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Weekend link dump for December 2

“How to Shop Online Like a Security Pro”.

“And here, too, is a story of Christian outlaws springing into action to protect a human and that human’s rights from unjust thugs with no regard for that person’s humanity or rights”.

RIP, Dr. Olivia J. Hooker, first black woman to join the U.S. Coast Guard, professor at Fordham University, and the last known survivor of the Tulsa Race Riots of 1921.

“The people who knocked on doors and texted voters and drove people to the polls leading up to the midterms may be wondering what’s to be done between now and the 2020 election. The answer is simple: protect the courts.”

“So people who go around claiming that diversity decreases trust, as if this is some sort of established scientific fact, are badly mistaken. There’s plenty of evidence pointing in the other direction.”

An interview with the mysterious new artist of the Nancy comic. Also: Sluggo is lit.

“Why the hell won’t the President of the United States agree to an interview with federal law enforcement?”

RIP, Ricky Jay, master magician and actor.

“Advances in forensic science and robotics may help law enforcement analyze some of the country’s 225,000 unprocessed rape kits”.

RIP, Stephen Hillenburg, creator of SpongeBob SquarePants.

Yes, please do repeal the Hyde Amendment.

Everything you wanted to know about the most successful college basketball program in Canada but were afraid to ask.

“Rail fans, rejoice. Federal rules no longer bar U.S. passenger rail systems from using modern, lightweight train cars.”

Don’t let liars lie about climate change on TV. Really, letting liars onto your TV news show to lie about anything is a bad idea, but in this case the lies are especially egregious.

There’s more to the story of that “best burger in America” place that went out of business following that story.

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