". . . one key differentiator was that they kept learning new things throughout their life".
John Stossel presents some "inconvenient facts".
Yes, they now are, thanks to "science [and] capitalism".
A fine quote attributed to Big Al. (12th quote down from the top.)
Can't vouch for most of these, but I have seen the MSG one elsewhere.
And there's this: "Red Meat Is Not a Health Risk. A New Study Slams Years of Shoddy Research."
The first- and second-ranked majors are no surprise.
Even just for reading and writing fluency it's still quite daunting for a native English speaker.
Sad but I think true.
School choice is a way out: "Charter schools are now the last best hope to save US public education".
Once again, you can't make stuff like this up.
As of July 29, the IRS had a backlog of 10.2 million unprocessed individual returns [3.7 million as of Nov. 11, 2022]. Blame the pandemic, sure, but also the agency’s embarrassingly outdated, paper-based system, which leaves stacks and stacks of returns cluttering shelves, hallways and even the cafeteria.
On the Pipeline, paper tax returns aren’t scanned into computers; instead, IRS employees manually keystroke the numbers from each document into the system, digit by digit.
Maybe true, but I don't think you should try this at home.
Funny or tragically sad, you decide:
You can google "sample diversity statement" and get untold numbers of examples. This is such a rote exercise that some universities like UNC even give you examples about what they expect you to say. They don't care if you actually mean anything you say, they just require you to say it.
Like the key to real estate is "Location, location, location," my key to personal finance is "Save money, save money, save money".
"Why liberal college professors can’t admit their own complicity".
I read a number of pieces that claimed legalizing pot would be such a great change. Maybe in a perfect world, but never underestimate the ability of government to screw things up.
"As much as $400 billion . . ."
The author concludes "yes" and I think so, too.
Irving Kristol didn't call the Republicans "the stupid party" for nothing.
"Yesterday's conspiracy theories are today's legacy media news reports . . ."
Related: "Missouri Doctor Faces $500 Billion in FTC Fines for Promoting Vitamin D3 During Pandemic".
The inimitable Andrew Ferguson says goodbye to Speaker Pelosi in his unique way.
"Follow the midfield" and three other potentially useful suggestions.
I would say this is astonishing, but these days a lot of what I read and hear about seems astonishing.
Not much detail is given on the methodology of this ranking, but I really question whether #1 is ranked correctly.
The late, great Marvin Gaye in another fine mosogotam remix.
"One of the key changes—pun intended—to the pop charts in the last 60 years is the demise of key changes. What happened?"
Unusual for a list of this type, I am largely in agreement with the highest ranked ones.
The Federal Reserve is largely a failed institution. Despite more than a century of experience, it remains inept at basic monetary policy, let alone extraordinary measures such as last-resort lending."