Morning Must Reads: Epic

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  • A ” two-hour-long, sweeping epic” film about Sarah Palin, designed to “serve as a galvanizing prelude to Palin’s prospective presidential campaign,” will debut in Iowa in June.
  • Republicans’ claim that third-party candidate Jack Davis cost them New York 26’s special election is not credible; it may not be predictive, but Democrats overperformed.
  • Senator Olympia Snowe opposes Paul Ryan’s budget plan.
  • Reporting back on his deficit talks, Biden names $1 trillion in cuts and insists revenue will be raised.
  • Pretty much all you need to know about Republican claims that the yet-to-exist Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is wielding unchecked power (the Financial Oversight Stability Council veto alone should be enough to put this one to bed):

  • OK, fine, here’s Elizabeth Warren’s face when Rep. Patrick McHenry accused her of lying about a scheduling conflict during Tuesday’s hearings: