RealClearPolicy Morning Edition

Friday, October 31
The NYT's Low Bar for Obamacare Success - Merrill Matthews, Forbes
Are ACA Opponents Cherry-Picking History? - Sen. Harkin et al. | Adler
Marriage, Inequality Go Well Together - Philip N. Cohen, Family Inequality
The Renegade Ebola Nurse - Russell Berman, The Atlantic
GDP Data: The Details Are Telling - Nick Bunker, Equitable Growth
The Erosion of Federal Statistical Agencies - Groves & Prewitt, Roll Call
Candidates, PACs Skirt the Law - Roarty & Goldmacher, National Journal
Medicaid Expansion Limits Medical Choices - Jeffrey A. Singer, IBD
The Case for Selling Air Rights - Scott Beyer, Pacific Standard
Where Does the Creative Class Move? - Richard Florida, CityLab
Halloween Is Sweet for Sugar Moguls - de Rugy & Castillo, RCM
California's Carbon Market Is Leaking - David Roberts, Grist
How Capitalism Spreads the Wealth - Iain Murray, The Freeman
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Thursday, October 30
I'm a Health Economist and Can't Pick a Health Plan - Austin Frakt, NYT
Albany Albatross: New York's Tax Burden - E.J. McMahon, City Journal
Black Kids' Schools: Segregated by Poverty Too - Reed Jordan, RCPolicy
Here's What 'Racial Discrimination' Means - Garrett Epps, The Atlantic
Inequality Does Not Reduce Prosperity - Scott Winship, Economics 21
Building Resilience From the Community Up - Greta Byrum, RealClearPolicy
The Police Pay Gap - Seth Freed Wessler, NBC News
Pension Regulators Need More Data - Alicia H. Munnell, MarketWatch
A Simple Plan to Reduce ER Visits - Jason Millman, Washington Post
Making Sense of 'Yes Means Yes' - Sherry F. Colb, Verdict
Methanol, the Fuel in Waiting - William Tucker, RealClearPolitics
Payday Lenders: The New Loan Sharks - Susanne Soederberg, Jacobin
Wednesday, October 29
Why Has Violent Crime Declined? - Heather Mac Donald, Daily Signal
Are Economists Ready for Redistribution? - Mark Thoma, Fiscal Times
A Voter ID Myth Crashes - Mona Charen, Creators
Ed Gillespie's Credible Obamacare Alternative - James Capretta, RCM
Seven Democrats' Plan to Make Obamacare Cheaper - Ezra Klein, Vox
The Fight Over GMO Labeling - Hemphill & Banerjee, RealClearPolicy
Common Core: Mapping the Future of Testing - Emmeline Zhao, RCE
FHA Policies Discourage Density - Scott Beyer, Governing
Doctors Should Be Regularly Drug-Tested - Editors, Scientific American
Are Large Cities Less Green? - Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow, Next City
Offshore Wind Power: Promising but Complicated - John Cleveland, RCP
What Could the Fed Do to Address Inequality? - Room for Debate, NYT
Our Incoherent Copyright Law - David Post, Volokh Conspiracy
Tuesday, October 28
Detroit's Bankruptcy: What You Need to Know - Danielle Kurtzleben, Vox
The New Digital Intellectual Property Enforcer - Mytheos Holt, RCPolicy
Why Has Wage Growth Stagnated? - James Sherk, The Federalist
Chimps and Why We Need Personhood for All - Barbara J. King, Time
Do Kids Get an 'Intact-Family Premium'? - Robert VerBruggen, RCPolicy
Is the Affordable Care Act Working? - Margot Sanger-Katz et al., NYT
How Garbage Can Power Cities - Sarah Laskow, Next City
Chicago's Anti-Homeless Measures: A Comic - Holliday & Hibdon, CityLab
America's Crony Capitalism Challenge - Desmond Lachman, The American
With Disability Benefits Running Out, What to Do? - Henry Aaron, RCM
An Interview With Edward Snowden - vanden Heuvel & Cohen, The Nation
A U.S.-China Climate Pact Isn't Impossible - Rebecca Leber, New Republic
Great Recession: Have We Come Back Yet? - Ben Steverman, Bloomberg
Monday, October 27
The Fast and Furious Cover-up - John Hinderaker, PowerLine
How Medicaid Expansion Is Faring - Robert Pear, New York Times
California Could Lose a Generation of Doctors - Zachary Skaggs, RCPolicy
San Francisco's Absurd Rent Ordinance - Debra Saunders, SF Chronicle
Our Many 'Diversity Problems' - Lawrence Siskind, To Put It Bluntly
How Self-Driving Cars Will Change Infrastructure - Adam Ozimek, Forbes
The 'Birthright Citizenship' Debate - The Editors, LA Times
Project 'Truthy': Chilling Free Speech - Andrew Napolitano, Creators
RIP, NYC's Middle Class - Joel Kotkin, New York Daily News
College Should Start Senior Year of High School - Libby Nelson, Vox
Illinois: The Dangers of Democratic Rule - Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune
Taking the Carbon Out of Coal - Robert VerBruggen, RealClearPolitics
Saturday, October 25
Could Non-Citizens Decide the Election? - Richman & Earnest, Wash Post
The Republican Poll Tax Agenda - Jonathan Chait, New York Magazine
Social Security Gets Harder to Secure - CRFB
The (Laudable) New Eugenics - Ronald Bailey, Reason
Trailer Parks: Underdog Housing Crisis Solution - Alana Semuels, CityLab
Medicaid Expansion: Beyond a 'Private Option' - Christine Vestal, Stateline
Pharma Pays $825M to Doctors and Hospitals - Niam Yaraghi, Brookings
Data Is Transforming Cities - Aaron M. Renn, City Journal
The Politics of Inequality - Sean McElwee, Demos
Gun Control: Canada vs. the U.S. - Dylan Matthews, Vox
Does Amazon's Monopoly Really Matter? - Megan McArdle, Bloomberg
Virginia's Disenfranchisement Problem - Erica Hellerstein, ThinkProgress
Friday, October 24
The Geography of Joblessness - The Economist
Replacing the ACA: What Women Want - Grace-Marie Turner, RCPolicy
The Police Are Still Out of Control - Frank Serpico, Politico Magazine
Obama, the Veto-Less President - Paul Waldman, The American Prospect
Why Public Pensions Go Unfunded - Iliya Atanasov, Public Sector Inc.
