Naomi Mezey (Georgetown): The Death of the Bisexual Saboteur. From Cato Journal, a special issue on William A. Niskanen. Luxembourg, population 524,853, is a founding member of the United Nations, and Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn is fighting to secure the country a temporary seat on the UN Security Council — is the Grand Dutchy big enough to land the job? Yair Rosenberg on why “The West Wing” is a terrible guide to American democracy. Emily Wilson reviews From Villain to Hero: Odysseus in Ancient Thought by Silvia Montiglio. What do recent instances of imaginative literature make of the affliction of terrorism and the tragedy of war? Nandini Ramachandran investigates. Henry Blodget on why it's time people realized that The Drudge Report is a major media property worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Researchers have found exact spot where Julius Caesar was stabbed. Bad news, rap dudes: Turns out Rihanna is now the most “Liked” person on Facebook. The universe and us: In the grand scheme of things, how important are we? A review of The God Problem: How a Godless Cosmos Creates by Howard Bloom.