Asian Correspondent. Perhaps it is best to begin by thinking of meat as a condiment.
Boston Review. Megafires in the Pacific Northwest
Medical Express (CL).
Bloomberg. Secret law is not law.
The Week (DK).
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Nature. Oh, great. Localization for moral choices in robot car software. What will the granularity be? And the default settings?
The American Conservative
Asia Times (KW).
Agence France Presse
Al Jazeera. Let me know how that works out.
South China Morning Post
Greg Palast, Truthout. Kemp, like Kobach, seems a little conflicted… .
Realignment and Legitimacy
AP. At the very least, let’s hope for no .
Peggy Noonan, WSJ. “Maybe you assume everything’s safe when you’ve spent your whole adult life, as [Trump] has, with private security and private cars, surrounded by staff.” True of a class, not merely of an individual.
Democrats in Disarray
FT. This issue has me genuinely perplexed. The Democrat response to the Crash was not to change the system, but to reboot it. Is the Democrat solution for today’s difficulties rebooting the system again, refreshed with an Obama 2.0 in the White House? If not that, what?
NYRB. Interesting contrasts between 2006 and 2010, though at the end, the author disappoints.
The Hill. The only kind of wave that really counts…
Free at the point of service. Worth a listen:
An American nurse ends up in a UK hospital..
"The Billing Office was hard to find & unstaffed. Can you imagine?
I explained how billing is a key component in the US health care system.
The clerk was shocked. She felt terrible about billing us."
— Bonnie Castillo (@NNUBonnie)
Imperial Collapse Watch
Military.com. Zeitgeist watch: This is a family blog, so normally I wouldn’t include this link — or the next one — but it dovetails with a power surge in the military (see ).
Motherboard (UserFriendly). More zeitgeist: Reifying performative behavior in datasets. Please make it stop.
The Intercept (UserFriendlly).
Capital and Main
Antidote du jour ():
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.