Yes, says former Oxford professor Gabriel Josipovici. The fact that such writers had won so many awards was “a mystery”, Josipovici told the Guardian. He added: “It’s an ill-educated public being fed by the media – ‘This is what great art is’ – and they lap it up.” It is a view apparently now shared… Continue reading Are British Authors Overrated?
I’m not sure how long this has been available for viewing online, but a very good debate between Stephen Barr and Michael Behe from this past April on Intelligent Design in the science class. Naturally, I take Barr’s side. I wish they had included the Q/A from the audience members as well.
Jay Fitzgerald lays it out: But I’ll restate my case (made here and here and here, even before the stimulus bill was officially passed): It wasn’t a “stimulus” bill. It was more of a “stabilization” bill. The Stabilization Bill was primarily aimed at propping up the public sector, not the private sector, where the true… Continue reading Why It Didn’t Help
John West falls afoul of John (catshark) Pieret.