Links for you. Science:
After 10 years, a whistleblower is vindicated. Here’s why he kept going.
The first 1000 cultured species of the human gastrointestinal microbiota
What happens when you get stoned every single day for five years
Lewis On Bernie: “Didn’t see him. Never Met Him.”
Apparently there’s a special place in hell for Democratic politicians who criticize Barack Obama as insufficiently progressive. And a special place in heaven for politicians who have accepted $133,246 from the private-prisons industry but tell Black and Hispanic voters at a debate shortly before the Nevada caucuses and South Carolina primary that they want to end the private-prison system.
Wait, Harvard Law School’s leading liberal is trying to gut essential climate-change regulations?
Instead of Replacing Flint’s Old Pipes, Why Not Just Build New Ones?
Paul Krugman, Bernie Sanders, and the Fed
David Brooks Doesn’t Like Bernie Sanders or Northern Europe
How the United States built a welfare state for the wealthy
D.C. General Closure: City Officials Hold Meetings in All Eight Wards
Former ISIS Sex Slaves Form All-Female Battalion ‘Sun Ladies’ to Launch Massive Assault on ISIS (wouldn’t want to be ISIS and be captured by them…)
DNC rolls back Obama ban on contributions from federal lobbyists
This is how America rations health care
Warning signs for Hillary Clinton in South Carolina (curious to see how this holds up)
Another Horribly Corrupt PAC Backs Hillary, Attacks Bernie
On Syria: Thank you, Russia!
The Clinton-backed 1994 crime law had many flaws. But it didn’t create mass incarceration. (the reason the crime law is being discussed is because no one wants to bring up welfare reform. It’s, in part, a dog whistle)
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