The Note's Must-Reads

2008: Obama and McCain:

Michael Powell and Michael Cooper: "Obama Assails Remarks by McCain on Offshore Oil Drilling" LINK

Michael Cooper: "No. 1 Faux Pas in Washington? Candor, Perhaps" LINK

Foon Rhee: "Energy war not running out of gas" LINK

Doyle McManus: "Obama holds 12-point lead over McCain, poll finds" LINK

David Jackson: "McCain aides seek undecideds, non-partisans for town halls" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "Obama in the Driver's Seat, but McCain Reads the Map" LINK

The Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "Obama Stands Firm; McCain Rides Wave for Energy Solutions" LINK

2008: Obama:

Jake Tapper: "Obama Asks Top Moneyfolks to Help Clinton Retire Her Debt" LINK

Larry Rohter: "Evangelical Leader Attacks Obama on Religious Views" LINK

Shailagh Murray: "Obama Asks Donors to Help Pay Clinton Debt" LINK

Ben Smith: "Obama: Help with Clinton's debt" LINK

Jonathan Martin: "Obama sought 'ops-intel' briefing" LINK

Steven Waldman: "Survey on Religion Offers Good News for Democrats" LINK

Foon Rhee: "Obama: Umm, I back the Democrat" LINK

Foon Rhee: "Bill Clinton belatedly on board" LINK

The Associated Press': "Stars give Obama $5M at L.A. event" LINK

Kathy Kiely: "Obama aims to wrest West from GOP" LINK

Time Magazine's Jay Newton Small: "Will 'Experience' Hurt Obama?" LINK

The Hill's Bob Cusack: "Defending Obama on Rev. Wright, Pelosi says she has disagreements with her Pastors" LINK

The New York Post's Geoff Earle: " A Dem Unity Party" LINK

The New York Post's Ralph Peters: "Don't Catch-Kill: Obama's 'Try Osama' Error" LINK

2008: McCain:

Juliet Eilperin and Lyndsey Layton: "McCain Has Plan to Make Government More Green" LINK

Jonathan Weisman and Anne E. Kornblut: "McCain Adviser May Have Struck a Nerve" LINK

Elizabeth Holmes: "McCain's Fine Line of Security - Terror Stance Is Favored, But Approach Risks Bush Parallels" LINK

The New York Sun's John Stossel: "McCain's Anti Capitalist Mentality" LINK

2008: Clinton:

Mark Leibovich: "Clinton Returns to the Warm Embrace of Her Day Job" LINK

The Washington Times' S.A. Miller: "Clinton Returns to Senate, Eases Back to Work" LINK

2008: Nader:

Paul Farhi: "Miles to Go - In Ralph Nader's Race for Reform, This Is No Time to Slow Down" LINK

2008: Veepstakes:

The Hill's Mike Soraghan: "Chet Edwards Wouldn't Turn Down a VP Invitation" LINK