One can count on two things

From Psychology Today, an article on the X-factors of success: The personality traits that make some humans superhuman. From Jewcy, the Organization That Claims To Speak On Behalf Of The Jews calls for an end to Jewish morality. Who are we? On the question of conservatism, one can count on two things. From Mclean's, an article on the race to reach really, really deep oil. From Real-World Economics Review, Kevin Quinn (Bowling Green): Markets, politics and freedom in the work of Hannah Arendt; and Riccardo Baldissone (Curtin): Beyond economic fundamentalism. Walden Bello on how "free trade" is destroying Third World agriculture — and who's fighting back. Revenge of the Country Club Republicans: What changing suburban demographics mean for the GOP. The Freedom Nonagenda: Do Americans still believe in democratization? A review of Robert Kagan's The Return of History and the End of Dreams (and more and more).  A look at why science fairs continue to endure and are even changing for the better — the worse, too. A review of The Second Life Herald: The Virtual Tabloid That Witnessed the Dawn of the Metaverse by Peter Ludlow and Mark Wallace. A review of The Quantum Ten: A Story of Passion, Tragedy, Ambition and Science by Sheilla Jones. The celebrities that ordinary people vilify seem disproportionately to be female — why?