Believe it or not, we came across some outside-the-box academic research that does not look that bad.
Monthly Archives For September 2007
In the race to politicize the census results, it seems that policy makers are selectively ignoring the significant limitations of the census data.
Believe it or not, there is at least one deceased Caucasian man of letters still revered in academia—playwright Arthur Miller, whose dramas attacked both capitalism and the American way of life even while he personally benefited from both.
The poverty rate dropped to its lowest level since 2002 but don’t expect to read any upbeat news stories on it.