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Morning Round-Up 7-11
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“Just as it is better to illuminate than merely to shine, so to pass on what one has contemplated is better than merely to contemplate.” –Thomas Aquinas 

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. Probe Examines Pilot Pairing in SF Crash-Landing
  2. Fla. Cities on Guard for any Post-Zimmerman Unrest
  3. Saudi Princess Charged With U.S. Human Trafficking

Politico

  1. Role reversal: GOP members dispense Obamacare advice
  2. GOP reaching out to Dems on immigration
  3. Rich Lowry, William Kristol march in ‘lox’ step

Reuters

  1. Accused Boston Marathon bomber pleads ‘not guilty’ to attack
  2. Exclusive: U.S. Air Force sees no wrongdoing by Booz Allen in Snowden matter
  3. Hackers ask Feds to stay away from convention to defuse tension over Snowden

Wall Street Journal

  1. Seat-Belt Design Played Role in Asiana Crash
  2. Zimmerman Portrayed as Inept Fighter
  3. Manning Defense Rests After Professor Testifies

Washington Post

  1. Lawmakers say administration’s lack of candor on surveillance weakens oversight
  2. Bush’s call for GOP to embrace immigration reform seems to have little effect
  3. The 3 paths forward for House Republicans on immigration

Washington Times

  1. Democrats caught off guard on employer mandate delay, now blame GOP
  2. Marco Rubio in hot water with tea party over immigration bill
  3. Pentagon: 56,000 troops could lose danger pay

International

Associated Press

  1. AP Newsbreak: Romania Moves To Punish Gulag Guards
  2. Egypt’s Brotherhood Vows to Keep Defying Coup
  3. Gunmen in Western Iraq Kill 14 At Ramadan Meal 

Reuters

  1. Infighting threatens Egypt transition plan, army orders arrests
  2. Portugal political crisis deepens
  3. Exiled dissidents claim Iran building new nuclear site

Wall Street Journal

  1. Leaker Poses Latin American Paradox
  2. Chinese, U.S. Officials Break the Ice in High-Level Talks
  3. Luxembourg Prime Minister to Resign Over ‘Dysfunctional’ Spies

Washington Post

  1. Egyptians ask, ‘Where’s Morsi?’
  2. Russia convicts dead whistleblower
  3. Afghan army struggles with lack of reach

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. Unlearning to be Human
  2. Routine Child Rape by Afghan Police

The Blaze

  1. Second Amendment Revoked: The Unbelievable Reason Why This Army Vet Can’t Own a Gun
  2. (Updated) Caught on Video: Border Patrol Agents Shatter Driver’s Window, Handcuff Him After He Refuses to Cooperate at ‘Internal’ Checkpoint

Breitbart

  1. GOP Reps: Senate Immigration Bill Unconstitutional for Raising Revenues
  2. House GOP Leadership Refuses To Take Up ‘Flawed’ Senate Bill (7-10)

The Daily Caller  

  1. Spitzer honed his lust for power as Princeton student body president
  2. Fifty shades of hot teacher-on-middle-schooler sex is a book you can buy now

CNSNews.com

  1. 63% of Babies Aborted in Texas Are Black or Hispanic; Annual Total Exceeds Population of Galveston
  2. Boxer: ‘Read Roe v. Wade, I Think You’ll Feel Better’ (7-10) 

National Review

  1. Supposed Crimes of the Mind
  2. House Divided

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Report: Health Alert Issued in Afghanistan Over Waste Disposal
  2. Family Ties (7-10)

Top Liberal Stories of the Day: 

The Daily Beast

  1. The GOP Is Terrified Obamacare Could Be a Success
  2. George Zimmerman Won’t Testify, His Counsel Butts Heads With Judge (7-10)
  3. Tropical Storm Chantal Tests National Guard Furloughs—and Governors

Huffington Post

  1. Student Loan Deal Reached in Senate Threatens to Raise Future Costs
  2. Student Loan Vote Fails Senate Again, Sticking Borrowers With Higher Rates 

Talking Points Memo

  1. House GOP Won’t Move Ahead With Comprehensive Immigration Reform

ThinkProgress

      1. GOP Push to Split Farm Bill Leaves Food Stamps Vulnerable to Severe Cuts

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