(November 27, 2012 12:00 AM, by Bryan Caplan) Susan Mayer's What Money Can't Buy concludes by tossing out a fun fact I've often heard repeated. (I even repeated it myself once in an exchange with Charles Murray).Both low income and single parenthood may in fact be correlated with... (0 COMMENTS)
Well, that went about as badly as you would expect.
Charles Murray argues, admittedly impressionistically, that the Republican party’s social conservatism is turning off Asian Americans. Keep reading this post...
We also have a new photo of cowboy Bill Murray in this comedy about a doomed graphic designer, directed by Roman Coppola. [...]
Plus much more weirdness.
Laurent Dubois, Haiti: The Aftershocks of History. Charles Murray, Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010. David Hackett Fischer, Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies: New Zealand and the United States. George Dyson, Turing’s Cathedral: The Origins of the Digital Universe. Jon Gertner, The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great [...]
Aubrey Plaza and Jason Schwartzman are also features in this latest look at director Roman Coppola's upcoming comedy. [...]
A while back I read Charles Murray's most recent book, "Coming Apart." Murray argues that the previously common culture of the United States has been pulled apart. There is a new upper class and a new lower class which have diverged so far their tastes, behaviour and values that they barely feel like the same [...]
Because of Hurricane Sandy we are still unable to process new videos for the series, so we dug into the archive and found this one from April 10: From today: So I stared at MD's gay marriage prop, greatly conflicted...
Pitney Bowes (PBI) Q3 2012 Earnings Call November 01, 2012 5:00 pm ET Executives Charles F. McBride - Vice President of Investor Relations Murray D. Martin - Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of Executive Committee Michael...Show More Summary
Links for you: Why Does Alcohol Cause the Spins? Students, Their Neighborhoods, Their Schools, and the Unions Romney dooms his Candidacy by doing the full Murray (Charles Murray that is) A Tale of Two Medias The Voter Fraud Fantasy, Continued … Continue reading ?
Charles Murray's newest book, Coming Apart: The State of White America, proves two classic truths. First, it is impossible to compete with self-parody. Second, be careful what you ask for; for you may receive it. Charles Murray asked...Show More Summary
1. Anders Alsund on the Baltics, and growing economic troubles in Slovenia. 2. Can we (should we?) “cognitively enhance” monkeys? Is that even what we are doing? The paper itself is here. 3. Charles Murray on early intervention, see also the broader symposium. 4. Costs of bankruptcy illiquid collateral horse nationalism, and these are not [...]
The Atlantic is asking political observers of all stripes -- operatives, journalists, scholars -- what they're reading this campaign season. Here's one answer.
Entertainment Weekly had a chance to chat with writer/director Roman Coppola about his new film A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III. The flick stars Charlie Sheen (in the title role), Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman. Here’s some … Continue reading ?
Charlie Sheen stars as a brokenhearted playboy in writer/director Roman Coppola's upcoming dramatic comedy. [...]
Living the high life.
The Coppola family is Hollywood royalty, from The Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola to Lost in Translation director Sofia Coppola to Nicolas Cage himself. Now, one of the lesser-known family members is looking to make his mark....Show More Summary
Roman Coppola‘s last film — and his first film — was CQ, released in 2001. While he has been a creator on several big movies since thanks to work with his father (Tetro, Youth Without Youth) and Wes Anderson (The Darjeeling Limited, Moonrise Kingdom) I’ve been hoping to see more development from him as a [...]
Charles Murray’s Coming Apart, an examination on the class divides in present-day America, features a handy quiz for “cultural elites” to answer, as a means of getting a sense of how much of a “bubble” one lives that isolates them from rural America. Among the questions asked are whether one owns or has owned a [...]