RealClearPolicy Morning Edition
Saturday, December 20The NLRB May Redefine 'Employees'
- Danielle Kurtzleben, VoxSay Goodbye to the Family Doctor
- Joel Zinberg, City JournalLaser Toys: Not Always Child's Play
- Food and Drug AdministrationSkills-Based Education and the Inequality Puzzle
- Carrie Sheffield, ForbesHow Bad Would an IRS Shutdown Be?
- Rachael Bade, Politico MagazineWall Street Is Dismantling Financial Reform
- David Dayen, New RepublicDon't Sweat the Dodd-Frank Rollback
- Jill Priluck, SlateCuomo's Pointless Fracking Ban
- The Editors, Investors.comEPA: Coal Ash No Worse Than Trash
- Kristen Lombardi, Public IntegrityObama and Immigration: Five Facts
- Silva Mathema & Philip Wolgin, CAPReligious Diversity and Economic Development
- Richard Florida, CityLabSizing Up the College Rating System
- Kevin Carey, New York Times
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Friday, December 19Obama Gives Voter ID Laws a Boost
- Francis Barry, Bloomberg ViewHigher Deductibles Should Be Welcomed
- Feyman & Guo, RealClearPolicyThe Problem With Economics: An Exchange
- New York Review of BooksMiddle Class: Doing Better Than We Think?
- Michael Fletcher, Wash PostGetting Originalism Back on Track: A Debate
- Library of Law & LibertyArlington's Streetcar Is Dead. Now What?
- Rachel Kaufman, Next CityMass Common Core Repeal Ahead?
- Emmanuel Felton, Hechinger ReportThe Government Should Backstop Sony
- Jonathan Chait, New YorkWorkers' Slice of the Pie Hasn't Changed
- Scott Winship, ForbesShould the Government Rate Colleges?
- Robert Kelchen, Politico MagazineMental Illness and Gun Violence
- Kirchner & Metzl, Pacific Standard
Thursday, December 18Public Pensions: America's Greece?
- The EconomistFixing the Way We Pay for Schools
- Lisette Partelow, ThinkProgress'Broken Windows' Reduces Incarceration
- Heather Mac Donald, TimeD.C.'s Stadium Subsidy Boondoggle
- Matthew Yglesias, VoxInflation Basically Does Not Exist
- Paul R. La Monica, CNN MoneyWhy the Fed Should Follow Rules
- Alexander W. Salter, RealClearPolicyD.C.'s Silver Line Slog
- Ethan Epstein, City Journal
Workers Struggle to Keep Up With Robots - Claire Cain Miller
| Reihan SalamWall Street Prepares a Dodd-Frank Assault
- Peter Schroeder, The HillThe Laffer Curve at 40
- Arthur B. Laffer, Investors.comCoal, an Outlaw Enterprise
- Robert F. Kennedy Jr., New York TimesThe Death Penalty's Getting More Expensive
- Maurice Chammah, Marshall
Wednesday, December 17Judicial Activism and Obama's Immigration Order
- John Yoo, NROHigher Ed: As the Bubble Bursts
- Thomas K. Lindsay, RealClearPolicyAre 'Works Councils' a Good Idea?
- Douglas Williams, In These TimesAbolish Police Unions
- Will Wilkinson, The DishThe War on the IRS
- Howard Gleckman, TaxVoxDo Amnesties Boost Unlawful Immigration?
- Alex Nowrasteh, CatoIn L.A., Density That Doesn't Overwhelm
- Deborah Glenn, CityLabUnion Elections Make Cuba's Seem Fair
- Diana Furchtgott-Roth, RCMThe Law That Dooms the Sandy Hook Lawsuit
- John Culhane, SlateCan Sony Sue Media Outlets?
- Eugene Volokh, Volokh ConspiracyHow Republicans Could Stymie Net Neutrality
- Nancy Scola, Wash PostA Planet of Suburbs
- The Economist
Tuesday, December 16Declining Cities, Declining Unions
- Colin Gordon, DissentSCOTUS on Police Stops: Two Key Details
- Robert VerBruggen, RCPolicySmall Businesses Drop Coverage
- Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health NewsIs a Gun Maker to Blame for Sandy Hook?
- Jacob Sullum, ReasonHow Low Is the Same-Sex Divorce Rate?
- Andrew Gelman, Wash PostA Tech Agenda for the GOP
- Derek Khanna, Washington ExaminerWe Could See More Droughts Like California's
- Christie Aschwanden, 538'Urban Acupuncture' Comes to America
- Alan Ehrenhalt, GoverningJudicial Activism: Libertarians vs. Conservatives
- Ilya Somin, VolokhSetting a Limit on Global Warming
- Justin Gillis, New York TimesDoes 'Predictive Policing' Work?
