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Obama Responds to Cyber Threat Financial Times | Just what this administration needed -- another "czar."
Fund-Raising Still Has Its Perks in the Obama Era New York Times | Obama may have ushered in a new era, blah blah blah, but big donors still get picked for ambassadorships.
Feds Issue Subpoenas to Visclosky's Office nwi.com | Visclosky joins John Murtha in hot water over PMA connections.
The General Motors Reorganization and the Federal Government Atlantic | Richard Posner worries that GM will "become a kind of economic Vietnam."
The Bogus Torture Coverup Daily Beast | Another report asserting, contra the White House, that the unreleased torture photographs do include depictions of rape.
Sotomayor’s Sharp Tongue Raises Issue of Temperament New York Times | Can a blunt-speaking, short-tempered New Yorker possibly succeed on the court? Let's ask Scalia what he thinks.
Princeton University Holds the Key to Understanding Sonia Sotomayor Politico | Sotomayor forged much of her identity, views on race in college.
'I've Ended the War on Drugs' National Journal | New drug czar drops the controversial military analogy.
What Will a new GM Look Like? Detroit Free Press | As company heads for bankruptcy, details emerge of its new structure.
Where Does the Hispanic Vote Really Matter? FiveThirtyEight | Counterintuitive piece finds that pushing the Hispanic vote percentages up or down in several different states wouldn't have made much difference in November's outcome.

By Ben Pershing  |  May 29, 2009; 4:25 PM ET
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