Saturday, June 27, 2009

Weekend Roundup

Welcome to the weekend, ladies and gentlemen.

An Austin reporter goes through a bit of training with retired lightweight Jesus Chavez.

Lucy Michaels describes her experience with Judeophobia in the pro-Palestinian movement -- and their resistance to acknowledging it as a problem.

Authoritarian regimes stand by Iran by censoring information -- a bit nervous, perhaps?

If Gilad Shalit is released, we might see the Gaza border crossings opened up. Egypt has already begun to loosen restrictions.

The remaining members of the Jena 6 have been sentenced to a fine and probation. Good. They should have been punished -- just not with attempted murder. That's all anyone was ever saying.

Is it possible to raise a kid outside the gender binary?

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