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Link Round-up for October 29

From around the blogosphere: The Force of the Proletariat is strong with this one… Because of a legal mandate to remove Communist symbols, a Lenin statue in Odessa has been transformed in...

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Link Round-up for October 26

From around the blogosphere: Once upon a time, on a planet not so far away, lay a kingdom long since overrun by the potent curse of bravado and ignorance. The rulers of this kingdom railed against ...

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Link Round-up for October 22

From around the blogosphere: I’m going to keep things concise this week. In case you have been living under a rock the past few days, Joe Biden has decided not to run for President, ...

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Link Round-up for October 19

From around the blogosphere: Doom and gloom abounded this weekend across the web. Look for yourselves: Dante’s tenth circle of hell Third Intifada? Nope, worse. Here’s why: Haare...

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Link Round-up for October 15

From Around the Blogosphere: Democratic Presidential Debate Neither myself, nor anyone who reads this blog is representative of the general public, but I am going to make a bold claim and say th...

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Link Round-up for October 8

From around the blogosphere: I think it is fair to say that the top international news item this week was the successful conclusion of TPP negotiations. Should the agreement be approved by all of the...

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Link Round-up for October 5

From around the blogosphere: Is Putin's Russia going through some sort of Jan Brady middle child syndrome, acting out to get attention from Europe and the US?  Here's a brief rundown of wha...

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Link Round-up for October 1

From around the blogosphere: As a first year PhD student, it is easy to get lost in one's reading list and lose all connection to the "real world." In a way, I am lucky not to have that option. There...

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Link Round-up for September 28

From around the blogosphere: Remember those vocabulary quizzes from 8th grade? Today's word:  succinct: terse and to the point Is orange no longer the new black? Boehner resigns. Monkey Cag...

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