Goals of this weekly column:
- To give you some stuff to read if you're bored on the weekends.
- To tell each other how we feel about things that are going on in the world .
- To cover some topics that I regret us not covering on the site already.
So, leave a comment — any comment! — here and let's be well-read world citizens together.
The Clinton campaign paid Katy Perry, via Perry's company, Kitty Purry, Inc., nearly $70,000 in December in what some believe is an endorsement fee. [Gawker]
Police unions are attempting to boycott Beyoncé because they cannot handle her "Formation" video. [Salon]
Harper Lee, Pulitzer Prize winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird, passed away at the age of 89. [CNN]
A judge has ruled that Kesha must remain in her contract with Dr. Luke's label despite allegations of sexual and emotional abuse. [NYDN]
Donald Trump is calling for his supporters to boycott Apple until the company provides the FBI with access to the San Bernardino attackers’ phone. [Buzzfeed]
Instead of buying tarnish remover, try polishing dull silver with ketchup (seriously, there's a video). [Lifehacker]
After publishing an essay that cast Daniel Holtzclaw (a former police office sentenced to 263 years in jail for serial rape) in a positive light, SB Nation is suspending its long-form platform. [Deadspin]
Talk below about these or any other worldly or local or universal items of your choosing! It's all up to you.