Real News Network interview with Levke Caesar, discussing how Atlantic ocean currents have weakened due to global warming and are closer to catastrophic collapse than any time in the last 1,600 years.
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Nudging and soft authoritarianism…
CalPERS to Investigate CFO Charles Asubonten, But Will It Look into Misrepresentations on His Employment Application?
CalPERS has finally accepted that it needs investigate the apparent misrepresentations in recently-hired CFO Charles Asubonten’s resume and Form 700, but will the probe go far enough?
Today’s Water Cooler: China’s subsidies, NAFTA, Thomas Frank, Holder 2020, Medicare for Some, tote bags, neoliberalism, terms and conditions, 420, the illusion of time
A critique of the monoculture in economics.
More Brexit bad news, even though the UK should not be surprised.
Some good news on the opioid front is not good enough.
Environmental protestors,like other protestors, run the risk of facing jail time. That exposure is heightened by the fact that “out” groups have more reason to be demanding change.
Today’s Water Cooler: NAFTA and IP, “the wave,” “Medicare for Anyone,” leading indicators, business outlook, driver shortages, Permian basin, Facebook GDPR, hip-hop, brutalism
Topics: Water Cooler
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China throws its weight around even more casually than the US does, achieving the difficult task of making Trump look not so bad.
Why newfangled finance will not have much impact on the banking industry.
Through the Revolving Door, with a Few Stumbles – Health Care Corporate Executives and Consultants Continue to Become Leaders of Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services
As hard as it may be to believe, health care industry corruption is increasing, as measured by revolving door appointments.