Five Years Ago
The fifth anniversary of Benghazi
Five years ago, a cartoonist with The Seattle Weekly, shocked by the way Comedy Central had censored "South Park" after the usual threats from violent Muslims, proclaimed May 20th as "Everybody Draw Mohammed" Day...
Climategate's fascinating glimpse into how the science got settled
Michael E Mann's once iconic "hockey stick" looks pretty flaccid once you add in tree rings post-1980...
The East Anglia emails and the corruption of science
It's half a decade since the East Anglia emails were revealed to the world...
Frosty the Snowqueen meets Huckabing Crosby
Denying the very possibility of a common culture
In this tenth anniversary week, we're running various 9/11 material old and new. We started with Smelling Blood, my column on the summer of 2001, and a special audio edition of our Song of the Week: God Bless America.┬áThen we looked at the war in its narrow, terrorist sense - Crying Lone Wolf - and on the broader front - Winning And Losing - and Mark's Friday Feature considered September 11th in cinematic terms. This is what I had to say in The Chicago Sun-Times five years ago on the fifth anniversary of 9/11: I suppose my I'll-never-forget-where-I-was recollections are pretty typical: a half-curious pricking up of the ears when they cut into the morning show on the radio with breaking news about a plane hitting the World Trade Center ...
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