George K. Yin (Virginia): Reforming (and Saving) the IRS by Respecting the Public's Right to Know. Caroline Shepard (Mississippi): “Natural” Food Labeling: False Advertising and the First Amendment. James Dwyer (Upstate): How I Got Pregnant. Can Michael Bloomberg really build a gun-control lobby bigger than the NRA? Emily Badger wonders. Harry Reid calls Bundy supporters “domestic terrorists” (not Gandhians). Unusual politics: Karuna Mantena reviews The Gandhian Moment by Ramin Jahanbegloo. Data journalism, Obamacare, and the elusive quest for fairness: Jonathan Chait on why the new data journalism really is partisan. Dylan Matthews on coming out as a porn star: Fifteen porn stars tell Vox the story of how they told their family, friends and partners about their career. That's right, America has been brainwashed gay-friendly — and you thought Will & Grace was just a funny TV show! A lot of people might dislike the invocations of "privilege" that seem so endless these days, but it's a real thing — and it's everywhere. You are too much: Hannah Black on how the Overly Attached Girlfriend’s desire isn’t oriented towards sex or even a boyfriend; both are just means to maximal intensity of feeling. Stuart Whatley on why you should disrupt yourself (and do us all a favor). What, exactly, makes something funny? Peter McGraw and Joel Warner on a bold new attempt at a unified theory of comedy (and more and more). James Fallows on why doctors still use pen and paper: The healthcare reformer David Blumenthal explains why the medical system can’t move into the digital age.