Inside Climate News. “Top executives were warned of possible catastrophe from greenhouse effect, then led efforts to block solutions.”
Deadspin. Something is rotten in Sacramento.
Francine McKenna, MarketWatch
Telegraph. “Once all money exists only in bank accounts – monitored, or even directly controlled by the government – the authorities will be able to encourage us to spend more when the economy slows, or spend less when it is overheating.” What could go wrong?
Reuters. Apparently, AARP has a vice president of “thought leadership.”
The New Yorker
Yahoo News. On the trail in NH.
Politico. Candidate’s handwriting.
National Journal. Headline is a bit deceptive, since I didn’t notice hipsters of any sort, but a nice atmospheric piece on the Sanders speech at Liberty U.
New York Post
Times of Israel. For something a bit more chilling, see (bullets one and two) and ; neither of which I can verify from original sourcing, or else I’d link to them. Readers?
Centre for European Reform. “Rise”? Totally unlike forty years of “because markets.” So interesting to watch publication after publication disqualifying themselves with Corbynsteria.
Black Injustice Tipping Point
Bond Buyer. So, nix law enforcement for profit targeting black people and the bond market hates you.
Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Atlantic
Foriegn Policy. Gotta say, I’m leery of any headline of “Spirit of” in it. Readers, is this credible?
McClatchy. The self-licking ice cream cone…
The Economist. Capital flight from China.
Imperial Collapse Watch
The Economist. “Max Beauvoir, biochemist and high priest of Haitian voodoo, died on September 12th, aged 79.”
The Atlantic. Author seeks bird in the woods, fails to find it. But an answer to the question “Was Hume influenced by Buddhism?” would have been a beautiful bird indeed…
The Persuaders, PBS. “I don’t care what you’re going to tell me intellectually. I don’t care. Give me the reptilian. Why? Because the reptilian always wins.”