- The Case of Sergei Magnitsky: Anti-Corruption Champion or Corrupt Anti-Hero? (Speigel) Magnitsky wast an accountant for serial financial criminal Bill Browder, and his name is on a Russia sanctions bill that increasingly appears to be result of a con played on the US government.
- The New Deal Wasn’t Intrinsically Racist (The New Republic) “This more complex view of the New Deal’s significance for African Americans helps us to understand why black people supported both it and the Roosevelt administration so enthusiastically.“
- 32 UK Towns With Hilarious Names That Actually Exist (Bored Panda) and let us not forget Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.
- Why the profit motive fails in education (The Conversation) How Australia privatizing vocation education led to an explosion of corruption.
- File an Information Request with Every Grievance (Labor Notes) An important reason why you want a union: They have a right to a broad range of information in the event of a dispute.
- Ring’s Neighbors Data Let Us Map Amazon’s Home Surveillance Network (Gizmodo) Ring has always used profligate information with law enforcement in its business plan, and now they are owned by Amazon.
A good summary on how McKinsey & Company have taken over the Democratic Party establishment: