Justin B. Fung

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Links of the Day, January 4

Welcome to 2010! (Here’s Jon Stewart’s review of 2009.) Since there was ZERO net job creation in the US over the last decade, let’s hope the next ten years go a little better, shall we? News France joins the US and the UK in shutting its Yemen embassy. The NY Times offers a fascinating look […]

Links of the Day, November 20

On his visit to South Korea, President Obama was presented with an honorary taekwondo belt. News The Senate will take a first vote on health care on Saturday. Oprah’s ending her talk show in 2011. Politics Mike Huckabee shows his civility and class–I like Mike, even if I don’t always agree with him. Sports Thierry […]

Links of the Day, November 19

News Senator Harry Reid unveils the Senate health-care bill, which the CBO estimates will cost $849 billion over 10 years (beneath the $900 billion cap set by the President) and will cover 94% of the population. A vicar and his wife forgive the girls who drove their daughter to suicide. Economic growth is predicted for […]

Links of the Day, October 21

Go buy this t-shirt: Or just follow the advice found thereupon. News A nuclear fuel agreement is reached in Iran. Human Rights Watch says dozens of ethnic Uighurs have disappeared since being detained after riots in China. The really, really smart people at Apple release a brand new iMac, complete with the really, really pretty […]

Links of the Day, August 18

News A water crisis may hit Asian food sources. Heptathlete Jess Ennis won a first ever gold in the event for Great Britain at the World Championships in Berlin. Dustin Ackley, the Seattle Mariners’ first round draft pick, inks a deal. (Also, Stephen Strasburg, the first overall draft pick, signs with the Washington Nationals.) Human […]

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