Revealing the Pentagon Papers in Congress Consortium News
The Pentagon Papers’ Legacy After 50 Years American Conservative
Humanity Is Sloppily, Awkwardly Lumbering Toward Consciousness Caitlin Johnstone
THE POLITICS OF RECOGNITION IN THE AGE OF SOCIAL MEDIA New Left Review. From the March/April 2021 issue; still germane.
Necropolitics in the Amazon Counterpunch
Why Has “Ivermectin” Become a Dirty Word? TK News. Matt Taibbi. Unlocked full version.
Friend or Threat London Review of Books
It took a pandemic, but the US finally has (some) centralized medical data MIT Technology Review
Exclusive: Full Interview With Russian President Vladimir Putin NBC (zagonostra). Hoisted from comments; from last week, still germane, and well worth an hour and a half of your time.
Kamala Harris lands her SEVENTH White House role: VP begins new roll promoting Biden’s child tax credits as part of a growing list of jobs – but still hasn’t revealed when she will visit the wall as ‘border czar’ Daily Mail
The Man Who Controls the Senate New Yorker
The NCAA Looks Like a Dead Organization Walking New York magazine
Imperial Collapse Watch
Assange Is Still in Jail Craig Murray
The most infuriating part of the Biden-Putin summit was listening to American reporters grill them about Navalny while they refuse to ask Biden about Julian Assange, let alone mention his name. https://t.co/4f4WZe85eq
— Dave DeCamp (@DecampDave) June 21, 2021
Why Are Billionaires Presumed Innocent? Daily Poster, David Sirota.
Biden’s Antitrust Revolutionaries Project Syndicate
Interesting and encouraging: Rep. Omar re-tweeting praise for a Tucker Carlson segment about the new, excellent FTC chief.
When you view politics as an instrument to foster positive change rather than a self-branding game, you look for ways to create coalitions, not shun allies: pic.twitter.com/BhZb79XmmW
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) June 21, 2021
US pulls air defenses from key Arab allies Asia Times
Myanmar: EU, UK impose new sanctions on junta officials Deutsche Welle
Antidote du Jour (via):
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.