GOP responds to farm bill debacle by moving to the right
The Plum Line's Greg Sargent chastises Republicans for further alienating Democrats with the latest version of the farm bill, while blaming them for the failure of last month's vote.

Give Egypt time
The editors of the National Review say that cutting off aid to the military after the overthrow of the Morsi government would permanently weaken U.S. influence in the region

Conservatives hate all legislation now
Daily Intel's Jonathan Chait says Republican objections to the Senate immigration bill could be made of any major legislation

The wave of 2014 begins to build
Red State's Daniel Horowitz says momentum is building for for strong conservative challengers to incumbent Republicans


Boehner warns House GOP will be weaker without immigration reform
A divided House Republican conference met to begin hashing out a response to the sweeping immigration bill the Senate passed, The Hill's Russell Berman, Molly K. Hooper and Erik Wasson report

Huelskamp: Trusting Obama with border like trusting Clinton with daughter
The conservative lawmaker offered the suggestive quip on Twitter after a House GOP meeting on immigration, The Hill's Justin Sink reports