The Note's Must-Reads

2008: Republicans: Giuliani:

Time's David Von Drehle: "Will Rudy's Get-Tough Image Backfire?" LINK

Des Moines Register's "Giuliani says he'd shrink federal workforce" LINK

Bloomberg's Catherine Dodge and Henry Goldman: "Giuliani, Once a White-Collar Crime Fighter, Courts Wall Street" LINK

2008: Republicans: McCain:

Boston Globe's Scot Lehigh: "McCain vs. Biden" LINK

Michael Gerson in the Washington Post: "Courage at a Cost" LINK

2008: Republicans: Romney:

Boston Globe's Stephanie Ebbert and Scott Helman: "Romney aide is the focus of probe" LINK

Associated Press: "Romney calls for a new strategy on terror" LINK

Denver Post's Karen E. Crummy: "Romney cites U.S. strengths" LINK

Boston Globe columnist Wayne Woodlief: "False advertising can't sell Romney: Voters shopping for core values" LINK

2008: Bloomberg?

New York Sun's Gary Shapiro: "Bloomberg Could Win, Experts Say" LINK

New York Daily News' David Saltonstal: "Hit by a bloom-in' earthquake" LINK

2008: Democrats: Clinton:

Los Angeles Times' Rosa Brooks: "Hillary's tone-deaf campaign" LINK

Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan: "What's Not to Like: The soft side, and the underside, of Hillary Clinton's campaign" LINK

New York Post's Kenneth Lovett: "'SILVIO' PASSED ON HILLARY AD" LINK

2008: Democrats: Obama:

Chicago Sun-Times Susan Hogan: "Obama's liberal church under the microscope" LINK

New York Daily News' Helen Kennedy: "Obama breaks bread with $25 Bronx donor" LINK

Associated Press' Alan Fram: "Achievers' support not enough for Obama" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Dan Morain: "Calif. backers start PAC for Obama" LINK

2008: Democrats: Edwards:

New York Times' Leslie Wayne: "In Aiding Poor, Edwards Built Bridge to 2008" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "Edwards predicting big second-quarter drop-off" LINK

ABC News' Raelyn Johnson and Eloise Harper: "Kids Say The Darndest Things" LINK

2008: Democrats: Biden:

ABC News' Teddy Davis: "Dem Troubles Stem from Overpromising on Iraq" LINK

2008: Democrats: Gore?

The Hill's Alexander Bolton: "Gore's 2000 team stays on sidelines" LINK

2008: Nader?

New York Times' Katharine Seelye: "Nader Weighs Another Run for President" LINK

2008: Left & Right:

Washington Post's E. J. Dionne Jr.: "'The Left' Moves Front and Center" LINK

Washington Times' Ralph Z. Hallow: "Right seeks next wave of leaders" LINK

2008: Congress:

Los Angeles Times' Don Frederick: "Renegade Joe" LINK

Fired U.S. Attorneys:

ABC News' Patrick O'Connor: "Partisan bickering erupts over website" LINK

Washington Post's Amy Goldstein and Dan Eggen: "Senators Deride Justice Reassignments" LINK

Guantanamo Bay:

Washington Post's Josh White and Robin Wright: "Guantanamo Splits Administration" LINK


Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "Grassley admits amnesty mistake" LINK

Houston Chronicle's Michelle Mittelstadt: "Hutchison to vote against reviving stalled immigration bill" LINK

Bush Administration:

The Hill's Susan Crabtree: "White House contempt" LINK

Newsweek's Marcus Mabry: "How Low Can He Go?" LINK

New York Sun's Josh Gerstein: "Cheney Refused an Inspection for Security" LINK


Politico's John Bresnahan: "McHenry pushes $129K earmark for X-mas tree foundation" LINK

ABC News' Matthew Jaffe: "Seersucker-Suited Senators Dress for Success" LINK

Wall Street Journal's Sarah Lueck, Jesse Drucker and Brody Mullins: "Congress Hunts For Tax Targets Among the Rich" LINK


ABC News' Molly Frances Norris and Tara Woodside: "'Sicko' Raises Hope for a Cure" LINK

Washington Post: "Moore Says Weinstein Wanted Clinton Scene Cut" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar: "'Sicko' leaves top Democrats ill at ease" LINK

Washington Post's Mary Ann Akers: "Michael Moore's Sicko So Meano To Hillary" LINK

USA Today's Anthony Breznican: "Michael Moore is toning down his act. Will his critics buy it?" LINK