Links for you. Science:
Learning to say no: Seven questions to ask before accepting an invitation
The Heartbreaking Fate of Pangolins
Study: Public health spending saves lives and money, especially in low-income communities
Talk show host delivers DNA test results to white supremacist town founder: ‘You have a little black in you’
A researcher replies to Pilkington @ Yves’ shop
We still are our jobs, but no longer by choice (you probably know this, but worth reading anyway)
Is It O.K. to Kill Cyclists?
How the Unholy Alliance Between the Christian Right and Wall Street Is ‘Crucifying America’ (same as it ever was)
Even Right-Wingers Become Liberals When They Turn Off Fox News: America’s center is to the left, and even Tea Partyers are liberals when they turn off Rush and learn real facts.
How the World Shrugged Off Kristallnacht
The Beatles Succeeded Through Talent, Ambition, and a Lot of Arrogance (Malcolm Gladwell is wrong again!)
Halftones: Walsh & Connolly
The Ancient Ry’leh Real Estate Agency (or something)
Has civil disobedience become too predictable?
Public Option Revisionist History
Martin Walsh may spur late MBTA hours: Called for change during campaign; proponents offer funding formula (this is really important for low-income workers)
Kristof discusses low-income kids! Fails to pursue basic questions (Oklahoma has a great pre-K program, but it hasn’t translated into long-term gains)
Hillary’s Nightmare? A Democratic Party That Realizes Its Soul Lies With Elizabeth Warren
STALKING THE FAUX EDUCATION REPORTERS! Admittedly, they’re from the best schools!
How Republicans Rig the Game: Through gerrymandering, voter suppression and legislative tricks, the GOP has managed to hold on to power while more and more Americans reject their candidates and their ideas