Your Morning Cup of Links

Jupiter’s moon Europa could have right chemical balance to support life, NASA study finds

“If you have no clue what the hell is going on, you also have a civic duty to avoid subjecting the rest of us to your ignorance.”

Can Austin Petersen unite disenfranchised Republicans?

“My vote doesn’t matter, but keeping a clear conscience does.” Amen.

Trump supporters who taunt conservatives only reign over ruins

This is what we call “The Saudi Playbook.” This isn’t news.

A problem no one wants to talk about: the unwillingness of people to move to get a job.

The journey at the heart of the Henriad – nine straight hours of Shakespeare

A handful of ambitious U.S. veterans are launching start-up companies in Afghanistan, where they once went to war.

Fury over theatre using a live bull to appear on stage with a naked woman in Spanish opera

It’s official. America has been consumed by identity politics.

A 1500-year-old  underground Byzantine church has been discovered in Turkey.

Dozens of Renaissance sculptures, looted from Nazi Germany, have been discovered in Moscow.

Upward of a thousand prosperous Russian bureaucrat types, all with doctoral degrees, stand accused of having bought their dissertations on the black market.

Work from 1616 is ‘the first ever science fiction novel’

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