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10:25 AM ET, June 11, 2014


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Jake Sherman / Politico:
CANTOR LOSES  —  RICHMOND, Va. — It wasn't enough that Eric Cantor spent $1 million in the weeks leading up to the election, when his conservative foe hardly had $100,000 in his campaign coffers.  —  It didn't matter that the House majority leader, 51, branded Dave Brat a liberal hack …
Robert Costa / Washington Post:
Eric Cantor succumbs to tea party challenger Tuesday  —  In a stunning upset propelled by tea party activists, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) was defeated in Tuesday's congressional primary, with insurgent David Brat delivering an unpredicted and devastating loss to the second …
Erick Erickson / RedState:
Why Eric Cantor Lost  —  The death of the tea party has been greatly exaggerated.  House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost his primary tonight to David Brat, a man who was significantly outspent.  Cantor spent $5 million to Brat's $122,000.00.  —  The media will play up Cantor's loss by claiming it was about immigration.
Reid J. Epstein / Wall Street Journal:
Who Is David Brat?  Meet the Economics Professor Who Defeated Eric Cantor  —  College professor David Brat knocked off House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R., Va.) Tuesday in the biggest congressional upset in years.  —  Mr. Brat ran an underfunded campaign based in part on Mr. Cantor's supposed support …
New York Times:
Cantor's Loss a Bad Omen for Moderates  —  WASHINGTON — The House Republican leadership, so solid in its opposition to President Obama, was torn apart Tuesday by the defeat of its most influential conservative voice, Representative Eric Cantor, the House majority leader …
Reid J. Epstein / Wall Street Journal:
David Brat's Writings: Hitler's Rise ‘Could All Happen Again’  —  David Brat, the Virginia Republican who shocked House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R., Va.) Tuesday, wrote in 2011 that Hitler's rise “could all happen again, quite easily.”  —  Mr. Brat's remarks, in a 2011 issue of Interpretation …
Todd S. Purdum / Politico:
The GOP's habit of eating its own  —  Eric Cantor's defeat in Virginia's GOP primary stunned the Washington political world.  —  But in historical terms, it should not have come as a shock.  House Republicans have been eating their young since the Eisenhower era, and the race has been always to the right.
Jonathan Chait Follow / New York Magazine:
Eric Cantor's Shocking, Richly Deserved Primary Defeat  —  In Republican country, Tea Party always finds you.  —  Since Republicans won control of the House in the 2010 elections, the political future of Eric Cantor has been the subject of ceaseless speculation.
John Parkinson / ABC News:
Meet The Tea Party Challenger Who Took Down Eric Cantor … House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., has lost his GOP primary to conservative challenger Dave Brat in Virginia's 7th Congressional District, according to the Associated Press.  —  Here's a profile ABC News' John Parkinson did of Brat in May:
Michael Tomasky / The Daily Beast:
Eric Cantor's Primary Loss Is a Political Earthquake.  And It's Awful.  —  How did the No. 2 man in the House lose a primary?  Chalk it up to immigration and the Tea Party.  It's one of the most shocking losses in U.S. electoral history—and it's bad for America.
The GOP leadership scramble
Discussion: Balloon Juice
Shane Goldmacher /
Eric Cantor's Pollster Tries to Explain Why His Survey Showed Cantor Up 34 Points
Mickey Kaus / The Daily Caller:
Notes on Cantormageddon  —  You knew Majority Leader Eric Cantor …
Discussion: Power Line, CNN and Pat Dollard
Edward-Isaac Dovere / Politico:   For Barack Obama, Eric Cantor loss comes with a price
Seung Min Kim / Politico:
Poll: Immigration didn't doom Eric Cantor
Laura Vozzella / Washington Post:
Chaos erupts at Cantor's election night headquarters after his departure
Caitlin Dickson / The Daily Beast:
This Church Is Reviving the Sanctuary Movement to Shelter Undocumented Immigrants From Deportation
Discussion: Yahoo! News
Cantor ‘earthquake’ rattles Capitol Hill
Katherine Miller / BuzzFeed:
Ted Cruz's Staff Seems Pretty Excited That Eric Cantor Lost
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Paul Mirengoff / Power Line:
Eric Cantor defeated — amnesty suspected [With Comments by John]
Discussion: Doug Ross
Russell Berman / The Hill:
Cantor out in Tea Party shocker
Discussion: Politico
Seung Min Kim / Politico:
Eric Cantor loss kills immigration reform
Discussion: Hot Air
Eric Ostermeier / Smart Politics:
Eric Cantor 1st House Majority Leader to Lose Renomination Bid in History
Justin Sink / The Hill:
Obama, not Hagel, responsible for Bergdahl, says White House  —  President Obama was responsible for the decision to swap five Taliban militants for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the White House said Tuesday.  —  The White House sought to deflect charges from congressional Republicans …
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Russell Berman / The Hill:
GOP takes steps to rein in Obama
Discussion: Hot Air
Ben Giles / Arizona Capitol Times:
Legal challenge alleges Cesar Chavez misled voters, should be tossed off ballot  —  Cesar Chavez, formerly GOP candidate Scott Fistler, is making a blatant attempt to confuse and mislead voters in Arizona's 7th Congressional District and should be tossed off the Democratic primary ballot …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Jonathan Topaz / Politico:
Suit over ‘Cesar Chavez’ name change
Noemie Emery / Washington Examiner:
Obama's being pretty stupid for a smart guy  —  BARACK OBAMA VETERANS AFFAIRS IRS VETERANS BOWE BERGDAHL  —  President Obama has an IQ “off the charts,” as Michael Beschloss told Don Imus in November 2008, in the first fine flush of Obama-mania.  —  Unfortunately, he didn't specify which end …
Washington Post:
One way to end violence against women?  Married dads.  —  The data show that #yesallwomen would be safer with fewer boyfriends around their kids.  —  The dramatic social media response to the UC-Santa Barbara shooting, captured by the hashtag #YesAllWomen, underlined an important and unpleasant truth …
Justin McCarthy / Gallup:
Smaller Majority of Americans View Hillary Clinton Favorably  —  At 54%, her favorability has slipped since February  —  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hillary Clinton's favorability rating has dropped slightly, although a majority of Americans continue to view her in a positive light.
Discussion: Politico and Washington Post
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