Wiretap: Recalled Senator Giron claims victory over gun lobby

Leading today’s morning web roundup is Pueblo’s Angela Giron, who lost her state Senate seat in the gun-law recall elections September 10. She writes in an op-ed in the Washington Post that it wasn’t a complete loss.

Giron — remember her? — claims victory over the gun lobby.

It’s a long way to 2016, but two important pieces on the Clintons, via New York magazine and the New Republic.

The NFL fleeces us, the taxpayers. Isn’t it time to stop them? Via the Atlantic.

Byron York explains why so many Republican senators think defunding vote is a disaster. Via Washington Examiner.

New York Times photographer Tyler Hicks tells how he got his photos of the Nairobi terror attack.

Bryan Goldberg hopes Bustle will attract 50 million visitors each month and earn more than $100 million a year in advertising revenue, making it the “biggest and the most powerful women’s publication in the world.”

The typhoon that hit China on Sunday raised safety alarms at a nuclear power plant.

[ Image of Angela Giron via Colorado Senate Dems ]

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