The NSA is ruining its own image

Timothy Lee of The Washington Post’s Wonkblog believes the National Security Agency’s secrecy is more damaging to its surveillance programs than Edward Snowden’s leaks.

Republican voters want Rubio

Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-Fla.) support for comprehensive immigration reform could be helping his image among Republican voters, writes Jennifer Rubin of The Washington Post’s Right Turn.

Flight companies’ merger is leaving a sour taste

Lawmakers are not happy about a pending merger between American Airlines and US Airways, according to Slate’s Sam Brodey.

Too much power, too fast?

Hot Air’s Allahpundit says he is very skeptical of domestic usage of drones and other intelligence gathering tools. 


Fed Reserve decides to keep its foot on the gas

The Hill’s Peter Schroeder reports the Federal Reserve will continue pouring money into the economy because of recent signs of improvement.

Cornyn: Senate immigration bill is ‘dead on arrival in the house’

Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) believes the Gang of Eight's immigration reform bill is doomed in the House, according to The Hill’s Ramsey Cox.