Link Round-Ups

Link Round-up for March 27

I have to concede that in the annals of cray-cray, this past week was nothing if not tame… even, dare I say it? Mundane. TrumpCare crashed and burned, Gorsuch refused to answer any questio...

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Link Round-up for March 20

I’m not sure I’ve ever felt this disheartened about the state of world politics in my life. I’m repeating myself, but: Clowns to the Left of me, Jokers to the Right. Here I am, st...

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Link Round-up for March 13

I have been uninspired by the news of late, though perhaps ‘uninspired’ is really a mask for burnt out. Obama is the devil blah blah blah… Trump is a buffoon blah blah blah&hel...

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Link Round-up for March 10

From around the blogosphere: The impeachment of South Korea’s president Park Geun-hye has been upheld by an 8-0 ruling of the country’s Constitutional Court. The New York Times. This...

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Link Round-up for March 6

Another weekend of ludicrous assertions in 140 characters or less. I used to enjoy creating these link round-ups. Now, it just reminds me how depressed I am about the world. But the show must go on, a...

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Link Round-up for March 3

From around the blogosphere: First…the news It was another fast-paced news-week, but at this point it seems a bit misguided to expect much different, at least for the near future. The week...

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Link Round-up for February 26

From around the blogosphere: Having spent most of the week in Baltimore for ISA (likely along with the majority of readers) I hope I can be forgiven for turning in a Sunday Link Round-up rather tha...

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Link Round-up for February 20

As many of us prepare to shuffle off to Baltimore for the annual ISA Conference, I am girding my loins for what I imagine to be a LOT of ‘current state of affairs’ talk. And why not? Certa...