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Weekend Edition: 9-9

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Why Books and Reading Are More Important Than Ever (“…books remain one of the few defenses we have against narrowness, domination, and mind control. But only if we read them – and then only if we spring into action based on what we’ve learned and discovered.”)

Bookish Linkage

The […]

Weekend Edition: 9-2

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My review of The Autobiography of Satan has been republished at BookGlow

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Why We Must Still Defend Free Speech (“It is easy to recognize inequality; it is virtually impossible to articulate a standard for suppression of speech that would not afford government officials dangerously broad discretion and […]

Weekend Edition: 8-26

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

The Long Lost Thrill of Doing Nothing (“Spontaneous idleness challenges an urge that’s deeply ingrained in many of us, especially in modern, secular societies: the persistent need to feel like we’re making something of our time.”)

A Most American Terrorist: The Making of Dylann Roof (“Roof is what […]

Weekend Edition: 8-19

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My review of The Irrationalist has been republished at BookGlow

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

America At The End of All Hypotheticals (“…despicable speech is protected by the First Amendment, and should remain so.”)

The Fallout From Sportswriting’s Filthiest Fuck-Up (“A butchered score? Not such a big deal. An underage soccer […]

Weekend Edition: 8-12

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There’s been a couple additions to the Curmudgeon’s Gallery

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

How America Lost Its Mind (“We have passed through the looking glass and down the rabbit hole. America has mutated into Fantasyland.”)

W.W.E. the People (“Trump didn’t create the problem — he exploited it.”)

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Weekend Edition: 8-5

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

The Real Legacy of Crazy Horse (“Official high-school graduation statistics for Pine Ridge are hard to come by, but one official estimated that, for every 100 children who enter kindergarten, just 30 will get their high-school diplomas.”)

Cogito Zero Sum (“Dangerous and stupid opinions are ‘normalized’ and given […]