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Monday Links & Open Thread

Latest cable news links [6:31 pm]:

Friday's numbers.

CNN's delegate counter.

Alan's mailbox.

Video: pantsuit polemic.

Video: The Buzzword Institute.

MSNBC's Rita Cosby?!

FNC's Strategy Room.

Pix: Shep in Texas.

CNN responds to AJC.

FBN tease. It's Bolling.

Video: Geraldo disses Dobbs.

New Red Eye website. Sexist? Marsden's new site. More fallout.

Q&A: Bill Hemmer.

Q&A: Brit Hume.

TV's best political team (via TVN), hottest reality show.

FNC picks OU. Alysin too.

Double standards.

Patti Ann Browne in for Megyn this morning.

The great webstream coverup!

Unraveling the no-spin zone.

Foxy Business (via TVN). Warren Buffet special.

Face it, CNN. Move on, Larry?

MSNBC movin' on up.

Use our valuable bandwidth to post your comments about any and all cable news topics in today's open thread. Standard rules apply.

Oh, snap! Chris Wallace smoked Feinstein on Hillary being ready.
And that story about the "woman need not apply" generation? Ugh, how tired is that? Especially when it is always coming from the richest, most powerful women in the country.
March 3, 2008, 12:18:33 PM EST – Like – Reply

Mike Chimeri
At first, I thought that the guy that "unraveled" the No Spin Zone was a reformed Fox hater. But as I read further, I realized he was unchanged and bashing FNC and BOR.
March 3, 2008, 12:49:35 PM EST – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
That women's angle is interesting because Saturday night on FNC John Kasich predicted that starting Sunday there would be a new theme for the Clinton campaign, exploiting the argument that her opposition is anti-woman, anti-feminist. Based both on that article, and Feinstein's comments on FNS, it ooks like he was right.
March 3, 2008, 1:19:23 PM EST – Like – Reply

I am confused.
At about 11:29 on the video Durbin said, concerning the 3am call and being tested, that at about 2am on oct11 2002 in the Senate they were called to make a vote to authorize the invasion of Iraq. Obama had the judgement to not to go. 
Obama was not in the U.S. Senate. What is Durbin talking about. It appears that he is saying that Obama was in the U.S. Senate at that time and voted against it.
March 3, 2008, 3:17:27 PM EST – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
I've been goofing around with CNN's delegate counter. It's fun to play with.
March 3, 2008, 5:53:13 PM EST – Like – Reply

Mike Chimeri
As I expected, Kirsten Powers and Margaret Hoover were absent from tonight's "Factor." Too bad. I'll miss them sorely. I can still see them (separately) elsewhere on FNC, but unless they're on "Fox News Watch," why bother? "The Factor" is the only show where guests don't have free reign to excessively bloviate and talk over the host or other guest.
March 3, 2008, 10:52:07 PM EST – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
Maybe they'll show up on a different night.
March 3, 2008, 10:53:06 PM EST – Like – Reply

Mike Chimeri
There's a slim possibility of that, but I doubt it.
March 3, 2008, 11:16:28 PM EST – Like – Reply