Saturday, July 8, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (7/8/23)

Today is Saturday, but I'm writing this on Friday night because I'm going to try NOT SETTING AN ALARM. I'm sure I will wake up by 6:30 am anyway but we'll see.

Shooter who targeted Latinos in Texas Walmart gets 90 life sentences (WaPo)

‘Terrible mistake’: human rights groups decry sending cluster bombs to Ukraine (The Guardian)

Ukraine war: Front-line troops discuss counter-offensive (BBC)

Dutch Government Collapses Over Plan to Further Limit Immigration (NYT)

Not great!! Earth Faces Hottest Day Ever Recorded—Three Days in a Row (Smithsonian)

‘Peaky Blinders’ Denounces Homophobic Ron DeSantis Campaign Video: Cillian Murphy Footage Was ‘Obtained Without Permission’ (Variety)

After abandoning Northern Pass plans, Eversource turns over some land to recreation, forest management companies (NHPR)

Author ‘beyond angry’ as London children’s museum removes trans and queer books (PinkNews)

Getting Halfway There (Baseball Prospectus)

A Forgotten Minor Scandal at the New Yorker, Remembered 26 Years Later (Slate)

And some longer reads:

Adam Serwer: The Most Baffling Argument a Supreme Court Justice Has Ever Made (The Atlantic)

Why Is America’s Green Party Like This? (Slate)

REI fostered a progressive reputation. Then its workers began to unionize (NPR)

The making of Gavin Williams, the Cleveland Guardians’ latest pitching development triumph (The Athletic)

How Franz Kafka Achieved Cult Status in Cold War America (LitHub)

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