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What We’re Reading Today: Climate Policies Hurt Poor, Bernie’s Ethnocide Insouciance, Mocking Conservative Students … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Public Policy

Democrats Tried To ‘Blackmail’ Casino Owner To Let Employees Unionize, Conservative Group Claims — Roll Call

Climate Policies Bite Poor Consumers And Frustrate Politicians Without Much Wider Impact — American Enterprise Institute

A Truly Populist Social Security Reform — Veronique de Rugy, Reason

Matters Of Faith

Wisconsin Democrats Want To Hear Your Confession — Acton Institute

Why HillFaith? — HillFaith

Getting Beyond Darwin — First Things


Will ’80s Stance On ‘Ethnocide’ Harm Sanders With Native Americans? — RealClearPolitics

The Real Reason They Behave Hypocritically On Climate Change Is Because They Want To — Forbes

Castro, Steyer Join Pledge Opposing Keystone XL Pipeline — Fox News

On Campus

Uncovered Emails Show University of Kentucky Employees Mocking Conservative Students — Campus Reform

Students Could Still Get In Trouble For Offending Their Peers Under Newly Revised Speech Code — The College Fix

Restoring A Great Intellectual Tradition To America’s Campuses — George Leef

The Collapse Of English Lit At Columbia — PowerLine


Corporate Happy Talk And The Duty of Shareholder Loyalty — Walter Olson, Cato Institute

Is Joe Okay? Biden Adds Two More Iowa Flubs To The Growing List — Legal Insurrection

Politicians Don’t Seem To Laugh At Themselves As Much Anymore — The Conversation

Dear Mayor de Blasio: An open Letter To Our Hapless Presidential Candidate — Michael Goodwin, New York Post

More Poor People Are Eating Better, So They’ll Live Longer, Which Is Bad For ‘Climate Change‘ — The Pirate’s Cove

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