Liz Cheney's difficult road ahead
Right Turn's Jennifer Rubin asks if a popular Wyoming conservative can be ousted by Liz Cheney, a seemingly similar candidate. 

Don't put the car on Cruz control just yet
The American Conservative's Daniel Larison disagrees with the idea that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) will be the next Republican presidential nominee

Parts of the Internet are still outdated
Mother Jones' Dana Liebelson points out her three most outdated Internet laws. 

GOP hierarchy weakens party 
The Daily Beast's Peter Beinart thinks the corporate like structure and function of the GOP has led to the downfall and weakening of it's leaders. 


Bill out to get EPA
A bill proposed by House Republicans would slash the EPA's budget by 34 percent, The Hill's Erik Wasson and Ben Geman report. 

Zimmerman trial poll finds racial divide
According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll regarding the George Zimmerman trial, 86 percent of blacks disagree with the jury's not-guilty verdict, while 51 percent of whites say the jury returned the right decision, The Hill's Jonathan Easley reports.