Bill Brown presents An Inconvenient Uncertainty posted at bblog. Getting a handle on the state of science, not consensus.
Stella presents Lybrel: A study in wasted resources posted at ReasonPharm. The FDA and a discussion how it affects prescriptions and insurance coverage.
Rational Jenn presents Compulsory Education Versus Compulsory Attendance posted at Rational Jenn. What the government can and can't mandate (as opposed to should, of course).
Craig Ceely presents The politics -- and economics -- of Prohibition posted at The Anger of Compassion. How can economics drive politics?
Aaron presents The Tie posted at Thought Laboratory. Swimming against the tide (no pun, right?) of casual dress.
Flibbert presents Doggess, Please posted at Flibbertigibbet. A post discussing the recent NYC council attempts. Not for the faint-of-heart when it comes to vulgarities. I definitely learned at least one new term!
I present Another Article Attacking a Neo-Atheist and Promoting Religion posted at Kim's Play Place. I have spent time looking at articles about the slew of recent anti-religion books and articles in response. I do not have the arguments in this debate down pat. In checking out this article, though, something struck me. The true division between the "new" atheists and religion is shown. And I've seen it somewhere before....
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