Thanks to blogenfreude for his turn in the blog-barrel. I also mentioned to Bob (I always call him "Bob.") to hold off on any arrests this week so there'd be no distractions for all you Crooks & Liars blog readers.
Homeless in the High Desert provides an historical overview of Portland, Oregon that, I'm almost certain, very few people know much about.
Hugh Jackson at Gleaner 2.0 does a great job of trashing the GOP's phony tax reform by comparing it to real tax reform in Jackson's own home state of Nevada.
Mahablog makes a good case for re-evaluating the DNC/Clinton/Sanders debacle and then, after which, quickly moving on.
Booman apologizes for "beating a dead horse" but, hey, anything that any of us can say, do, or write beats the hell out of normalizing the current craven occupant in the White House.
And finally, if you haven't already, watch Trevor Noah's take on Facebook's representatives being grilled about their dubious involvement with Russian "advertisers."Here, it's your's.