Links 7/11/19

Links for you. Science:

These superbug-fighting viruses are making a comeback
The Symmetrical Wave Pattern of Base-Pair Substitution Rates across the Escherichia coli Chromosome Has Multiple Causes (technical, but excellent)
Queer voices in palaeontology
This killer belt of seaweed stretches all the way across the Atlantic
Rainforest on Fire


Why Isn’t Trump Trying to Win the Center? (brilliant shade-throwing)
Americans Shouldn’t Have to Drive, but the Law Insists on It (excellent)
Trump Is Evidently Already Planning Another July 4 ‘Salute To America’ (politics aside, people in D.C. hated it, and that’s before the massive spike in air pollution)
The Ignoring of Kirsten Gillibrand
New Coke Didn’t Fail. It Was Murdered.
The true origins of the Seth Rich conspiracy theory.
What the Measles Epidemic Really Says About America
The Democrats Are Not an Opposition Party
The Freshman Democratic Women Get So Much Attention Because They Do Good Things That Democrats Like
Ban Staffers from Working on Fundraising
Republicans are eating our lunch. I want a 2020 Democrat tough enough to eat theirs.
Rich Men Behaving Criminally
We need to get rid of Cyrus Vance Jr.
The President’s Latest Rant About Wildfires Is Mind-Numbingly Stupid
Billionaire insists he has legal parking spot on West Village street, infuriating neighbors who say he created a fake space for himself
Ross Perot Was a Big, Loud, Transformational Crank
Want to beat Trump in 2020? Register people to vote.
Trump’s Counties
There May Be More Racist Border Patrol Facebook Groups
Nancy Pelosi Doesn’t Know Who The Democratic Party Is Anymore

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1 Response to Links 7/11/19

  1. Zachary Smith says:

    *** The Ignoring of Kirsten Gillibrand ***

    I’ll be waiting with bated breath for the Warmongering Post to produce a similar article about Tulsi Gabbard. In the meanwhile, I took a look at Gillibrand, and couldn’t help but notice the woman has no noticeable core principles at all. Consider “The Secret Affair of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Philip Morris”


    She was an enthusiastic supporter of the destruction of Libya, and has voted repeatedly for sanctions on Iran, Russia, and Venezuela. It’s my guess Bezo’s Blog has good reason to believe I’m wrong about that “no core principles” thing in at least one instance – Gillibrand has been very, very good with her support of the Apartheid state and everything it wants.

    *** New Coke Didn’t Fail. It Was Murdered. ***

    Does the Mother Jones site have nothing better to do than cry about a marketing screw-up by an enormous multi-billion dollar corporation? There actually are quite a few other substantial issues to write about.

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