Notes on Ursula Le Guin’s “Solitude,” introversion, politics, and class.
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Why is the brilliant Ta-Nehisi Coates not as persuasive as you’d expect?
Today’s Water Cooler: Warmonger Morgan Freeman, Sanders/Klobuchar to debate Graham/Cassidy on health care, copper, Uber, SEC, juggalos, frats
Cybersecurity is much in today’s news, but it’s not the only source of scams– which are much more omnipresent than in the past.
Suit attempts to clarify constitutional status of border searches of electronic devices: is a warrant required?
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Madrid’s crackdown is increasing support for independence in Catalonia among those who previously had little interest in such an outcome.
Like Bill Clinton before him, ex-President Barack Obama has boarded the Wall Street-financed train to millionaire riches.
By Lambert Strether of Corrente Trade “USTR CONSIDERS NON-BINDING DISPUTE SETTLEMENT MECHANISM IN NAFTA: The United States is considering dropping a binding mechanism in NAFTA for resolving government-to-government trade disputes in favor of a softer advisory system, sources following the talks told Morning Trade” [Politico]. “The dispute settlement shift would also include a change to […]
What killed Toys R US? Amazon,Walmart? The numbers say the company’s yet the latest in a string of retail casualties to private equity greed.
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SEC joins Equifax in reporting its own cybersecurity breach. Failure to safeguard information is not a problem unique to the private sector.
Some California Republican legislators are breaking ranks and beginning to embrace modest pro-regulatory positions on climate change.
Several government agencies and at least 34 state attorneys general have opened probes into the Equifax data-breach scandal–‘the gift that keeps on giving,’ says Bill Black.