Reuters. So, more capex in the oil patch?
the unbalanced evolution of homo sapiens
FT. There’s a confidence builder….
Independent. Deputy Leader Tom Watson: “I don’t know why we’ve been focusing on what was wrong with the Blair and Brown governments.” Er, Iraq?
John Helmer. As always with digital evidence, check the provenance.
Globe and Mail (2014).
Moon of Alabama
Black Injustice Tipping Point
The Hill. “[S]ome of the nation’s most prominent liberal writers, who are seeking to shame young voters away from the Libertarian ticket.” Bad voters! B-a-a-a-a-d! [slaps voter on nose with rolled-up newspaper].
NYT. All those Republican endorsements she worked so hard for should really be a help.
Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg. Who needs prediction markets when we have asset prices?
Alternet. From August, but still useful. “The US presidential campaign is more like a contest between Angela Merkel and Silvio Berlusconi, in which the US left has decided to support Merkel.”
NY Daily News (AH). Ka-ching.
NPR. Rule #2 of neoliberalism…
Guardian. The academic precariat in the UK.
Deborah Fallows, The Atlantic. The piece ends with a request for Eastport to activate the weather station at its small airport, to make it easier for the Fallows’ single-engine propeller airplane, a Cirrus SR22, to take off and land. Granted, Fallows prefaces her request with “Selfishly speaking,” but if that request doesn’t exemplify privilege, it’s hard to see what would.
. A reader writes: “Each year the 4H Club that my family and I are involved with goes to Quantico and Arlington National Cemeteries to lay wreaths.”
The Archdruid Report
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