DAY'S END ROUND-UP

FROM THE BLOGS:

Obama, the courts, and politics
The Right Turn's Jennifer Rubin thinks Obama is unable to separate politics and law, despite his constitutional law background. 

Farm bill has GOP falling off the wagon
The American Conservative's W. James Antle III thinks the Farm Bill goes against the GOP's mission to be pro-worker and anti-government. 

Right wing anti-Hillary groups coming in strong
Mother Jones' Andy Kroll notes that right wing groups are making large amounts of money from anti-Hillary fund raising movements. The groups are dedicated to taking down efforts by Clinton to run for the White House in 2016, which is an effort only rumored by the former Secretary of State and First Lady. 

McDonnell's actions could cause Cuccinelli seat
The Daily Beast's Michelle Cottle thinks Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has become a cautionary tale, after having political donors pay for personal valuables and expenses, and may take his would be successor, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, down with him. 

OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

Holder calls for honest discussion regarding Trayvon Martin case
In a speech at the Delta Sigma Theta National Convention Social Action Luncheon, Attorney General Eric Holder said the nation must not "let this opportunity pass" to speak about the issues that the Trayvon Martin case has raised, The Hill's Daniel Strauss reports. 

NTSB denies supplying San Francisco television station with fake Asiana pilot names
Racially insensitive names of the pilots of the Asiana Airlines plane that crashed broadcast by a San Francisco television station reportedly did not come from the National Transport Safety Board. The names were mistakenly confirmed by an intern, The Hill's Keith Laing reports.


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