My must read of the day is “The Case Against Ebola Quarantines, Respectfully Submitted,” by Ron Fournier, in the National Journal.
The Veterans Affairs Inspector General referred at least 17 cases tied to allegations of wait-time manipulation to the Department of Justice for prosecution, and the agency has declined to prosecute all of them. Both agencies have refused to comment on the reasons behind the lack of prosecutions.
My must read of the day is “House Dems fret debilitating losses,” in Politico.
My must read of the day is “Spurned by Obama on Immigration, Will Latino Voters Stay Home?” in the National Journal.
My must read of the day “The GOP and School Reform,” by Frederick M. Hess and Max Eden, in National Review.
On Sunday, Rep. Michael McCaul (R., Tex.), Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said that the greatest threat facing the United States is from individuals who self radicalize and independently carry out attacks against the West.
After pulling out of the Kentucky Senate race one week ago, the DSCC is back in it with a small ad buy.
My must read of the day is “Senate Forecast: Cloudy With a Good Chance of a Republican Majority,” in Sabato’s Crystal Ball.
My must read of they day is “In a first, Republicans claim early vote lead in Iowa,” in the Washington Examiner.
My must read of the day is “Republican Tillis is lone NC Senate candidate on live program initially billed as debate,” in the Associated Press