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Over at WOW! Magazine, you’ll find a stellar collection of informed, thoughtful posts about all of today’s headline topics.

Watcher's Council WOW! MagazineI had planned to put up more than one original post today, and I might still try to do so tonight, but the day quickly spun out of my control. Thankfully, my fellow Watcher’s Council members have been quite busy looking at the world and putting up fascinating and thoughtful posts. I think you’ll enjoy whichever of their posts you read:

Justine Damond: Rights And Responsibilities

The self-driving Tesla: a review from a passenger’s perspective

WoW! Forum: What Will Be The Major Tech And Science Breakthroughs In The Next 10 Years?

A broken kitchen sink explains everything that’s wrong with socialism

Law Enforcement is Boycotting Dunkin’ Donuts over Response to Clerk’s Refusal to Serve Officers.

Texas: Campus Concealed Carry

Dunkirk: A contrary view about a movie everyone else loves

Student Grammatical Train Wrecks, Final Edition

ESPN should stop soft-selling what Colin Kaepernick did and continues to do

DOJ Document Dump to ACLJ on Clinton Lynch Meeting: Comey FBI Lied, Media Collusion, Spin, and Illegality

Policing: Dangerous Missouri Tomatoes

America Is Finally Ending Payment Of Palestine’s Blood Money

Dunkirk review in Marie Claire: Fatally flawed gender identity assumptions

1600 Daily: Everything White House for 8/4/17

The Muslim-American

Justine Damond: A Fishing Expedition II

We do not want Jim Justice in Our Party, Mister President

Bank of America: Promotes 2 lesbians culturally appropriating an Asian girl

Updates for my past posts about Disney princesses and Tesla

The Beginning of the Quickening

Review: Atomic Blonde

How Disney’s Cinderella sparked a long love affair with the Princess dress

They’re Always 20

The Jerusalem Temple Mount Crisis – Why it Erupted, How To Solve It

Into the Penalty Box for Subverting the Narrative?

Justine Damond: A Fishing Expedition

Dunkirk: A Movie Review, Sort Of

Heroes To Heroes Foundation – Because 20 Veterans A Day In The United States Commit Suicide