My temporary full-time teaching position ended in May so I am on the hunt for another f/t gig. I am teaching a political science class this summer and that is going well and I landed something p/t for the fall but would prefer something more meaningful lucrative.
Besides that, I am enjoying spending time with my son and my wife who is off work until the end of the summer on maternity leave. Bro-in-law is coming to meet his nephew next month. Last time we went to Keens Steakhouse in celebration of his passing his architect exam. We will not do anything so extravagant this visit but we always have a nice time.
There are a lot of interesting (and disturbing) events happening right now, but I have not had the time to write about them on my blog. So why don’t you have a read of these bloggers who have:
The ever prolific Bob from Brockley on Green Thursday
The Contentious Centrist has a post on Iranian blogger Selma
Roland Dodds (But, I am a Liberal!) on the Iraq War and Interventionism
Elder of Ziyon on U.N. hack Richard Falk’s support of terrorism
Flesh is Grass on Honduras
Ganselmi explains what the Iranian uprising has accomplished so far
Kellie (Airforce Amazons): Imprisonment, Torture, Death and Life
Marko Attila Hoare (Greater Surbiton) on Harry’s place and anti-Muslim bigotry
Martin in the Margins continues with his series of excellent posts on Iran
Modernity blog nails The Guardian on antisemitism
Bill Roggio (Long War Journal) reports on the Iranian Quods forces released by the U.S. military
Sultan Knish asks “What is the Two-State Solution Supposed to Solve Anyway?”
ZWord’s Ben Cohen: Lies, Damn Lies, and the Apartheid Analogy