Doctors will be made to care
You may have heard of the recent changes to the medical school admissions test, the MCAT, if you read it in this WSJ article. In cooperation with the American Association of Medical Colleges, the Khan Academy has published a helpful series of videos to help with preparation for this exam: “This collection is being developed for the revised MCAT® exam that will first be administered | Read More »
Anybody but Obama? How far would you take that?
Times are tense on RedState these days, and for good reason – the stakes are very high. Hopefully those of at each others’ throats in many threads will start to come together in a few months, with whoever-is-the-nominee against Obama. For now maybe we could find common ground in fictional candidates. (Yes some of these are not fictional people (though for some that may be | Read More »
The Horse Race: My Favorite Candidate Edition
Things are beginning to take shape in the Republican primaries. Thankfully, My Favorite Candidate is in great shape, really. Their finish in the Iowa straw poll either demonstrated their organization and appeal with a strong showing, or their poor showing will prove to be another example of why the Iowa straw poll has no real predictive value. Here is a look at some of My | Read More »
So and so is the true RINO
[Promoted and bumped. Also: HAHAHA! - Moe Lane] So and so has changed positions on more issues than my favorite candidate. Sure, my favorite candidate has changed positions as well, but their changes were the result of experience and wisdom gained while my favorite candidate went through their singularly unique path to the presidency. Reagan is a good example. So and so, on the other | Read More »