A concrete example of why a disorderly Brexit is not a good idea.
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Today’s Water Cooler: NAFTA, Trump flip on Alexander-Murray, Steve Bannon, Mnuchin on tax reform, housing starts, Amazon, coffee shops
The potential and the limits of theatre and other art forms to combat confirmation bias.
A study of DuPont’s failure to clean up emissions of a toxic chemical shows pollution is economical rational. Too bad the remedies are lame.
A new analysis of why voters decided for or against Brexit.
A rise in hepatitis C, another public health crisis in the making, shows the high cost of neglecting job creation and social safety nets.
Reconfirming our first Boston meetup! Be there or be square!
Posted by Yves Smith at 1:21 am |
Today’s Water Cooler: NAFTA, Bombardier, Clinton uranium, Women’s March, industrial production, iPhone X, the Bezzle, robots, mindfulness
Getting tough about age discrimination would help address the alleged shortage of workers.
Topics: Guest Post
Posted by Yves Smith at 9:55 am |
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:55 am |
The latest Brexit follies….
How the “spitting on our veterans” meme is a remarkable and complete inversion of the facts.
Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson on why Trump is trying to decertify Iran even though he has admitted Iran is fully compliant with its agreement.
What a health care solution space looks like to our highly transactional President.