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U.S. Acknowledges Killing 4 Americans in Drone Strikes – NYTimes.com

U.S. Acknowledges Killing 4 Americans in Drone Strikes – NYTimes.com.

Pritzker Understated Income

  Pritzker Understated Income, Files Amended Disclosure – Bloomberg.

Robert Reich (Global Capital and the Nation State)

  Robert Reich (Global Capital and the Nation State).

U.S. Acknowledges Killing 4 Americans in Drone Strikes – NYTimes.com

U.S. Acknowledges Killing 4 Americans in Drone Strikes – NYTimes.com

U.S. Acknowledges Killing 4 Americans in Drone Strikes – NYTimes.com.

Have Dems sold out too early on immigration?

  Daily Kos: Have Dems sold out too early on immigration? Not if they want something to actually pass.

Why I’m Not a Vegan – NYTimes.com

  On my recent book tour, I spoke with a number of people about my take on a positive direction for the American diet. I’ve been semi-vegan for six years and in the book (called “VB6,” for Vegan Before 6 p.m.[1] ), I argue that this strategy, or one like it, can move us toward […]

Here’s How to Fool People Into Thinking They Know More Than They Do

Here’s How to Fool People Into Thinking They Know More Than They Do

Which do you learn more from? A presenter with good speaking skills and professional visual aids, or someone reading badly from prepared notes? Oddly enough, a team of psychologists actually decided to test this. Their test subjects, as usual, were university students: Afterwards the students answered questions about how much they felt they had learned. As expected, students who had watched the lecturer with better presentation skills expected to remember more of the material, […]

Get Rich or High Trying

Get Rich or High Trying

Image collage by Courtney Nicholas.  “At this moment in history, you’ve got to choose between being in favor of legalization, or being against ‘the system.’” Mason Tvert  is leading a quick tour of what he irreverently describes as the Marijuana Manor—a genteel, three-story, historically-registered, 1880s-era brick and stained-glass building in downtown Denver that was recently converted into permanent office space for a consortium of do-gooders fighting to make legal cannabis work in America. The building […]