MPRNews (Chuck L)
Techdirt (Chuck L). Important for its implications for “disruption.”
BBC. From their “Witness” series.
University of Southampton Institutional Repository. Hah, explains a lot of what I’ve seen in the New Age community…
Reuters (Kevin W)
Asia Times (Kevin W)
I am convening an informal working meeting on migration and asylum issues in Brussels on Sunday, in order to work with a group of Heads of State or Government of Member States interested in finding European solutions ahead of the upcoming .
— Jean-Claude Juncker (@JunckerEU)
Inter Press Service News (Shane)
Der Spiegel (Shane)
Sydney Morning Herald (Kevin W)
Times of Israel (Shane)
Big Brother is Watching You Watch
Wired. Lambert: “Shout out to Yasha Levine.”
Caitlin Johnstone (flora)
Imperial Collapse Watch
RT (Kevin W)
Consortium News (Shane)
Wall Street Journal
Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone. Important. Pat highlights the thesis: “There’s more at stake in these primaries than the November elections. The whole way the parties do business is in play.”
New Republic (Steve C). A regular complaint from Matt Stoller when he was a Congressional staffer was that Democrats did not want to govern.
Slate (Kevin W)
Washington Post (Kevin C)
Minnesota Public Radio News (UserFriendly)
Jonathan Turley (Chuck L). Only in America….
Techdirt (Chuck L)
Reuters. Adrien: “See Coffee’s take on this..”
Wall Street Journal. This sort of hand-wringing makes me nuts. There is tons of age discrimination against workers over the age of 40, with the result that quite a few of them who are willing to work wind up un and underemployed.
Antidote du jour (John N):
And a bonus. It’s a bit long, but it confirms what I have been told, that chickens make good pets. I once saw a woman with one on a leash in a grocery store in Maine.
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.