From the Journal of Intercultural Communication, Moniza Waheed, Andreas Schuck, Claes deVreese, and Peter Neijens (ASCoR): More Different Than Similar: Values in Political Speeches of Leaders from Developed and Developing Countries; Sonja Modesti (CSU): Looking at You Looking at Me: An Autoethnographic Account of a Tattooed Female and (Re)appropriation of the Tourist Gaze; and Alan Dale Hansen (Carroll) and Kelly Miller Quintanilla (Texas A&M): It’s like a Mexican Bingo. From Crisis, William Fahey on Rick Santorum and the Kingship of Christ (and part 2 and part 3). Irin Carmon debunks the right’s contraception myths: Access to contraception would reduce abortions and unintended pregnancies — here are the simple facts. Does Mark Zuckerberg really deserve all that money? From The Brooklyn Rail, Litia Perta on why Cooper Union matters. The WikiHouse Revolution: Will open-source DIY architecture usher in a new age of architectural innovation? A review of Seeds of Change: The Story of ACORN by John Atlas. What does Unesco recognition mean, exactly?