The reaction to the United Airlines incident belies public opinion about law enforcement
Perhaps it’s not civic laziness after all
Cost disease in higher education
The demonstrated ignorance of the man who killed two Indians is little different than his peers.
A review of The Hunger Games: Mockingbird: Part II. And some Rube Goldberg machines.
A less-than-fair review
When is it OK to punch a Nazi?
Not paranoid enough!
Not paying taxes for 18 years is not necessarily tax evasion
Consequentialists are allowed to think about the consequences of their actions. That’s the whole point.
Here’s a study. Can you guess the result?
Blogging is fun. Why do so few women in the economics profession do it? Vikram mansplains.
Donald Trump is not the person who said the most annoying thing about race this week.
A book written for book reviewers
Vikram is a terrible father. Tell him so.
Remember the embarrassing Chinese laundry detergent commercial? Here is an uncontroversial one.
Racism can be a direct consequence of excluding race as a factor when you make judgments
The transformational discussion about race that wasn’t.
Trump’s probability of winning the nomination was not 1.5625%.
The best biography written by a CEO is not a business biography.
Are we addicted to outrage or just narcissistic opinion-having?
A CEO crashing his car is an accident. A CEO crashing his car and dying a day after being indicted for criminal charges is not.
A win for Black Lives Matter creates suspicion in China.
Civil Rights Acts of the past look like conservative documents today.
I can’t figure out who this is for.
Vikram explains to his daughter why Buzzfeed is great.
A peculiar reason to buy a second car
Vikram thinks confirmation bias may be an adaptation to a bigger problem. Also, he finally saw Star Wars VII.
Some light speculation as to which companies may get there first.
Prepare to be “amazed” and “captivated”.
Black Friday sales are down 10% from last year.
A glimpse into the mind that created Tinder
The University of Wisconsin at Madison is going to be just fine…at least for a while.
Alphabet is about Google not becoming Microsoft.