Welcome to the Week In Review, published every Friday on the blog. WiR is a collaborative effort of TAC’s Editors and contributors. Thought- and mirth-provoking articles we stumble across are placed here, along with an arch tagline.
“Russia wants Bulgarians to stop vandalizing Soviet monuments,” Anna Dolgov, The Moscow Times
“All the things not to do when you capture your own child mugger,” Jordan Sargent, Gawker
“#ProTip: If you’re slow and fat, don’t steal,” Sonny Bunch, Washington Free Beacon
“Another student hit by vehicle on Baldwin Street,” Natalie Adams & John Roark, The Red & Black
“Isn’t it time we started asking judges about the racial makeup of the people in their lives,” Keli Goff, The Root
“Blogging Alone,” M. Blake Seitz, Washington Free Beacon
THE EDITORS: Our Editor-At-Large is in the Free Beacon reviewing Marc Dunkelman’s (rather interesting) book on social capital, “The Vanishing Neighbor.”
“Found: Missing statue of President Obama found on bench, enjoying a beer,” K. Querry, KFOR.com
THE EDITORS: Just click already.
“U.S. needs multifaceted approach to energy issues,” David Gattie, Athens Banner-Herald
THE EDITORS: An insightful essay on the new EPA climate regs by UGA Associate Professor (and friend of THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE) David Gattie, who teaches environmental engineering.
“People Blame Ice Bucket Challenge for Suffering in the Third World,” Katherine Timpf, National Review
THE EDITORS: And apparently California.
“Buzzfeed Brings Liberals to Shoot Guns for the First Time,” Andrew Johnson, National Review