Aaron T. Goetz (CSU-Fullerton) and Kayla Causey (FAU): Sex Differences in Perceptions of Infidelity: Men Often Assume the Worst. Where have all the loose women gone? The days of Sex and the City's influence are long gone. Dear God, stop brainwashing children: Worship is forced on 99 per cent of children without even asking what they think. From Econ Journal Watch, an article on Adam Smith’s invisible hand — is that all there is? Gavin Kennedy argues that it was just a casual metaphor; and do economists believe American democracy is working? Robert Skidelsky on the treason of the economists. Dean Baker on why economists should learn arithmetic. Should people just ignore economists? From Tradition, Family and Property, Plinio Correa de Oliveira on the beauty of life in social relationships. From TAP, the president can name the most agreeable of moderates as his Supreme Court nominee, and Senate Republicans will still put up a fight (and more); and unfortunately for the GOP, taxation isn't quite the problem they imagine it to be. From Time, a cover story on Republicans in Distress: Is the Party over? What sort of psychological bent would lead people to want to be part of a dead-end political party like the GOP? Exiled is locked 'n loaded for the coming Obama-lypse.