Newly Discovered Flatworm Is Named After Obama Popular Science (Re Silc).
Central Banks Around the Word are Dovish The Big Picture (Re Silc).
Negative Interest Rates and the War on Cash (3) Automatic Earth
Data Mining and the ‘Creepy’ Factor American Banker
Our Famously Free Press
Why Vox’s Matt Yglesias Should Go Back in Time and Unwrite Recent Column Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone. “[W]hoever heard of a reporter begging for less access? We’re all losing our minds.”
The Perils and Limits of ‘No-Fly Zones’ The American Conservative
Inside Iran’s illegal parties, where every drink comes with the risk of a flogging International Business Times
Hillary Clinton’s Team Aims for a More Positive Message WSJ. If only Hunter S. Thompson had lived…
Donald Trump is finally seeing signs of life in key swing states WaPo. Explaining the recent hysteria.
NYT Ridiculing Of Gary Johnson Fails With Four(!) Major Mistakes Moon of Alabama
Progress on Ferguson consent decree compliance mixed, both sides say St Louis Post Dispatch
How inmates are organizing a nationwide strike from behind bars Waging Nonviolence
Imperial Collapse Watch
Fifteen Years on, Where Are We in the ‘War on Terror’? The RAND Blog
Denver Taxi Drivers Are Turning Uber’s Disruption on Its Head The Nation. Nothing more disruptive than collective ownership of the means of production (well, co-ops).
Employ Young Americans Now The Minskys
Interview with David Autor Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Impact of technological change and import substitution on U.S. labor.
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