This week’s book table is instead a magazine table – focusing on a site brought to Kerri’s attention on Twitter, which led to quite The Daily Circuit science geek-out fest.
Archives for November 2012
Plus, the Supreme Court takes up affirmative action and Thomas Ricks on the failure of America’s generals.
‘What’s missing from Obama’s reported picks? For one thing, there are no Republicans.”
As the chatter continues through the political punditry and within the political parties, what advice or insight would you give parties and candidates regarding outreach and election strategy?
“Investors are actually causing corporations to do things that are eroding investor returns.”
“Until librarian Dee Brown wrote his history of Native Americans in the West, few Americans knew the details of the unjust treatment of Indians.”
“The most efficient role for the federal government is to fill in where states cannot.”
“You’re a 60-year-old man and an attractive woman almost half your age makes herself available to you — that would be a test for anyone.”
“The last few attempts at immigration reform have been cumbersome and large bills. Congress can make simple changes to immigration law.”
A Daily Circuit guest and cancer survivor finally met her bone marrow donor this weekend.