Christian Science Monitor
Business Insider. We have generally friendly spooks in our system, so I’m not sure I want to mess with them.
ars technical. Chuck L: “I hope this gutsy judge’s decision stands. There is no rational reason the cable TV industry should exist any more in the internet age.”
re/code (furzy mouse)
Sydney Morning Herald (EM)
New York Times
South China Morning Post
Wolfgang Munchau, Financial Times. Note he’s not reading the IMF correctly on this one (as in they want serious debt relief but aren’t requiring haircuts, which is a German red line). But that still does not mean a deal can’t go pear shaped. Schauble would prefer that and Tsipras could lose control on his end too.
it CTuttle, Firedoglake (resilc)
S First Look (Chuck L)
Daily Beast (resilc)
Associated Press. US propagandists during World War I included claims that Germans were bayonetting babies to the then-pacifist American public. The flip side is that child soldiers played a meaningful role in the civil war in Sierra Leone. (furzy mouse)
Bib Brother is Watching You Watch
Der Spiegel. Today’s must read.
Imperial Collapse Watch
National Interest (guurst)
ProPublica (Kevin C)
TruthOut (furzy mouse)
New Yorker (EM)
New York Times. Li: “In which NYT sends a reporter out with Hillary, who pretends to be a person but remains wrapped in tissue. Starts out as a puff piece then gets to reality.”
New York Times
Financial Times. Who paid for this?
Gretchen Morgenson, New York Times. Appalling.
Reuters. That says firms are not willing to pay enough and/or are not willing to train (as in are specifying job requirements very narrowly).
ABC (Chuck L)
Antidote du jour (Claudia):