Vajuu (Kevin W)
Guardian (David L)
The Baffler (Anthony L). Why don’t these people come up with better titles?!?
Areo Magazine (Bill B). I think we’ve managed to link to news stories on this project, as opposed to the overview by the instigators themselves. Apologies for the delay…..
ExtremeTech (furzy). Ugh.
Duffle Blog (Kevin W)
CNBC (furzy). Not a good look.
Guardian. Telegraph give this story prominent play, but it is nowhere to be found on the Daily Mail’s UK site, and the FT Brexit story of the day, below the fold, is: . Note this part:
However, the timing of the document indicates that Brussels may use it as leverage in the talks, only to end up revising no-deal plans. An EU diplomat familiar with the preparations said the commission was planning to adjust the tone of the draft according to progress made in negotiations over coming days.
“It will be harder if it all gets stuck and softer if things are going well,” the diplomat said.
Morning Star (furzy)
The Sun. Kevin W: “This was so bad that I just had to send it if for no other reason than a good laugh.”
New York Times (David L)
New Cold War
Moon of Alabama (Kevin W)
Don Quijones, Wolf Street
Defend Democracy Press (furzy)
Very strange… Iran fired missiles at ISIS in Syria. Killed several ISIS leaders – almost killed Al-Baghdadi. US complained (!!) saying Iran was reckless, cuz the strike was within 3 miles of US troops.
But why was ISIS leader Baghdadi feeling so safe so close to US troops????
— Trita Parsi (@tparsi)
Big Brother is Watching You Watch
PC Magazine (David L)
New York Times (furzy)
Sacramento Bee (furzy)
Business Insider (Dr. Kevin)
London Review of Books (Anthony L)
Vanity Fair (furzy)
Intercept. In other words, a protracted wet noodle lashing.
All those Democrats who scream "but Bernie's not a Democrat!" — well, here's a "real" Democrat for you. Happy?
— David Sirota (@davidsirota)
Even People Insured By Their Employer Are Worried About Rising Health Care Costs FiveThirtyEight (UserFriendly).
Columbia Journalism Review (UserFriendly)
NBC News (Kevin W). We said a long time ago that our lousy health care system + rising inequality would = more public health problems.
DC Medical Malpractice & Patient Safety Blog (furzy)
Reuters (EM). More “charming”.
The Hill (UserFriendly)
Waiting for all those people who said pvt businesses would lose 40m workers to a JG paying $15/hr to now tell us how terrible it is that Amazon is paying $15/hr minimum.
— Scott Fullwiler (@stf18)
Antidote du jour. MGL: “This is a juvenile black-crowned night-heron that perched in a tree just a few feet above our balconey at hotel in Dana Point. It sat there quietly for ~ 45” then vanished.”
And a bonus video (Jeff N):
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.