Jul. 10: Quebec finally permits the sale of artificially coloured margarine.
Jul. 17: Shouldn't we have known something was wrong with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?
Jul. 18: Why Paul McCartney in Quebec wasn't just a good idea, but a great one.
Jul. 22: Reflecting on the final conclusion of the Siskel & Ebert TV heritage.
Jul. 25: The hidden connection between Janet Jackson's right boob and George Carlin's seven dirty words.
Jul. 29: The focus is on Richard Branson's slick new superplane, but the road to space tourism may lie elsewhere.
Jul. 30: A joint editorial-board effort, with a medium-heavy contribution from me, on whether girls and boys are truly interchangeable when it comes to performance on standardized math tests.
Jul. 31: A note on Greenland and global warming.