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Link Round-up for July 25

From around the blogosphere: As the world seems to degenerate before our eyes, even if previous decades were (“objectively”) a whole lot worse in terms of chaos and violence (good NYT o...

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Link Round-up for July 18

From around the blogosphere: Has the world gone insane? I mean, qu’est-ce-que le every-loving f*#k? There is just too much crazy these days, and I’m getting motion sickness from it all....

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Link Round-up for July 4

From around the blogosphere: Happy July 4th for the Americans out there! In honor of our nation's special day, I’ve re-written some of our most famous patriotic anthems to today’s event...

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Link Round-up for June 27

From around the blogosphere: A Limerick for your Monday: There once was a state of Great Britain, That voted a Brexit to be written, UKIP stoked exit fires But then admitted they were liars...

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Link Round-up for June 24

From around the blogosphere: Brexit—or Europa and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Today I will deviate from my usual course of sampling a few major topics. Brexit is probably...

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Link Round-up for June 20

From around the blogosphere: Do you feel that looming heaviness in the air? That sense of doom and dread just over the horizon? BREXIT is coming!!!! Well, the referendum is, at least. And frankly, ...

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Link Round-up for June 13

From around the blogosphere: Yesterday was certainly a terrible news day. Part of me wants to ignore the shooting altogether so to deny any more influence or bandwidth to ISIS’s ‘fear...

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Link Round-up for June 6

From around the blogosphere: Summer is here; a time when things are supposed to slow down, attitudes are supposed to be a bit more relaxed, and ice cream is no longer an indulgence, but a necessity...

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Link Round-up for June 3

From around the blogosphere: Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy Speech/Trump Roast Yesterday afternoon, Hillary Clinton delivered a major foreign policy address. Nevertheless, the speech...

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Link Round-up for May 30

From around the blogosphere: Today is a very special holiday in the United States – one that too often simply means the start of summer and pool season to many here. And while I too love a ...

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