Links 8/28/15

Links for you. Science:

US Surgeon General, Vivek Murthy, Says He Has No Regrets About Saying Gun Violence Is Public Health Issue
An angry (?) koala (anyone know anything about koala behavior?)
Following criticism, PLOS removes blog defending scrutiny of science (I’ve said this before, but science journalists and scientists do not always have the same objectives or concerns)
21 Peer Reviewers Who Should Really Examine Their Own Lives
The politics of sociological consciousness (no, this isn’t misplaced; yes, I subtweet hard)

Other:

Donald Trump’s surge is all about less-educated Americans
Why A 20-Week Abortion Ban Is Scary For All Women
The end of walking
How America’s Most Useless Crop Also Became Its Most Commonly Grown One
Bernie Sanders Would Tax The Income Of The Wealthiest Americans At 90 Percent
RIP Julian Bond, A Personal Hero
Here’s What Actually Gets Terrorists To Tell The Truth — And It’s Not Torture
Class and Race
Race and Class Part 2
Judges Nixing Keystone XL South Cases Had Tar Sands-Related Oil Investments
aerophone-telephon Frontispiece to Hugo Gernsback’s Radio for All (1922)
Edward Thomas, Policing Pioneer Who Wore a Burden Stoically, Dies at 95
College Affordability: Comparing the Clinton and Sanders Plans
Why Is Stolen Art So Hard to Find?
How We Live
Disqualified

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