“Set in the advertising world of the 1960s, ‘Mad Men’ is stunning to look at – a Camelot-era parade of smartly dressed professionals lounging around on midcentury modern furniture.”
- Regency romances end in marriage; zombie stories end in the zombies being vanquished. ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ delivers both.
- Republicans and blacks had an unlikely alliance around ‘max black’ after the 1990 census. By concentrating black voters in some districts, the strategy elected a record number of black congressmen in 1992. But the remaining ‘bleached’ districts were more likely to elect white Republicans.
- Serving up ads based on behavioral targeting can itself be an invasion of privacy, especially when the information used is personal.
- Set in the advertising world of the 1960s, ‘Mad Men’ is stunning to look at – a Camelot-era parade of smartly dressed professionals lounging around on midcentury modern furniture.
- Social Security, all public and no option, rescued older Americans from living their final years in poverty.
- State assaults on the separation of church and state are nothing new.
- Supporters of tough voter ID laws are not afraid of vote fraud – they are afraid of democracy.
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