Odds & Ends

Wait a second. California has more people than Canada? I hadn’t even thought of that possibility.

Republicans like Two and a Half Men. Democrats like Divorce Court.

At the Washington Post, Matea Gold profiles Art Pope.

Sad to hear that James Garner has passed away. I used to love to watch The Rockford Files.

No matter how many articles are written about Rick Perry’s political future, he will remain a dumber version of George W. Bush.

This Vox explainer actually taught me some things about how network television works.

The Israelis’ incursion into Gaza has set off some riots in Paris.

Hamas claims to have an Israeli soldier in their custody.

The Week has gathered some great photojournalism.

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Martin Longman

Martin Longman is the web editor for the Washington Monthly. See all his writing at ProgressPond.com