- Christopher Moraff, Next CityWhat We Learned About Crime in 2014
- Matt Taylor, Vice
Monday, December 15The CRomnibus's Assault on Pensions
- Lambert Strether, Naked CapitalismWorking-Class Families' Devastation
- Bradford Wilcox, FederalistThe Dueling Data on Campus Rape
- Dana Goldstein, Marshall ProjectGruber Matters, at Least a Little
- Seth Chandler, ACA Death SpiralHow Other Countries Pay for Nursing Care
- Sarah Kliff, VoxMortgage Binges and Hangovers
- Steve Chapman, Chicago TribuneHow Common Is Child Labor in the U.S.?
- Alana Semuels, The AtlanticSmotherers of Innovation
- Steven Malanga, City JournalCRomnibus: Hold Your Noses
- Ruth Marcus, Washington PostNLRB's Christmas Gift to Unions
- Sean Higgins, Washington ExaminerHow Google, Apple Make Taxes Disappear
- David Johnston, NewsweekUnited We Distrust
- Scott Rasmussen, CreatorsHow Minimum Wage Destroyed 1.4 Million Jobs
- Stan Veuger, RCM
Saturday, December 13America's Middle Class Is Lost
- Jim Tankersley, Washington PostDemographic Changes Threaten Pensions
- Steven Greenhut, ReasonHalf of All Kids Are Traumatized
- Olga Khazan, The AtlanticHow the Recession Affected the Family
- Philip Cohen, The ConversationJustice and Fairness in Campus Rape Cases
- Room for Debate, NYTThe Racial Wealth Gap Widens
- Rakesh Kochhar & Richard Fry, PewInternet Policies We Can All Support
- Eli Dourado & Danielle Kehl, VoxInsurance Subsidies Help Everyone
- Matthew Martin, Incidental EconomistDoes Income Inequality Harm Growth?
- James Pethokoukis, NewsweekThe Case for a Financial Transaction Tax
- Sean McElwee, Huffington PostDon't Treat the Internet Like a Public Utility
- Litan & Singer, USA TodayBlinded by 'Light Pollution'
- Elizabeth Daigneau, Governing
Friday, December 12The Vanishing Male Worker
- Binyamin Appelbaum, New York TimesThere Is No Retirement Crisis
- Ramesh Ponnuru, Bloomberg ViewThe Difficulty of Sex Assault Statistics
- Tara Culp-Ressler, ThinkProgressFive Shady Things in the Spending Deal
- Andrew Prokop, Vox'CRomnibus': Bursting at the Seams
- Timothy P. Carney, DC ExaminerThe Myth That Mass Transit Attracts Crime
- Eric Jaffe, CityLabReforming the Way We Pay for Drugs
- Yevgeniy Feyman, ForbesBeyond the Welfare State
- Peter Frase, JacobinInequality and the American Child
- Joseph E. Stiglitz, Project SyndicateAll About That Wall Street Giveaway
- Erika Eichelberger, Mother JonesDetroit's 50-Year Plan
- Liz Farmer, GoverningObamacare Enrollment Is Brisk
- Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News
Thursday, December 11The Funding Bill's Big Losers
- Nasaw & McGill, Wall Street JournalSpending Bill: 5 Things the Left Will Hate
- Henry Decker, National MemoDefeat the Omnibus
- The Editors, National Review OnlineMedicaid Expands, Doctors Face a Pay Cut
- Jason Millman, Wash PostSuburbs: The Geography That Won't Die
- Joel Kotkin, ForbesRace and Police Killings Reconsidered
- Robert VerBruggen, RealClearPolicyWhat's Owed to Pregnant Workers?
- Melissa Braunstein, Family StudiesWorcester, Mass.: Free Speech Battleground
- Aarian Marshall, CityLabWhen Cops Can Use Neck Holds
- Kaveh Waddell, National JournalNew York City's Crime Drop Is Real
- Heather Mac Donald, City JournalL.A.'s Plan to Shame Johns
- The Editors, Los Angeles TimesHow Much Crime Goes Unreported?
- Dara Lind, Vox
Wednesday, December 10Segregation and Integration: Parable of the Polygons
- Hart & CaseCulture and Achievement
- Kay S. Hymowitz, City JournalWhat's in the Spending Bill?
- Ed O'Keefe, Washington PostHere's What 'Climate Fairness' Would Cost
- Ronald Bailey, ReasonThe 1986 Immigration Law vs. Obama's Program
- D'Vera Cohn, PewTax Reform: Consumption and Carbon
- Mackie & Campbell, RCPolicyNet Neutrality: Wheeler's Sisyphean Task
- Shawn McCoy, Inside SourcesOur Internet's Expensive (and It's Getting Worse)
- John McDuling, QuartzA Partisan CBO Would Be DOA
- The Editors, Bloomberg ViewIn Defense of Jon Gruber
- John C. Goodman, ForbesWho Wants to Buy a Politician?
- Binyamin Appelbaum, NY Times MagazineNontraditional Mortgages: Key to the Crisis?
- Arnold Kling, US News