Yves here. On the one hand, this post contains many examples of how people with resources are assisting those hit hard by the coronavirus crisis. On the other, it is also all too apparent that in most cases, these charitable acts only make a dent in the problems most face, although admittedly shows of concern […]
Friday, April 3, 2020
COVID-19 has exposed flaws in the global supply chain economic model; advances in technology have rendered it obsolete.
A coronavirus confessional of sorts.
Key Official Missing in Action: North Carolina Treasurer, Sole Fiduciary of Its Pension, Has Covid-19 but State Refuses to Say More
Key public officials are abusing their position if they keep the severity of their Covid-19 illness under wraps.
Today’s Water Cooler: Legitimacy crisis vibe growing stronger… .
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s imposition of a 21-day lockdown in India to stem COVID-19 transmission triggered vast migration of the poor.
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:58 am |
The US is well into the Covid-19 crisis, yet most citizens are at risk of big bills if they seek testing and care.
The EU’s Green Deal: Bismarck’s ‘What Is Possible’ versus Thunberg’s ‘What Is Imperative’ in the Age of Covid-19
A detailed look at the Green Deal: bold goals, with a shortage of money, transition plans, and social democracy.
Coronavirus spending illustrates the foolishness of legislators believing their own numbers.
Today’s Water Cooler: #COVID19 tracker, new national poll, Biden on #COVID19, Biden backer: Sanders an “a*****e”, Cuomo bubble, Sanders on Wisconsin primary, Sanders and the black vote, Trump popularity, manufacturing, employment, forests, soil, hospital beds, vaping, essential workers
Not surprisingly, people who don’t have regular jobs will be very hard hit by the coronavirus crisis. And there are a lot of them.
Posted by Lambert Strether at 6:57 am |
Some scattered but nevertheless telling signs of coronavirus impact.