RealClearPolicy Morning Edition

Monday, April 20
California Is So Over - Joel Kotkin, The Daily Beast
Is Support for Income Redistribution Falling? - John Cassidy, New Yorker
Why We Let Prison Rape Go On - Chandra Bozelko, New York Times
When Cops Check Facebook - Meredith Broussard, The Atlantic
The Incredible Shrinking Deficit Is No More - Joseph Lawler, DC Examiner
Inside Wisconsin's 'John Doe' Investigations - David French, NR
One Gun's Deadly Path - Amanda Milkovits, Providence Journal
Religious Liberty and Feeding the Homeless - Bryce Covert, ThinkProgress
Gay Marriage Bans: Sex Discrimination - Koppelman & Somin, USA Today
Common Core Critics Are Loud But Losing - Alan Greenblatt, Governing
A Trade Deal That Threatens the States - Eric Schneiderman, Politico
Deepwater Disaster: Five Years Later - Frances Beinecke, Huffington Post
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Saturday, April 18
Raising the Median Wage - Jared Bernstein, Washington Post
Steak Ban: Double Standard for the Poor? - Robert VerBruggen, RCPolicy
Murky Laws on Free-Range Kids - Amanda Kolson Hurley, CityLab
The Constitution Protects Free-Range Parents - Ilya Somin, Volokh
Just How Racist Are Schoolteachers? - Julia Lurie, Mother Jones
In Obamacare, Competition Costs Consumers - Peter Ubel, Forbes
Charter Schools Won't Solve Segregation - Matt Bruenig, Demos
California's Drought of Common Sense - Steven Greenhut, Reason
Should California Stop Growing Almonds? - Eric Holthaus, Slate
Three Charts Explain the Student Loan Mess - Noah Smith, Bloomberg
GSEs Restart Affordable Housing Programs - Elizabeth MacDonald, Fox
Can 'Grit' Save American Education? - Rachel M. Cohen, American Prospect
Friday, April 17
The New Campus Thought Police - Joan W. Scott, The Nation
Who Gets Marriage Bonuses and Penalties? - Amanda Cox, New York Times
Mixed Income Housing: Bad for Poor Kids? - Candice Odgers, Conversation
Busting Three Myths About Public Housing - Jake Blumgart, Next City
Why Are the Exchanges Such a Mess? - John C. Goodman, Forbes
Improving the Earned Income Credit - Mike Cassidy, Century Foundation
U.S. vs. U.K. Cops: Killing, Being Killed - Jay Livingston, Pacific Standard
Chris Christie's Tilt at Social Security - Charles Lane, Washington Post
Cheap Coal Is a Lie - Al Gore & David Blood, The Guardian
Get Your 2014 Federal Taxpayer Receipt - Ashleigh Axios, White House
Does Poverty Spending Subsidize Employers? - Adam Ozimek, Moody's
Too Vague to Be Constitutional - Garrett Epps, The Atlantic
Thursday, April 16
The Obamas' Tax Return and the 2 Percent - Roberton Williams, TaxVox
Returning to the Exurbs - Teresa Wiltz, Stateline
Legalizing Free-Range Parenting - Naomi Schaefer Riley, Family Studies
High Deductibles, Narrow Networks: Good? - Uwe Reinhardt, Forbes
Doc Fix May Hit a Wall: Doctors - Megan McArdle, Bloomberg View
Is the Doc Fix Bad News for Obamacare? - Sam Baker, National Journal
Doctor Pay Reform: Moving Forward - Stuart Guterman, Commonwealth
All Pay Raises Are Not Created Equal - Pincin & Brenberg, RealClearPolicy
The Big Problem With the IRS - Gerri Willis, RealClearPolitics
In Defense of Marco Rubio's Tax Plan - James Pethokoukis, The Week
When Campaign Funds Go to Defense Lawyers - Gerald Skoning, AmSpec
Federal Obstinacy on Marijuana - Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune
Wednesday, April 15
Raise Our Taxes, Please - Danny Vinik, New Republic
Estate Tax Repeal: Windfall for the Wealthiest - Chuck Marr, RCPolicy
Repeal the Estate Tax - Lewis K. Uhler et al., Investor's Business Daily
Learn Self-Control, Stay Off the Dole - Tom Jacobs, Pacific Standard
What's Behind the Gender Pay Gap? - Andrea Flynn | Ashe Schow
White House's Gift to Big Labor - Bill McMorris, Washington Free Beacon
