Healthcare debate as old as the Republic

The Atlantic's Tom Perriello says the ideological origins of today's conservatives and liberals stretch back to the Articles of Confederation.

Change labor laws to allow merit pay
The National Review's Michael G. Franc supports scrapping federal restrictions on merit-based pay in workplaces governed by collective bargaining agreements.

The Holder contempt vote and gun control politics
Talking Points Memo's Ryan J. Reilly explores the intersection of Rep. Darrell Issa's investigation and opposition by the NRA and others to gun control.

Anti-incumbent wave breaking?
The Daily Beast's John Avlon thinks Tuesday's primary results show establishment support and deep pockets still count for a lot.


Obama asks supporters to take the high road with behavior at rallies

The president wants to signal he's running a positive campaign, The Hill's Amie Parnes reports.

Dems raise money off of healthcare
The party is trying to bring in funds as anticipation of the Supreme Court's ruling mounts, The Hill's Elise Viebeck reports.