- A logical gap
- The persecution of Shellie Zimmerman
- Race and Crime in America
- Bayesianity: How Scientists Think About Evidence
- Double Drone Strikes
- NY Times: trials should be about racial history rather than the facts of the case
- Snowden isn’t important, what he leaked is.
- The Zero Tolerance War on Kindergarteners
- Good blogs I recently found
- Legal Tender laws
- Best quote on the Richwine case
- Professional Liars Working Overtime
- An exchange on immigration.
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Monthly Archives: May 2013
http://www.overcomingbias.com/ http://lesswrong.com/ These sister sites are going to keep me occupied for a while catching up. I wish I’d discovered them years ago. 5 stars. I’ll write more posts about them soon.
I’m trying to understand what it means for states to pass a law making gold and silver coins legal tender, as is allowed by the Constitution. Most of the articles I have found on this make no sense. It seems … Continue reading
From the great Derb: I assumed that Harvard professors eminent enough to be sitting on a dissertation committee would be tenured. To be on the safe side I checked this point…all three are tenured. That means they have nothing to … Continue reading
Recently, for personal reasons, I have developed an extreme sensitivity for, and intolerance of, being lied to. This has resulted in my feeling depressed and angry because there are so many things about which we are lied to or misled (by “we” I mean Americans, … Continue reading