It’s been a few weeks, so a few of these are old news–but hopefully interesting nonetheless.
Fidel Castro is dead, but Cubans want some of his policies to continue. “All I have is the fridge and that TV,” she said, “but I live in peace.”
Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury: Mass democracy has failed – it’s time to seek a humane alternative.
The aggregate knowledge of humanity: Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, presents the Joseph K. McLaughlin Lecture | Cato Institute.
A throwback to Corrie’s favorite Ron Paul moment: Rick Perry Is Trump’s Pick To Run The Department Of Energy, Which He Forgot In A High-Profile Gaffe | NPR.