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  • Sarah Palin's speech tonight will likely be heavy on policy, short on bio. [Reuters]
  • Palin was elected mayor of Wasilla, Alaska on a platform of wingnuttery and division. [New York Times]
  • John McCain's aides continue to insist that the Alaska governor was properly vetted (about 20 minutes before they announced her selection). [Washington Post]
  • George W. Bush helped restore luster to his presidential legacy and gave John McCain a boost by staying as far away from the St. Paul convention as possible. [Wall Street Journal]
  • North Korea is reportedly reassembling a nuclear reactor. What awful thing will John McCain say about this to bring us to the brink of nuclear war? [Reuters]
  • The government of the Ukraine is collapsing as prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko, the one with the braids, joined forces with opposition groups. [Guardian]
  • And somebody shot at the prime minister of Pakistan's motorcade, but the prime minister was fine because he wasn't in it. [New York Times]
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