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$286b transportation bill, which funds a record 6,371 pet projects, marks a "significant shift from Bush's once-uncompromising stand on earmarks." [WP, NYT, USAT]


NARAL's anti-Roberts advertisement sparks backlash; Annenberg study concludes "the ad is false" and "uses the classic tactic of guilt by association." [NYT]

9/11 Commission was notified of military intelligence about the hijackers; Weldon says the panel's "refusal to investigate. . . is evocative of the worst tendencies in the federal government that the commission worked to expose." [NYT]

Roberts advised O'Connor to be evasive at her confirmation hearings, suggesting he will duck questions about his opinions on specific cases. [WP]

Specter supports administration's position on Roberts' memos. [NYT, WSJ]

Protesters set to join Sheehan; Rice, Rumself plan to visit ranch today. [USAT]

Roberts was critical of "new right" movement in the 1980s. [WT]

Still unclear: who sent Joe Wilson packing to Niger? [WP]

States are standing up for their Air National Guard bases. [NYT]

Pirro officially launches campaign in New York senate race: "I'm Republican red on fiscal policy with conservative beliefs on making tax cuts permanent, but I've got broad blue stripes on social issues that don't change based on the office I run for." [WP, NYT]

Pirro must increase name recognition. [NYT]

Republicans are more likely to go for professional degrees, argues White House deputy director of public liaison. [WP]

Several Republican governors are attempting to loosen organized labor's grip on public employees. [WSJ]

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Cripes the News has been awful lately! And so Yr Editrix suggested we find some good, positive news. Especially after we pitched writing a Wonket about this Mother Jones story on how global warming may be killing the whales, even though Donald Trump knows their prince. (Reply: "Nope. FOR SURE NOT THAT.") And so, as a reminder that a gooder world is possible and apropos of nothing at all that definitely didn't set your Editrix off on Twitter, where she has been stewing and bitching most shrillfully about the 2016 election and the 2020 election and any terrible similarities thereof and thereupon and therefore and thereto, we present a collection of videos of Elizabeth Warren yelling at big banks and calling for them to be broken up and their criminal operators to go to jail. Puppies and kittens will only get you so far, after all.

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