Let Me Start: What Republican majority?

Updated
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File
J. Scott Applewhite

A report from the Sunlight Foundation shows that Democrats actually won a plurality of votes in House races nationwide, yet still ended up in the minority. That’s the first time that has happened since records have been kept, going back to at least 1946.

House Republicans are rejecting comprehensive immigration reform, despite polls showing Americans support immigration by the highest margins in years.

Kansas Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp managed to knock President Obama and Bill Clinton in one tweet.

And Alaska Senator Mark Begich has a good question about Sarah Palin, as she considers challenging him for his seat.

An Indiana professor has uncovered what he says is film of Franklin Delano Roosevelt being pushed in his wheelchair, something that was never shown to the public.

The New York Times reports that things in Egypt are suddenly showing improvement: gas lines are disappearing, power outages have stopped and police have returned to the streets. And that suggests there may have been an coordinated campaign to undermine the country’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi.

Finally, Eliot Spitzer is leading the polls in his race for New York city comptroller.

 

Explore:

Hardball - Let Me Start

Let Me Start: What Republican majority?

Updated