Links 1/21/17

Links for you. Science:

Rick Perry brings questionable record on science into energy secretary confirmation hearing
Drug-resistant superbug may be more widespread than previously known
As a Response to Trump, This Group Is Drafting Scientists to Run for Office
The price of doing a postdoc
Do you speak virus? Phages caught sending chemical messages

Other:

FBI, 5 other agencies probe possible covert Kremlin aid to Trump (this is the unsexy part that might just have legs)
This is how American health care kills people (must-read)
The Hate that Dare Not Speak its Name (very good)
The Heroism of Incremental Care
In One Week, The GOP Has Moved To Upend Three Different D.C. Laws
Bernie Sanders to Scott Pruitt: ‘Why is the climate changing?’
Betsy DeVos’ Troubling Approach to Special Education
Who Won The Twitterz
Blackwater boss Erik Prince helped hack the election for Trump
How Barack Obama paved the way for Donald Trump
How to Replace Repealed Obamacare: Use Medicare (mind you, part of the left has been calling for this for about… forty years)
Activist and Sexual Assault Survivor Mahroh Jahangiri Wants Betsy DeVos to Know Why Title IX is So Important
Trump and the Revolt of the White Middle Class (this presumes that a household earning $70k in many areas has it easy. It doesn’t)
America’s Great Working-Class Colleges
Is D.C. city hall big enough for both of them?
Democrats in the Wilderness (too much of TEH SOCIALISMZ! ZOMG! but still good)
With Obama leaving, congressional Republicans move to gut D.C. laws

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3 Responses to Links 1/21/17

  1. kaleberg says:

    re: This is how American health care kills people
    Couldn’t he apply for unborn baby status? No one in Texas could let him die then.

  2. jrkrideau says:

    FBI, 5 other agencies probe possible covert Kremlin aid to Trump

    two people familiar with the matter said.

    And you expect me to believe this? We know that US agencies lie like rugs. Why would I believe this?

  3. jrkrideau says:

    This is how American health care kills people

    Thank God I don’t live in the USA.

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