Nadja Dwenger (Max Planck), Dorothea Kubler (WZB), and Georg Weizsacker (Humboldt): Flipping a Coin: Theory and Evidence. Jasmine E. Harris (American): Cultural Collisions and the Affordable Care Act. Benghazi and the Bombshell: Lara Logan was a controversial boon for 60 Minutes until her discredited Libya story — can the show afford to take her back? Shavana Musa reviews Hostages in the Middle Ages by Adam Kosto. Peak GOP “voter fraud” fraud? GOP vote scheme finally imploding. The first chapter from The NSA Report: Liberty and Security in a Changing World by the President's Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies by Richard Clarke, Michael Morell, Geoffrey Stone, Cass Sunstein and Peter Swire. Lizzie Widdicombe on the end of food: Has a tech entrepreneur come up with a product to replace our meals? (and more) Look who the folks who took down ACORN are targeting now: Right-wing operatives with links to big retailers going after worker centers like the Restaurant Opportunities Center. Good flag, bad flag: Ted Kaye, editor of Raven: A Journal of Vexillology, on how to design a great flag. Opprescious: Rightbloggers claim Condi Rice, themselves victims of liberal fascists. Austin Carson on how pretending that leaked information is secret hurts democratic debate. Kevin Roose on 10 parts of Tim Geithner’s Stress Test that won’t give you financial crisis PTSD. Americans simply don't care about peace in the Middle East: Can we really blame the president for not putting the full weight of his office behind the collapsing peace talks? East Ukraine just voted on autonomy and no one knows what comes next.