Editor’s Picks: News and Opinion Around the Web 2/16/10

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Michael Lind reaches back into Anglo Saxon mythology for a political history lesson and some perspective on the “Tea Party” at Salon. Tom Engelhardt assures us that the Christmas bomber incident was not a national emergency but there are other reasons  why we might want to hang on to our skivvies.  The damage done to our country by the criminal behavior at our largest banks and financial institutions is probably far more profound than anything plotted in the caves of Tora Bora and Jim Hightower wants to know: “What happened to reforming Wall Street?” Those stories and more in today’s picks

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