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Supreme Court upholds ban on affirmative action in college admissions  —  The Supreme Court delivered another setback to affirmative action Tuesday, easing the way for states to bar public colleges from considering race in admissions.  —  The 6-2 decision upheld a Michigan constitutional amendment …
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Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Supreme Court Upholds Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban  —  WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a Michigan voter initiative that banned racial preferences in admissions to the state's public universities.  —  In earlier cases, including one from June concerning the University of Texas …
Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
No stopping Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg  —  Midway through Monday's arguments at the Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg appeared to be fading.  —  She was looking down at her case material, her head resting in her hand, her face just a few inches above the desk.
Discussion: The Hugh Hewitt Show
David G. Savage / Los Angeles Times:
Supreme Court seems inclined to bolster truth-in-labeling laws  —  High court justices take a dim view of Coca-Cola's selling juice labeled as pomegranate-blueberry that is mostly apple and grape juice.  —  Pom Wonderful, which says its product contains 100% pomegranate juice …
Discussion: The Week
Richard Wolf / Associated Press:
Justices approve state bans on affirmative action
Steve Pokin / Springfield News-Leader:
Marionville mayor resigns  —  Marionville Mayor Dan Clevenger resigned Monday night for making anti-Semitic comments in the wake of the arrest of white supremacist Frazier Glenn Miller and after aldermen voted 4-1 to start the impeachment process.  —  Clevenger, 59, said he was personally hurt …
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Catherine Thompson / Talking Points Memo:
Mayor Who ‘Kind Of Agreed’ With Alleged Jewish Center Shooter Resigns
Discussion: Mediaite
Jaimie Etkin / BuzzFeed:
Aaron Sorkin Wants To Apologize To Everyone About “The Newsroom”  —  “I think you and I got off on the wrong foot with The Newsroom and I apologize and I'd like to start over,” the creator told an audience at a Tribeca Film Festival event on Monday.  —  Aaron Sorkin with Jon Favreau at the Tribeca Film Festival on Monday, April 21.
Charles Murray / AEIdeas:
An open letter to the students of Azusa Pacific University  —  I was scheduled to speak to you tomorrow.  I was going to talk about my new book, “The Curmudgeon's Guide to Getting Ahead,” and was looking forward to it.  But it has been “postponed.”  Why?  An email from your president …
Agence France-Presse:
Kerry: ‘It was easier’ in Cold War  —  Washington (AFP) - Secretary of State John Kerry attested Tuesday to the massively complex challenges Washington faces in Ukraine, Russia, Iran and the Middle East, declaring “it was easier” during the Cold War.  —  In a candid moment during …
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Washington Post:
President Obama, disregarding his own red line, dithers on Ukraine
Paul Gatling / Northwest Arkansas Business Journal:
John Boozman Undergoes Emergency Heart Surgery  —  U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-Arkansas) is recovering in a Rogers hospital after undergoing heart surgery Tuesday morning.  —  Boozman, 63, was taken to the Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas emergency room by ambulance.
CNN:
First on CNN: 15 cities in running for 2016 Democratic Convention  —  Washington (CNN) - The Democratic Party has asked 15 mayors to submit formal bids to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention, an event that could cost a city as much as $60 million but the payout could be triple the investment or more.
New York Times:
Who Will Win The Senate? … Every day, our computer churns through the latest polls and reams of historical data to calculate both parties' chances of winning control of the Senate.  Although the Democrats currently have a 51 percent chance, that doesn't mean we're predicting the Democrats …
Daniel Shuchman / Wall Street Journal:
Thomas Piketty Revives Marx for the 21st Century  —  An 80% tax rate on incomes above $500,000 is not meant to bring in money for education or benefits, but ‘to put an end to such incomes.’  —  Thomas Piketty likes capitalism because it efficiently allocates resources.  But he does not like how it allocates income.
Discussion: TheBlaze.com
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Dean Baker / The Huffington Post:
Economic Policy in a Post-Piketty World
Discussion: The Dish
Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
Romney gives $10,000 to McDonnell's legal defense fund  —  Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, has made a personal donation of $10,000 to former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell's legal defense fund, a Romney aide confirmed Tuesday.  —  McDonnell and his wife …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and OnPolitics
Alex Roarty / The Atlantic Online:
The Class War Inside the Republican Party  —  It took David Perdue about 20 seconds of speechifying to expose a tension roiling the Republican Party.  Speaking in January, the former business executive turned Georgia candidate for U.S. Senate asked a group of local Republicans to parse the resumes of his primary foes.
