A new issue of Disability Studies Quarterly is out. From Time, no hell? Rogue pastor Rob Bell's argument about salvation and judgment has Evangelicals in a fury — and a young generation rethinking Jesus. A review of Pox: An American History by Michael Willrich. David Leonhardt on the 3 biggest tax breaks — and what they cost us. Mark Thompson on how to save a trillion dollars. Where do bad moods come from? From Current Biography, a profile of Hendrik Hertzberg. Where do tax dollars go? The idealistic — and probably hopeless — plan to educate Americans about the budget by sending them itemized "tax receipts". Does hysterical strength really exist? The Psychology of Cheating: In sports, high finance or taxes, it’s often an obsession with fairness — and with not being played for a chump — that leads to dishonesty. Swan Song: Is Libya the end of NATO? Jim Messina, Obama's Enforcer: The president's re-election campaign manager has alienated grassroots constituencies. Jeffrey A. Tucker on Rebecca Black's "Friday", a libertarian allegory. The shock of the old: The trend in non-Western art history is on contemporary art, which places the traditional arts in a vulnerable position. Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand's masterpiece celebrating capitalism and the individual, is a rare accomplishment — what is your plan for the day after tomorrow? A review of Sinatra, Gotti And Me by Tony Delvecchio and Rich Herschlag. A review of Future Babble: Why Expert Predictions Are Next to Worthless, and You Can Do Better by Dan Gardner. What if Malcolm X had lived? Oread Daily wonders. The Art of Bubbles: How auction houses can predict the ups and downs of global markets. A look at the 5 most shockingly insane modern dictators.

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