From, do Americans care about politics? Anthony Fowler and Ryan D. Enos investigate; and John G. Geer on campaign negativity: As American as apple pie. A review of Put the Seat Down and Other Brilliant Insights for an Awesome First Year of Marriage by Jess MacCallum. Does the Air Force Academy have the right mix of civilian and active-duty professors? Politicians lie: We know it and we don't care. The Storming of St. Barth’s: St. Barth’s, the ultimate winter playground, faces an existential threat. Which shipping company is kindest to your packages? A review of The New Nobility: The Restoration of Russia’s Security State and the Enduring Legacy of the KGB by Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan. Esquire goes inside the final days of the election Harry Reid couldn't win. Pregnant Man?: Here is a first-person narrative of having a child through surrogacy, responses to that narrative by other law professors and the surrogate, and a concluding response and epilogue. Do political scandals really distract us from important issues? The Ghost of Gaffes Past: A selection of gaffes from the 2010 campaign that we should forgive. Football and sex: 2010 World Cup unsettles a myth. What happens when you unleash an entrepreneurship evangelist on an education school? The first chapter from The Economics of Enough: How to Run the Economy as If the Future Matters by Diane Coyle. Crime Conundrum: Why are rates of violence and theft dropping in the recession?