From the last issue of Theory & Science, Thomas Brignall (Lewis) and Thomas Van Valey (WMU): Online Gaming Communities and the Neo Tribalism Movement; Timothy McGettigan (CSU-Pueblo): Anomaly Overload: An Evolutionary Theory of Truth; and a review of Science, Evolution, and Creationism. Can a hawkish Binyamin Netanyahu, the man likely to be Israel's next prime minister, surprise the world and sprout dovish wings? From Metapsychology, a review of Evil Genes: Why Rome Fell, Hitler Rose, Enron Failed, and My Sister Stole My Mother's Boyfriend by Barbara Oakley; a review of Babies by Design: The Ethics of Genetic Choice by Ronald M. Green; and a review of Darwinian Reductionism: or How to Stop Worrying and Love Molecular Biology by Alexander Rosenberg. Is America going the way of Japan? Nouriel Roubini wants to know. Many young people prefer pleasure-seeking to politics — but for how long? Thomas P.M. Barnett on Obama's new map of the world (and a review of Great Powers). Theodore Dalrymple on the persistence of ideology: Grand ideas still drive history. From Host, there's always someone who says that poetry is dead: An interview with David Lehman. Religious liberty as a philosophical claim: An excerpt from David Novak's In Defense of Religious Liberty. More on Madame Prosecutor by Carla Del Ponte.