Building Roads Just Makes People Drive More - Joseph Stromberg, Vox
Regulators' New Mortgage Rule - Norbert Michel, Daily Signal
'Obscene Celebrity': Trampling Prisoner Free Speech - Seth Ferranti, Vice
Our Criminally Unfair Organ Transplant Law - Fry-Revere & Donadio, TNR
How Cops Are Beating Crime in Camden - Jim Epstein, Reason
Colleges Let Sexual Predators Slip Away - Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post
'Forbearance': The FCC's Net Neutrality Tool - Nancy Scola, Wash Post
Tesla: Detroit Fights Innovation Again - The Editors, Bloomberg View
Thursday, October 23
'Copper Plans' Won't Fix Obamacare - Ramesh Ponnuru, Bloomberg View
How Insurers, Businesses Duck the ACA - Tara Culp-Ressler, ThinkProgress
The Millionaire Explosion - Robert Samuelson, Washington Post
A Constitutional Congress? - Christopher DeMuth Sr., Weekly Standard
Blended Families Pose Challenges for States - Teresa Wiltz, Stateline
Texas and Voter ID: SCOTUS Got It Wrong - Andrew Cohen, LA Times
The Poll Tax That Wasn't - Rich Lowry, Politico Magazine
Our Disturbingly Segregated Schools - Janie Boschma, National Journal
The CDC's New Ebola Plan - Jonathan Cohn, The New Republic
For Whose Jobs Will the Robots Come First? - Jordan Weissman | Adam Ozimek
The Seeds of a New Labor Movement - Harold Meyerson, American Prospect
Essays on Character and Opportunity - Reeves et al., Brookings Institution
Net Neutrality and Pro-Competition Regulations - Timothy B. Lee, Vox
Wednesday, October 22
The Case for Soaking the Rich - Bryce Covert, ThinkProgress
Inheritance and Inequality - Edward N. Wolff, Project Syndicate
Rich Whites Try to Secede From Baton Rouge - Diana Eromosele, The Root
Obamacare Continues To Hurt Employment - John R. Graham, Daily Caller
Medicaid Expansion and the ACA: Separable? - Jason Millman, Wash Post
Police Killings, Race, and Age - Robert VerBruggen, RealClearPolicy
Are Mass Shootings on the Rise? - Dylan Matthews, Vox
Gay Marriage: Sex Discrimination? - Sherif Girgis | Ilya Somin
Introducing the 'Quantified Community' - Brian Libby, CityLab
Education: Stuck in the Manufacturing Age - Joan Duffell, Pacific Standard
Solutions to the Retirement Non-Crisis - Andrew Biggs, RCM
The New Challenge to Market Democracies - William A. Galston, Brookings
Visa Ban: Better Than a Travel Ban - Emma Roller, National Journal
Tuesday, October 21
We Need a Constitutional Right to Vote - Matthew Yglesias, Vox
Gay Marriage and the Secular Inquisition - Rob Tracinski, The Federalist
Why Atlantic City Is Dying - George Anastasia, Politico Magazine
Is Obamacare Really 'Paid For'? - Robert E. Moffit, The Hill
Yes, the Fed Can Reduce Inequality - Jared Bernstein, Washington Post
Yellen Shouldn't Focus on Inequality - Diana Furchtgott-Roth, MarketWatch
Managing Water for the Future - Sarah Goodyear, Next City
How to Compare Productivity With Compensation - Scott Winship, Forbes
Is There Hope for W.Va. Without Coal? - Jeff Young, Grist
We Need 'Altruism Exchanges' for Kidneys - Eric Posner, Slate
Death With Dignity: The Least Slippery Slope - Froma Harrop, Creators
New York's Goldman Sachs Deal - Iliya Atanasov, Public Sector Inc.

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