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Friday, March 6, 2015

Doyle McManus
Los Angeles Times
If Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu really didn't want his speech on Tuesday to look political, he chose a strange place to deliver it: the U.S. House of Representatives, one of the most politicized places on Earth.
Pete Williams
NBC News
The arrest of a suburban Washington, D.C., teenager allegedly willing to help ISIS appears to be an all too familiar scenario -- a young person radicalized by Internet propaganda.
Amy Walter
The Cook Political Report
Scott Walker in 2015 is a lot like Barack Obama circa 2007; he’s relatively unknown and yet well-known at the same time. Obama’s speech at the DNC in 2004 propelled him to rock-star status among the Democratic faithful, while Walker’s victory over the public sector labor unions in 2011 made him a legend among conservatives. The Wisconsin Governor begins this campaign as a vessel into which voters can pour their hopes and aspirations. The question now is whether the idea of Walker can match up with the reality of Walker.