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Juan Cole Watch: Juan Cole blocks Selecting Stones on Twitter

October 13, 2013

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It has come to the attention of the scientific editors of Selecting Stones that one of Science’s greatest enemies, that charlatan academic blogger named Juan Cole, has blocked Selecting Stones from his Twitter account. Please see the screenshot below, and click to see it in full size: What a doofus!  How could the owner of […]

Selecting Stones implements new Threat Advisory System for Juan Cole Watch

February 10, 2013

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As of Sunday, February 10, 2013, the ongoing Juan Cole Watch on Selecting Stones will implement a new Threat Advisory System.  We will be constantly monitoring the activities of Prof. Cole in order to warn the public of new threats.  In particular, the Threat Advisory System will alert unsuspecting readers to the current danger posed […]

Juan Cole Watch: What does Juan Cole’s secret Love Affair with the CIA say about Academia?

January 27, 2013

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Middle East Studies professor Juan Cole fancies himself something of a superstar among academic armchair-leftists, thanks in no small part to his mindless and puerile blog Informed Comment, which is apparently quite popular among other academic armchair-leftists.  What are the “left-wing” credentials of somebody like Juan Cole, though?  It remains something of a question.  After […]

Getting to know Selecting Stones: A Basic FAQ

January 10, 2013

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Q: Will capitalism survive the next storm or is this truly the end of the world? A: It depends on the proletariat.  The interests of capital and wage labor are diametrically opposed to one another.  But technically speaking, the end of capitalism does not necessarily have to mean that the world is coming to an […]

Juan Cole Watch: Why is Prof. Cole so concerned about Jesus’ wife?

September 26, 2012

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Last week, when the story came out about an interesting papyrus containing an ancient Coptic text mentioning Jesus’ wife, Prof. Juan Cole of the University of Michigan, naturally, felt the need to chime in on the topic via his lackluster blog, Informed Comment.  The post, entitled “The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife and Sacred History from […]

Juan Cole Watch: Informed Comment panders for donations to fund Professor Cole’s travels

December 6, 2011

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Juan Cole is now shamelessly soliciting his readers for money, $25,000 to be precise.  You, the Internet user, now have the privilege of writing out checks payable directly to “Juan Cole” (but addressed to Department of History, 1029 Tisch Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003), just for the joy of receiving a little […]

A Note on Juan Cole’s Advertising Revenue

September 19, 2011

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Check out this interesting advertisement on Juan Cole’s blog, Informed Comment.  (See screenshot below, click for full-size view.)  It’s good to know that, as a valiant academic fighter for the Palestinian people and their cause, Juan Cole is a man of principle.

Hurricane Irene swallows up Juan Cole

August 26, 2011

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By Larry Duvalier Well, not literally, but it certainly swallowed up whatever ability to think straight that he may have once had.  And that’s before it even reached North Carolina.  Good thing Ann Arbor isn’t on the coast! Today, on his blog Informed Comment, University of Michigan Middle East Studies professor Dr. Juan Cole chimed in […]

An Open Letter to Prof. Juan Cole

July 19, 2011

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Dear Professor Juan Cole, You know so much about capitalism and unproductive labor, colonialism and social theory, ‘nativism’ and commerce, corporate privileges and onion ports. I can only assume that you come from a town such as Albuquerque, New Mexico, since you exhibit all the signs of the clever mind who sees through the world […]

Sharia in Oklahoma, or Who is the Bigger Idiot: State congresswoman Sally Kern, or Middle East Studies professor Juan Cole?

June 16, 2011

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By Larry Duvalier Juan Cole just said something rather strange on his blog, Informed Comment.  The piece covers the arrest yesterday of five Pakistani C.I.A. informants by Pakistani authorities.  Big news, no doubt.  Cole notes that U.S.-Pakistan relations have recently been “breaking down” in “alarming ways.”  He cites the case of Raymond Davis, an American […]

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