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Jerri-Lynn right here. Compiling immediately’s Hyperlinks  jogged my memory of the warning I acquired once I first arrived at MIT in autumn 1979: maintaining with my research could be like making an attempt to take a drink from a fireplace hose. Alas, numerous worthwhile hyperlinks ended up on the reducing room ground immediately. A few of these – pertaining to Dobbs v. Women’s Health Organization – I’ll talk about in a submit to be launched later immediately.

As for all of the hyperlinks that did make immediately’s lower, take pleasure in! If readers suppose I missed something Hyperlink-worthy, please point out my oversight in immediately’s feedback. I at all times attempt to learn the Sunday feedback earlier than I submit Monday’s Hyperlinks, in order to select up on something I’ll have in any other case ignored. Thanks!


Good God, I can’t publish this… The Critic

From aardvark to woke: inside the Oxford English Dictionary New Statesman

Frozen baby mammoth discovered in Yukon excites Canada BBC

‘C.L.R. James’ Review: From Trinidad to Trotsky WSJ

The Victim Cloud Harper’s

Three cheers for booing in the theatre The Spectator

Iconoclasm of the Vanities: Why We Are Destroying Statues American Affairs

The End of the Art-Baby Problem The New Republic

Ada Calhoun comes to terms with a neglectful father in ‘Also a Poet’ WaPo of Inefamyens

Bob Stanley’s pre-history of pop breathes life into a lost musical era New Statesman

A Brief History of Women’s Eyebrows in Art Hyperallergic

The resurgence of Venice’s prized dorona grape BBC

19th-century letters between two sisters reveal early records of avian life in Madras Scroll

Queens of Infamy Longreads

The Ultimate Summer 2022 Reading List Literary Hub I’m posting this for its listing of lists, as I don’t suppose a lot of the compiler’s prime suggestions,  aside from the advice of Mohsin Hamid’s newest, which is on my to-read pile. I’ve loved a lot of his earlier novels, though some I discovered not as effective as touted. These lists will prod me to get severe about this summer time’s studying. Curling up with an excellent e book is likely one of the solely methods I’ve discovered to flee being overwhelmed by the flood of latest dangerous information.


Biden officials to keep private the names of hospitals where patients contracted Covid Politico. So, precisely is that non-public threat evaluation speculated to work?

How hiring the wrong medical “expert” derailed US pandemic response Ars Technica

“In the Worst Case, It Could Take a Few More Winters” Der Spiegel

Covid-19 ‘magic mirror’ reflects widening fissures in Chinese society  South China Morning Submit (re Šilc )


New Not-So-Chilly-Warfare

Fall of Severodonetsk is Russia’s biggest victory since Mariupol Al Jazeera

An Iron Curtain descends on Europe and the USA Gilbert Doctorow

Swiss customs say Russian gold import arrived from the UK


EU candidates Ukraine, Moldova face long road to join the bloc Deutsche Welle

Italy’s PM Says EU May Convene Extraordinary Summit On Energy As Russia Reduces Gas Supply Republic World

No, We Can’t Afford €100 Billion for Rearmament Jacobin

G7 face battle for unity as cost of Ukraine war mounts BBC

What would a ‘Marshall Plan’ for Ukraine entail? Deutsche Welle ((re Šilc)


SCOTT RITTER: The Fantasy of Fanaticism Consortium Information

Russia Is Running Out Of [Whatever The Media Claim] Moon of Alabama

Previous Blighty

The Pointless Keir Starmer Craig Murray

‘What have we done?’: six years on, UK counts the cost of Brexit Guardian (re Šilc )


​Iran and EU agree to restart nuclear deal talks on Borrell visit Al Jazeera


The Supreme Court’s Gun Ruling Yesterday Shows It Isn’t Pro-Life Jacobin


Local weather Change

Let Them Eat Fermented Protein Literary Hub

Global CEOs urge G7 leaders to step up climate action FT

Unusual early-season threat in Atlantic’s main development region Yale Local weather Connections

