Senior Congressional Correspondent, Washington Examiner
readwrite.com — It's a huge year for TV's future. Yet for all the excitement about Web-first soap operas, data-driven programming and the disruption of broadcast, the Internet TV "inflection point" that 2013 has become is just the beginning. A Trojan horse is slowly rolling into town, and it's bursting at the seams with data.
nationalreview.com — Mitch McConnell had a problem. He needed to give President Obama, the man he had publicly vowed to make a one-term president, a nominee for the Legal Services Corporation. By law, the LSC, a Nixon-era 501(c)(3) tasked with providing legal aid to low-income Americans, had to be bipartisan; no more than six of its eleven members could belong to one party.
nationaljournal.com — Mayors Against Illegal Guns launched a new ad targeting Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., hoping to persuade a key Democrat to reverse himself on gun control legislation. But the ad might just have the opposite effect. The ad features a female, African-American narrator who says her friend was shot and killed thanks to poorly enforced background check laws.
people-press.org — Released: May 23, 2013 Gun Rights Proponents More Likely to Vote on Issue Overview Following the Senate's rejection of gun legislation last month, the public continues to overwhelmingly favor making private gun sales and sales at gun shows subject to background checks.
firstread.nbcnews.com — WEST DES MOINES, Iowa - Nearly three years before the 2016 election, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker took center stage in Iowa to address a large Republican fundraising dinner, which should only fuel speculation about his future presidential ambitions.
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