Mon 8/3 Roundup: Health Care in the Streets, Green Tech, Power of the Hunch

- Everyone's getting ready for the health care debate to leave DC and go to the streets.

- Jon Cohn says the debate will be won or lost in August.

- An NYT editorial on Friday took on the injustice of the Bush-era immigration detention centers that still exist.

- The WaPo reported on warrantless ICE raids of private homes in search of individual undocumented immigrants.

- Obama is considering transferring some Guantanamo detainees to another facility within the purview of US law.

- The second part of Dan Balz and Haynes Johnson's series on the 2008 election came out today.  This episode focuses on McCain's choice of Sarah Palin.

- John Doerr and Jeff Immelt see a "competitivity crisis" in America, particularly on green tech.

- The Obama squad hit the Sunday shows, identifying signs of recovery but seeing a long road ahead.

- The military is researching the power of the hunch in finding IEDs.

- India has no intention of making commitments to cut emissions in the next ten years.

- Six Americans and three allied troops were killed in Afghanistan over the weekend.

- Mexico is considering decriminalizing posession of small amounts of narcotics.

- John McCain sees the GOPs deficit with Hispanics as a problem.  Good on him: