Links for you. Science:
Congress Betrays The U.S. STEM Worker Once Again
Cavemen Were Better at Depicting Quadruped Walking than Modern Artists: Erroneous Walking Illustrations in the Fine Arts from Prehistory to Today
How to Create an American Technical Talent Shortage
Florida Asks FDA Approval to Eliminate Dengue Fever With Genetically Modified Mosquitoes
The Never Ending Science and Technology Job Lie
Why do Democrats always ask for small items when negotiating? (must-read)
Only Obama Can Revive the Tattered FDA (excellent article about the intersection between policy and antibiotic resistance)
Oops: Michigan Republicans Have Passed a Right to Work Law that may be Impossible to Implement
Do business subsidies make sense for regions? No: Reform the nation’s wasteful incentive system
YES, REPUBLICAN VOTERS THINK ACORN STILL EXISTS — BECAUSE FOX KEEPS SAYING SO
When Even Santa Can’t Get a Job
LA Mayor Villaraigosa joins corporatist “Fix the Debt” board; petition wants him to quit
Medicare Eligibility Age on the Table?
Sell-Out of the Century?
Low-Wage Jobs Don’t Just Harm Workers — They Harm Their Children
Oh You Have GOT to be Kidding Me: Medicare Edition
Jonathan Chait and the Goldilocks principle (Chait is a concern troll, nothing more)
Bridging The Fiscal Cliff: A Wall Street Sales Tax
More vegetables, fewer calories: Are students eating more healthily this year?
Once upon a time in 1956, there were Republicans who supported unions and Social Security
NYT Series Illuminates — And Confuses — The State of the Subsidy Wars
Origin and Early History of Platinum Coin Seigniorage In the Blogosphere