President Obama will hold a town hall-style event at 2 p.m., taking questions over twitter (Bloomberg)
Tim Pawlenty has never lived outside his home state of Minnesota (Wall Street Journal)
Roger Clemens’s perjury trial hearings begin today in D.C. (Bloomberg)
Fundraising: Romney hauls in $18.25 million, more than other Republicans combined. Gingrich in debt (USA Today)
Rep. Patrick McHenry on the debt limit:
On the main site:
Our Prickly President by Aaron Goldstein: Obama gets irritated with those who dare question him.
The Blanding of Ronald Reagan, by Jeffrey Lord: There’s more to the 40th president than the kinder, gentler version even many conservatives portray.
Obamacare Tragedy Primed To Further Explode the Deficit, by Peter Ferrara: But there is a way out.
President Obama’s Trump Card, by G. Tracy Mehan, III: The Constitution’s default option.
Far From Wimbeldon, by Roger Kaplan: Tennis, like many other things in life, evolves but in important ways remains the same.
Londonistan Calling, by Hal G.P. Colebatch: The Labour Party’s “Open Door” immigration policy has been bad for Britain. Does Prime Minister Cameron have the courage to set things right?
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