Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Abomination That Is BP

It’s uncanny how short our collective memory is sometimes. Today, we are able to absorb so much information through so many different sources — which is both great, yet potentially overwhelming to a fault — that it sometimes comes at … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: Feb. 8, 2012

“Why French Parents Are Superior,” by Pamela Druckerman at The Wall Street Journal: An interesting look at cross-cultural ways of child rearing. Notice how the author notes French parents emphasize reading/talking to their kids, exploring nature, and the overall importance … Continue reading

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Continuing Ed

What is the last thing you learned? Like, really learned. I’m not talking about how you learned today on cable news that Newt Gingrich isn’t leaving the race ever — just isn’t. And I don’t really mean how you learned … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: Feb. 1, 2012

Every Wednesday here at The Liberal Artist, we will compile a list of must-read and generally compelling links we’ve recently stumbled upon. As always, feel free to comment, make suggestions, and give us any feedback. Without further adieu, here’s our … Continue reading

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