Every year, the Journal of Improbable Research issues its prizes for the craziest (published) scientific research: the Ig Nobel Prize. The ceremony took place a couple nights ago, and if you want to see what you missed, we’ve embedded the (long) video below. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal, Reputation Under Fire, the IRS Pulls a Gun—Al Capone’s: The Internal Revenue Service doesn’t enjoy an abundance of favorable press. At present, it finds itself mired in controversy as its director, John Koskinen, hauled before Congress last week, tries to fend off an impeachment attempt. On Tuesday,...
In the wake of the massive Galaxy Note 7 smartphone debacle which saw Samsung recall some 2.5 million of its flagship handsets, Samsung’s woes continue in its home country. The Wall Street Journal reports that some customers who have...Show More Summary
Symposium issue of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy: Volume 39 – Issue 2 Election Law: Rights, Remedies, and Recent Cases 333 Foreword Charles Fried 341 People ? Legislature Saikrishna Bangalore Prakash & John Yoo 371 Perpetuating “One … Continue reading ?
If you're looking for a new series in the vein of Mad Men and The Newsroom that tackles workplace discrimination within the bustling years of journalism in the late 1960s--look no further than Amazon's new upcoming series Good Girls Revolt.
“One-third of voters say the presidential debates will be very important in helping them decide who to support for president, with slightly more Republicans than Democrats saying so,” a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. “Some 34% of [...] The post One Third of Voters Say Debates Will Help Them Decide appeared first on Political Wire.
This appeared late last week.Turn Off the Computer and Listen to the PatientThe practice of medicine is a subtle art. Doctors need to give patients their undivided attention. By Caleb Gardner and John Levinson Sept. 21, 2016 6:50 p.m. Show More Summary
From Politico to Snapchat, Telemundo to Buzzfeed News, The Wall Street Journal to Hulu, a sporting event of historic proportions will captivate American viewers Monday night. For all the frenzy around this presidential Super Bowl, one would expect unprecedented levels of voter engagement. Show More Summary
From the Wall Street Journal: One-third of voters say the presidential debates will be very important in helping them decide whom to support for president, with slightly more Republicans than Democrats saying so, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. This is one reason not to take polls too seriously. Show More Summary
Alex Burns of the New York Times thinks that Howard Kurtz of Fox News was soft on Donald Trump in a recent interview. Kurtz isn't buying it: Sorry to ruin the narrative, @alexburnsNYT, but I challenged Trump on Iraq opposition by citing...Show More Summary
Always stay focused on the positives. Block those bad thoughts out of your mind. Remind yourself of all of the reasons you can do it! Keep a journal and jot down some things you are thankful for, your accomplishments of the day, and what you look forward to for tomorrow. Show More Summary
This is Part 1 of the origin story of the following scholarly article. In this blog post I review how this article was produced and accepted for publication, and why I chose a non-OA journal. Schneider, K.G. (in press). To Be Real: Antecedents and Consequences of Sexual Identity Disclosure by Academic Library Directors, The Journal […]
ARE NOT EFFECTIVE 'GOVERNANCE STRATEGIES' TO PRODUCE 'DIRECTED OUTCOMES' THROUGH INSTITUTIONS. THEY CAN ONLY PRODUCE 'GROUP UNITY' AND 'MOBILIZATION' - TO THOSE WHO YIELD THEIR 'INTELLECTUAL SOVEREIGNTY' ONE BLACK MAN KILLED BY THE AMERICAN...Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal op-ed: A Dangerous Rush to Impeach John Koskinen, by John Conyers (D-MI; Ranking Member, House Judiciary Committee): The power of impeachment is a responsibility entrusted to the House of Representatives by the Constitution and to the House Judiciary Committee by our peers. I take this charge very...
CFP: Wisc. J. L, Gender & Society on “Women in the Boardroom” The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society has announced its 2017 symposium and this Call for Papers: Women in the Boardroom: The Social and Business Arguments that Challenge Executive Board Homogeneity The positive correlation between the increase of women … Continue reading ? Feminist Law Professors
JUST NBC THE OBJECTIVE JOURNALISM! Leaked emails reveal NBC journalist Andrea Mitchell told Colin Powell a Trump nomination would be ‘awful’—just a month before it became reality.
Talk of automation is making the rounds again and unless newsrooms retool, adapt, and media organizations train journalists to cope with it, more staffers risk becoming redundant. The Online News Association's (ONA) annual conference...Show More Summary
This special edition of the Glazov Gang is joined by Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and the editor of Frontpage’s blog, The Point.
If you’ve been wearing a fitness tracker for a while and have been disappointed in the results you’ve received, you’re not alone. A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that fitness trackers could be impeding your ability to meet your weight loss goals. Show More Summary
BURR HAS BACKED REINING IN WATCHDOG AGENCY BEHIND WELLS FARGO FINE (Winston-Salem Journal) -- U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., has supported a sustained Republican effort to control the purse strings of the federal consumer watchdog agency...Show More Summary