Levi Cooper (Bar-Ilan): The Assimilation of Tikkun Olam. Jonathan Rossing (IUPU): Critical Race Humor in a Postracial Moment: Richard Pryor's Contemporary Parrhesia; Trumping Tropes with Joke(r)s: The Daily Show Plays the Race Card; and Prudence and Racial Humor: Troubling Epithets. Matthias Remenyi (FU Berlin): Death as the Limit to Life and Thought: A Thanatological Outline. From Playboy, Jeff Bercovici interviews Nick Denton on Gawker, crowdsourcing and Kinja. James Kwak on the prosecution that isn’t happening. Conservative group tries to get back to its policy roots: Heritage Action hosts first Conservative Policy Summit after drawing fire from the House Republican leadership. Elizabeth Warren vs. the neoliberals: Michael Lind on the battle over Americans’ retirement security. John Nauright on selling nations to the world through sports: Mega-events and nation branding as global diplomacy. From First Things, Dana Gioia on the Catholic writer today. Wolfgang Grassl on how diversity is not a Catholic value. Lisa Appignanesi reviews Stay: A History of Suicide and the Philosophies Against It by Jennifer Michael Hech. Hillary vs. the 99%: Michael I. Niman on the looming battle for the soul of the Democratic Party. Forget the GDP: Some states have found a better way to measure our progress. ADHD does not exist: An illness cannot be defined by it's symptoms, but for decades, that's what's happened. David Weigel on the Wonderful World of Koch, and the good it does for Republicans. A major contribution in understanding human society: Herbert Gintis reviews A Natural History of Human Thinking by Michael Tomasello.