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Does Laughing at ‘Daily Show’ Clips Blind Us to Democrats’ Follies?
Posted on Aug 12, 2014
Though poking fun at right wingers is amusing, a Salon writer argues that it gets Democrats off the hook; Israeli media are “waking up” to the devastation in Gaza and to international criticism; meanwhile, an IBM chip has been developed that works similarly to human brains. These discoveries and more below.
Do Dogs Get That Eureka! Feeling?
The Gaza Conflict Has Become New York’s Great Conversational Taboo
Ever Wonder Who’s Raking in the Dough on the Small Screen?
Jon Stewart Is Not Enough
Redheads Are More Common in Commercials Than in Real Life
Why the ‘Libertarian Moment’ Isn’t Really Happening
Sexual Mores in Iran: Official Report Blows the Lid Off the Secret World of Sex
Israeli Media Wakes Up to Gaza Destruction, Criticism
From Peyote to Sex: Religious Liberty Fight Recast
U.S. Evangelicals Cheer on Latin American Culture Wars
The Story Behind the Ancient Map That Invented Red and Blue States
Tales of the Cities: The Progressive Vision of Urban America
Human Exodus May Have Reached China 100,000 Years Ago
The Growing Pay Gap Between Journalism and Public Relations
Dahr Jamail: Open Source Farming
Left-wing U.K. Jewish Groups Thrive During Israel’s Gaza War
How the ‘Long Shadow’ of Family Background Helps Determine Which Children Succeed
IBM Chip Processes Data Similar to the Way Your Brain Does
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