Bush will make aggressive attempts to frame secret NSA activities as a political asset at events this week; the "next few days could prove critical" for both sides. Scott McClellan: "We are stepping up our efforts to educate the American people about this vital tool in the war on terrorism." [NYT, USAT]

Justice Department is accused of conservative bias in voting-rights cases. [WP]

In 2005, Democrats "were more unified than at any time in the past half century"; observers credit Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). [LAT]

Republicans now expect 55-45 vote for Samuel Alito. [WP]

Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.) criticize eavesdropping program. Kerry: "We're prepared to eavesdrop wherever and whenever necessary in order to make America safer. But we need to put a procedure in place to protect the constitutional rights of Americans." [WT, WP]

Ripon Society has become a major "travel agency to lobbyists." [WP]

What will be Alan Greenspan's legacy? [WP]

Jeffery Birnbaum: "If you think lawmakers are about to crack down on lobbyists, think again... don't expect the legislation to transform how Washington works." [WP]

Bush enjoyed his latest read, "Mao: The Unknown Story" -- a gift from Laura. [NYT]

Today is the 33rd annual March for Life. [WT]

Conservative Party victory in race for prime minister of Canada would bring "a warming of relations with Washington." [NYT, USAT]

James Carville and Tim Russert's son will co-host a weekly sports talk show on XM Radio. [NYT]


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