The week in review:
We began the week with the art and science of origami.
Not for the first time, I scolded Randy Cohen, the New York Times’s “ethicist”, for his shallowness and refusal to tackle difficult issues.
But Cohen was not the worst that the New York Times had to offer this week; James Hansen’s article on cap-and-trade threatened the world record for economic errors per inch of column space.
I doled out two more answers to my honors questions, and there will be more to come next week.
We used the Coburn Amendment, requiring members of Congress to subscribe to the public health insurance option, to illustrate what’s wrong with the public option in the first place.
We commemorated the centennial of the death of Red Cloud with a quick overview of his place in history; I’m gratified that this piece has gotten a huge number of hits from all over the web. Red Cloud deserved no less.
More, of course, next week!