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Leftie Journo Demands Public Inquiry into UK Muslim Failure to Integrate, Blames Everyone But Muslims

The Telegraph's Dan Hodges, sometimes notionally on the left, sometimes drastically on the left, has today used his newspaper column to call for a public inquiry into why Muslims in Britain are failing to integrate – but the fault is apparently your. Show More Summary

Hong Kong Newspaper Drops Democracy Advocate’s Column

The columnist’s supporters said The Hong Kong Economic Journal’s decision was a blow to the city’s beleaguered media freedoms, a criticism the newspaper rejected.

A Guantanamo Bay for Britain? How far will Cameron go?

Credits: Kirsty Wigglesworth - WPA Pool/Getty Images Alt Text: David Cameron The PM says he will look at the idea of internment – but any camp would have to be offshore Column The Mole Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 11:52am Has David Cameron...Show More Summary

Jennifer Aniston Is Not Planning To Have A Baby With Justin Theroux Any Time Soon

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are definitely one of the most talked about couples in Hollywood today with the latest gossip columns alleging that no babies are on the horizon any time soon for the pair. There has been speculation...Show More Summary

The impact of capital requirements on bank lending

Since the Global Crisis, support has grown for the use of time-varying capital requirements as a macroprudential policy tool. This column examines the effect of bank-specific, time-varying capital requirements in the UK between 1990 and 2011. Show More Summary

Minority mortgage market experiences leading up to and during the Financial Crisis

The subprime lending crisis in the US triggered a broad financial panic that lead to the global recession. Domestically, it meant bankruptcy and disaster for many households. This column analyses racial discrimination in subprime lending. Careful estimation of a detailed dataset reveals across-lender effects to have substantially disadvantaged black and Hispanic borrowers.

Why Amazon and Google are looking more like each other

Google is making drone deliveries, while Amazon is moving into advertising. What's going on? Column Edie Lush Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 9:06am The final week of August 2014 was marked by the revelation that Amazon and Google are looking more like each other than ever before. Show More Summary

The 20 Best Quotes From Greg Gutfeld

My latest Townhall column is called, The 20 Best Quotes From Greg Gutfeld. Here’s an excerpt from the column. Most people know Greg Gutfeld as the funny guy from Red

Hamels, 3 Phils Relievers Combine to No-Hit Braves

4 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The biggest number for Cole Hamels after six innings wasn't the zero in the hits allowed column but the 108 pitches thrown by the Philadelphia Phillies' starter.

Controlling Language Controls the Euthanasia Debate

What happens when conservatives discover "political correctness?" Recently the Discovery Institute, a front for creationist conservatives, posted a column complaining about the phrase "vegetable" being used to describe those who lost...Show More Summary

BOOK’S JOOK: Ohio Players’ “Love Rollercoaster”

Book’s Jook is a column dedicated to placing a record within my dream jukebox, if I were to have one. The Seeburg jukebox shown below is similar to the one I have wanted since I was a kid. To read more on why I started this column, click here. As a kid, I was proud […]

Gwyneth Paltrow: Goops! I Ripped Off The Diet Detective

With so many different blogs and other websites dedicated to health and wellness these days, it’s no wonder Gwyneth Paltrow accidentally snatched the moniker for her Goop column from another author. According to a new lawsuit, Hunter...Show More Summary

WoW Archivist: The classic Molten Core experience, part 2

WoW Archivist is a biweekly column by WoW Insider's Scott Andrews, who explores the secrets of World of Warcraft's past. What did the game look like years ago? Who is etched into WoW's history? What secrets does the game still hold?Show More Summary

Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to Berlin we go

And we can't forget the cheddarwurst As I sit writing this weeks column I'm actually on a train bound for London. More specifically, I'm bound for Berlin, Germany, where the Android Central team – of Alex Dobie, Derek Kessler and myself – are headed for the big event of the fall, IFA 2014. Show More Summary

Is It Guilt or Shame?

I started this column about guilt — why it stalks me. Why, no matter how hard I try to be a good girl, I can’t get rid of the knot in my stomach that says I’ve been busted, just like I was with a bottle of vodka at band camp in high school. However, upon […]

16 Good Movies to Stream on Netflix This September

From the very start, the thesis of this monthly column has been that there’s plenty of great stuff always being added to Netflix, if you just dig for it a little. While we still stand by that statement, it’s also true that the last few weeks worth of new additions have felt a little light—not quite up to the standards of recent months. Show More Summary

Liveblogging World War I: September 1, 1914: Tannenberg: Aftermath

From Dennis Showalter: Tannenberg: >The roundup of [Samsonov's Russian] 2nd Army’s broken center continued throughout August 31. Skirmish lines and small columns of XVII Corps pushed their way through the forest from the north, collecting stragglers as they went. Show More Summary

Lying, Greedy, Promiscuous Feminist Bullies are Tearing the Video Game Industry Apart

It's easy to mock video gamers as dorky loners in yellowing underpants. Indeed, in previous columns, I've done it myself. Occasionally at length. But, the more you learn about the latest scandal in the games industry, the more you start to sympathise with the frustrated male stereotype. Show More Summary

Exchange rate intervention in emerging markets works

Central banks’ exchange rate interventions are typically attributed to precautionary, prudential, or mercantilist motives. This column documents the prevalence of an alternative motive – that of stabilising the exchange rate – in emerging...Show More Summary

Top income shares in Switzerland, 1981–2009

Switzerland has had consistently low tax rates and a remarkably stable income distribution, although in the last 20 years the share of top incomes has risen. This column documents that the top 0.01%’s share doubled, meaning Switzerland is similar to European countries in terms of the top 1%’s income share, but closer to the US for higher top incomes. Show More Summary

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