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A Border Wall Is a Bad Idea, but So Is the "Border Security" Democrats Say They Want

They say no to a wall but yes to the basic immigration status quo, one that harshly limits the number of legal migrants from Mexico and other Central American countries, forces employers into the role ... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

That doesn’t mean that I don’t think others are good gift-buyers or that I expect them to put the same amount of thought that I do into the process, it just means that all those years ago, I was tough ... read more

Matrix of Biometrics

Fingerprints were used as signature as early as the 3rd century BC in China. It wasn’t until late ... technology links our biological data to computer programmes. Many argue that this opens the doors ... read more

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Ignore IQ Tests: Your Level of Intelligence Is Not Fixed for Life

Such research feeds into a long-held fascination with testing human intelligence. Yet such debates are too focused on IQ as a lifelong trait that can’t be changed. Other research is beginning to show ... read more


THE MOST FASCINATING IDEAS FOR 1991

Business, in turn, needs visions ... are converging into a single huge industry. The reason: Once signals from phones, television, and information services are translated into digital form, they are, ... read more

Maier ’17: The white privilege of cows

Rather, wealth, poverty, privilege, marginalization and oppression are very much a part of us and are inextricably written into our biology and history, at least for some of us. It seems that in the r... read more

Intel Vets Challenge ‘Russia Hack’ Evidence

Independent analyst Skip Folden, who retired after 25 years as the IBM Program Manager for Information Technology, US ... and NSA seems to fit into the same agenda-driven category. It is largely based ... read more

Shitholers of the World Are Making America Great

Here's a nifty table put together by American Enterprise Institute's Mark Perry, a University of Michigan economics professor who runs the super smart blog Carpe Diem. It makes an illuminating compani... read more

I Love You, Madame Librarian

I, like probably most of you, have seen Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11. Its title is a parody of the title of Ray Bradbury’s great science fiction novel, Fahrenheit 451. This temperature 451° Fahrenh... read more

AI robots may lend hand in Japan's English classes

Far too many Japanese children are addicted to their smart-phones and "games ... National math scores and literacy are high because the methods of rote memorization lend themselves well to the myriad ... read more

Meredith Vieira to Host Daytime Talk Show

"She creates an instant connection with audiences with her smart, quick-witted and down-to-earth style ... of America's most loved television personalities." Stars who deserve a late-night talk show T... read more

Bill Nye: creationism is bad for children

Young-Earth creationism is wrong. The Universe is old. However, I’ll disagree with Bill over one thing, and I’ll throw Neil Tyson into the mix too. First, here’s something Neil said about adults, chil... read more



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