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A (Mormon?) Miracle? An Obama Endorsement From the Heart of Utah
Health care ethicist, epidemiologist, and environmentalist
is, or was, a Romney fan; they seem to be calling Romney a liar, and an opportunist. It must have been hard for them to do so, but they deserve credit from calling it as they see it, even from the heart of Mormonland.
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Peter J. Ognibene
As Western Papers Suffer, D.C. Bureaus Die Out
Reviewing 2010's Pop Cultural Lessons
As we bid farewell to another year, some pop culture critics are doing more than reflecting on trends gone by -- they're speculating about what it all means. Here, the best explanations.
Down the Rabbit Hole:The Hijacking of the Edible Schoolyard
2012 James Beard Award winner and founder of PoorMansFeast.com
What is it exactly that is so threatening about the concept of in-school food and agriculture education like The Edible Schoolyard? What is it that so peeved Caitlin Flanagan in a now-famous rant in
The Media's Response to the Hamdan Trial: Due Process or Dictatorial Sideshow?
Journalist and author of "The Guantanamo Files"
What the Obama Sock Monkey Scandal Tells Us About U.S. Race Relations
Professor of sociology based in Los Angeles
After negative publicity claimed the toy was racist, the SockObama Co. offered an apology. That apology was later aggressively revoked in this letter by co-owner Elizabeth Lawson.
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