ICYMI, lots of posts yesterday: an Oscar Project post on Mustang, a book post on Under a Painted Sky, and an update on where things stand with Patreon.
This piece about liberal reactions to Hillary Clinton is so, so satisfying: "YOU DON'T LIKE THAT SHE PLAYS THE GAME? THAT SHE HAS TIES TO THE ESTABLISHMENT? FOR ONE THING, THAT'S HOW SHIT FUCKING GETS DONE. FOR THE OTHER THING, THE BIGGEST THING, A WOMAN DOESN'T GET THE FUCKING OPTION *NOT* TO PLAY THE GAME. NOT NOW. NOT YET."
And along similar lines: "Here is a truth about America: No one likes a woman who yells loudly about revolution."
The Republican Establishment Is Still on the Ropes
Wow: Jeb Bush spent $2,800 for every vote he got in Iowa
Heh: Cruz Victory Gives Hope To Despised People Everywhere
Oops: Santorum Precinct Chair Didn't Even Vote For Him: My Pen Ran Out Of Ink!
300 Union Plumbers Spent The Weekend Installing Water Filters For Flint Residents For Free
This brings up difficult, fascinating questions: Making a Murderer in Uganda
I haven't had time to try American Crime Story yet but I'm intrigued, not least because of Emily Nussbaum's review: "It’s a tasty Proustian cronut that makes you remember the events of not only 1995 but 2015." (I was in middle school when that happened, and it's one of the first real news stories I remember discussing with my peers.)
CHEESE CRIME UPDATE