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You had your turn, and now you’re gonna learn:

— Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood denounces planned Beyoncé show as “insolent sex party.”

— Home buyer’s tax credit subsidizes sprawl and environmental devastation.

— It’s difficult to implement public-private mass transit partnerships under American rules.

— Spencer Ackerman, future Secretary of State?

— MoveOn raises $3.5 million to finance primary challenges to health reform opponents.

— Tuesday’s election results probably have no predictive power for 2010, but if they predict anything it’s Democratic gains.

In honor of the Brotherhood, here’s Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies”.

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