Discover more from Osborne Ink
The Weekly Ink Spillage
Collected links 8-14 June 2023
Another week of writing is behind me, so it’s time for a link post to put everything together in one place. I’m hosting another Twitter space tonight as well.
On Thursday 8 June, I posted another article about the American Civil Liberties Union and their bizarre turn into a men’s rights lobby.
On Saturday 10 June I wrote some thoughts on the Khakovka dam, the Ukrainian counteroffensive, and the latest coverage of rumors about the Nord Stream pipelines.
On Sunday 11 June, I rewrote the story of Ellen/Elliot Page as a religious conversion.
Then I disambiguated the Burisma prosecutor story from the Joe and Hunter Biden story.
On Monday 12 June, I wrote a long tweet about the core American values under threat when we are commanded to “be kind” to sports cheats and “be nice” to sex pests.
In Tuesday 13 June I reacted to fresh Gallup polling that shows Americans still don’t like seeing men cheat at sports. In fact, they like it less the more they see it. Who could have foreseen this development? Other than absolutely anyone with a lick of sense, who could have foreseen it?
Today, Wednesday 14 June, I demanded to see the Burisma money.
Then I reposted an essay about the Black Sea that I wrote one year ago. It is paywalled for subscribers to Polemology.net
Finally, this post about Josef Mengele is now UNLOCKED for free reading.
Don’t forget about the Twitter space tonight. Happy reading!
Osborne Ink is a reader-supported publication. Please like, share, subscribe, and consider a paid subscription to support my work