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Link Round-up for June 19

Well, hello there! Sometimes I wake up totally surprised that the world still exists – that we’ve managed to survive through the night once again, despite lots of peoples’ best effor...

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Link Round-up for June 12

Well, I’ll admit it: there is nothing quite like living in Washington, D.C. in the age of Trump. It is the only city I know of where local bars open early (i.e. 9:30am!) to air a Senate Hearing ...

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Link Round-up for May 22

Quiet week in politics, eh?? Since I have a smorgasbord of news items to choose from, I will focus on the Middle East and Trump’s first overseas adventure as president of the United States.

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Link Round-up for May 15

Ever have that waking dream that the teacher from Peanuts has taken over your news feed? “Wah wah wah wah wah wah wah”… so your eyes glaze over and you stop listening...

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Link Round-up for May 8

Vive la France! A small step for the EU, a big step for… oh, who are we kidding? The world is still chock full o’ doom and gloom despite the election of this handsome new Napoléan....

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Link Round-up for April 21

From around the blogosphere: A victory in the effort to hold powerful white men accountable for sexual assault and harassment, this week Bill O’Reilly was forced out of his position at Fox News...

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Link Round-up for April 17

Another interesting week, but at this point, I don’t think we should be surprised. Let’s start with the MOAB in Afghanistan. Here is an excellent analysis about who the real target is.&nbs...

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Link Round-up for April 10

Well, huh. Trump bombs Assad. While his reasons remain as geopolitically baffling as ever, most people seemed happy at this decision because, you know, Assad sucks. Like I said, huh.

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Link Round-up for April 7

From around the blogosphere: Today in Stockholm a man drove a stolen beer truck into a crowd, killed three, and crashed it into a department store. Terrorism is suspected. The New York Times. ...

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