ICYMI: Yesterday I posted April's book review, of Sarah Rees Brennan's Tell the Wind and Fire.
Me elsewhere: I looked at the pilot of Containment and first episode of The Night Manager. And here's yesterday's Daily Read.
Hamilton is staying on the $10; Harriet Tubman is replacing Jackson on the $20. I think this is a good outcome, but I'm still amused at Treasury suddenly having to deal with Hamilton The Pop Culture Hero.
Yemen’s guerrilla war tests military ambitions of big-spending Saudis
Yay: ESPN fired Curt Schilling. And their official statement is great.
This is a terrifying chart for Republicans
Washington Post Reporter Doxxed For Writing Critical Article About Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders’ Superdelegate Plan Puts His Progressive Base In A Bind It'll be interesting to see if MoveOn really breaks with him over this.
Bernie Sanders Has Lost the Primary and It’s Making Him a Little Crazy
No political revolution in the United States can succeed without the South.
Yes yes yes: "Can’t participate? Sure they can. Registering as an independent is a choice. In many states, that choice comes with a price: You don’t get to vote in primaries. If you want to vote in a primary, join a party."
The real story behind that feminism tutoring ad is not so funny.