Weekend Edition: 7-29

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Donald Trump’s War on the 1960s (“…how nice it was that [religious and ethnic minorities] knew their place, didn’t get too uppity and honored the primacy of Christians and whites who, the story goes, steadied and built the United States.”)

Practicing Law 101

If opposing counsel seeks sanctions against […]

Weekend Edition: 7-22

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Atheology Part 1: God Doesn’t Exist; We Do (“The supernatural doesn’t matter, but humans and humanity do.”)

Welcome to the New Trumpism (“This could be Trump’s most far-reaching impact: He’s shown how corrupt a president can go unpunished because of hyper-partisanship.”)

Bookish Linkage

Why medieval libraries chained their […]

Weekend Edition: 7-15

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

All the President’s Lawyers (“For all the uncertainty about what a Trump presidency would bring, one thing should have been clear from the start: It was going to involve a lot of lawyers.”)

We Don’t Need No Education (“The notion that there was a golden age of conservative […]

Weekend Edition: 7-8

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Junkie Running Dry (“Some people simply cannot handle the fact that Donald Trump was elected president. One of those people is Donald Trump.”)

Legal Idiocy of the Week

A Kenyan lawyer is — for the third time no less — suing Israel, Italy, and long dead historical figures for […]

Weekend Edition: 7-1

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Trump’s Lies (“Sometimes, Trump can’t even keep his untruths straight.”)

The Dark Rigidity of Fundamentalist Rural America (“…rural Americans don’t understand the causes of their own situations and fears and they have shown no interest in finding out.”)

Legal Question of the Week

How can New York […]

Weekend Edition: 6-24

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Two-And-a-Half Minutes to Midnight: Our Fear of Nukes and How We Got Here (“… the Doomsday Clock now indicates the world is the closest it has been to disaster since 1953.”)

Blog Headline of the Week

Pundits talk their Ossoff

Bookish Linkage

What are the ethics of a novel […]