What we read during Kimye’s wedding…
- A powerful case for reparations from Ta-Nehisi Coates.
- In a review of Glenn Greenwald’s new book No Place to Hide, Michael Kinsley essentially endorsed prior restraint, saying that the government ought to decide what newspapers get to publish. That opinion, of course, flies in the face of Supreme Court precedent and most beliefs about what journalism entails.
- On Bob Dylan fans.
- A hilarious Netflix glitch mashed up movie plot summaries.
- Ralph Nader on the legacy of 1930s conservatism.