The Note's Must-Reads


2008: Republicans: Thompson:

ABC News' Christine Byun: "Thompson Takes the Plunge" LINK

New York Times' Susan Saulny: "Thompson Enters Race From 'Tonight Show' Couch" LINK

Washington Post's Dan Balz and Michael D. Shear: "Fred Thompson Makes A Late-Night Late Entry" LINK

Wall Street Journal's Amy Schatz: "Enter Thompson, Stage Right" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Joe Mathews: "Fred Thompson was boosted by first in-laws" LINK

Politico's Mike Allen: "Fred Thompson finally announces run" LINK

Boston Globe's Michael Kranish: "Thompson gambles on unusual strategy" LINK

Union Leader's Russ Choma: "Thompson conspicuous by his absence" LINK

New York Post's Charles Hurt and Carl Capanile: "Fred Foes Roar" LINK

Bloomberg's Kim Chipman and Kristin Jensen: "Thompson Makes Like Reagan to Fuel Republican '08 Bid" LINK

2008: Republicans Debate:

ABC News' Karen Travers: "GOP Candidates Take on the Elephant Not in the Room" LINK

Associated Press' Libby Quaid: "Republicans, Paul Clash Over Iraq War" LINK

Wall Street Journal's Marv Jacoby: "Republican Hopefuls Echo Nation's Split Over Iraq" LINK

New York Sun's Russell Berman: "Thompson Looms Over GOP Debate" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Michael Finnegan and Mark Z. Barabak: "Thompson's shadow hangs over GOP debate" LINK

Chicago Tribune's Mike Dorning and Christi Parsons: "GOP candidates debate Iraq and needle Fred Thompson" LINK

Des Moines Register's David Yepsen: "McCain and Huckabee: NH Debate Winners" LINK

Politico's Jonathan Martin: "Tough questions keep candidates on toes" LINK

Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "Thompson hovers over debate" LINK

Boston Globe's Lisa Wangsness: "GOP candidates spar in N.H." LINK

Concord Monitor's Lauren R. Dorgan: "GOP candidates take on Thompson, Iraq" LINK

Union Leader's Clynton Namuo: "GOP candidates spar on illegal immigration, family values" LINK


USA Today's Jill Lawrence: "For next president, USA likely to call on lawyer" LINK

2008: Republicans: Giuliani:

Chicago Tribune's James Oliphant: "Giuliani hitches star to conservative legal group" LINK

2008: Republicans: Romney:

The Hill's Ian Swanson and Alexander Bolton: "Romney benefits from ties to eBay president" LINK

Detroit Free Press' Todd Spangler: "Romney surges to big lead in poll of Republicans in Michigan" LINK

2008: Republicans: McCain:

ABC News' Bret Hovell and Sunlen Miller: "The Campaign Goes On, Even With Crutches" LINK

2008: Democrats: Clinton:

David Broder: "The Making of the Front-Runner" LINK

ABC News' Eloise Harper: "Clinton Courts Women in Philly" LINK

New York Times' Leslie Wayne and Carolyn Marshall: "Clinton Donor Fails to Appear In Court Again" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Dan Morain, Chuck Neubauer and Robin Fields: "Democratic donor skips day in court" LINK

Chicago Tribune's John Kass: "Bill charms media off Hill's problems" LINK

Boston Globe's Joanna Weiss: "Funny times for the Clintons" LINK

2008: Democrats: Obama:

ABC News' Jonathan Greenberger: "For Obama, It's Now or Never" LINK

Boston Phoenix's Steven Stark: "The power of speech: Obama can talk his way to the presidency" LINK


2008: Democrats: Richardson:

Politico's Gebe Martinez: "Richardson makes appeal to Latino voters" LINK

2008: Democrats: Biden:

Chicago Tribune's Steve Chapman: "Joe Biden keeps talking for a purpose" LINK

2008: Early States:

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