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And again…

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On March 31, 2008
Prisons are a feminist issue. Last week, the Supreme Court let stand a ruling from the Arizona Supreme Court that requires prisons to provide transportation for incarcerated women seeking abortions. It’s a blow to America’s Toughest Sheriff (TM) Joe Arpaio, who makes his male wards wear pink underwear because he believes that it feminizes them […]

Remember Kids, Correlation does Not Equal Causation

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On January 21, 2008
It’s a simple rule of middle school math: correlation does not equal causation. So why is it that when it comes to pregnancy, reporters, doctors and researchers let this simple dictum go right out of their heads? Exhibit A: a new study released this weekend shows that there may be a correlation between caffeine intake […]

Faldui vs. Pollsters

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On January 15, 2008

Susan Faludi, she of Backlash and Stiffed, is mad at the pollsters for their failure to understand American women. And she’s not going to take it any more. In an LA Times column today, Faludi tr

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