Afternoon Mirror

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein

Morning Mirror

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein
morning mirror 7 x 3-2

Breitbart News Thought AG Nominee Loretta Lynch Was White And Worked For the Clintons

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein
President Barack Obama names Loretta Lynch as U.S. Attorney General nominee

Black, white and wrong all over

Breitbart News' international 'bureau' expansion continues

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein
palm trees

California’s well-being always ‘near and dear’ to Andrew Breitbart

BEDFORD: Politico is really going to miss Soledad O'Brien (because she got fired)

Opinion | Christopher Bedford
Soledad O'Brian screenshots, capitured and compiled by The Politico.

But let’s remember the good times

Breitbart editor on being targeted by DOJ, Media Matters: 'Holder should resign over this alone' - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle
Joel Pollak

‘On the one hand, it’s a badge of honor’

Schakowsky explains how totally constitutional the health-care mandate is - TheDC

Feature:Video | Mary Katharine Ham

Illinois Democrat is whisked away by a staffer after failing to answer a voter’s question

Pointed 2009 exchange with Frank propels candidate in Ill. race - Boston Globe

Politics | Chad Brady (admin)

Joel Pollak questioned Rep. Barney Frank, who had just finished a speech on financial regulatory reform, what role he played in the financial crisis

A middle way on Iran

Opinion | Stephen Richer

It’s been nearly a year since Secretary of State Clinton promised “crippling sanctions” on Iran. The U.S. House has passed the Iran Refined Petroleum Sanctions Act (IRPSA), and the Senate has passed similar legislation, but congressional leaders have failed to start a reconciliation process. President Obama—enmeshed in domestic policy debates—has done little to hasten the congressional process.

Massachusetts’ message: No seat is safe

Opinion | Joel Pollak

“Never allow a crisis go to waste.” So said Rahm Emanuel in November 2008, describing how President Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats intended to use the country’s economic crisis as a pretext for passing radical policies that Americans might otherwise reject. “What I mean by that,” Emanuel explained, “is that it’s an opportunity to do things you couldn’t do before.”