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Extremely Rare Link Thread

In General
On March 20, 2018
I hate putting up lazy link threads, but I was driving all day, am tired, and have a lot of links I want to deal with. So my apologies. Kris Kobach is a douche and an idiot, in addition to being a racist. On the other hand, Larry Krasner is awesome and is setting a […]

Sunday Night Linkage

In Robert Farley
On July 14, 2013
A few Sunday links for your pleasure: What went wrong with the Blue Jays? Capturing some of my current Snowden feelings… Project Terminated looks just fabulous… If you haven’t seen the MIT graphing metadata tool… You know who rocks? Adam Dunn. This is alternately sad and pathetic.  Except that those are more or less the […]
Let’s find us some links… Bernstein is more skeptical than most that the GOP will obstruct the DC circuit nominations. Economic growth and peace in East Asia are probably connected. Employing a student to criticize teaching? Japan and the F-22. Defining the Sino-American relationship. Pentagon considers helping small business supplies. Good luck with that. Slowly […]
Another week slips into memory… Apparently the latest Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia is dedicated to monarchy. Is blogging over? The virtues of buck passing. What with the Battlestar Galactica again… The state cannot function without data… Who doesn’t love lasers and rail guns?
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