MBA Releases Fool Me Twice Readers' Guide

The good people at the Minnesota Book Awards have put together a reader's guide for Fool Me Twice, which won the 2012 Minnesota Book Award for Nonfiction.

A Legitimate Doofus's Timeless Principles

Rep. Akin's comments have their roots in mid eighteenth-century ignorance

Dramatic Photos of Glacier National Park Then and Now

Beyond these Orwellian arguments, for a true taste of problems inherent in this discussion tune in to the exchange that happened as Boxer brought the first portion of the hearing to a close.

Organizations List Top Science & Environmental Questions Obama, Romney Should Tackle

Fifteen of the top U.S. science and engineering organizations today released a list of the most important science policy questions that presidential hopefuls Barack Obama and Mitt Romney should be debating on the campaign trail.

The Vulnerable Heart of Machismo

A gripping, evocative memoir of the writer's childhood love for his criminal but all-too-human father

Shocking New Oil Propaganda Plan to Fool Americans

The Guardian has unearthed a shocking new propaganda plan intended to turn the American public against wind energy in the 2012 election cycle.

An Open Letter to State Farm about Climate Denial - UPDATE

Climate Scientist Scott Mandia writes an open letter to State Farm Insurance.

From the Heartland: schoolchildren, climate, and... mass murder?

The Heartland Institute is preparing a $100,000 school science curriculum on climate change coming to a school near you. Among their logical leaps is a new billboard featuring mass murderers and totalitarians who believe in climate change. This is science?

Climate Change Obama Can Believe In

Obama has an opportunity to use climate change as a significant wedge issue to shave votes away from Romney among moderate Republicans and Independents who believe science is the best basis for public policy.

Science: a force for freedom and human rights

Chinese physicist Fang Lizhi wrote of science and freedom and paid for it with his own.