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WTVR (EW Mayer).
David Sirota, International Business Times
WSJ. The TED Spread, doing what it did in 2007. It’s the difference between three-month U.S. Treasury bill and the the 3-month interbank lending rate, in 2007 LIBOR. (I remember Krugman explaining this during the crisis, but of course not even America’s favorite Nobelist knew that LIBOR was corrupt and manipulated. Even if the institutional signs were all there.)
San Francisco Chronicle
Larry Summers, FT
Larry Summers, WaPo. This guy’s writing so much, he should start a blog.
UDPATE Reuters (Furzy Mouse).
South China Morning Post
(PDF) Australian National University
Foreign Policy. Kept nodding my head to this one, until I remembered that Kissinger, another war criminal who makes Blair and Bush look like pikers, was a realist. Anyhow, worth a read.
the unbalanced evolution of homo sapiens
Los Angeles Times. Southern California Gas/Sempra looking more like BP all the time.
The Economist. “A nation of immigrants.”
CBC. Well, yeah, if you use metric.
WSJ. NBC/Marist, and national, not local. Nevertheless, if Clinton were the dominating figure her supporters and most of the political class say she is, you’d expect her to have put Sanders away by now. But Sanders keeps hanging around, chipping away. Readers, anecdotes: What do you see on the ground in Iowa and New Hampshire, in terms of yard signs, bumper stickers, church (if any) socials, barber shops/hair salons, and local news coverage?
Doug Henwood, Jacobin responding to Katha Pollitt, .
Blavity. The Black misleadership class….
Guardian. Very, very meta.
WaPo. Trump annotated.
Diane Ravitch’s Blog
WSJ. “Blind hiring.”
Los Angeles Review of Books (Don G).
(PDF) Emotion (from 2012). Of course, we have economics departments to remedy this defect.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Today’s must read. On, naturally, San Francisco.
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