A new issue of Speculations is out. From re-public, a series of article on 3D printing. The new MakerBot replicator might just change your world. Nate Silver on the statistical state of the presidential race. Electoral College Math: The Princeton Election Consortium has a simpleminded approach to the U.S. presidential race — and a great track record. Jill Filipovic on the moral case for sex before marriage: Condemning premarital sex and promoting abstinence are not working — lasting, loving relationships are made through intimacy. Killed over what? A look at some of the lamest motives for murder. We're All Don Quixote Now: Sean Bell on the betrayal of tomorrow's artists. Malcolm Harris on the thing that sets Walter White and Jesse Pinkman apart from their competitors: color. From First Things, Thomas Joseph White and R. R. Reno on a mandate to disobey. Joe McCarthy would understand: Consider, as does Andrew Bacevich, the curious case of “Jerry” Boykin. From Greater Good, Jason Marsh on why inequality is bad for the one percent. Robert Clemm reviews Measure of the Earth: The Enlightenment Expedition that Reshaped Our World by Larrie D. Ferreiro.