Lydia Saad / Gallup:
One in Four in U.S. Are Solidly Skeptical of Global Warming  —  Nearly 40% are “Concerned Believers” in global warming, others are mixed  —  PRINCETON, NJ — Over the past decade, Americans have clustered into three broad groups on global warming.  The largest, currently describing 39% of U.S. adults …
Julia O'Donoghue / New Orleans Times-Picayune:
Lawmaker pulls bill to make Holy Bible Louisiana's official state book  —  The Louisiana House of Representatives was scheduled to take up a bill to declare the Holy Bible that official state book on Monday evening.  —  Rep. Thomas Carmody, R-Shreveport, scrapped his proposal to make the Holy Bible …
Darren Goode / Politico:
Horses, teepees arrive on Mall for Keystone protest  —  Horses, Daryl Hannah, sacred fires and Neil Young — these are some of the things you'll see on the National Mall starting Tuesday as part of the latest protest against the Keystone XL pipeline.  —  The “Reject and Protect” …
Discussion: Taylor Marsh
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Timothy Cama / The Hill:   Green groups push Earth Day agenda
Tom Kludt / Talking Points Memo:
Media Matters Chief Tells Sharyl Attkisson To Put Up Or Shut Up  —  The head of Media Matters for America challenged former CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson on Monday to produce evidence that the liberal media watchdog has been paid to target her.  —  “Professional journalists …
Sally Kohn / The Daily Beast:
The GOP's Limp ‘Emasculate Obama’ Ploy  —  Republicans can mock Obama for having a ‘manhood problem,’ but they're woefully out of touch with the new masculinity.  —  Out and about this weekend, I saw no less than three men who appeared to be heterosexual wearing little buns on the tops of their heads.
Brian Ries / Mashable:
American Journalist With Vice News Captured in Eastern Ukraine  —  Vice journalist Simon Ostrovsky has been taken by militia in Eastern Ukraine, Mashable has learned.  —  The reporter for Vice News, who has been filing a series of compelling video dispatches from Ukraine since early March …
Abby Goodnough / New York Times:
Looking at Costs and Risks, Many Skip Health Insurance  —  LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Steve Huber, an affable salesman who is still paying off an unexpected medical bill, was not among the millions of Americans who signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act during the enrollment period that ended March 31.
Discussion: Fox News, Hit & Run and Althouse
Jim Stinson / AL.com:
Alabama Rep. Steve Hurst uses large handgun as parade float (and barbecue)  —  TALLADEGA — Alabama Rep. Steve Hurst wants you to know he is for gun rights.  —  The District 35 Republican from Talladega gets his message across at parades in a very unmistakable way: He uses a giant revolver as a parade float.
 
 
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New York Times:
The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World's Richest
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Reuters:
Exclusive: U.S. force in Afghanistan may be cut to less than 10,000 troops
Discussion: Weekly Standard, Lawfare and The Week
Abby Livingston / Roll Call:
Republicans Spend Millions on TV in Primary for Trey Radel Seat
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Tony Merevick / BuzzFeed:
Smith College Students Continue Fight Over “Discriminatory” Policy On Transgender Applicants
Emily Schultheis / Politico:
Allyson Schwartz ad touts Obamacare in Pennsylvania
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Michael Daly / The Daily Beast:
How Chicago Became ‘Chiraq’
Richard Pérez-Peña / New York Times:
Student Loans Can Suddenly Come Due When Co-Signers Die, a Report Finds
Discussion: The Raw Story
Lynn Vavreck / New York Times:
The Myth of Swing Voters in Midterm Elections
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Morning Plum: What does ‘running on Obamacare’ look like?
Walter Hamilton / Los Angeles Times:
Moving in with parents becomes more common for the middle-aged
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Gregory Korte / OnPolitics:
IRS revokes group's tax exemption over anti-Clinton statements
 

 
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