From The Global Spiral, Neil D. Broom (Auckland): Does Nature Suggest Transcendence?; Aaron Kheriaty (UC-Irvine): God and the Unconscious; and a review of David G. Myers' A Friendly Letter to Skeptics and Atheists: Musings on Why God is Good and Faith Isn't Evil. A review of Defending Humanity: When Force is Justified and Why by George P. Fletcher and Jens David Ohlin. From The National Interest, Joshua Muravchik and Stephen Walt debate the neocons vs. the realists. From The Wilson Quarterly, a review of books on the Great African Hope. From Eureka Street, an article on Joseph Stiglitz, the chuckling economist (and more). From Scientific American, an article on the psychology of "The War on Terror" and other terms for counterterrorism. From The Weekly Standard, Fred Barnes on Sarah Palin's future. It's not campaign ads or talking heads that have the greatest power to reach undecided voters who flip on the TV — it's five women who chat on comfy couches every morning. Things you can tell just by looking at them: Are these talking heads Republicans or Democrats? A review of Montessori, Dewey, and Capitalism: Educational Theory for a Free Market in Education by Jerry Kirkpatrick. Nothing short of a complete overhaul of the airline industry — fewer carriers, fewer flights, and far higher prices — will keep the world flying.