Create Multiple Tax Refund Days for the Poor - Alan Berube, Brookings
The Worst Tax Breaks - Room for Debate, New York Times
No Child Left Behind and Wishful Thinking - Michael J. Petrilli, Fordham
Liberty and Discrimination: Utah's Compromise - Stuart Adams, L of L&L
Coal Is Dying and It's Never Coming Back - Tim McDonnell, Mother Jones
Don't Forgive Student Loans - Abigail R. Hall, InsideSources
When Working Won't Get You Off Welfare - Emily Badger, Wash Post
A Smarter Way to Pay Doctors - Peter R. Orszag, Bloomberg View
Tuesday, April 14
The Biggest Tax Breaks - Drew DeSilver, Pew Research Center
Chris Christie Takes On Entitlements - Michael Tanner, RealClearPolicy
'Cadillac Tax' Comes to College Campuses - John Rosenberg, Fiscal Times
Radio Stations May Have to Pay to Play - Kaveh Waddell, National Journal
Progressive States, Regressive Tax Codes - Josh Harkinson, Mother Jones
The Case for Driverless Trains - Eric Jaffe, CityLab
Net Competition, Not Net Neutrality - Christopher Sprigman, Bloomberg
Cutting SNAP Costs Jobs - Melissa Boteach, Center for American Progress
The Fund Managers' Tax Break - Dean Baker, Truthout
Confronting the Criminal Justice Crisis - Gov. Nathan Deal, Huffington Post
Women Preferred 2:1 in Academic Science Jobs - Alex Berezow, RCScience
Enter the Reform Conservatives - Michael Gerson, Washington Post
Monday, April 13
The 1 Percent Are Parasites - Andrew Sayer, Salon
Pension Debt: No Bonus for Taxpayers - Steven Malanga, City Journal
Wind Power Costs More Than You Think - Randy Simmons, Conversation
Limiting the Food Stamp Shopping List - Rod Kackley, PJ Media
Can Liberals Do Family Values? - Emily Cadei, USA Today
Death Sentences for Drug Crimes - Andrew Gargano, RealClearPolicy
Assisted Suicide: Civil Rights for the Affluent - Debra Saunders, SF Chron
Police Shootings: Prosecutions Rare - Kindy & Kelly, Washington Post
The Trouble With Megaprojects - Jacques Leslie, New Yorker
Reform the Rules That Govern Congress - Michael Golden, RealClearPolitics
Psychiatry Is Failing the Mentally Ill - Shannon Pettypiece, Bloomberg
Don't Ban Powdered Alcohol - Baylen Linnekin, Reason
Saturday, April 11
Did Minimum Wage Kill Seattle Restaurants? - Alan Pyke, ThinkProgress
Chicago's Day of Reckoning - Andrea Riquier, Investor's Business Daily
Where the White People Live - Alana Semuels, CityLab
When Cops Cry Wolf - Frank Serpico, Politico Magazine
Gaming Out King v. Burwell - Charles Blahous, Economics 21
Where Government Excels - Paul Krugman, New York Times
Republicans Are Poised to Raise Spending - Chris Edwards, Cato Institute
Tax Credits: A Bad Way to Promote College - D. Douglas-Gabriel, Wash Post
The Patent Explosion - Eli Dourado, Mercatus Center
Does Government Crowd Out Private Charity? - Jordan Weissmann, Slate
A Carbon Tax Grand Bargain - Neil King Jr., Wall Street Journal
The State-Level Future of Health Reform - Eric Schnurer, The Atlantic
Friday, April 10
Ten Government Handouts to the Rich - Badger & Ingraham, Wash Post
We Must Prepare for King v. Burwell - Jeffrey Anderson, Weekly Standard
Automatic (IRA) for the People - Daniel Biss, Weekly Wonk
The GOP's 'Gotcha' Abortion Question - Tara Culp-Ressler, ThinkProgress
Michael Slager and the Presumption of Innocence - Charles Cooke, NR
The Dubious Ethics of Conversion Therapy - Tom Jacobs, Pacific Standard
A Murderer's Free Sex-Change Operation - Mark Pulliam, City Journal
Speed Limits: 25 Is Far Safer Than 35 - Bill Lindeke, Streets.MN
The End of Asymmetric Information? - Tabarrok & Cowen, Cato Unbound
IRS Underfunding Puts Tax Compliance at Risk - Howard Gleckman, TPC
Congress Is 'Unproductive'? Good. - Veronique de Rugy, Creators
Deferred Action for Federal Accountability - Michael Greve, Library of L&L

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