United States ultra-conservative judge Scalia, animated cartoon

This video by Mark Fiore from the USA says about itself:

Scalia’s Poetry Slam

8 July 2015

It seems only fitting to use Antonin Scalia’s own words for a poetry slam, since the justice’s snarky dissents are filled with so many poetic gems. The Affordable Care Act victory was followed quickly by the same-sex marriage win, and Scalia’s dissents have become increasingly irate and colorful. You can read more on my site.

Harper Lee’s new book, first chapter on Internet

This video from the USA says about itself:

Harper Lee‘s ‘Go Set A Watchman’ Features Iconic Characters All Grown Up

10 July 2015

The first chapter of Harper Lee’s new book, “Go Set A Watchman,” ran in Friday’s editions of The Wall Street Journal and The Guardian, and the iconic characters from To Kill A Mockingbird have come a long way. Atticus Finch is 72 and suffering from rheumatoid arthritis; Scout is a grown woman who has a suitor most anxious to marry her. And Scout’s older brother, Jem, apparently has died. The book takes place in the 1950s, 20 years after To Kill A Mockingbird. Much of the excerpt published deals with the landscape and history of the fictional town of Maycomb and the banter between Clinton and Scout, who playfully resists his marriage proposals. The book hits shelves July 14.

On the site of British daily The Guardian, there is an extract from Go Set a Watchman, the new novel by Harper Lee, author of To Kill a Mockingbird.

Ferruginous hawk nest in the USA, video

This video from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA says about itself:

The Sagebrush Sea: Behind the Scenes Filming the Ferruginous Hawk

4 June 2015

Go behind the scenes with Cornell Lab cinematographer and producer Gerrit Vyn, and learn how he filmed a Ferruginous Hawk nest for “The Sagebrush Sea.”