Friday, February 7, 2014

The Daily Links: Putin's Russia, Pussy Riot, and Journalists in Turkey

Posted By on Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Every day we read a lot of stuff. If it's interesting, thought provoking, funny or being shared by everyone we know on the Internet, we share some of it with you. Happy reading.

From Slate: Aborting my son was not about when life begins, but how to end it humanely

From Buzzfeed: What Does Pussy Riot Mean Now?

From Video Watchdog: Tim Lucas on the late Something Weird Video founder Mike Vraney, subject of a tribute tonight at East Nashville's Logue's Black Raven Emporium

From GQ: Inside the Iron Closet: What It's Like to Be Gay in Putin's Russia

From The New Republic: The Loneliness of Vladimir Putin: He crushed his opposition and has nothing to show for it but a country that's falling apart

From Slate: Things Have Gotten Really Bad for Journalists in Turkey

From Wonkblog: 100 Americans die of drug overdoses each day. How do we stop that?

Those are the links. This is a lynx...

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