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Dede Scozzafava spends more time with her family.

The White House (gleefully) gets crushed.

Justin Elliott uncovers a shady anti-financial-reform group -- which, if you Google around, had been trying to get liberal netroots types on board.

Marcia Smilak goes after Sarah Palin.

Charles Djou waves.

Gabriel Winant takes on Frank Luntz.

Benjy Sarlin finds tea partiers scratching their tricorn-clad heads over financial reform.

Media Matters scores a fun little hit on Fox News personalities who give to Republicans -- although the fact that Mike Huckabee does this is not hugely surprising.

I mostly ignored the Sue Lowden mess today, but in her honor:

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By David Weigel  |  April 21, 2010; 7:00 PM ET
 | Tags: Dede Scozzafava, Fox News, Fox News Channel, Mike Huckabee, Republican, Sue Lowden, United States, White House  
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