Kibbutz Centennial: Degania Aleph turns 100 years old.
Carnival: dead in the water. I love that the cruise line is offering a free trip to the Splendor’s passengers. If it was me, I don’t know if I would be too eager to take another trip with Carnival.
The New Republic: Lessons From Bush 43. Here’s the most interesting quote: Those who study his presidency, then, won’t find a huge amount in the man himself. They’ll try to reach out and touch Bush the man, the thinker, the
Important economic news! Oh wait, this is a joke. Isn’t it?
Mick Jagger replies to Keith Richard’s autobiography’s criticisms. I like this bit: I am forced into the role of martinet, the one who gets blamed for silly arbitrary rules. (Like, for a show in front of 60,000 people for which
Slate: Democrats didn’t lose the battle of 2010. They won it.