Harvey Gilmore (Monroe): When We Lie to the Government, it's a Crime, but When the Government Lies to Us, it's Constitutional? James Kalb reviews The Intolerance of Tolerance by D. A. Carson. If Tom Brady is the Don Draper of quarterbacks, then Tim Tebow is Megan Draper, flashing some skin and singing French pop songs, equal parts transfixing and excruciating. From American Scientist, Andrew Gelman and Thomas Basboll on plagiarism as a statistical crime: Whether data are numerical or narrative, removing them from their context represents an act of plagiarism. Steven Poole reviews Holy Sh*t: A Brief History of Swearing by Melissa Mohr. Machines are "reading" novels that literary historians would otherwise never get to — Scott McLemee considers the results and prospects of Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History by Matthew L. Jockers.