Thursday, July 11, 2013

Good morning, 2016!


Hillary Clinton:

a. "Hillary Clinton to address auto dealers 2014 convention." -- David Shepardson, The Detroit News.

b. "Hillary Clinton speaks at private equity event." -- Maggie Haberman, Politico.

c. "Is 'Battleground Texas' a Hillary Clinton vote machine?" -- Wayne Slater, Dallas Morning News.

d. "Is Hillary Clinton peaking too soon?" -- Jill Lawrence, National Journal.

Joe Biden:

a. "Biden: China cybertheft must stop." -- USA Today video.

b. "Biden coming to Rhode Island to honor Nuala Pell." -- The AP.

Elizabeth Warren:

a. "Senate fails to move forward with lower student loan rates." -- Ramsey Cox, The Hill.

b. "Failing grade for Elizabeth Warren." -- Jordan Graham, Boston Herald.

Cory Booker:

a. "Booker reports $4.6 million campaign haul." -- Jonathan Tamari, Philadelphia Inquirer.

b. "On S. Jersey tour, Cory Booker talks technology, jobs." -- Maddie Hanna, Philadelphia Inquirer.

c. "Senate hopefuls are cordial during Newark appearance." -- Michael Linhorstand and Melissa Hayes,

Andrew Cuomo:

a. "100 protesters say No Fracking Way to Governor Cuomo in Ithica."-- Sam Smink, WETM.

b. "Cuomo on Greek yogurt pilot program for schools: 'It is a win-win for the state'." -- Robert Harding, Auburn Citizen.


Marco Rubio:

a. "Immigration bill puts Marco Rubio in hot water with tea party." -- Seth McLaughlin, Washington Times.

b. "Rich Lowry, William Kristol march in 'lox' step." -- Dylan Byers, Politico.

c. "Americans more pro-immigration than in past." -- Lydia Saad, Gallup.

d. "The GOP's pie-in-the-sky plan to win Hispanic votes." -- Joshua Green, Bloomberg.

e. "Marco Rubio: Abortion bill a 'work in progress'." -- Burgess Everett, Politico.

f. "Sen. Rubio's reproval." -- A.B. Stoddard, The Hill.

Chris Christie:

a. "NJ court: Christie can't abolish housing agency." -- Geoff Mulvihill, The AP.

b. "Democratic candidates agree: Christie fumbled foreclosure crisis." -- Joe Tyrell, NJ Spotlight.

c. "N.J. governor OKs letting teens help with rebuilding." -- Bob Jordan and Kristi Funderburk, Asbury Park Press.

Rand Paul:

a. "Rand Paul: President Obama thinks he's above the law." -- interview with Greta Van Susteren.

b. "Rand Paul courts Jewish leaders." -- Alex Pappas, Daily Caller.

c. "Kentucky Democrats broil Mitch McConnell over Rand Paul's 'Southern Avenger' aide." -- Phillip Bailey, WFPL.

d. "Q&A: Rand Paul on guns, pot, drones and his potential 2016 presidential bid." -- Andrew Doughman, Las Vegas Sun.

e. "Next stop for Rand: Vegas." -- David Catanese, The Run.

f. "Paul disappoints anti-Lamar group." -- Knoxville Metro Pulse.

g. "Rand Paul is no Ron Paul -- so who will inherit the Paul Army?" -- David Freelander, The Daily Beast.

Scott Walker:

a. "Walker thinks abortion bill will survive legal challenge." -- Rich Kremer, Wisconsin Public Radio News.

b. "Top administration official sees Gov. Scott Walker running again." -- Tom Kertscher, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

c. "Congresswoman Gwen Moore: Scott Walker will lose if he runs for president." -- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Paul Ryan:

a. "Paul Ryan working behind the scenes to push comprehensive immigration legislation." -- Paul Kane and Ed O'Keefe, Washington Post.

b. "Paul Ryan's sensible case for immigration reform." -- Matthew Yglesias, Slate.

Ted Cruz:

a. "Cruz urges Texas Senate to pass 20-week abortion ban." -- Daniel Strauss, The Hill.

The rest:

a. Santorum is holding a rally on the Texas Capitol steps today in support of the abortion bill.

b. "NH's Ayotte to participate in hearing on bombings." -- The AP.

c. "Mark Begich: Sarah Palin may not be Alaska resident." -- Burgess Everett, Politico.

d. "Sarah Palin for Senate? Don't bet on it." -- Scott Conroy, Real Clear Politics.