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  1. Obama’s 2005 Blog Post on SCOTUS Good Advice for Today’s RepublicansToday’s SCOTUSblog post wasn’t Barack Obama’s first blog post, or even his first blog post on Supreme Court appointments. His 2005 post at Daily Kos when Democrats were fighting over Republican appointments is fascinating reading today. 
  2. media spats
    With Some Jabs at MSNBC, Keith Olbermann’s Countdown Arrives“I got in a little Twitter war with [Scarborough], and I made him cry.”
  3. cable news news
    Keith Olbermann’s Fans Want Him in the SenateObviously!
  4. early and awkward
    Does Alleged Poll Fraud Mean Republicans Aren’t Quite As Scary?Research 2000 is accused of faking polls for Daily Kos. This is a very big deal.
  5. intel
    Wisenheimers, Scary People, and Debate-Team Captains: A Taxonomy of Commenting CommunitiesAn anthropological survey of thirteen strange online cultures.
  6. scary things
    The Ten Most Alarming Things in This Poll of Republican Values and BeliefsWhat the GOP thinks of Obama, gays, and more.
  7. gilli-brand management
    Gillibrand Tangles With Daily Kos Commenters, Considers TwitterThe senator experiences the perils of the Internet comment thread.
  8. head-scratching
    Who Are These People?8 percent of America are fans of Bernie Madoff?
  9. media deathwatch
    Obama or No, the Media Keeps on EvolvingToday we have people getting new jobs, losing old ones, and just plain disappearing.
  10. instant politics
    Markos Moulitsas and Alex Pareene on McCain’s Mysterious Bump, Obama and the Electoral College, and Fetishizing the Undecided VoterToday, Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas and Gawker’s Alex Pareene discuss campaign lies, the movement to declaw the Electoral College, and why you shouldn’t be worried about the polls — yet.