Monday Morning Linkarama
Time once again for us to run the gauntlet of fun links to read while you're consuming your morning coffee.
An interesting meditation starts the morning from Scott Greenfield regarding the disparity of campus police and prosecutions regarding Title IX cases begins our morning as the appetizer.
"Klingon Used in Official Correspondence" wins the award for "Best Headline I've Read All Week" and will probably be discussed on this week's That Midday Show on WOZO LPFM in Knoxville Tuesday at 1.
In the Asinine Commentary Used to Make People Dumber Department, here's a fun piece on how the South is still racist, but hey, we're doing our best to be less so by erasing every aspect of history that people find offensive or feelzbad.
If you're looking for a good book to read this summer, the fine folks at Mimesis Law's "Fault Lines" have put together a suggested reading list. My personal pick from their selection would be Radley Balko's "Rise of the Warrior Cop."
And on the other end of the spectrum, we have a nice little bit of commentary by Mark Steyn on the bizarre cultural turns the world has taken in the last five to ten years.
Time to hit the office. Have a good Monday morning, or at least a bearable one.