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Friday Night Links

Friday Night Links

Joan Rivers defends Israel, Hillary Clinton comments on Vladimir Putin, states push back on federal regulations on bake sales, and more.

Some links from across the web for your weekend reading and viewing.

Added by WAJ: Listen to my interview about Israel, Gaza and what the BDS movement has in store on campus this year:

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BannedbytheGuardian | July 25, 2014 at 8:05 pm

I think it is time to ignore all former secretary of states & indeed all former office holders from the commentary box ( if not the earth) . Seriously it is just too crowded & people are just tuning out .

Yesterday I saw ‘Bob Dole’ & thought that is familiar but who the heck is he & what has he got to do with the price of fish?

    Why? Learned and well-connected former Secretaries of State, like Kissinger, can be very helpful. The problem is Hillary and her likes. She knows precious little, and she’s not very diplomatic. Who starts negotiating by surrendering all demands?

      BannedbytheGuardian in reply to edgeofthesandbox. | July 25, 2014 at 9:19 pm

      Give us a BrszzznnnssszzznnnssskkkwwwI .

      We were always just spellbound by the consonants & absence of vowels & never listened to them anyway. Now they are in various stages of dementia.

      Yatsenuk can now join the EX politician celebrity circuit because he has 3 vowels to 5 consonants . He needs some help with his first name which has to be friendlified.. Way too Ukrainian. I am afraid the new stand -in PM has no future at all.

      Seriously this is a major development that is overshadowed by gossip from such as NobodyClinton .

        The breakdown of the coalition that Nuland allegedly put together is too inside baseball. Nobody on this continent heard of it.

          BannedbytheGuardian in reply to edgeofthesandbox. | July 26, 2014 at 2:04 am

          Yes , I have been noticing the omission . The US jumped ship pretty quickly either because no Americans on board or that they had info that did not suit the agenda.

          I read the stated reasons that Yatsenuk resigned & these are the essences of what started It is sheer regression & they can’t blame Yankovitch.

          US reaction was pretty idiotic. One day the Presedent gives the speech holding Russia directly responsible, and the very next day we announce that they are not. Way to squander the country’s prestige!

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