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  • In the years since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the West has made a lot of progress in fighting Al Qaeda, says one American news source. [Los Angeles Times]
  • A Canadian news report would politely (it’s Canada, after all!) disagree. Apparently Al Qaeda groups are EVERYWHERE. [Globe and Mail]
  • President Bush has authorized raids inside Pakistan (a Qaeda and Taliban stronghold) that don’t require prior consultation with the Pakistani government. [New York Times]
  • Sarah Palin appeals to young Republicans in part because, in the words of one college sophomore, “She reminds me of my friends.” That sound is your editor’s head banging against her keyboard. [Wall Street Journal]
  • The Pentagon Memorial commemorating the lives of 9/11 victims will be unveiled today. Victims’ families were largely responsible for raising enough money to complete the project. [Washington Post]
  • Charlie Rangel and John Boehner are not getting along so much these days. [The Hill]
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