Last Night’s Links Have Already Been Superseded; Progress Inevitably Marches On
* A husband and wife running a private Milwaukee voucher school that abruptly closed last month — after accepting a total of more than $2.3 million in taxpayer money — now live in a gated community in Florida by the beach, records show.
* Sorry Lindsey: The constant focus on accusing current faculty of corruption and current graduate students of contemptible delusion makes no sense, analytically or politically.
* And nobody’s perfect: The New York Times Had A Mistake On Its Front Page Every Day For More Than 100 Years.
Written by gerrycanavan
January 16, 2014 at 11:00 am
Posted in Look at what I found on the Internet
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