Hey everyone, I’d like to thank everyone for reading. Plausible Deniability has taught me a lot about many things, mostly about politics and writing, namely, what works, and what doesn’t. From time to time, the distinction between the two is very fine, and sometimes very difficult to locate. To that end, nearly two and a
As I’ve recently entered Wayne State pursuing a graduate degree in economics, posting will probably be a bit more sporadic in the near future until I get a better handle on my workload. So, I’ll try to update on a more regular basis, but that’s not going to be for a bit yet.
In about a month, the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic takes place. Bloomberg interviewed the man who discovered the wreck site, only to find out that the Titanic, at the time, was not the primary target of the expedition, it was merely a side job. Oceanographer Robert Ballard was commissioned by the US
China is so awash in family planning, be it contraception or abortion, that if Rick Santorum lived there, his head would explode. We all know about China’s one child policy, implemented in 1979 at the beginning of a period of reforms that placed China on the trajectory towards political stability and economic growth upon which
It’s been a while since I’ve started writing here, and though I haven’t always been consistent with posting, I think that lately I’ve been much more so. As a result, today was my 500th posting. Thanks to all of you for reading, you’ve been a pleasure to write for.
There’s been talk for years of adding a 51st state, usually centered around Puerto Rico, but it’s come to naught. 50, a good, solid round number is easier for most of us to grasp, and, besides, if we were to add another state, we’d all have to go to the unnecessary expense of buying new
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