WaPo. So there is hope for humanity!
Nikkei Asian Review :-(
Politico. Why haven’t we put a Goldman alum on the Supreme Court? What are we waiting for?
The Energy Mix. North America’s biggest association of credit unions.
Bloomberg. During a “15-minute call with backers.” Certainly doesn’t leave a lot of time for questions, does it? One can only wonder why….
Business Insider. Karma.
MishTalk (EM). EM comments: “Mish fails to mention that Amazon employed a raft of coercive pricing and item-availability tactics in an all-out effort to force users into Prime – a very large % of items which used to be available to all customers are now ‘Prime only’.”
FT. And “peacekeepers,” oddly not in the headline.
World Economic Forum (PU).
New Cold War
Roll Call. I count five, so it doesn’t take long. Usual disclaimer: As writes: “The two core accusations behind Russiagate are: A) Trump is an intel asset; B) Russia rigged the election.”
NY Post. Don Junior to Don Senior: “Hold my beer.”
Moon of Alabama
Jonathan Turley (HM).
Will Bunch, Philadelphia Daily News
Robert Parry, Consortium News
The American Conservative. “Who’s being naive, Kay?”
New York Magazine
Imperial Collapse Watch
International Business Times. Admirably simple and direct!
Martin Wolf, FT
Knight First Amendment Institute
Roll Call. A very big deal.
Kaiser Family Foundation. Analysis of the Cruz “Consumer Choice” Amendment.
(podcast) Left Business Observer
(SB-562) PERI. From LBO, but I want to call it out as a separate link.
Democrats in Disarray
Boston Review (DG). “White Supremacy and the Birth of the Modern Democratic Party.”
Adirondack Daily Enterprise (Bob). An earlier version of this story has a headline that’s a bit more direct:
attn:. A good wrap-up.
Yale Law & Policy Review
Centre for European Reform
Over the Wire (BW).
Antidote du jour:
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.