Sunday, April 21, 2019
In this Real News Network interview, Bill Black examines the VW emissions scandal and discusses how corruption has become endemic in corporate Germany, and why the SEC and DoJ are targeting VW.
The latest in Justin Mikulka’s excellent series on fracking follies.
Get a cup of coffee. A meaty talk by Michael Hudson, Liz Theoharis, and Aliou Niang on the social and economic logic of debt cancellation back when it was a regular practice.
Today’s Water Cooler: China and WTO, Biden to run, Buttigieg (Zuckerberg; donors), Harris, Moulton (!), Sanders, Warren, Yang, RussiaGate, super-delegates, jobless claims, leading indicators, retail sales, Sears, Lyft, CA carbon tax debacle, real-time evolution, plastic bags, Johnny Cash, brains, cats, badgers
Professor Stephen Cohen dicusses Trump’s policies on Russia and China on Real News Network.
Posted by Lambert Strether at 6:55 am |
McKinsey would have you believe it is covering itself in glory in Puerto Rico. A New York Magazine story suggests otherwise.
An on-the-ground report from a teacher in Beverton on how the war on schools’ funding is leading teachers to strike.
Can Sanders supporters counter a hostile media?
Meetup Reminders! Boston, This Thursday, April 25; Announcing Location for Minneapolis Meetup, Thursday May 2; Still Seeking Location for Milwaukee Meetup Wednesday May 1
More meetup information. Hope to see you soon!
Posted by Yves Smith at 12:01 am |
Today’s Water Cooler: Mueller report and open thread.
Small donations and small donors are not the same.
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:55 am |