Saturday, September 20, 2008

Saturday Morning (Journalism) Quarterback

The top five stories worth reading from this past week in worth-reading stories:

This week, we all got a crash course in economic crashes. The Nation reports We're in economic freefall and BOTH parties are responsible. Alternet explores whether or not these collapses deter retirement portfolio investments, and The American Prospect says the need for market reform is clear - and conservative, free-market ideology has failed.

But more importantly than that - there's a pumpkin crisis!

There's a great article in the Boston Globe this week on DIY Biology.

In health news, The Huffington Post reports hundreds of tons of drugs are dumped into our water annually, and the chemical industry doesn't want you to know what's in everyday products.

Finally this week, The New Republic asks: who owns antiquity?


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