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Discovery News on St Ismeria – Misrepresenting the Research

Yesterday yesterday carried an article by Jennifer Viegas of Discovery News about new research on the medieval legend of St Ismeria. The article referenced a paper by Dr Catherine Lawless from the University of Limerick that examines the story … Continue reading

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Grasping Reality

One of several blogs that I follow on a fairly regular basis is Grasping Reality with Both Hands, by Brad DeLong, Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley. The subtitle of his blog is “The Semi-Daily Journal of Economist J. Bradford … Continue reading

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David Corn

Of self-acknowledged liberals in the media, one who I generally enjoy listening to quite a lot is Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball show – though not so much some of his guests, whether conservative or liberal. The following clip from … Continue reading

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Shields and Brooks on QE

I always enjoy watching the regular commentary segment with Mark Shields and David Brooks on PBS Newshour on Fridays (though I find David Brooks to be the more interesting by far). This week I was struck by comments that both … Continue reading

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