From PopMatters, there are four hip-hop rules for families: One, fathers, take care of your children and their mothers; two, don't talk about other people's mamas; three, be good to your own mother; four, repeat as necessary. A review of The Creative Feminine and Her Discontents: Psychotherapy, Art and Destruction by Juliet Miller. The bipartisan folly of farm subsidies: How the latest farm bill provides welfare for the wealthy. From Seed, science, and morality, of our planet's modern palate: Humanity's rapidly increasing appetite for meat is fast becoming a matter of global consequence; and the evolutionary psychologist Marc Hauser and the documentary filmmaker Errol Morris discuss game theory, Stanley Milgram, and whether science can make us better people. An interview with Sidney Blumenthal, author of The Strange Death of Republican America. The Popularity Gap: A new study reveals that for teens, it's not whether you're really popular — it's whether you think you are. A review of Chris Hedges’ I Don’t Believe in Atheists. An article on the parallel dimension in which anti-Obama chain e-mails make sense. A review of The Fabric of America: How Our Borders and Boundaries Shaped the Country and Forged Our National Identity by Andro Linklater. A review of The Big Sort: Why the Clustering of Like-Minded America Is Tearing Us Apart by Bill Bishop.