DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

Pro-life, pro-controversy
After another wave of controversial comments on abortion surfaced Monday, and The American Conservative's W. James Antle III writes on what that means for the pro-life movement.

Obama trip to Africa raises criticism
The Washington Times' Tom Woods commends the President for his planned trip to Africa, but argues that he's going to the wrong places and focusing on the wrong issues there.

Supreme Court avoids answering tough questions
The Plum Line's Jamelle Bouie writes that Monday's Supreme Court ruling didn't address the question of whether affirmative action is constitutional.

A match made in leaker heaven
The Daily Beast's Stuart Stevens digs into the WikiLeaks-Edward Snowden partnership.

OTHER SOURCES:

Sebelius and the NFL in cahoots
The Hill's Sam Baker
reports on how Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is partnering with the NFL promote Obamacare.

Petition to pardon Snowden reaches threshold
A petition on the White House's "We the People" website to pardon Edward Snowden has passed 100,000 signatures, The Hill's Jonathan Easley reports.