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The 95-year-old founding father passed away as the world awoke this Friday, 6th of December 2013. Nelson Mandela will not witness the global future but left us mourning but yet inspired and astonished by his life. This well
The implosion of Obamacare appears to vindicate Republican congressmen to a minimal extent. It turns the tables on the political situation of a month ago, where the government shutdown appeared to ruin Republican chances in the 2014 midterm
It came into being in response to an ideological agenda based on deception that throws common sense and sound economics out the window. An ideological agenda is one that supersedes and even ignores practicality and basic problem-solving common sense.
If tea time yesterday was at the usual hour—I'm proud to say I didn't get the invite. What's news to me is not getting invited because I "... don't know what I'm talking about with regard to tea party
Author's note: This article is Part Two of a two-part series. Part one can be accessed
Each idea sprays out of the controversial Slovenian philosopher and cultural theorist in a jet of words. He is like a water balloon, perforated in so many areas that its content gushes out in all directions. The result is that, as an interviewer,
Jan-Emmanuel De Neve (UCL), Ed Diener (Illinois), Louis Tay (Purdue), and Cody Xuereb (LSE): The Objective Benefits of Subjective Well-Being . It's dismissed out of hand by some as the preserve of "geeks" with latex swords, but those who love live-
brightlightsmycity.com) Dating sites like OKCupid let you find people whose interests, morals and life outlook are directly aligned with your own. This is probably a good thing for the health of your relationshipwho wants to argue about what religion
Two brains to rub together Genes, Cells and Brains Genes, Cells and Brains: the Promethean promises of the new biology, by Hilary Rose and Steven Rose, reviewed by Alice Bell Hilary and Steven Rose's new book is about the politics of biology, but it'
Carbon-zero flying 2 August 2013 While many of the world's best engineers, technicians and scientists spend huge amounts of time and money trying to produce more practical electric cars, some are working on electric aircraft. The interesting thing is