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An impressive rebound: Spiders player returns from health scare

RICHMOND, Va. – How are you doing?

A simple enough greeting….one many of us use several times a day….and one that Richmond’s Grant Golden has heard quite enough over the past year. 718 more words

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By some miracle the republican President Donald Trump’s administration allowed for the EPA’s publication of the “Climate Change Impacts and Risk Analysis.” I suspect that those trying to push through their tax cut for the rich did not want to tackle this hot political football. 1,883 more words

Politics

From the "The Stupid, It Burns" Department: "Science denial not limited to political right"

Guest rant by David Middleton

Science denial not limited to political right

September 19, 2017

In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, many claims have been made that science denial, particularly as it relates to climate change…

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Stephan Lewandowsky

Chris Mooney Discusses Gov. Rauner's Decision to Sign School Funding Bill

On today’s show, Rick speaks to Chris Mooney, a political science professor at the University of Illinois at Springfield and a member of the U of I’s Institute of Government and Public Affairs. 48 more words

WGN Radio

The Sunday Spin Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 9-3-17: Rep. Avery Bourne, Chris Mooney, and Dan Montgomery

On this week’s edition of The Sunday Spin, Rick kicks off the show with Dave and Sam as they recap the opening week of college football. 166 more words

WGN Radio

Crime Reading at Anchorsholme

Chris Mooney is an american author born and raised in Massachusetts, he has taught at Harvard University and is the bestselling author of eleven novels the most recent being… 402 more words

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Who are you calling 'anti-science'? How science serves social and political agendas

Left, right, populist, elitist: there are many different ways to be anti-science. arindambanerjee/shutterstock

Darrin Durant, University of Melbourne

Florida recently passed a law which “authorizes county residents to challenge use or adoption of instructional materials” in schools. 1,499 more words

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