Wired (Furzy Mouse).
NYT. “[A] fresh-faced financier”?!
The Economist. “Why two big banks failed.” Fraud is never mentioned, as usual.
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph
Yale Climate Connection
New Zealand Herald
Moon of Alabama
(on question of bombing ISI)_ FT. “‘There are some people who have not quite got used to the idea that the party is in a different place,’ Mr Corbyn told the BBC’s The Andrew Marr Show, adding: ‘I am not going anywhere. I am enjoying every minute of it.'”
WSJ. Hils, Barry: Take a bow!
Another Word For It
Robert Reich, Newsweek. Since Reich is a bit of a weathervane, I’m sensing a hardening elite consensus.
McClatchy. “In Boise, Idaho, Iraqi refugee built a Middle Eastern restaurant.” Exactly as Somalis helped revitalize downtown Lewiston, Maine. I judged several Somalis at a speech tournament; they were excellent.
Black Injustice Tipping Point
LRB. On Ta-Nahesi Coates.
Vineyard of the Saker
Big Brother Is Watching You Watch
WSJ. Tatel again!
NYT. Steve Israel: “You couldn’t get a better role model.” Say no more! Say no more!
If Republicans win the presidency in 2016, they would then control nearly everything — the White House, the House, probably the Senate and certainly a majority of governorships.
Perhaps that would be enough to clean out the rot. I doubt it.
Syracuse Post-Standard (Bob).
Chicago Tribune. Let’s remember this comment from Clive:
Increasingly, if you want to get and hang on to a middle class job, that job will involve dishonesty or exploitation of others in some way.
And that’s how those shares will be valued: Bezel futures.
Ed Walker, Emptywheel
NYT. Perhaps unfairly, I’m reminded of .
Japan Times. Kawaii?
Marginal Revolution. I really don’t like the idea of economists working out how to incentivize people to eat insects. “It’s just an experiment!” Uh huh.
Antidote du jour ():
Albino moose spotted near Greenville, ME.