NYT. What could go wrong?
Evonomics (Chuck L).
Joseph Stiglitz, Project Syndicate
Chicago Tribune. What’s “unexpected” about higher fees?
NYT. I’d be interested to hear what our banking wonks have to say about .
International Business Times
WSWS. Similar to above, allowing for differences in milieu.
Ryan Grim, HuffPo
The Archdruid Report
KTVU. Read all the way to the end for the “wrinkle in the state’s vote-by-mail rules.”
The State Journal (Kentucky). “Sanders bashed what he calls our current oligarchy form of government caused by the manipulations of the one percent of the wealthiest Americans.” When you think about it, it’s rather remarkable to see a sentence like that in a garden-variety newspaper story.
Rapid City Journal
AP. Sanders rallies also convert attendees to contributors and volunteers. Clinton, owing to her control of the party apparatus, doesn’t have to use public appearances for those purposes.
Politico. Many hilarious details.
Bloomberg (Re Silc).
David Frum, The Atantic
Los Angeles Times
Boston Review. “There would have been no New Deal without the Hoovervilles, rent riots, sit-down strikes, and Communist Party activism of the 1930s.”
You Can’t Talk About Robots Without Talking About Basic Income Vice (Re Silc). We can’t even write basic software that isn’t crapified, so I’m skeptical of AI. It looks like another bubble, to me.
Science Daily (, with headline: “Reconciling after civil conflict increases social capital but decreases individual well-being.” Not quite the same message…).
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