"Breakfast Links: September 26, 2011"
— Price of gold plummeting, a reminder that a gold standard is no guarantee that your currency will never decline in value.
— Gay rights groups continue to be impressively tenacious.
— Two die at U.S. embassy shooting in Kabul.
— Israel to pay out $430,000 in compensation to Palestinian family whose daughter was killed by an IDF rubber bullet.
— Campaign finance deregulation giving new opportunities to labor unions.
— Expert roundup on Vladimir Putin’s plans to return to the presidency of Russia.
— Spencer Ackerman’s proposed Putin campaign soundtrack.
— Bringing more women into science.