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North Korea: 2 US Journalists Pardoned Associated Press | Did Clinton really "apologize" on behalf of the imprisoned women?
Persistent ‘Birthers’ Fringe Disorients Strategists New York Times | This is how the MSM reports on the "birther" story -- as a distraction.
Nate Silver to Republicans: Raise Taxes Esquire | Silver argues the GOP should seize on the deficit as an issue by proposing that which they despise.
Blank Canvass Slate | It's difficult for Obama to "sell his health-care plan," given that he doesn't really have one yet.
White House Counsel's Job at Stake Wall Street Journal | WH keeps dismissing Craig stories as "rumors." We'll see.
Bill Clinton in North Korea to Win Reporters' Release Reuters | How much negotiating authority does the ex-president have?
Obama Administration Weighs in on State Secrets, Raising Concern on the Left New York Times | Another Obama administration DOJ legal argument that sounds a lot like the Bush DOJ.
Where's Dave Chappelle When You Need Him? Esquire | Stephen Marche worries that African-Americans' role in popular culture is diminishing during the Obama era.

By Ben Pershing  |  August 4, 2009; 4:51 PM ET
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