Nov 30, 2011

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November 30, 2011

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Morning Joe: Newt's a Flip-Flopper of Romnetic Proportions
LESLIE SAVAN
Why Conservatives Like Newt Gingrich
BEN ADLER | It's more than just their distaste for Mitt Romney. Gingrich appeals to conservatives with his extreme denunciations of liberals.
Turnout High in Egypt's Elections, but Questions About Transition Remain
SHARIF ABDEL KOUDDOUS | In the midst of a complicated election, Egyptians are once again in the streets, protesting military rule and debating what democracy means.
Judge to SEC: Don't Let Wall Street Off the Hook
GEORGE ZORNICK | A federal judge's ruling in an SEC settlement with Citigroup might strengthen regulation of the financial sector.
The Crisis With Pakistan
ROBERT DREYFUSS | The Obama administration's whole Afghan strategy for a drawdown by 2014 is now in deep, deep trouble.

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