Links 11/25/15

Links for you. Science:

A Once Powerful Antibiotic Goes the Way of All Flesh
Did humans approach the southern tip of South America more than 18,000 years ago?
A simple suggestion for Deputy Director for Extramural Research Lauer and CSR Director Nakamura
How Can We Write About Science When People Are Dying?
Forensic Pseudoscience: The Unheralded Crisis of Criminal Justice

Other:

Do Charter Schools Cherrypick Students? (similar story in D.C.)
Inside Philly’s substitute teacher crisis: ‘Totally insane, stupid and evil wrapped into one little package’
For New Metro Leader, Long-Term Questions Come With $6 Billion Price Tag (a key point is that trips from the ‘burbs to the city core are up, yet Virginia and Maryland, especially MD, don’t want to pay for it)
D.C. police framed man imprisoned 27 years for 1981 murder, U.S. jury finds
Medicaid: Worst insurance in America? Critics – like Carly Fiorina – who claim Medicaid coverage stinks should talk with parents who’ve actually relied on the program
Hillary Clinton Told Wall Street To ‘Cut It Out’—Not So Much, the Record Shows
The Big Idea That Could Bring Disaffected Voters Back to the Polls: Bernie Sanders has a plan to expand, not “save,” Social Security—and it should be popular.
Walmart Workers On Hunger Strike Confront Clinton Staff At Campaign Headquarters
The Bible Written In New York City Blog Voice
The War on Xenophobia
Chords With Friends: For the past 15 years, The Max Levine Ensemble has been shaping D.C.’s DIY punk scene.
Terrorized by NRA insanity: The GOP’s incoherent and inhumane gun/refugee calculus
Dumb Hicks Are America’s Greatest Threat
The weird economic netherworld of credit cards
Top response to the refugee haters
The Farce Awakens
Stop the bed-wetting over refugees
More unpopular economic opinions
The REALLY ANNOYING Don’t-Wanna-Subsidize-Wealthy-Kids’-College-Tuition Canard
Museum Statement on Syrian Refugees
Woodrow Wilson was extremely racist — even by the standards of his time

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