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The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Interesting articles on the pandemics on the way, skepticism toward Skeptics, classic car crashes and more neat stuff.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Articles on Big Sugar, internet sleuths, Philip Seymour Hoffman, the Atlanta Child Murders and more stuff.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Each week, Josh and Chuck read tons of great articles, some of them really good. Here are the best of the bunch for your enjoyment.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Every week Josh and Chuck read tons of articles and some of them are pretty great. Here are the best of the bunch.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Each week Josh and Chuck read tons of articles. Many are terrible, but some are great. Here are the best of the bunch for your enjoyment.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

On any given week, Josh and Chuck read a lot of interesting articles. Read this post with links to the best articles they've read this week.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

On any given week, Josh and Chuck read a lot of interesting articles. Read this post with links to the best articles they've read this week.

Why NPR Exhibits Bias

The Cato Institute has a blog post from Michael F. Cannon entitled, "Why Some People Think NPR Exhibits Bias." I can't tell if he's being facetious or just generous by including "Some People Think" in his title. He cites a reporter using the Bush-era tactic used to name the USA Patriot Act (e.g., the, "What you don't like America?" method of shaping public opinion). The reporter called a campaign finance reform lobbyist a "good-government lobbyist" twice, points out Cannon, meaning she's working against the Citizens United Supreme Court decision.

One of the most vitally important parts of any prescription drug regimen for treating depression is that the prescription drug actually work. Becasue of this maxim, clinically depressed patients who are taking the drug reboxetine are going to have trouble getting to well.