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Jerk or genius, TV’s Stephen Colbert boosts US

Remembering ‘Kvetcher in the Rye’ JD Salinger by Greg Palast

ACORN mounts campaign to ‘sting the stinger’ by Daniel Tencer

Rahm Emanuel will really, really not like hosting this mental disabilities panel

CORPORATE POWER
How corporations secretly move millions to fund political ads by Brad Jacobson

Dems consider constitutional amendment to combat campaign finance decision

ACLU may reverse course on campaign finance limits from NY Sun

The end of the corporate zombie? from Huffington Post

BEHIND THE CONSERVATIVE VEIL
Rumsfeld sent Wall St Journal op-ed dismissing torture allegations to Dubya

Report: SarahPAC spent thousands buying copies of Palin’s ‘Going Rogue’

Insurance companies ‘used Tea Party’ to try and kill bill by Sahil Kapur

Glenn Beck update: The backpedaling begins by Arianna Huffington

MIDDLE EAST POWER STRUGGLES
Obama’s silent war shocks Pakistan from Guardian UK

Onward Christian soldiers, again from Antiwar.com

Raze illegal buildings, unless they are Jewish settlements

Israeli commander: ‘We rewrote the rules of war for Gaza’ from The Independent

BROADCAST POLITICS
FCC gives Native American tribes priority to obtain radio licenses

Obama wants you to create the next YouTube by Megan Tady

Countdown begins for end of Olbermann’s ‘Countdown’

Obama is obligated to sue Rush Limbaugh for demotion from True/Slant

JOURNALISM & PRESS FREEDOM
McChesney & Nichols on ‘Death & Life of American Journalism’ from DN!

Novaya Gazeta, publisher of assassinated journo, site back online after attack

College journalists included in proposed amendment to Maryland shield law

Anti-Govt protest covered by bloggers, ignored by Russian media

THE LATEST WATERGATE
What if the Landrieu phone plot perpetrators were liberal or Muslim?

High jinks to handcuffs for Landrieu provocateur from NY Times

Landrieu phone plot: Men arrested have links to intelligence community

Is this the same Stan Dai arrested for trying to bug Landrieu’s office?

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CINEMA
Wal-Mart, Target put squeeze on Redbox from Business Week

Movie Gallery files bankruptcy, closing 760 stores

Hollywood loses key battle over illegal downloads

Surveying video art and alternative media 1968-1980 from Cineaste

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SF commemorates Israeli siege on Gaza

Commemorating the assault on Gaza one year ago from Electronic Intifada  

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Witness: I saw 2nd man arrested after landing in Detroit from Antiwar Radio  

Confronting liberal objections to left criticism of Obama, Dems from ZNet  

Pioneering newswoman’s obit draws venomous comments from Raw Story  

Civil rights lawyer Jack Daniel passes away at 60 from Fresno Bee  

TECHNOLOGY  

DOJ to take up antitrust review of Comcast-NBC deal by Cecilia Kang

TV Everywhere: Gift to consumers or plot to kill online TV? by Matthew Lasar  

Mother Jones looks at the airport scanner scam by James Ridgeway  

Google’s online store bigger story than Nexus One phone from Ars Technica  

What qualifies as Spotlight story on Google News? from Nieman J- Lab  

2010 ELECTIONS  

Worst GOP cash flow in a decade blamed on Tea Party, Michael Steele, waste  

Senator Chris Dodd and Senator Byron Dorgan will not seek re-election  

Radio host Ed Schultz asked to run for Dorgan’s Senate seat  

The amazing job prospects for Dodd, Dorgan & their staffs from Huffington Post

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Texas peace activists join coalition to aid Gaza

Obama ends secrecy policy, launches ‘declassification center’

Politico reporter slammed as Cheney ‘stenographer’ by Sahil Kapur

TSA intimidates bloggers who published new airport procedures

ACLU opposes use of full-body scanners by TSA

FCC moving toward creation of new network neutrality rules

Huffington Post doubts reports that book sales are not so bad

LISTEN- How Ebooks might change reading and writing from NPR

Dems want concessions for caving on public option by Sam Stein

Jane Hamsher & Howard Dean can’t be wrong, they make Obama moderate

The poetic justice of Dennis Brutus by Amy Goodman

Howard Kurtz looks back at decade in media from WA Post

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Live-blogging Ashura protests in Iran from Daily Nite Owl

Simple fix for the messed up Sunday morning talk shows by Jay Rosen

LOOK- Picturing the past 10 years (cool graphic)

Gazans mark anniversary of Israeli invasion from Al Jazeera

1 year after war, global citizens step up for Gaza by Medea Benjamin

Indie radio station’s power lies with its people from NY Times

AT&T refusal to ship iPhones to NYC doesn’t add up from All Things Digital

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Andy Worthington: The human cost of Guantanamo from Truthout

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Supreme Court tosses out ruling to release torture photos

Spitzer on Democracy Now: Geithner, Bernanke ‘complicit’

Dubya and Blair ‘misled public’ ‘could end up on trial’

New white house press pool rotation sparks debate from Politico

PROTESTS AROUND THE GLOBE

20,000 climate activists march through London

Tens of thousands march against Silvio Berlusconi in Rome

Martial law returns ahead of rebellion in Philippines

Arrests mark Greek riot anniversary

Iran bans foreign media, Cut Tehran web access as student rally nears

Zelaya supporters end 5 months of daily protests in Honduras

Gaza Freedom March less than one month away

U of Wisconsin protesters want Karl Rove on trial

TECHNOLOGY HEADLINES

Ode to books, why e-books will never replace them from Geek Dad

Administration fears public scrutiny would scuttle IP treaty talks

ALA submits comments on FCC broadband plan

PEG channels’ new best friend: Comcast? from Multichannel News

Comcast NBC: Donor interests vs. key Obama principles

Comcast rated 10 on Harold Feld’s association scale

The rise and fall of MySpace from Financial Times

TV exec upset daughter wants no TV at college from Techdirt

The myth of broadband hogs

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Peace activist confronts Israeli PM

Gaza explored from The New Yorker

Berlin Wall 20 years later from NY Times

EFF: Government finally turning over some telecom lobbying docs

6 progressive complaints about House health bill from The Nation

Net neutrality red herrings and how to combat them

Editorial: Who’s afraid of the big, bad Fairness Doctrine?

The Podestas turn change into dollars from HuffPo

Politico’s Ben Smith admits Obama camp fed him Edwards $400 haircut story

Dig trenches for broadband fiber when constructing new roads from The Hill

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Glenn Beck’s hotline to nowhere by Thomas Frank

Pentagon pursuing new investigation into domestic propaganda

Israel preparing public for new Gaza war from Haaretz

State Dept fumbles Blackwater Iraq ouster from Newsweek

Guy Fawkes protesters finally celebrate right way by Allison Kilkenny

Obama’s negotiators collude with big business on copyright treaty

Utility regulators challenge Frontier-Verizon deal

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