Mike's Blog Round Up
February 15, 2015

This week The Round-Up looked into the media, how justice and the law work or us (or not), theocracy, the war on women, our celebrity culture, and of course, celebrated St. Valentine's day thanks to the effort of 28 (mostly) small, independent bloggers who are creating some of the finest writing and analysis on the web. We also had a few laughs along the way. Thank you for letting me part of your week. Until we meet again!

Wisdom of the West looks into the unprecedented drought we in the West are facing.

The Omnipotent Poobah who is not a sentimental man, writes a lovely and elegiac goodbye to an old friend.

Middle Class Political Economist looks into the Third Way trade agreements and says what is missing from the study is more significant than what is included.

Bonus Track: Web of Evil is reminded that Misery Loves Cable Companies.

Round-up by Tengrain who blogs at Mock, Paper, Scissors and at Liberaland. You can follow Tengrain on the electric Twitter machine, too. Send tips, requests, and suggestions to mbru@crooksandliars.com (with "For MBRU" in the subject line).

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