Monopoly Killer? I’ve played Settlers of Catan once with my neighbors, and came in dead last — but if you trade me some sheep, I’d consider playing again…
Down with Facebook: If you haven’t laughed yourself into incoherence from reading Matt Labash’s take on the social networking phenomenon, you might end up hating it as much as he does.
Is the TV show “Lie to Me” pulling the wool over our eyes? Neely Tucker of the Washington Post investigates.
The Confession: I can’t imagine beign wrongly indicted for murder for 40 years. William Thomas was recently cleared by a deathbed confession of a 1967 slaying. Scarlet letters are hard for society to erase.
Minds over medium? Facsinating Wired article about how digital overload is frying our brains.
“Ancient” Syriac bible found in Cyprus: A mystery like this is way cooler than the Shroud of Turin.
The ‘Trophy Kids’ Go to Work: “For this generation, work is not a place you go; work is a thing you do…”
Princeton prof Robert P. George takes Obama’s abortion extremism to task.
Oxymorons for Obama: My friend Tom McClusky takes a closer look at what some of Obama’s more unlikely supporters might be missing.
Touchstone‘s Anthony Esolen gives us a quite profound — and amusing — list of rules for finding whom to marry, and whom to not.