President Obama will meet with Mongolian president Tsakhia Elbegdorj at the White House (Politico)
Rep. Anthony Weiner is quietly trying to find a new job for a soft landing (New York Post)
Mitt Romney solidifies his lead among Republicans (Wall Street Journal)
Gabby Giffords was released from the hospital yesterday (National Journal)
Both Democrats and Republicans have introduced limited immigration bills in the House (New York Times)
The Senate will vote on measures from Dianne Feinstein and John McCain to remove ethanol subsidies (Politico)
Today is Bloomsday, the day to celebrate James Joyce’s Ulysses (Wll Street Journal)
Jon Hunstman’s announcement of his announcement video:
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Attack Ad Goes Gangsta in California by Robert Stacy McCain: Controversy highlights Democrat’s soft-on-crime record and championing of “gang intervention.”
The Pulchritudinous Michele Bachmann, by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: She is charismatic and eloquent — and astute.
Media Games, by George Neumayr: Opportunistic coverage of the GOP race.
Chartered Into Unions, by RiShawn Biddle: Unlike the NAACP the AFT is happy to back charter schools — if it can unionize them.
The Kaleidoscopic GOP Primary, Part Deux, by G. Tracy Mehan, III: You still have to show up and play the game — well.
Bigger Is Still Safer, by Eric Peters: So what else is new? About that IIHS SUV safety report…
The Dark Horse With a Bright Future, by Herbert London: Rick Santorum is the David competing against several Goliaths.