[Ed Note: Most of these were featured previously. I’ve places the ones that are not reruns at the top.]
The teacher shortage may be making a comeback.
Most sheriffs and police chiefs are on board with concealed carry. Granted, most serve over rural areas (Los Angeles County and Beaverhead County each get one sheriff) and that skews the numbers.
Maybe WASP values had their place, and we’re less than we could be without them.
We’ll have to pass the bill before we know what’s in it, of course, but some are concerned that Hillary Clinton’s tuition plan may backfire.
Are video games taking young men out of the workforce? Well, that’s better than turning them into psycho-murderers I guess? Anyway, some serious reflection on the voluntarily unemployed.
Branko Milanovic looks at populism in the international context, from Trump to Putin. And China!
The people of Windsor, Canada, are living with an unpleasant sound possibly coming from an industrial island, but no one is sure what to do about it.
You guys are going to get tired about links about brutalism, but I’m not going to get tired of sharing them. But save it for the buildings and not
Brutalism for architecture yes, but websites, please.
Things like this aren’t really helping the pro-immigration cause. Or maybe they are, if they do successfully convince people reoffend rates are lower than they evidently are.
Economists investigated the notion that sex tends to make people happy by trying to encourage some couples to have more sex, and it did not make them happier.
Pork rectums, it turns out, need to be deboned and inverted before they can be sold.
Given that a lot of sign language is spoken-language related, and that some of the affectations used in sign language relate to culture, it’s not surprising that sign language isn’t global.
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