Today is American Censorship Day!
Skilled Readers Rely on Their Brain’s “Visual Dictionary” to Recognize Words Georgetown University Medical Center
DOJ: Lying on Match.com needs to be a crime CNET (hat tip reader 1SK)
UK urged to prevent vulture funds preying on world’s poorest countries Guardian (hat tip reader May S)
The Tipping Point: Time to Call the ECB Deutsche Bank. But they aren’t answering: Germany’s Central Bank against the World Der Spiegel (hat tip reader Swedish Lex). Weidmann is completely out of touch.
Europe must not allow Rome to burn Martin Wolf, Financial Times. Wolf is now talking about an Italian default.
Turmoil Spreads in Europe Wall Street Journal. Funny, Italian yields are down this AM.
Thin Ice Bruce Krasting.
Can the US consumer carry us all? MacroBusiness
Chinese TV Host Says Regime Nearly Bankrupt Epoch Times (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Student loan default rates surging largely due to for-profit college expansion My Budget (hat tip reader May S)
Occupy and anarchism’s gift of democracy David Graeber, Guardian. I’m not a fan of anarchy, but it is a point of view represented in OWS.
Occupy Wall Street: police violence reveals a corrupt system Guardian (hat tip reader May S)
This Adorable Dog Was Pepper-Sprayed By Cops At Zuccotti Park Today Gothamist (hat tip reader Martha R)
Anti-capitalist? Too simple. Occupy can be the catalyst for a radical rethink Guardian (hat tip reader May S)
Paramilitary Policing From Seattle to Occupy Wall Street The Nation (hat tip reader May S)
North Dakota Oil Boom Raises Rents, Pushing Seniors Out Huffington Post (hat tip reader Carol B)
Big banks binge on Bush- Obama ‘venture socialism’ Washington Examiner
Winnebago County recorder still finds instances of ‘robo-signing’ Rockford Register Star (hat tip Lisa Epstein)
Purgatory for MF Global Customers Wall Street Journal
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