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U.S. Raids Follow Zarqawi’s Death

American forces carried out almost 40 raids in the wake of the airstrike death of the terrorist leader. But as Truthdig contributor Nir Rosen writes, the absence of Zarqawi is likely to lead to greater sectarian bloodshed in Iraq.
(Also: Zarqawi survived the attack and tried to escape.)

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George Bush Sr.
From Tufts.edu

Sidney Blumenthal: Bush Sr. Tried to Replace Rumsfeld

The former president waged a secret campaign earlier this year to replace the secretary of defense with a retired four-star general, according to Sidney Blumenthal. (Pay wall / ad-watching req’d.)

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John Murtha
From USA Today

Murtha May Run for Majority Leader

Rep. John Murtha, one of the most outspoken antiwar Democrats on the Hill, has told fellow lawmakers that he will run for House majority leader if the Democrats retake the House in November.

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Riviera
From ThinkProgress

Media Descends on YearlyKos

The DailyKos-hosted annual blogger conference, taking place this weekend in Las Vegas, is attracting a gaggle of traditional-media reporters—not to mention politicians, fundraisers and political operatives.

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video game addicts
From the BBC

Detox Center Opening For Video Game Addicts

The center is opening in Amsterdam. Surreally, some players’ withdrawal symptoms include shaking and sweating when they look at a computer console.

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Republicans Kill Ban on Permanent Bases in Iraq

Congressional Republicans killed a provision that would have prohibited the Pentagon from building the bases.

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Glenn Beck
From MediaMatters

CNN Host Compares Gore to Hitler

“Headline News” host Glenn Beck said Al Gore’s story-telling methods in his global warming movie, “An Inconvenient Truth,” were like those of Hitler. “Hitler said a little bit of truth,” Beck said, “and then he mixed in ‘and it’s the Jews’ fault.’ ”

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From mccofnsw.org.au

House Rejects Net Neutrality

The Nation’s John Nichols explains how perilously close the U.S. government is to making a toll road out of the Internet—on which only the rich websites will be able to pay to have their content load move fastest.

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Experts: Zarqawi Death Unlikely to Stop Insurgency

The death of the Al Qaeda leader is likely to downgrade sectarianism in the medium term, an expert on terrorism tells the Washington Post. “But,” he added, “the dynamic of sectarian violence is probably past the point of no return.”

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Faces: from smartmobs.com / NSA seal: from isoc.org

NSA Wants to Mine Data From Social Networking Sites

The National Security Agency is funding research into ways to collect personal information from social networking websites like MySpace and Friendster, according to New Scientist magazine. The agency reportedly aims to combine the information with details from banking, retail and property records, allowing the NSA to build extensive, all-embracing personal profiles of individuals.

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