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One but Not the Same: Cultural Contexts, Cognition, and Identity

Michelle’s recent reflections on Questions of Culture and Globalization got me thinking about cultural identity and the age-old nature versus nurture debate. What is the relationship between our cultural identity and our common identity? 623 more words

Thoughts

Bloomberg Targets Coal Industry With $30 Million Donation To Sierra Club

This is from Deneen Borelli.

The United Mine Workers Union and its employees

endorsed and voted for Obama.

Now they are getting screwed by Obama as thanks for their blind support. 291 more words

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[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="485"] Mikey Bloomburg getting off of his private jet. which, as we all know, emits no CO2.[/caption]

'Hugging Chairs' Curb Elderly Loneliness In Japan

Whatever happened to man’s fearless sense of creativity and ingenuity? It seems that every year the tech industry just turns out the same tablets, computers, and phones – slightly improved, yes – but scarcely ever truly groundbreaking. 245 more words

Features

The Tao of traditional polygamy (1st English Edition)

To the trained eye, there’s abundance of wisdom in traditional-polygamy; Male heterosexuality (male sexual interest exclusively directed towards the other sex) and female bisexuality (female sexual interest towards both sexes) are united as a manifestation of the collectivist spirit in human sexuality; The concepts of inclusiveness and exclusiveness are brought together in this marital practice. 49 more words

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Paul Krugman: The Long-Run Cop-Out

New York Times: On Monday, President Obama will call for a significant increase in spending, reversing the harsh cuts of the past few years. He won’t get all he’s asking for, but it’s a move in the right direction. 40 more words

Politics