Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Daily Telegraph
Business Insider. The question and answer on profits isn’t part of the transcript; it’s buried in a video following the text “Here’s what happened next”. Naughty Business Insider!
Mother Jones. ontinuing esolution , not some Beltway joke about cronuts.
Boston Globe. “Plenty of blood and teeth left on the floor.” But enough?
Ellen Brown, Truth-out. Why Jamie Dimon, lobbying by Obama’s side without an ankle bracelet, wanted to gut Dodd-Frank’s derivatives provision so very badly.
Daily Mail. The director, in what I believe is a first, confirms “several 737s.” The 737 has a seating capacity of between 85 and 215. See How Many People Did the CIA Process at Its Stare Kiejkuty “Black Site,” and Where Are They Now?
Daily Mail. Then again, . So there’s that.
Black Injustice Tipping Point
e Buzz. Including Dorian Johnson transcript. McCulloch: “Clearly, I inadvertently omitted some material.” Uh huh.
Marchers in Washington, New York, Boston protest police killings Reuters. Time lapse video of New York City march.
New York Times
Politico. Note that trade deals are not “crazy stuff.”
Bloomberg. No doubt!
Michael Tomasky, New York Review of Books. The conventional wisdom.
… [t]he thundering high and crashing low of [younger] voters’ experience with Obama—”I had such hope in him, I thought he could really change things”…
Well, that’s what Obama ran on. Very explicitly. A Martian, as opposed to a Beltway insider, would find Tomasky’s vicious cynicism breathtaking. And yet Tomasky wonders why it’s hard to get Democratic “core voters” to the polls!
Oregonian. Na ga happen, though I’d love to be surprised.
New York Times. At the 7/11: They’ll keep screwing us until they get their pipelines.
Kansas City Star
Big Brother Is Watching You Watch
MarketWatch. But what could possibly account for the sour mood of the electorate?
New York Times
[PDF] Watson Institute for International Studies
Foreign Policy. We’d rather sanction Russia than pay Ukraine’s bills.
FT. US intervenes; hilarity ensues.
Moon of Alabama. “The U.S. has given up on the Fee Syrian Army.” I think that’s a typo…
Science Daily. Agnotology?
Gizmodo. Shaking my head.
WaPo. The “reordered the bird tree of life.” This work is so totally non-crapified it’s a real pleasure to see.
Antidote du jour:
Bonus video for the NC readers who are both Gilbert & Sullivan fans and biblical philologists: