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Monday Lazy Linking

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 15 years ago, in 2009, on the World Wide Web.

  • Grassroots Activist Center opens in Lake Worth – Palm Beach Post. "Food Not Bombs" – Google News (2009-12-16). Grassroots Activist Center opens in Lake WorthPalm Beach Post… including the Palm Beach County Environmental Coalition, Everglades Earth First, West Palm Beach Food Not Bombs and the South Florida Activist Defense … (Linked Friday 2009-12-25.)
  • On recent controversy. Brad Spangler, BradSpangler.com (2009-12-23). I would have liked, in this blog post this morning, to be comparing Kevin Carson's recent commentary, "Libertarians for Junk Science", and Stephen Kinsella's response. I believe that would have been a far more interesting and productive piece for me to write, particularly in the context of Sheldon Richman's recent… (Linked Friday 2009-12-25.)
  • Chicago police shooting verdict is overturned. Chicago Breaking News (2009-12-27). In which government judges overturn a verdict that would have made their government colleagues pay out $12,500,000 in compensation for the murder of an unarmed man by government police. Apparently, even though lawyers for the city admitted that the government cop’s shooting met the legal standards for being “willful and wanton” conduct, you’re not allowed to say so in court, because using legal terms that THE DEFENDANTS THEMSELVES ADMIT TO BE ACCURATE, somehow impairs the government’s precious right to a fair trial. (Linked Sunday 2009-12-27.)

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