Some American kids today are being told that what happened on September 11, 2001 was unimaginable. But that's simply not true. We had imagined it—or something like it—for years, in about a thousand different ways .
Sorry, West Virginians, the news isn't good.
Polling organization Gallup has just released some fascinating statistics on how Americans ideas about immorality have changed over the past twelve years. Those who consider homosexuality immoral are now in the minority. But other kinds of moral outrage never change.
Well, not exactly. Yesterday Gallup released updated data detailing where the world's population would relocate if emigration were a non-issue. Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Botswana, and the United States were among the big gainers, whereas everyone wants to leave Somalia.