LAST TICKET: Palin back to Iowa; Sharron Angle doesn’t like being called a hobbit

Chris Moody
Political Reporter
The Ticket

Here are the stories we took note of today but didn't give the full blog treatment:

• Rick Perry changes his tune on Tenth Amendment; now supports using federal power to overturn state laws allowing gay marriage. (TPM)

• Mitt Romney still leads, but not in the South. (Gallup)

• Sarah Palin announces another trip to Iowa in September (New York Times)

• Ohio Republicans plot revenge against conservative House member leading opposition to Boehner's debt plan. (Washington Post)

• No re-runs on C-SPAN this weekend! Congress will be in session Saturday and Sunday. (The Hill)

• Former Nevada Senate candidate Sharron Angle responds to being called John McCain after he calls tea partiers "hobbits." (Fox News)

• Five House members to watch during the debt ceiling vote. (Washington Post)

• Video: A history of the debt limit. (New York Times)