‘They Own the Ocean’: Gwadar’s Struggle With Illegal Fishing The Diplomat

The Mexican Energy Option Consortium Information

Woke Watch

The most pressing diversity issue in publishing? Groupthink Prospect

Groves of Academe

The Hysterical Style in the American Humanities Chronicle of Greater Schooling

The Supremes

The shame of the Supreme Court (furzy)


A Piece of Pizza and a Beer London Overview of Books

The Dobbs Decision Unleashes Rage and Revisionism Jonathan Turley

‘Crossing the Line’ to Get an Abortion Capital & Major

Roe v Wade: The world reacts to US abortion ruling BBC

Trump privately called a Roe v. Wade reversal ‘bad’ for his party NYT. Actually relies upon largely on whether or not the DNC Democrats do something greater than ‘struggle for’ restoring abortion rights in no alternative states.

HIPAA won’t protect you, if prosecutors want your reproductive health records Stat

Spurred by Roe overturn, senators seek FTC probe of iOS and Android tracking Ars Technica

Class Warfare

Why Are So Many Firefighters Still Struggling to Afford Housing? Capital & Major

Summer travel misery ahead as industry workers in revolt France 24

‘I’m grateful I got anything’: Burger King worker, 60, who got movie ticket, candy and pens for 27 years of service without missing a shift says he’ll pay for his grandkids to go to college as GoFundMe soars past $130,000 Each day Mail (re Šilc)

The Fall and Rise of the U.S. Top 1 PercentBarry Ritholtz (re Šilc)

UK rail strike live coverage WSWS

Waste Watch

Harley Davidson Now Won’t Void Warranties Over Third-Party Parts or Repairs Jalopnik. Seems that each one that was essential to get an organization to permit for a proper to restore was for the FTC to do its job and regulate. Bravo Lina Khan et al. Ordinarily, I’d submit on this improvement, if I didn’t have posts deliberate on the abortion ruling, and the Supremes choice to not hear Bayer’s glyphosate attraction.

FTC Takes Action Against Harley-Davidson and Westinghouse for Illegally Restricting Customers’ Right to Repair FTC

FTC Chair Says Right to Repair is a ‘Top Priority’ Aftermarket Information. From two weeks in the past; nonetheless germane.

Imran Khan challenges NAB law amendment in Supreme Court Daybreak


River Reflections: Impermanence, Erosion, Migration On The Brahmaputra India Spend

Inside the Fight To Decide How Pure India’s Drugs Need To Be The Wire

Centre gets NHRC notice on report that air pollution shortens lifespan of Indians by five years Scroll

PM Modi issues departure statement ahead of his visit to Germany and UAE on 26-28 June Firstpost

Gujarat Police Arrest Teesta Setalvad, Activist Who Pursued 2002 Riots Case Against Modi The Wire

From miniatures, manuscripts to textiles and photos: Art comes alive in BN Goswamy’s Conversations Scroll Essays written by a beautiful, gracious man, whom I as soon as had the pleasure of assembly.

Drowning: A silent killer Dhaka Tribune. Bangladesh strikes to launch a community of community-based early childhood care amenities, to be able to cease kids from drowning: the main explanation for loss of life for kids on this very moist nation. I’ll watch this proposal with curiosity, as I do know a Bangladesh NGO drastically diminished loss of life from childhood diarrhea by broadly distributing – and exhibiting individuals find out how to use – measuring spoons for salt and sugar, so as to add to wash water, to make home made rehydration answer. See Bare Capitalism here. The most recent initiative raises an apparent query: if Bangladesh can afford to launch a nationwide plan for community-based early childhood care facilities, why can’t the U.S. do the identical?


How’s the China-India economic relationship changed 2 years on from the deadly Galwan Valley border clash? South China Morning Submit


Mass actions against President Kais Saied’s rule intensify in Tunisia Individuals’s Dispatch


Earthquake poses test of US resistance to the Taliban Accountable Statecraft

A minimum of 27 migrants are useless after a mass try to breach the Spanish border fence yesterday.

Horrifying photos present Moroccan safety forces surrounding a pile of our bodies on the base of the border wall — the useless, along with the injured and

— Max Granger (@_maxgranger) June 25, 2022

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