Site performance was AWFUL on Friday. Apologies. If it is any consolation, I was tearing my hair out too. I think it has been fixed.
Lambert will be live blogging the October 15 protests later today, so stay tuned!
Saddam ‘double’ escapes Alexandria porn kidnap gang, again … Ahram (hat tip reader 1SK)
Obama orders U.S. troops to help chase down African ‘army’ leader CNN (hat tip reader Externality). Uganda? WTF? Per Foreign Policy, our intervention isn’t new, but still….We have a humanitarian disaster in Mexico, which is significantly our doing, and we are sending troops to Uganda?
Foreign riot police may now be operating in Greece Golem XIV (hat tip reader Externality)
Investor threat to second Greek bail-out Financial Times. Even though the haircut should have been deeper, you can’t retrade a deal now.
The Iranian “Plot” Alexander Cockburn, Counterpunch (hat tip Joe CostelloO)
Constitutional Moments: The People’s Voice Dylan Ratigan, Huffington Post
Part of Alabama Immigrant Law Blocked New York Times
Geithner on Wall Street Prosecutions: Just You Wait! Dave Dayen, FireDogLake
Students storm Goldman Sachs building in Milan Reuters (hat tip reader CaitlinO)
Occupy Wall Street needs corporate sponsors MarketWatch (hat tip reader Valissa)
Images: Occupy San Diego NBC San Diego (hat tip reader tyaresun)
Wall St protests spread to global stage Financial Times
Auctioneer: Stop All The Sales Right Now! YouTube. Video footage of the foreclosure protest we posted on yesterday.
Elizabeth Warren Announces Her Bid for Senate YouTube. This parody has been making the rounds.
The Critics Of Modern Macro Are Wrong Paul Krugman
The Smugness of Unintended Consequences James Kwak
The 1930s Sure Sound Familiar Joe Nocera, New York Times
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