Today’s Water Cooler: Automobile imports, “Blue Wave” already cresting?, California primaries, Teachout runs for NY AG, Our Revolution, durable goods, consumer sentiment, DNA, ’80s home robots
Friday, May 25, 2018
How desegregation led to a concerted attack on public education.
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:55 am |
On the shortcomings of eyewitness memories, and in particular, forensic sketches based them.
Some sleuthing into who might be backing the low-life hit men at PropOrNot, a group linked to Ukrainian fascists that defamed Naked Capitalism, ConsortiumNews, Counterpunch, the Ron Paul Institute, Paul Craig Roberts, Black Agenda Report, and other sites.
Today’s Water Cooler: Open Thread.
Salient Economic Characteristics of the Counties that Flipped to Trump, Sorted by Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and an economic message for Democrats.
What was the real story in Uber’s first quarter results?
See this problem for what it is: A loosely organized group of global addicts getting together to figure out ways to enrich each other financially.
Experts appear to have understated the role of economic insecurity in sparking the rise of populism.
Today’s Water Cooler: China trade, sorghum, Clinton and Cuomo, Stacey Abrams, scamming the #Resistance, PMI Flash, new housing, architectural billings, Google, tech billionaires, model trains, Lamarckism, food trucks, “By 35….”
Beware the So-Called Mental Health “De-Stigmatization” Campaigns such as Make It OK and NAMI, for They Are Front Groups for Big Pharma
On the unsavory role of mental health advocacy groups.
Posted by Lambert Strether at 6:55 am |
Italy’s much ballyhooed populism is looking a lot like a sellout.