Lazy Linking, 205th in an Occasional Series

Stuff I liked lately on the Internets:

205.1 A rubric for determining which global cities are best for people-watching at street cafes bit.ly/2KCyQhS @margrev

205.2 Who's more authoritarian, Obama or Trump? Surprise: based on executive overstretches that the Supreme Court has had to declare unconstitutional, it's Obama by a mile bit.ly/2z0IA1b @bansisharma

205.3 Groundbreaking analysis of racial bias in hailing taxis vs. using Uber/Lyft bit.ly/2tX3Df0 @UCLA_ITS

205.4 "In a world where SC appts are a prime motivation for voters to go to the polls, is it really so hard to imagine that the composition of SC might one day come to be the only electoral question that matters?" wapo.st/2KE7t43 @assymetricinfo

205.5 Progressive sensation Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on how her Catholic faith informs her fight for criminal justice reform: "a society that forgives and rehabilitates its people is a society that forgives and transforms itself" bit.ly/2Mv7JD0 @americamag

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