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Featured online from this issue:
Book Review by Heather Zeiger
Get with the Program: A Review of Signature in the Cell by Stephen Meyer
by Casey Luskin
Creating Consensus Is the PC Way to Get Smart
Foreign Intel with Michael Cook
China Bound: The Junk Science Behind Its One-Child Policy
Parting Shot with Herb London
Thin Crust: From Whole Man to Global Man Is a Stretch
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Why We Fight by James M. Kushiner
with Denyse O’Leary
A Behavioral Problem: Evolutionary Psychology Explains . . . Itself?
Operation ID with Terrell Clemmons
Evolution’s Trilemma: After 150 Years It Takes More Than a Quantum Leap to Vindicate Darwin
Hazmats with Judith Reisman
Hello Bunny! Playboy Utilizes Spencer’s Gifts & Kiddie Designs at Your Local Shopping Mall
by Robin Phillips
Is My Sexual Identity an Accident Just Waiting to Happen?
by Carrie Frederick Frost
Grown-Ups Say the Darnedest Things About Having Kids
Now I’m 64
by Marcia Segelstein
Boomers in America Face the Cult of Youth
by Bobby Maddex
by Terrell Clemmons
NCSE: National Center for Science Education
by Terrell Clemmons
Love & Disconnect: A Review of Sex & the iWorld by Dale S. Kuehne
Opening Salvo - Incoming - Shrapnel: Twilight’s Vast Gleaming: John Granger Explains the Widespread Popularity of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Series, The Will to Die, A Tax Cut for Spot?, No Bones About It, Transhumanist Update, The Marriage Movement, Going Green - The Trenches - Blips
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