“THE RISK IS WELL PAID LOL” Intercept. Part 7 in the series, based on documents leaked to Greenwald et al.
Computers can’t tell if you’re happy when you smile MIT Technology Review
Bauhaus100.com: Reflections on a National and Global Celebration Los Angeles Review of Books
2020 Presidential Contribution Data by State Pro Publica
Mississippi reporters confront the ‘Billy Graham Rule’ Columbia Journalism Review
The Iowa Circus Rolling Stone. Matt Taibbi.
What Progressives Hopefully Learned From Russiagate Caitlin Johnstone
The Case of Al Franken New Yorker
Democrats in Disarray
Rory Stewart just might be the leader we need in the war against no-deal Brexit ‘by any means necessary’ Independent. “So it is, Rory Stewart, that a lonely nation – or about half a nation – turns its eyes to you. As Philip Hammond appears to agree, the former soldier/adventurer/royal tutor with the look of a disease-ravaged teddy bear is the closest thing the rebel alliance has to a charismatic MP.” No comment.
Brexit: aerospace preparedness EUReferendum.com
6 reasons you should buy “slow furniture” TreeHugger
HKFP Lens: Frontline shots from Hong Kong Island’s night of mayhem as protesters flee tear gas, rubber bullets – Part 1 Hong Kong Free Press. Includes links to part 2.
Genocides begin in the wilderness, far from prying eyes – in Ottoman Turkey as well as Nazi Germany Independent. Robert Fisk.
Did Trump Just Threaten to Attack Iran With Nukes? The American Conservative. Scott Ritter.
Late-colonial convulsions Qantara
Ratcliffe tapped to replace Coats as U.S. spy chief Reuters (furzy)
Antidote du Jour (via):
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