Dear readers, I’ve got a separate post on the Boston bombing aftermath, with some links, so please join the conversation there if you have more links or observations to add.
Geese on the March Tumblr (Lance N)
Boeing press conference on 787/FAA action Leeham News and Comment
China deploys anti-ship missile off Taiwan Financial Times
Thailand’s Farmer-Friendly Rice Subsidy Backfires BusinessWeek (furzy mouse)
Private Banks Don’t Help Financial Inclusion Jayati Ghosh and C.P. Chandrasekhar, Hindu Business Online
Why can’t the IMF face up to the truth about the failing euro? Telegraph. Um, they might quietly think it is in their interest. Wolfgang Munchau in 2010 said that the only way the eurozone could survive without significant rebalancing was for the euro to fall to 60 to 90 to the dollar.
Britain launches legal challenge to FTT Telegraph
Chained CPI Helps Fund Corporate Tax Breaks and Trickle Down masaccio, Firedoglake
No Charges for Police Commanders Over Actions During Protests New York Times. Quelle surprise!
Anti-gay hate groups don’t like to hear the truth about themselves Alvin McEwen, Firedoglake (Carol B)
The Problem Was With the Legislation New York Times (Lawrence R). Fits my theory that Obama was never serious about this. But why did he get pissy after the bill failed?
Zionism and the United States Congress Counterpunch (Carol B).
Apache Helicopter: Congress Asks Army Why It’s Accepting Unfinished AH-64Es AOLDefense (Carol B)
The Desolationists Counterpunch (Carol B)
Fatal Sensitivity James Kwak
Block trade failures magnify risk debate Financial Times. Euro equities, but still…
Bernanke Drives Margin Debt to Pre-Crisis Highs Counterpunch
Central Bankers Say They Are Flying Blind Financial Times
Three Parts to Macro Policy Tim Duy
Easy money brews sudden swings Financial Times
Singles swing into retirement with little savings MarketWatch, I wouldn’t call it “swinging.”
Part-Time Work Becomes Full-Time Wait for Better Job New York Times
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