RealClearPolicy Morning Edition

Thursday, April 24
The Stealthy Obamacare Menace - Lanhee Chen & James Capretta, WSJ
What if Bipartisan ACA Fixes Were Possible? - Billy Wynne, Health Affairs
ACA Marketplace Observations - Robert Laszewski, Health Care Blog
Should We Engineer Sexual Orientation? - Alice Dreger, Pacific Standard
The Racism and Sexism of College Faculty - Robert VerBruggen, RCPolicy
Why Colleges Must Be Race-Conscious - Julianne Hing, The Guardian
Race Matters, but Less Than It Did - John McWhorter, Time
Can Unions Save Atlantic City? - Jake Blumgart, Vice
The White House Is Afraid of Big Ag - Ezra Klein & Michael Pollan, Vox
Some Americans Lack Indoor Plumbing - Christopher Ingraham, Wash Post
The Importance of Inequality of Wellbeing - Mian & Sufi, House of Debt
Why Recidivism Is So Common - Scott Shackford, Reason
The Privatization Backlash - Molly Ball, The Atlantic
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Wednesday, April 23
An Easy Decision on Racial Preferences - Ilya Shapiro, Cato Institute
The Changing Politics of Affirmative Action - Nora Caplan-Bricker, TNR
Do Americans Love Affirmative Action? - Robert VerBruggen, RCPolicy
Why Scalia Defended a Drug Dealer - Michael Brendan Dougherty, Week
The U.S.'s Twelve Best Government Programs Ever - Peter Schuck, Slate
How the ACA Could Collapse - Amity Shlaes, National Review Online
Openly Carrying Guns: A Debate - Wilkinson & Pierce, Bloomberg View
Detroit Missed a Reform Opportunity - Shikha Dalmia, Reason
The Revolt of the Cities - Harold Meyerson, The American Prospect
Aereo: Absurdity or Innovation? - Kevin Roose | Derek Khanna
Can the Gender Gap Be Solved? - Kay Hymowitz, The Daily Beast
American Labor Law Is Broken - Lydia DePillis, Washington Post
Can We Help Low-Performing High Schoolers? - Michael Petrilli, Fordham
Gay Marriage, Freedom to Dissent: We Need Both - Jonathan Adler et al.
Tuesday, April 22
America's Unique Class War Over Spending - Larry Bartels, Wash Post
The Case Against the ACA, Restated - Jay Cost, The Weekly Standard
Economic Policy, Post-Piketty - Dean Baker, Huffington Post
Against Piketty's Global Wealth Tax - Tyler Cowen, Foreign Affairs
Gentrification: More Than Just Real Estate - Jim Russell, Pacific Standard
Student Loan Forgiveness: The Problem - Sophie Quinton, National Journal
Our Hidden Affirmative Action for Whites - Edmund Zagorin, Prospect
The Misinformed War on Common Core - Charles Sahm, The Daily Beast
Why Corporations Don't Do the Right Thing - Christine Bader, The Atlantic
New ACA Numbers: Good and Bad - Megan McArdle, Bloomberg View
Not Expanding Medicaid Won't Kill People - Linda Gorman, NCPA
No, Inequality Is Not Good for the Economy - Matthew Yglesias, Vox
Monday, April 21
How Detroit Found a Pot of Gold - Dan Kadlec, Time
Why Are Health Costs Rising Again? - Jonathan Cohn, The New Republic
Thomas Piketty's Inequality Death Spiral - Scott Winship, Forbes
Fifteen Years After Columbine - Ben Dreyfuss, Mother Jones
The U.S. Isn't Falling Behind in the STEM Race - Michael Teitelbaum, LAT
Treat Wage Theft as a Crime - Catherine Rampell, Washington Post
What's Wrong with Victims' Rights? - Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune
The Truth About Chicago's Crime Rates - Bernstein & Isackson, Chicago
About That Gender Confidence Gap - Mollie Ziegler Hemingway, Federalist
Occupational Licensing Is Replacing Unions - Evan Soltas, Vox
Few Stay in the Top 1 Percent for Long - Mark Rank, New York Times
How to Tax High-Frequency Trades - Steven Rosenthal, Tax Policy Center
Friday, April 18
Texas's 'Impossible' $10,000 Degree - Thomas K. Lindsay, RealClearPolicy
How Well Does College Pay? - Matthew M. Chingos, Brookings Institution
Free Market Reforms for Obamacare - Yevgeniy Feyman, DC Examiner
Obamacare Doomsayers Were Wrong - Jonathan Chait, New York Magazine
Did We Shovel $8 Billion to Insurers? - Seth Chandler, ACA Death Spiral
The Simple Reason Why Obamacare Succeeded - Sarah Kliff, Vox
