Monday, June 10, 2013
Good morning, 2016!
a. "Rand Paul's tough NSA moment." -- Maggie Haberman and Alexander Burns, Politico.
b. "Paul walks fine line on NSA snooping." -- Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill.
c. "Rand Paul: NSA monitoring an 'extraordinary invasion of privacy'." -- Jonathan Topaz, Politico.
d. "Rand Paul: 'We'll challenge the NSA at the Supreme Court level'." -- Paul Szoldra, Business Insider.
e. "Rand Paul says he's key to uniting Senate, House on immigration." -- Megan Wilson, The Hill.
f. "McCain: Boston bombings proved Rand Paul wrong." -- Aaron Blake, Washington Post.
g. "Rand Paul and the rise of the libertarian Republican." -- Chris Cillizza, Aaron Blake, Washington Post.
h. "Rand Paul to promote charter schools in Philadelphia." -- Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner.
i. "McConnell, Paul vow to carry on fight for legalizing hemp." -- WKU public radio.
a. "Lawsuit challenges Chris Christie election decision." -- John Celock, Huffington Post.
b. "Chris Christie is smarter than you." -- Benjamin Brophy, Amerian Spectator.
c. "It was the Democrats, not Chris Christie, who made the big mistake on that special election." -- Paul Mulshine, Star-Ledger.
d. "For Christie, long-term benefits trump GOP gripes." -- Ken Thomas, Associated Press.
e. "Christie, Paul offer models for how GOP can compete in blue states." -- Dan Balz, Washington Post.
a. "Marco Rubio more upbeat on immigration bill." -- Seung Min Kim, Politico.
b. "Marco Rubio: God's will be done on immigration reform." -- Charlie Spiering, Washington Examiner.
c. "New Hampshire GOP chairmen: Republicans should back immigration bill." -- Seth McLaughlin, Washington Times.
d. "Marco Rubio suggests NSA surveillance programs likely here to stay." -- Paige Lavender, Huffington Post.
e. "Rubio to continue 'dancing with the one that brung him'." -- Paul Mirengoff, Powerline.
f. "It's zero hour for Senate immigration bill." -- Caitlin Huey-Burns, Real Clear Politics.
a. "Paul Ryan meets with Romney donors: 'Bow and arrow or shotgun'?" -- Maeve Reston, LA Times.
b. "GOP hopefuls court donors at Romney event." -- Jason Horowitz, Washington Post.
a. "Tammy Baldwin fires up Wisconsin Dems at convention." -- Todd Richmond, AP.
b. "Democrats take sharp aim at Scott Walker at annual convention." -- Don Walker, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
c. "Kind says no run for Wisconsin governor." -- Madison.com.
a. "Ayotte will support 'Gang of Eight' immigration bill." -- Arlette Saenz, ABC News.
b. "Ayotte support for immigration bill could assure filibuster-proof majority." -- Bill Smith, New Hampshire Union Leader.
c. "Another Schumer Republican who lied to get elected." -- Daniel Horowitz, Red State.
d. "On guns and more, Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire backs GOP leaders as party profile grows." -- The AP.
e. "Ayotte: Legislation likely in military sexual assault scandal." -- Sandy Fitzgerald, Newsmax.
a. "Ted Cruz: Obama biggest obstacle to immigration reform, calls himself a 'proud wacko bird'." -- Jeff Zeleny, Richard Coolidge, and Jordyn Phelps, ABC.
b. "Father of Ted Cruz addresses Parker County Republican party." -- Brian Smith, Weatherford Democrat.
a. "Martinez: King right on same-sex marriage ruling." -- The AP.
b. "Susana Martinez glad Whole Foods reviewing language policy after workers were suspended." -- Russell Contreras, AP.
a. "Ohio governor [John Kasich] trying again on fracking tax." -- Joe Vardon, Columbus Dispatch.
b. "Governor Jindal shares his thoughts on 2013 session." -- Bobby Jindal, KNOE.
c. "Conservatives helped derail Nikki Haley on ethics." -- Tim Smith, Greenville Online.
a. Gallup poll: "Hillary Clinton favorability slips slightly." -- Andrew Dugan, Gallup polling.
a. "VP tag team: Joe Biden, Al Gore to raise money for Democrat running in Massachusetts Senate race." -- The AP.
b. "Joe Biden's free-trade epiphany." -- Mary Anastasia O'Grady, Wall Street Journal.
a. "Norcross backs Booker for Senate." -- Matt Katz, Philadelphia Inquirer.
b. "Newark mayor Booker formally joins NJ Senate race." -- Angela Delli Santi, Associated Press.
c. "Newark Mayor Cory Booker vows to put party politics aside in Senate race." -- Melissa Hayes and Michael Linhorst." -- NorthNewJersey.com.
d. "Senate candidate Booker vows to fight for equality at Maplewood gay pride festival." -- Steve Strunksky, Star-Ledger.
e. "Zuckerberg plans fundraiser for Cory Booker." -- Elise Young, Bloomberg.
f. "Booker already target of national Republicans'." -- Jarrett Renshaw, Star-Ledger.
g. "The plan to take down Cory Booker." -- Ruby Cramer, BuzzFeed.
a. "Governor Cuomo fights for women." -- New York Times editorial board.
b. "NYC Gov. Andrew Cuomo is growing sick of Sheldon Silver: Insiders." -- Kenneth Lovett, NY Daily News.
c. "Pelosi backs Cuomo's women's agenda." -- Reid Pillifant, Capital New York.
d. "NY Gov. Cuomo likely to make changes to women's agenda." -- Jessica Bakeman, Press & Sun Bulletin.
e. "Cuomo aide emerges into public eye." -- Erica Orden, Wall Street Journal.
a. "Kirsten's war." -- James Warren, New York Daily News.
b. "Gillibrand, Speier push for sexual assault legislation." -- Jonathan Topaz, Politico.
c. "Gillibrand continues push to end 'corrosive' era of abuse within military." -- CBS New York.
d. "Gillibrand's questionable sexual-assault proposal." -- Betsy Woodruff, National Review.
e. "Gillibrand calls for openness on PRISM program." -- Mark Phillips, WBFO.
f. "Environmentalists praise Gillibrand's bill to stop invasive species." -- Watertown Daily Times.
a. "Sen. Warren: Congress must block student rate hike." -- The AP.
Days that Hillary Clinton has FROZEN THE FIELD: 216.
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