Aside from the steadily accumulating “sneak preview” material from the May/June issue of the Monthly (which you can access in toto here), there is plenty of other interesting content on the site:
* At Ten Miles Square, George Washington University’s Sarah Binder guides readers through a discussion of whether an obscure Senate rules change in 1806 created the modern filibuster.
* Also at Ten Miles Square, Georgetown University’s Erik Voeten compares public opinion on same-sex marriage in Europe and the U.S. and discovers there’s a lot more variation among EU countries than among American states.
* At College Guide, Daniel Luzer explodes a statistic used in a conservative attack ad claiming that most college graduates are having to move back in with their parents.
* And also at College Guide, Luzer advises that if you want to be admitted to Harvard, it’s a statistically sound gambit to send a post to the New York Times blog for high school seniors, The Choice.