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Link Round-up for October 3

I’m sure I am not the only one who feels as if I am drowning in the depths of despair given the way the world seems to be (not) working recently. Thank goodness I have a Halloween costume to mak...

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Link Round-up for September 30

From around the blogosphere: The first presidential debate of the general election was short on substance in many ways, none more striking that in foreign policy. Notably absent was any serious d...

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Link Round-up for September 16

Sadly, inevitably, or both, we become easily desensitized to violence. Particularly when it is “over there” it takes a great deal of destruction to move or shock the average consumer of we...

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Link Round-up for August 29

From around the blogosphere: As I sit here still in denial that the school semester is upon me, I realize that I’ve been tuning out the rest of the world this past week in anxious anticipat...

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Link Round-up for August 22

From around the blogosphere: Huh. How is it the end of August already? Sigh. The world keeps going even as I desperately look for a pause button. Here we go: Well, here’s a n...

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Link Round-up for August 8

From around the blogosphere: It’s one of those days, though I’m not really sure what ‘one of those days’ actually is, except for the fact that it is today… TIME...

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Link Round-up for August 1

From around the blogosphere: As we reach what certainly feels like the dog days of summer here in DC, my threshold for BS seems to have waned to unprecedented lows. So once again, I present you wit...

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