How the Left Lost Its Mind – The Atlantic

Polemicists, conspiracists, and outright fabulists are feeding an alternative media landscape—where the implausibility of a claim is no bar to its acceptance. Updated for clarification at 12:15 p.m. ET via Pocket
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EDITORIAL: Sanctuary for the law-abiding – Washington Times

Anniversaries can be an occasion for remembrance and celebration, but some recall only pain and regrets. Saturday marked two years since Kate Steinle was slain on a stroll with her father on the San Francisco waterfront by an illegal immigrant who had been deported five times. via Pocket
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Blog: Fascinating archaeological find in Mexico City sheds new light on the roots of the major civilization to our south, the Aztecs

It is all too easy for Americans to forget about the major civilization that existed on our continent prior to the arrival of Columbus. The Aztecs, whose capital became Mexico City, had a vast empire based on tribute from conquered peoples. via Pocket
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Mafia management

AN EASY way to revive a flagging dinner party is to ask people to name their choice of the greatest crime show. via Pocket
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