The RP’s Weekly Web Gems: The Politics of Recovery

Iraq recovers from its war-torn past… by becoming a tourist destination? [GQ]

You think you’re paying a lot for gas? At least you don’t live in Chicago (sorry, Windy City residents!). [Huffington Post]

Over the past 33 years, Dick Hoyt has pushed, pulled and carried his disabled son, Rick, through more than 1,000 road races and triathlons, including 28 Boston Marathons. Now, the man who gave million of Americans hope for the future is finally letting go. [Sports Illustrated]

Brian Williams revives his career while network newscasts have worse ratings than ever by getting in touch with his inner comedian. [New York Magazine]

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