Joe Carter gives nine things you should know about adoption.
OpenBorders writes about Argentina, which has made migration a fundamental human right (almost).
Most of these redesigned license plates look a lot better than the real ones (though at least a couple might impair a license plate’s core functionality).
Eurozone membership isn’t free.
This is a pet peeve of mine. Legos are for experimentation, not following instructions. On the other hand, I know that a lot of the legos I had were originally from sets, and after a while it all blends together as instruction manuals get lost.
Here’s a 90-minute BBC movie about Texas.
Portugal is having difficulty enforcing its immigration law, with visas essentially being sold to wealthy foreigners.
Arthur Books argues that the Mormons have figured out the trick to being virtuous.
Thailand may be banning commercial surrogacy.
Kenneth Warner and Harold Pollack come up with a comprehensive gameplan to virtually end tobacco addiction, using just about every tool they can find. I disagree with some of it (smoking bans should not be an effort to get people to quit), but actually find myself agreeing with a lot of it and fascinated by other parts of it (the pH levels).
What’s up with the electrical field outside Google’s London office?
It turns out, men on a sexual hookup site behave quite superficially. I’m not sure what this has to do with men and dating in general, though.
Proof that the surveillance state sees as as a bunch of monsters.
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