May 13, 2009 12:30PM

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  • In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn explains how the current tax crackdown could deepen the country’s economic woes.
  • In the Washington Examiner, Gene Healy discusses Wanda Sykes’ speech at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and the lost pastime of making fun of the president.
  • Nat Hentoff cries foul on the new “hate crimes” legislation that is currently advancing through Congress.
  • On NPR​.org, Michael Cannon explains why 2009 will not be a good year for health care reform.
  • At National Review online, Jerry Taylor contends that Jack Kemp’s political career ultimately did the cause of limited government more harm than good.
  • In Wednesday’s Cato Daily Podcast, Mark A. Calabria discusses the president’s plan for regulating credit card companies.
  • Watch Chris Edwards on CNN discussing why the pay gap between government and private workers is rapidly growing wider.