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Ebola: The CDC Exhibit

Ebola: The CDC Exhibit

Looking for a great date night idea? Well, if you are in the Atlanta area, the CDC would like...

Just Sayin’:  Il Pesto è Bueno

Just Sayin’: Il Pesto è Bueno

Sure, a TSA agent at Orlando International Airport did just try to take off with a wade of a...

Memory Lane Monday: Who Does This Remind You Of---Round Two

Memory Lane Monday: Who Does This Remind You Of---Round Two

It’s that time of the month, when we present you with three quotes from a figure of history and...

Young Pioneer Stops Offering DPRK Tours for Americans

Young Pioneer Stops Offering DPRK Tours for Americans

In a sure sign that it will take a lot more than Ambassador Rodman and an edible bouquet of...

Genius Idea: Tittooing

Genius Idea: Tittooing

While the FDA wants you to think before you ink, the latest trend in tattooing meets cosmetic...

February’s Book: John Locke’s Two Treatises of Government and A Letter Concerning Toleration

Locke.A reasonably priced combo.As tolerance seems to be the new pervading theme of the Trump Administration, for this month PD felt that a little John Locke was definitely in order.

China Worries about Their Little Men

China.K-Pop? Really, China? As the West turns gender-fluid and non-binary, China is worried that their boys are starting to get too effeminate.

January’s Book: Heart of Darkness

King Leopold II.Within only 20 pages, you’ll be changed.Last month, we reread a Christmas classic and for January, we’re also going to be catching up on the deeds of a man with a big, bushy white beard---King Leopold II of Belgium.

A December Book Club Repeat

Papa Noel.Santa had a bad run-in with the Austin Police Department.This month we decided to go back to a classic for our December PD Book Club pick.

November’s Book: How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life

The Wealth of Nations.You might also know Russ Roberts from the Keynes vs. Hayek rap battle on Youtube. Figuring this month would be a hard one given the results guaranteed of a race between Tyranny and Tyranny are slated to be revealed part way through, our staff found selecting our November PD Book Club Pick to be rather hard--- just like last month when we decided to go with, The Big Short.

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