Daily Herald (JB). I’m so old I remember when ordinary people actually owned stuff…
Los Angeles Times. Surprising many.
(PDF) Lori Wallach, Public Citizen
Wolfgang Münchau, FT
(PDF) The Washington Quarterly
South China Morning Post
NYT. “While the wealthy have access to the best care in top hospitals with foreign doctors, most people are relegated to overcrowded hospitals.” Incroyable!
Channel News Asia
Strategic Culture. Big if true.
NYT. Ludington: “I can unequivocally say that in denying the possibility that he ever blacked out from drinking, and in downplaying the degree and frequency of his drinking, Brett has not told the truth.” : ” I — passed out would be — no, but I’ve gone to sleep, but — but . That’s the — that’s the — the allegation, and that — that — that’s wrong.” I’ve helpfully underlined Kavanaugh’s perjury. “It’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up.” Oh, and this from Chad: “On one of the last occasions I purposely socialized with Brett….” Nobody can stick in the shiv like a WASP!
Axios. No plan B? I don’t believe it for a minute.
The Intercept. “Democrats should add at least two new seats to the Supreme Court and then fill them, ideally, with left-wing, well-qualified women of color.” Except you know that won’t happen. The Democrats will pick “well-qualified” neoliberal “women of color.” I mean, come on.
Rebecca Traister, NYT
Engadget. NDAs, private arbitration…
Federal New Radio
Imperial Collapse Watch
NPR. Hilarity ensues, as security theatre provides the vector for the next pandemic…
VT Digger. As I keep saying, humanities major Stephen King was the largest donor to the University of Maine, until a corrupt neoliberal administrator (the President) ticked him off.
Stars and Stripes. Nice work if you can get it without breaking a leg or drowning.
The Atlantic. The Spotify/Ancestry DNA partnership “creates custom playlists for users based on DNA results they input.”
Science Daily (). n>2500. Readers?
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