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Nat Brown / National Review:
Houston, We Have a Problem  —  National Review was asked by the RNC to partner in the GOP debates.  We agreed.  Our initial partner was NBC, with whom we were to help moderate the pre-Super Tuesday debate, originally to be held on February 26 in Houston, then suspended by the RNC in retribution …
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Jeet Heer / New Republic:
National Review Fails to Kill Its Monster  —  In “Against Trump,” the conservative magazine can't come to terms with the fact that it is partly responsible for the rise of Donald Trump.  —  National Review is the great intellectual gatekeeper of the American right, a journal of opinion …
Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
National Review aims to take down Trump  —  For months, Republican leaders have worried about how to stop 2016 frontrunner Donald Trump.  Now, one of the conservative movement's most influential publications is taking matters into its own hands.  —  National Review is dedicating a special issue …
Fox News:
RNC Cuts Debate Ties With National Review Over Anti-Trump Issue
Rosie Gray / BuzzFeed:
National Review Disinvited From GOP Debate After Publishing Anti-Trump Issue
Suffolk University:
Suffolk University Poll Shows Sanders Leading Clinton in NH Democratic Primary  —  With the New Hampshire primary three weeks away, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders leads former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by 9 points, according to a Suffolk University poll of likely voters in the Granite State Democratic primary.
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Paul Krugman / New York Times:
How Change Happens  —  There are still quite a few pundits determined to pretend that America's two great parties are symmetric — equally unwilling to face reality, equally pushed into extreme positions by special interests and rabid partisans.  It's nonsense, of course.
Associated Press:
Clinton ups attacks on Sanders in final days of campaign
New York Times:
A G.O.P. Majority in New Hampshire Pipes Up: We're Not for Donald Trump  —  BROOKLINE, N.H. — Jeanne Cleveland, a retired teacher, pursed her lips sourly at the mention of his name and tried to summarize her distaste in diplomatic terms.  —  “I think he's arrogant,” she said.  “I think he's rude.
Discussion: CNN and VICE
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Jessica Hopper / ABC News:
Ted Cruz Says Donald Trump's Immigration Policy Amounts to ‘Amnesty’
Jessica Hopper / Yahoo:
Ted Cruz Says Donald Trump's Immigration Policy Amounts to ‘Amnesty’
Tara Culp-Ressler / ThinkProgress:
Ted Cruz Forgets To Sign Up For Health Insurance, Blames Obamacare  —  GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz says his family is no longer covered by health insurance, and he thinks it's all Obamacare's fault.  —  “I'll tell you, you know who one of those millions of Americans is who's lost their health care because of Obamacare?
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Peter Sullivan / The Hill:   Average ObamaCare premium rises to $408 per month
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Inside the Carson campaign meltdown  —  On Thanksgiving night, Ben Carson sat in a chartered plane on a Baltimore airport tarmac surrounded by his wife and campaign advisers.  The destination: Jordan.  —  A secret mission to the Middle East, his team hoped, would help reestablish …
Discussion: Washington Post and NBC News
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Armstrong Williams / Facebook:
God morning :  —  The unmitigated gall of Barry Bennett …
Discussion: Politico and The Daily Caller
Fred Lucas / TheBlaze.com:
Obama Administration: ‘Possible, If Not Likely,’ That Some of the Billions in Iran Sanctions Relief Will Fund Terrorism  —  Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that some of the $55 billion in sanctions relief for Iran will likely fund acts of terrorism, and the White House later backed him up on that point.
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Jay Solomon / Wall Street Journal:
U.S. Payment of $1.7 Billion to Iran Raises Questions of Ransom
Discussion: Mother Jones and Washington Post
David Mastio / USA Today:
Flint lead crisis getting a tad overdone: David Mastio  —  Before hitting the panic button, remember we are winning the war on lead poisoning  —  Now that the leaching of poisonous lead into the tap water of Flint, Mich., has been declared a national emergency, it might be time to dial back the panic just a notch (or two).
Discussion: Vox, NPR and Raw Story
Ben Child / Guardian:
Oscars 2016: Charlotte Rampling says diversity row is ‘racist to white people’  —  The British actor, who is nominated for the best actress award, says black actors may not have been good enough to make the list of Oscar nominees  —  Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling has claimed the current campaign …
Alexander Burns / New York Times:
In Word and Deed, Christie's Ambitions Shrink at Home Amid White House Bid  —  Gov. Chris Christie's return to New Jersey was swift and efficient: He flew to his home state on Monday night after a campaign trip to Iowa.  The next day, he sliced through a towering pile of legislation awaiting his signature …
Discussion: New Jersey News … and Eschaton
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Boze Herrington / The Atlantic:
The Seven Signs You're in a Cult … November 2, 2012, was a beautiful Friday in Kansas City—clear and cool and sunny.  I had spent the afternoon reading in the library at an unaccredited college affiliated with the International House of Prayer, an evangelical Christian organization commonly referred …
Jen Steer / fox8.com:
Canton boy stuck in toilet while left home alone; Parents charged … CANTON, Ohio- Two people are facing charges after their son became stuck in the toilet while he was left home alone.  —  Canton officers were called to an apartment on Kingston Drive Southeast on Thursday.
Discussion: WTVR-TV
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Jeb Bush Says It's “Not Appropriate” For Palin To Blame Obama For Son's Actions  —  “It's a national tragedy, all of us I think have a responsibility to roll up our sleeves — I don't think blaming the president is appropriate.”  —  Don Emmert / AFP / Getty Images  —  w.soundcloud.com
Tim Carpenter / Topeka Capital-Journal:
Kansas Senate chairman's rules block female witnesses in revealing attire  —  Sen. Mitch Holmes targets mini-skirts, necklines on women; he expects men to be ‘professional’  —  A Senate committee chairman imposed a dress code on Kansans testifying on elections or ethics bills …
Barbara Vitello / Daily Herald:
Disbarred attorney pleads not guilty to 1973 Barrington Township murder  —  A disbarred former Northwest suburban attorney on Friday pleaded not guilty to charges he murdered his wife in 1973, less than a month after their marriage.  —  Donnie Rudd, 73, is accused of murdering 19-year-old …
Discussion: AOL
 
 
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Undocumented immigrants late to know about lead in water, scared to get help
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Daily Mail:
EXCLUSIVE: German government admits it cannot account for 600,000 of its 1.1million asylum seekers …
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Discussion: ThinkProgress and PinkNews
Cory Bennett / The Hill:
Anonymous wants Michigan governor jailed over Flint water crisis
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Washington Post:
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Anna Giaritelli / Washington Examiner:
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