Monday, October 17, 2016

Morning Coffee (10/17/16)

Me elsewhere: The week's TV news.

War in Translation: Giving Voice to the Women of Syria

The Washington Post has a great Clinton endorsement: "That presages what Americans might reasonably expect of a Clinton presidency: seriousness of purpose and relentless commitment, even in the face of great obstacles, to achievements in the public interest. We believe that Ms. Clinton will prove a worthy example to girls who celebrate the election of America’s first female president. We believe, too, that anyone who votes for her will be able to look back, four years from now, with pride in that decision."

And here's their closing argument against Trump.

What a shock! "Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has informally approached one of the media industry’s top dealmakers about the prospect of setting up a Trump television network after the presidential election in November."

"And in New Hampshire, a state lawmaker warned what a Clinton presidency would mean. 'Ladies and gentlemen, if she becomes president, she’s moving in,' said Andy Sanborn, a state senator." (REALLY? IS THAT A PROMISE?)

We’ve been totally wrong about Hillary Clinton’s young voter problem

This chart of physicians' specialities and political party is fascinating.

The Guardian bought its own online ad inventory to track how the industry works and the results are fascinating.

This is great: Grilled Cheese Gives Some a Second Chance

!!! There Are Ten Times as Many Galaxies as Previously Thought

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