Tim Duy’s Fed Watch
FT. In the oil patch.
The Economist. “No other country is ready to challenge America’s dominant global position.”
Reuters. One might almost think the ECB was the sovereign, not Greece.
The Spain Report. “The Popular Party as an organisation will now officially be tried, not as a suspect prosecuted for a crime but for being a ‘profit seeking participant’ that benefited from the allegedly criminal fraudulent activities of its three former treasurers.”
Daily Telegraph. Of course, the Torygraph has priors….
CBS. Obama learned “the same time everybody else learned it through news reports.” He never checked the From field?
Health Care Renewal. Ebola and a market-driven health care system.
Los Angeles Times
CBC. This does seem to keep happening.
Black Injustice Tipping Point
Journal-Sentinel; Wisconsin State Journal. This does seem to keep happening.
Mark Ames, Pando Daily. Excellent catch on economic violence.
The Marshall Project
McClatchy. “Canadian special operators have been among the most aggressive trainers and consultants….”
National Yemen. Seems like the Saudi near abroad is a little more lively than they’d like, these days.
David Graeber, FT
Daily Record. It almost makes you wonder what the purpose of the banking system is.
Felix Salmon, Slate
Center for Public Integrity. If the Internet is regulated like a public utility, then it makes sense for municipalities to run it, right?
CNET. In the Interent of Things, there will be spam.
WSJ. “In this case, the game was shortened to 47 overs, with the required run rate calculated using the complicated Duckworth-Lewis method.” Come on. Could a robot have written that?
WaPo. Too many crooks not letting the amateurs play through?
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