FROM THE BLOGS
How not to fix immigration
The American Conservative's W. James Antle argues that with immigration legislation looming, the proposed fix might not work as well as what America already has going.
Main Street Partnership dropping 'Republican'... not Republicans
Evan McMorris-Santoro of TPM details how a popular group dedicated to supporting moderate Republicans is dropping the party from its title, but will not fund campaigns for Democrats.
The Super Bowl's journalism malfunction
Steve Coll of The New Yorker explains how CBS's handing of the Super Bowl casts a shadow on the world of journalism.
Exposed: The dark-money ATM of the conservative movement
Mother Jones's Andy Kroll delves into the world of Donors Trust, a little-known organization helping to funnel massive amounts of money to further a conservative agenda.
OTHER NEWS SOURCES:
Obama asks for sequester delay
The president called on Congress today to pass a smaller package of spending cuts and tax changes to delay sequester, The Hill's Amie Parnes and Erik Wasson report.
Cantor calls for bipartisanship to help Americans make their lives 'work again'
In a speech focused on families, Majority Leader Eric Cantor outlined policy prescriptions aimed at bettering American lives, The Hill's Molly Hooper reports.