Month: August 2010

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This story, making the rounds on Twitter, is indeed remarkable: When Emily Cooper headed off to first grade in Moody, Ala., last week, she was prepared with all the stuff on her elementary school’s must-bring list: two double rolls of paper towels, three packages of Clorox wipes, three boxes of baby wipes, two boxes of […]

‘Roid Outrage

On August 23, 2010

Given that this particular manifestation of the War On (Some Classes of People Who Use Some) Drugs has resulted in another federal prosecution, this research by Eric Walker couldn’t be more esse

Well, I’m back now, and most of what I learned about network analysis will not interest LGM readers, but I did manage to do a few cool things with my human security data while I was in Bloomington. Just in case anyone wants to see some pretty pictures and why I found them interesting for […]


On August 22, 2010

Shorter Andrew McCarthy: As Newt Gingrich pointed out, the exclusionary, authoritarian practices of Saudi Arabia provide a better model for religious tolerance and pluralism than the Constitution of t

I’m on the road so off the grid not infrequently, but I’ve settled down for a couple days in time to see the new Economist / YouGov poll on attitudes towards the proposed Cordoba House, and while amusing, it doesn’t really surprise. Some highlights: 14% of Americans believe that mosques should not be permitted anywhere […]
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