyle Smith / New York Post:
Bacon causes cancer?  When pigs fly!  —  Halloween week kicked off with big scary news from the World Health Organization: Processed meat is now in the same category of carcinogens as cigarettes . . .  . . . and sunshine.  —  The new WHO study (actually from a subsidiary …
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Wolfgang Münchau / Financial Times:
Enlargement and the euro are two big mistakes that ruined Europe
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Daily Mail:
Islamist extremists are extorting ‘infidel tax’ from fellow prisoners in some of Britain's toughest jails
Discussion: Pamela Geller and Jihad Watch
New York Times:
On Ballot, Ohio Grapples With Specter of Marijuana Monopoly
Washington Post:
Russian airline official rules out technical error as cause of crash
Ransdell Pierson / Reuters:
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Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
Cruz's silent super PACs a growing worry for campaign
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Jazz Shaw / Hot Air:
Clinton campaign attorney represented voting group now charged with registering dead people
Discussion: RedState
Girls must choose career or motherhood, says top head
Discussion: Guardian and Daily Mail
New York Times:
In Arbitration, a ‘Privatization of the Justice System’
Discussion: Hullabaloo and Instapundit
Micah Morrison / New York Post:
Hillary Clinton's rogue agenda: Why Sid Blumenthal matters
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Harold Meyerson / American Prospect:
The Democrats in Opposition  —  They can become the party of working Americans and win.
Discussion: Slantpoint