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From the QT Archive of Knowledge

+ The letter Z appears 77 times in the Polish national anthem.
+ Big Ben is the bell, not the tower or the clock.

GovernMania MMXVII

News Headline: “Trump lawyer: President was aware of  ‘nothing.’ ” 
We’re supposed to pretend he’s aware of some things.

From the QT Archive of Knowledge

From the QT Archive of Knowledge:
+ Benjamin Franklin liked to windsurf.
+ George Washington owned a dog named Sweetlips.
Happy Fourth of July!


Summer reads in the news.
While supplies last. . . .
QT’s comic nuclear terrorism thriller: 60606
“I can’t tell you how charmed I was by it. It’s kind of a detective story. There’s a hint of the end of the world. . . .”
–Rick Kogan, Chicago Tribune and WGN Radio’s “After Hours.”
“60606 is Joseph Heller funny.”
–R.B., Omaha, Neb.
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A republic, if you can keep it

News Headline: “James Comey calls Donald Trump a liar 5 times today.”
In other news, one study puts Trump’s presidential lying rate  at 4.9 a day..
So at least we’re keeping pace.

In other news. . . .

News Headline: “Boy hit by car released from hospital.”
And why a car was in the hospital, we may never know.

QT Early Warning System

Thirteen days remain until National Accordion Awareness Month.

This just in. . . .

News Headline:
“Russia probe: Donald Trump decries ‘single greatest witch hunt’ in
U.S. history.”
And nobody knows U.S. history better than Trump does.
Watching those “Bonanza” episodes didn’t go for nothing.

GovernMania MMXVII

News Headline: “Donald Trump at 100 days: ‘It’s a different kind of presidency.’ ”
News Headline: “Scientists: Time itself may be slowing down.”
No. Just seems that way.

The national conversation in the news

News Headline:
Rosie O’Donnell tells Bill O’Reilly to ‘f—- urself with a stick.’ ”
So. All right.
We’re establishing a dialogue. . . .