Friday, September 14, 2012

Friday miscellaneous (9/14)

I had an odd schedule this week, so this will be shorter than usual.

First, health inspections of abortion clinics in Virginia found violations in every single one. The DNC abandoned the “rare” part of the “safe, legal, and rare” mantra at their convention this year. “Safe” seems to be disappearing as well.

Next up, a PHC graduate addresses how South Korea has balanced out its sex ratios.

Third, Al Mohler gives a very important reminder regarding the culture wars: Christian values don’t save people.

Fourth, yet another history professor who has used Wallbuilders materials in the past examines The Jefferson Lies.

Random question: why does coffee not taste as  good as it smells?

For those interested in political philosophy, Greg Forster gives a do-it-yourself MA guide. (I am pleased to say that I ran into almost all of these authors getting my undergraduate at PHC.)

Our economic problems are so bad that economists can’t even describe them anymore.

Which leads to this week’s video. Finally, an explanation of quantitative easing that is understandable.

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