Spitzer’s back — and it’s a good thing
Mother Jones’s David Corn thinks
Eliot Spitzer deserves a warm welcome back into the world of politics, due to the insights he shared while outside of it.

The woman who made Wendy Davis
The New Republic’s Molly Redden looks at Amber Mostyn, the larger than life chairwoman of Annie’s List that became one of the biggest campaign donors to Texas Sen. Wendy Davis.

How Obamacare may have upended an immigration overhaul
The National Review’s John Fund thinks the Obama administration took liberties with interpreting the healthcare law — and a jaded Congress doesn’t trust it not to do the same with an immigration overhaul.

Can the US remain neutral to Egypt while funding its military?
Chris Stirewalt of Fox News thinks the United States’s control of the military in Egypt prevents it from remaining neutral in the face of political upheaval.


Student loan rates will get swift action from Congress, says White House
The Hill’s Justin Sink reports that the White House expects Congress will soon resolve the issue of skyrocketing interest rates for student loans, despite its recent failure to pass a bill.

Cory Booker gets jabs from Lautenberg family
The Hill’s Alexandra Jaffe reports that the family of the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) are no fans of Cory Booker, and are endorsing his opponent, Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.), in the upcoming race for New Jersey’s Senate seat.