Estonia in particular is an interesting story.
"A new theory could resolve long-standing contradictions in the saturated-fat research."
Similar to what I've seen elsewhere: if you have a well-functioning liver and kidneys, you don't need detox.
If I were in charge, I'd put a dose of stuff like this in the high school math curriculum.
"[Norman] Borlaug should certainly be on the short list of greatest human [sic] ever."
Noah Carl presents the research support.
Why it's almost as if the Clinton Foundation was just a huge influence buying scheme.
Leaving me with the question: how crazy can it get?
Personally, I think I'd go for three Pallet 100s and save the million dollars. (Yeah, yeah, I know: in California you're paying for the real estate.)
Boy, I do believe this. More federalism has the potential to ameliorate a bunch of our problems.
With a bow to the understudied discipline of Public Choice, the terrific Theodore Dalrymple makes very quick work of a dopey assertion by the director of the World Food Programme.