DAY'S END ROUND-UP
FROM THE BLOGS:
Left has the history wrong on healthcare
Red State's Erick Erickson objects to the left's narrative on the Supreme Court and the Republican relationship to the Individual Mandate.
National Review's Mona Charen thinks Obama's re-election strategy relies heavily on purchasing votes from interest groups, and that his economic argument to the rest of the voting public is flat wrong.
Fed could do more
Firedoglake's David Dayen says the Fed could take policy steps to help the American worker, if it chose to focus on more than just Wall Street.
Action on immigration welcome, but not necessarily brave
The Atlantic's Clive Crook celebrates Obama's immigration move, but says the timing makes it look to be more about tactics than principle.
OTHER NEWS SOURCES:
Dems likely to fall short in November
The GOP is projected to maintain control of the House, The Hill's Cameron Joseph reports.
Boehner, Reid try to save Highway Bill
The House and Senate leaders are joining last-minute discussions on the stalled spending bill, The Hill's Keith Laing reports.