An Unfolding ACA Fiscal Disaster - Charles Blahous, e21
Fighting Climate Change Isn't Cheap - Bjørn Lomborg, Project Syndicate
Taxing Solar Energy Is a Terrible Idea - John Aziz, The Week
Give Charter Schools a Chance - Kingsland & Whitmire, USA Today
Struggles of the Short-Term Unemployed - Mike Konczal, Next New Deal
How People Calibrate Their Fear of Crime - Harry Enten, FiveThirtyEight
The Resegregation of Southern Schools - Nikole Hannah-Jones, Atlantic
Thursday, April 17
The Foreclosure Crisis Has Ended - Tim Cavanaugh, National Review Online
Michael Bloomberg vs. the NRA - Robert VerBruggen, RealClearPolicy
More Encouraging Obamacare News - Jonathan Cohn, The New Republic
Under ACA, Working More Could Cost You Money - Meyer & Russell, e21
Are Health Costs Growing Quickly Again? - Sarah Kliff, Vox
The False Promise of Single Payer - Sally C. Pipes, New York Post
Predicting How Long Unemployment Will Last - Ben Casselman, 538
Detroit's Generous Pension Deal - Walter Russell Mead, American Interest
The Racial Divide of Pollution - John Upton, Pacific Standard
Bringing Hidden Taxes Into the Open - Casey B. Mulligan, New York Times
Is There Really a Heroin Epidemic? - David J. Krajicek, The Crime Report
Debating the Common Core - Joy Pullman & Mike Petrilli, The Federalist
Keystone Report: Hidden Dangers - Sen. Whitehouse & Rep. Waxman, CNN
Wednesday, April 16
A Better Way to Pay Federal Pensions - Rich Tucker, RealClearPolicy
WSJ's Misleading Defense of the Rich - Jordan Weissmann, Slate
The ACA Didn't Slow Health Cost Growth - Tom Liu, Incidental Economist
New York's Bold Move on Patient Protections - Chris Kardish, Governing
Taxing the Sharing Economy - Dan Rothschild, Public Sector Inc.
Blame the Government for Heartbleed - Julia Angwin, ProPublica
De Blasio's Policing Test - Heather Mac Donald, City Journal
Can Home Visits Improve Parenting? - Conor Williams, Washington Monthly
What the Data Say About Fracking's Risks - Terry Anderson, Defining Ideas
Paid Sick Days: A Backgrounder - Jessica Harris, On Labor
Why Student Loans Are Getting More Expensive - Libby Nelson, Vox
The Most Recent Data on Hate Groups - Christopher Ingraham, Wash Post
Tuesday, April 15
A Sadder and Poorer Tax Day - Grover Norquist, Washington Times
Uncluttering State Tax Systems - Will Marshall & Paul Weinstein, RCPolicy
Can Sebelius's Replacement Corral Health Cost? - Peter Orszag, Bloomberg
Admit It, Conservatives: Obamacare Is Working - Ezra Klein, Vox
The Doctor Won't See You Now - Joel Zinberg, City Journal
New CBO Report Is a Good Sign for Obamacare - Jonathan Cohn, TNR
The Importance of Men's Income - Natalie Scholl & Brad Wilcox, AEIdeas
Unemployment Cuts Aren't Prodding People to Work - Ben Casselman, 538
The Shortage of Female Confidence - Katty Kay & Claire Shipman, Atlantic
Where the Educated Are Most Segregated - Richard Florida, Atlantic Cities
The Danger of All-Powerful Mayors - Joel Kotkin, New Geography
In High-Poverty Schools, Give Everyone Free Lunch - Becca Segal, CBPP
The Policy Behind an Armed Standoff - Peter Weber, The Week
Monday, April 14
The Upside to Taxes: Inequality Insurance - Robert J. Shiller, NY Times
Is There a Way Out of Taxifornia? - Joseph Fleming, RealClearPolicy
The Absurdities of the IRS - Aparna Mathur, The American
Refusing to Expand Medicaid Kills People - Brian Beutler, New Republic
The Next Obamacare Disasters - Betsy McCaughey, New York Post
Diversity Won't Drive the Country Rightward - Ben Wrobel, ThinkProgress
Thomas Piketty's Path to Poverty For the Masses - Jeffrey Dorfman, RCM
What Drives Growth in Inequality? - Jared Bernstein, On the Economy
Unemployment and the Idleness Trap - Robert Samuelson, Washington Post
Our 18-Year Recession - Anthony B. Sanders, Confounded Interest
Justice Stevens's Constitutional Amendments - Scott Lemieux, Prospect
Ten Welfare Reform Lessons from New York City - Robert Doar, NRO
'Pay Secrecy': Often Illegal, and Misunderstood - Tom Dreisbach, NPR

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