A history of Decoration Day
Here's a story of a paratrooper who survived
The Problem with Certainty
A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers - Decades of early research on the genetics of depression were built on nonexistent foundations. How did that happen?
“What bothers me isn’t just that people said [the gene] mattered and it didn’t,” wrote the pseudonymous blogger Scott Alexander in a widely shared post. “It’s that we built whole imaginary edifices on top of this idea of [it] mattering.” Researchers studied how SLC6A4 affects emotion centers in the brain, how its influence varies in different countries and demographics, and how it interacts with other genes. It’s as if they’d been “describing the life cycle of unicorns, what unicorns eat, all the different subspecies of unicorn, which cuts of unicorn meat are tastiest, and a blow-by-blow account of a wrestling match between unicorns and Bigfoot,” Alexander wrote.
17 years of Powerline
The Problem with Business Casual Attire
The thesis of her feminist book is based on a misundertanding of a legal term
SEX robots powered by high-speed internet including 5G will make them “indistinguishable” from humans
RACISM: IS THERE ANYTHING IT CAN’T DO?
Why the Elites Look Down on Manual Labor
Mark Meadows: The Democrats Are Raging in Panic Because "There is information coming that will curl your hair"
In Latest Transcript Release NY FBI Asst Dir Sweeney Tosses Comey Under Bus — And Has No Idea What Happened to Weiner Laptop
Surber: The press serves the Deep State
MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace Asks O’Rourke: ‘What Can We Do Better’ To Cover Your Campaign
Timing is everything, and timing explains President Trump’s decision to finally pull the ripcord and open the Obama administration’s bag of dirty tricks.
Centrist bloc loses majority in EU vote as Greens and euroskeptics gain, early results show
German official warns Jews against wearing skullcaps in public amid spike in anti-Semitism