A new issue of Wag's Revue is out. David Schleicher (George Mason): I Would, But I Need the Eggs: Why Neither Exit Nor Voice Substantially Limits Big City Corruption. Fans of the Baffler style in American politics, rejoice: Thomas Frank has selected the bold critic, editor, and fellow history Ph.D. John Summers to head a revamped Baffler. The President’s Crack Team: We do not hear much about the Navy Seals, and with good reason. "A superhero has nothing on these guys": A guide to the media's Navy SEALs porn. Can it be bad to be too clean? Kathleen Barnes talks about the hygiene hypothesis, which raises the possibility that our modern sterile environment may contribute to conditions such as asthma and eczema. Elizabeth Rubin on our strange dance with Pakistan. Online wedding registries: Are they crass, thoughtful, or both? Inevitable Conclusion: A review of The Inevitable: Contemporary Writers Confront Death. From Pew Research Center, a special report: "Beyond Red vs. Blue: The Political Typology". Yes, you can own sunlight: J. Gabriel Boylan on the curious story of modern property law. Routledge, the respected academic publishing house, has published a book review that is a depressing tour de force of contemporary highbrow leftist anti-Semitism. In praise of distraction: Why you should be allowed to surf the Web at work. An interview with Jonathan Franklin, author of 33 Men: Inside the Miraculous Survival and Dramatic Rescue of the Chilean Miners. John Piper says God has mixed emotions on Osama bin Laden's death. There, I fixed it: 10 hilariously bad home DIY projects (and more). The joy of e-reading: It’s a shame some libraries are closing, but this is not the end of civilisation — quite the opposite. What made the AK-47 so popular?