Patient readers, Yves apologizes for her lack of original posts, but she’s finishing up an important series, shortly to be released. Also, the news flow is both overwhelming and overwhelmingly polluted just now, and financial stories have sunk beneath the waves. –lambert
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph
LA Times. Wake me when executives no longer have impunity from criminal prosecution.
Wolf Street (EM).
Climate Liability News
New Cold War
Sky News. “For nearly a month both were in a critical condition, but they have recently made a remarkable recovery.” Indeed!
The Blogmire (David Johnson). The story doesn’t match the headline, but gives quite a bill of particulars on inconsistencies in the official narrative.
FT. The story is a bit more nuanced than the headline.
Editorial Board, NYT. Last sentence: “The question is what comes next.”
Moon of Alabama. That’s not a bug. It’s a feature.
Sic Semper Tyrannis
Aeon. Where your comes from…
South China Morning Post. Just spitballing here, but maybe the issue isn’t CA, the firm, but the whole line of business?
(PDF) HEARING BEFORE THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Oddly, or not, nothing about concentration or monopoly.
Larry Summers, FT
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Our Famously Free Press
Josh Marshall, Talking Points Memo. Worth a read, amazingly enough. Another way of saying “Lord” is “Robber Baron,” of course.
Baltimore Business Journal
Big Brother Is Watching You Watch
Los Angeles Times. Looks like this is the approach the California Democrat establishment favors instead of single payer. We’ll see how it works out.
Imperial Collapse Watch
The American Conservative
NYT. Read all the way to the end. The comments are interesting….
KFOR. Interestingly, including some charter schools.
Bangor Daily News. So now we’re keeping the bloated and parasitical adminsitrative layer on life support with private subsidies. Swell.
Science. Only if it goes on social media…
Antidote du jour ():
Description: Amber bear, apparently Neolithic, found in Poland.
— Frye's History Feed (@TheHistoryFeed)
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.