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"The erroneous results represented some of the larger correlations between personality and politics ever reported," he said. "They were reported and interpreted, repeatedly, in the wrong direction; and then cited at rates that are extremely high."
"If this study hadn’t come out conforming to the liberal narrative and sliming conservatives, it wouldn’t have attracted much notice," Steven Hayward of Powerline assessed. He then added, "By the way, your tax dollars paid for this essential social science research... And people wonder why Republicans in Congress want to cut off federal funding for social science research."
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When it comes to the specific case of Hollande, a survey by the French Institute of Public Opinion, conducted Jan. 10-11, found that 77% of the French considered it a private affair that concerned only the president, while 23% said it was a matter of public concern.
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Having long despised creative writing as a vulgar American pursuit, English departments are now desperate to hire some minor novelist or failing poet in order to attract the scribbling hordes of potential Pynchons, ripping off their fees in full, cynical knowledge that the chances of getting one’s first novel or volume of poetry past a London publisher are probably less than the chances of awakening to discover that you have been turned into a giant beetle.
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Dolce and Gabbana are not the first openly gay public figures to express opposition to gay marriage or parenthood. In a 2012 interview with the Sunday Times, British actor Rupert Everett is quoted as saying he “can't think of anything worse than being brought up by two gay dads.”
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