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5 Ways to Turn a Liberal Into a Conservative (At Least Until the Hangover Sets In)
In one study condition, they had to see the term and respond to it in about 1.5 seconds; in the other condition ... Aristotle famously wrote that “man is by nature a political animal.” Perhaps it’s ab... read more
Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day
I strive to do this on my family blog and I encourage you to join me by taking a few moments each evening to jot down five to 10 things for which you’re grateful. Maybe it’s the way a woman helped you ... read more
Updated Win-Loss Projections for Every NBA Team at Quarter-Season Mark
Their top setup man, rookie Emmanuel Mudiay, is coughing up 4.9 turnovers per 36 minutes. This is ... it might take years for anyone to make it competitive. The Phoenix Suns aren't necessarily stuck o... read more
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Ohio State Attack: ISIS Calls Student Perpetrator a 'Soldier of the Islamic State'
In a Facebook update Artan posted before the attack, the young man—who became a legal permanent resident ... had been taken to the hospital with injuries, including one in critical condition. In addit... read more
Scottsdale baby nearly drowns
He had been in the water for a couple of minutes ... Fire Department. The mom called 911 at 6:23 p.m. and was instructed how to do CPR over the phone, Falevitch said. The boy was flown to Phoenix Chil... read more
Fall is the time to prepare your home for winter
before returning to his native New Jersey to join the family business, Man Around the House ... may be fine for three minutes a day, but what if you have guests coming?" Jon Wittmaack said. "Your show... read more
What does it say that most of the 10 poorest states are Republican?
And the list doesn't even include Texas, where Rick Perry is governor and one in five people lives in poverty. In a piece on CNN.com, Roland Martin writes Republicans expect to win all 10 of these sta... read more
Could an anti-global warming atmospheric spraying program really work?
It would also be remarkably inexpensive, at an average of around $2 to 2.5 billion per year over the first 15 years." The researchers confirm earlier studies that discuss the low direct costs of poten... read more
War Has Deep Roots in Human Nature, But It’s Not Inevitable
This last clause is critical: alter the environmental context, and you may alter the expression of a given phenomenon. Pestilence, war, and famine are as old as human history. Slavery has been ubiquit... read more
In Fla., Palin Goes for the Rough Stuff as Audience Boos Obama
"Now it turns out, one of his earliest supporters is a man named Bill Ayers," Palin said. "Boooo!" said the crowd. "And, according to the New York Times, he was a domestic terrorist and part of a grou... read more
Can ‘D+’ in infrastructure lead to ‘A’ in economics?
When the American Society of Civil Engineers gave American infrastructure a D+ “report card” this year, maybe the United States should have been proud of its first improved grade in 15 years. But movi... read more
Should U.S. space program be priority in budget crisis?
Lockheed Martin spent about $16 million on lobbyists, and its PAC donated more than $3.5 million in 2009 and 2010. You want to know who really runs the country? Here’s my question to you: Should the U ... read more