can i spam quotes from the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo a little?
Rep. Tim Huelskamp Says the Obama Administration is 'Using the Military as a Guinea Pig' for the 'Radical Homosexual Agenda'
Politico Smears Bilderberg Opposition - The New American
Politico Smears Bilderberg Opposition
The New American
But despite Politico’s coverage of the upcoming event, it still dismissed any sort of opposition to the Bilderberg group as conspiracy theory and fanaticism, and rejected the notion that the Bilderberg group has an all-powerful influence on American …
Once Again, Barton Falsely Claims the Constitution Reflects the Bible 'Verbatim'
Harvey: Dan Savage, Like Satan, Twists Bible while ‘Exploiting’ Kids
Gary Bauer Warns God is Removing His Hand of Protection From America
Cannes: Horror stalks the Croisette in 'Dario Argento's Dracula' and an ... - Entertainment Weekly
Cannes: Horror stalks the Croisette in ‘Dario Argento’s Dracula’ and an …
It’s criticism infused with the power of conspiracy theory. We hear the fan theorists on the soundtrack, but we never see them (which only adds to the aura of Internet-geek-holed-up-with-a-DVD-player-in-the-basement obsession).
Trending: Shining a light on conspiracy theoriesThe Independent
Houghton Mifflin files Chapter 11 bankruptcy - Reuters
Houghton Mifflin files Chapter 11 bankruptcy
* Textbook publisher hurt by government cutbacks * Bank lenders, bondholders would gain control * Company publishes “Curious George,” “Lord of the Rings” * Paulson, Apollo have stakes in company By Jonathan Stempel May 21 (Reuters) - Houghton Mifflin …
Textbook company Houghton Mifflin files Chapter 11 bankruptcyFinancial Post
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishers Files Chapter 11 BankruptcyHuffington Post
Boston publisher Houghton Mifflin files for bankruptcyBoston Herald
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Guest Post: Marc Sher on the Nonprofit Textbook Movement - Discover Magazine (blog)
Guest Post: Marc Sher on the Nonprofit Textbook Movement
Discover Magazine (blog)
by Sean Carroll The price of university textbooks (not to mention scholarly journals) is like the weather: everyone complains about it, but nobody does anything about it. My own graduate textbook in GR hovers around $100, but I’d be happier if it were …