Jon Last writes about how family formation delivers political results for the GOP. The problem is that he’s looking at 2000, when I’m not sure how much the results hold up in 2012.

Carbon dioxide emissions aren’t just attributed to causing global warming, but global greening as well.

Be careful what we wish for. In Sweden, parental leave may be contributing to the gender gap.

Photos of famous landmarks… under construction.

Facebook can give you a self-esteem boost.

Americans are becoming less religious, while lamenting the fact that we’re becoming less religious. Here’s a map of the world’s atheists.

How monogamy became normal.

From a business perspective, McDonalds is pretty awesome.

Online marriages are pretty awesome, evidently. The surprising part to me is the apparent lack of success in chat rooms. That actually strikes me as a not bad sort of thing.

How science should influence science fiction, when it comes to exoplanets.

It seems highly unlikely that eBook prices will actually be able to stay where they are, however much the publishers wish otherwise.

John McCain should be honored that the Chinese found hacking his campaign to be worth their time.

You know, I hadn’t thought about it, but when mentioning someone from the UK that isn’t Anglo, I have almost always favored the term “British” over “English.” Apparently, so do Bangladeshis.

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  1. superdestroyer says:

    Considering that Romney received a higher percentage of the white vote in 2012 than McCAin did in 2008, why would anyone suspect that the affordable marriage formation idea changed. In addition, black turn out went up and that is the least married demographic and highest level of out of wedlock births.

    Considering how the birth rates for whites continues to go down, how can the affordable family formation idea change.

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