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Link Round-up for April 3

STOP EVERYTHING! I think I’ve become innured to the Trump presidency. How could this happen?!!! Where’s my righteous indignation? My commitment to intellect? My distaste for orange oompah-...

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Link Round-up for March 31

From around the blogosphere: Yet another busy week in the news department. Central European University in Budapest came under threat from the Hungarian Fidesz government. Hungarian Free Press, Former...

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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 24

From around the blogosphere: I continue to be amazed how news reports that once would have been huge stories now just get wrapped into the news cycle. On Monday of this week, FBI Director James Com...

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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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