DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

Clinton, Huma, and Anthony Weiner
Right Turn's Jennifer Rubin sees irony for "Clinton watchers" in new poll numbers showing that former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) has dropped to fourth place in the Democratic primary of the New York mayoral race.

Government surveillance hurts America's reputation abroad

The American Conservative's John R. Miller writes that the leaking of information about the government surveillance program hurts its reputation with everyone it spied on, both domestic and foreign.  

Supreme Court decision did little to change American mind set

The Fix's Sean Sullivan thinks that the Supreme Court overturn of DOMA actually did very little to change the way Americans feel about gay marriage.

Obama finally pushing the agenda he promised

Michael Tomasky of The Daily Beast writes that President Obama is finally being aggressive in pushing the agenda that he promised.

OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

President Obama speaks out against pay gap

The Hill's Peter Schroeder reports that President Obama called the inequality gap in the United States "morally wrong."

Senate approves new Pentagon appropriations budget

The Senate Appropriations subcommittee on Defense has approved a new $594 billion appropriations budget for the Pentagon, according to The Hill's Jeremy Herb.