Today on the Main Site:
Mission Attrition by W. James Antle, III: How Arizona reflects changes in the country’s immigration politics. From our new July/August issue, just in time for a federal lawsuit.
The End of Men, The Beginning of What? by William Tucker: Hanna Rosin has written the hottest story of this hot summer — how much of it is hot air?
Helpless by Ben Stein: Once we knew whose side we were on.
The Rout of Obamanomics by Peter Ferrara: The situation is worse than even harsh critics expected.
Nationalizing Local Elections by Mark Hyman: The example of Clintonista prodigy Judd Legum, who is being groomed for bigger things.
So Much for the European Project by Doug Bandow: The question is not so much can Europe match the U.S. as can it survive at all?
The Bear Facts by Reid Collins: A Yellowstone ride for the ages.
What to Watch for:
President Obama to give remarks on economy, jobs (Chicago Sun-Times)
Obama will use recess to bypass Senate to appoint controversial pick for administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (Politico)
Prisoner swap expected in Russian spy case (WSJ)
AgBank IPO at $19.21 billion (WSJ)
Dems dig hard for dirt on GOP (Washington Post)
Clip of the Day:
Obama, Netanyahu agree to focus on peace talks (AP)
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