DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

White House message on Libya backfires
The attack on the American embassy in Libya was pre-meditated, and according to John Nolte of Breitbart, it's time for the White House to stop lying about it.

Tough week for the GOP
Following a difficult week for the GOP, Mother Jones’s Kevin Drum talks bout the lasting impacts of the "47 percent" video and the clearing of Eric Holder in the "Fast and Furious" Scandal.

The drug of dependence
As social-program spending becomes a campaign issue, Patrick Buchanan of the American Conservative points out the ways in which Americans have come to rely more on the federal government.

'Professor Warren's' lesson
The Senate race in Massachusetts heats up as Warren and Brown go head to head, and things get personal, according to Steve Kornacki of Salon.


OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

Seniors boo Ryan at Medicare speech
The Hill’s Sam Baker reports on hostile reactions from seniors at a recent Paul Ryan rally.

House approves 'Stop the War on Coal' bill in last act before November election
In the last legislative act before the election in November, a bill that would deregulate the coal industry passed in the House 233-175. The Hill's Pete Kasperowicz and Ben Geman have more.