Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Morning Coffee (11/4/15)

The filing period for the New Hampshire presidential primary starts today. If you have nothing else to do, you can watch the candidates file live on

Syria's tangled proxy wars: a simple visual guide

The Guardian liveblogged Trump's book to save us all from reading it. (The Guardian has THE BEST liveblogs.)

Why Turkey's election results shocked all the experts

Oh, Thomas Blatt has died. He was one of the few survivors of the Sobibor breakout and is in the PBS documentary Escape from a Nazi Death Camp, which I saw recently and highly recommend. (It's on Netflix.)

I feel like the surprising thing here is not that campaigns use the media to coordinate with super PACs, but that reserving ad space in early primary space was "totally not even on [the] radar" of a Cruz super PAC until the media pointed out that they hadn't.

Neuropolitics are fascinating! Maybe terrible, but fascinating.

This Times series about arbitration is quite interesting.

Fantasy readers, check out collaborative serial Tremontaine. I haven't read it yet, but that's a great author line-up.

"WOMAN: can you pat the bunny?
BABY DERRIDA: there is nothing outside the text"

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