theeconomist:

Tomorrow’s cover, today
By fostering a personality cult and by dominating the party and the government, Xi Jinping has become China’s most powerful leader for a long time—certainly since Deng, and maybe since Mao. Our cover leader argues that his rise has profound implications for the country

theeconomist:

Tomorrow’s cover, today

By fostering a personality cult and by dominating the party and the government, Xi Jinping has become China’s most powerful leader for a long time—certainly since Deng, and maybe since Mao. Our cover leader argues that his rise has profound implications for the country

patrickthomson:

the most optimistic letter that any human has ever written

patrickthomson:

the most optimistic letter that any human has ever written

(via retrocampaigns)

ca-thar-si-s:

tsparks:

Undulatus Asperatus clouds over Lincoln NE on July 7, 2014
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What a trip.

ca-thar-si-s:

tsparks:

Undulatus Asperatus clouds over Lincoln NE on July 7, 2014

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What a trip.

killsbillions:

Friday I be like….

killsbillions:

Friday I be like….

I’m glad I did it, partly because it was worth it, but mostly because I shall never have to do it again. — Mark Twain (via politicalprof)
I want to live in a world where a chicken can cross the road without anybody questioning its motives. Neil deGrasse Tyson (via prettayprettaygood)
…ISIL speaks for no religion. Their victims are overwhelmingly Muslim, and no faith teaches people to massacre innocents. No just God would stand for what they did yesterday and what they do every single day. — President Obama’s remarks on the beheading of journalist James Foley. (via thepoliticalnotebook)
Anyone who believes in indefinite growth on a physically finite planet, is either mad or an economist. — Kenneth E. Boulding (via andgatherer)

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