Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Good morning, 2016!
It's never too soon to be too soon about the 2016 race.
a. "Paul Ryan steps into immigration fray." -- Jake Sherman, Politico.
b. "Rand Paul tries to transform a moment into a movement." -- Monica Langley, The Wall Street Journal.
c. "Sen. Rand Paul: On his gun votes." -- Rand Paul, Louisville Courier-Journal.
d. "How Marco Rubio seeks to cure an old, horrible, secret immigration deal." -- Ralph Benko, Forbes.
e. "Marco Rubio's leftist talking points on immigration and slavery." -- Conn Carroll, Washington Examiner.
f. "Rubio on defense about immigration reform bill." -- Chris Moody, Yahoo.
g. Huntsman on 2016: "I don't love the country any less now than I did when I ran."
h. "The end of Marco Rubio's ambitions?" -- Matt Lewis, The Daily Caller.
i. "Immigration bill sprinkled with pet projects." -- The Wall Street Journal.
j. "Christie to attend Bush library dedication in Dallas." -- Jenna Portnoy, The Star Ledger.
k. "Chris Christie gets a taste of the tough politics of gun control." -- Ruby Cramer, BuzzFeed.
l. "Anheuser Busch, Dick Clark Productions among Christie contributor." -- Heather Haddon, The Wall Street Journal.
m. "Ohio's tax tussle: Republican Gov. John Kasich gets pushback from his caucus." -- Stephen Moore, The Wall Street Journal.
n. "Governor Scott Walker touts Milwaukee, Harley in China." -- John Schmid, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
o. "Cruz takes spotlight in immigration debate." -- Paul Steinhauser, CNN.
a. Martin O'Malley "praises Israel's counter-terrorism." -- Gil Hoffman, The Jerusalem Post.
b. How well do you know Elizabeth Warren?
c. "Gillibrand touts Obama dinner with women Sens." -- Dan Friedman, The New York Daily News.
d. "Immigration reform could be bonanza for Democrats." -- Emily Schultheis, Politico.
e. "Cuomo appoints Madoff lawyer to NY ethics board." -- Michael Gormley, The AP.
f. "Colorado House passes final two gun bills, sends one to Hickenlooper." -- Lynn Bartels, The
g. "Siena poll: Cuomo's favorable rating and support for reelection drops again." -- Robert Harding, The Auburn Pub.
h. "Gov. Cuomo ready to work with NY's troubled cities." -- Michael Gormley, The AP.
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