A few quick picks:
- Author Sarah Hoyt has an insightful essay on immigration posted over at Classical Values.
- Ronald Bailey looks at the myth of the “peer-reviewed” science in the IPCC’s Fourth Assessment Report at Reason.
- “Tiger Woods had Sex with 121 Women While Married” – Opposing Views, April 29
So would that be called hect-icosa-monogamy(Greek)? Or cent-vigint-unigamy (Latin)? It’s “monogamy” (Greek), not “unigamy” (Latin) for one wife, but “bigamy” (Latin), not “duogamy” (Greek) for two. My suspicion is Greek would be preferred since it’s “polygamy” (Greek), instead of multigamy (Latin). Inquiring minds want to know!