Teasing out science, politics, and emotion about the mammography …

Tuesday, 1. December 2009

Not only have the recommendations about breast cancer screening for women between ages 40 and 49 elicited strong comments and emotional reactions on both sides of the issue from patients and physicians, but they have entered the …

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Global Voices Online » Barbados, Jamaica: The Politics of …

Tuesday, 17. November 2009

“In Barbados we have a long way to go regarding how as a country we want to deal with the issue of homosexuality”: Barbados Underground says “it would be unfortunate for some if we wait until the next general election” to start …

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RealClearPolitics – Politics Nation – Strategy Memo: The Great Debate

Monday, 2. November 2009

*”The climate-change bill that has been moving slowly through the Senate will face a stark political reality when it emerges for committee debate on Tuesday: With Democrats deeply divided on the issue, unless some Republican lawmakers …

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groundviews » Dayan Jayatilleka on post-war politics and enduring …

Thursday, 29. October 2009

I spoke with Dr. Dayan Jayatilleka recently on his take on post-war politics , his interpretation of the Southern Provincial Council elections, the issue of.

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Carbon Culture – Getting past the politics

Monday, 26. October 2009

Anthropogenic global warming theory is based upon laws of physics and chemistry – NOT economics and politics . It is unfortunate that distortions of the issue are taking place and that the education really seems to be limited (e.g.

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For More Responsible Climate Politics

Tuesday, 20. October 2009

For More Responsible Climate Politics . by Will Wilkinson on October 19, 2009. Ryan Avent writes: I think it would be irresponsible not to continue studying the issue and looking for potential geoeingineering fixes, but I think that …

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Quinnipiac: Voters Want Bipartisan Reform – Real Clear Politics …

Thursday, 8. October 2009

Just 29% say Republicans are acting in good faith (46% say the same of Democrats), rather than for political reasons, while voters trust Obama over Republicans on the issue of health care by a 47%-31% margin. …

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