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  1. The eclectic mix of politics, economics, science, philosophy & cultural criticism is one of the chief strengths/selling points of Politics & Prosperity.

    Baseball statistics posts notwithstanding, this reader/subscriber regularly takes time out to click on the link whenever a new Pol & Prosperity blog post shows up via e-mail (even when it’s inconvenient to do so, and/or I’m not initially enthused about the subject matter).

    Not many blogs warrant that.

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