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Morning Round-Up 4-30

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Morning Headlines


Associated Press

  1. Execution Drugs Harm Breathing and Heart Function
  2. Toyota Move Gives Perry Win for Possible ’16 Run


  1. Donald Sterling’s offensive foul
  2. Big donor secrecy: ‘Irony, but it’s not hypocrisy’
  3. John Kerry, under fire


  1. Cold weather seen temporarily slowing U.S. economy
  2. Oklahoma botches execution, raising questions on death penalty in U.S.

Wall Street Journal

  1. Americans Want to Pull Back From World Stage, Poll Says
  2. Supreme Court Revives EPA Rule on Air Pollution Across State Lines
  3. Supreme Court Is Wary of Warrantless Cellphone Searches

Washington Post

  1. Poll: GOP presidential race wide open; Hillary Clinton leads Jeb Bush in theoretical matchup
  2. Bipartisan bill would ban bonuses for feds with serious conduct issues
  3. The Democrats still have their own young-people problem

Washington Times

  1. Emails on Benghazi show aides’ effort to make Obama look ‘statesmanlike’
  2. Utah lawmaker moves to disarm BLM, IRS, says ‘They’re not paramilitary units’
  3. Price of fixing, upgrading Obamacare website rises to $121 million

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. Beerbohm Redrawn
  2. How Culture Wars Hijack Science Discussions


  1. Do Jerks Have Rights Too?
  2. Obama EPA Chief Regina McCarthy: Pollution Holds African-Americans Back

 The Daily Caller     

  1. Sources: Sebelius Now Refusing To Testify Before Senate Panel
  2. George Will: ‘In Some Ways,’ Tea Party ‘More Of A Force Than Ever’

  1. CDC: College Grads 82% Likelier To Be ‘Regular Drinkers’ Than H.S. Dropouts
  2. Pope Francis: ‘Matrimony Is a Lifelong Covenant Between One Man and One Woman’

National Review

  1. Lone Star Lunacy
  2. Now He Wants Competence!

Washington Free Beacon

  1. 2014 College Grads Get Diplomas, Not Jobs
  2. Anti-Koch FEC Official to Testify Before Congress

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Here’s What Happens When the GOP Takes Over the Senate
  2. Lethal Injection Leads to the Most Botched Executions

Talking Points Memo

  1. Justice Scalia Makes Epic Blunder in Supreme Court Opinion
  2. Senate Ready to Sink Effort To Boost Minimum Wage


     1. GOP Lawmakers Confronted By Constituents Demanding to Know Why They Won’t Expand Medicaid

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