An atomic bomb, a scandal, and the neighborhood next door
By Rachel Becker and William Poor on October 9, 2018 10:00 a.m.
Updates are at the bottom.
Aside from Tweeting about #QuestOfRandomClues (beats me), WikiLeaks is most sincerely involved in the probably-not-so-mysterious ‘disappearance’ of the Saudi national WaPo journalist; his oeuvre is here; dunno if right clicking and choosing Open In Private Window will get you past their paywall or not.
I don't know about you, but nothing turns me off more than someone telling me that I can't have something that I obviously need, and that I know for a fact is possible.
jb and I just read through some essays, open threads, and comments here and there in c99.
Don't know about you, but we think this place is worth supporting.
These two needed to find a new way to make money what with her being a two/time loser who tried to rig an election and Slick with his own #metoo problems, although he pretty much gets a walk from diehard ‘lefty’ ladies. I wonder if it rankles that The Empty Suit can and does haul in way more than she ever did. Bill’s $500,000 speech to the RUSSIANS! during the Uranium One scandal isn’t even the litmus test for ‘speechifying’ anymore. Although their foundation got millions in donations.
Things always get nutty late in a credit cycle, when overconfidence reaches irrational levels. This time is no different.
But that doesn't mean that the craziness looks like the last time.
Here are some good examples of what to look for when the next crisis hits.
Holy cow, sounds just like us.
I was led to both the Greanville Post and this David Sirota article by a friend on Facebook. I thought both were noteworthy and brought them here to share with you. Greanville Post is a reality-based blog and Sirota is a real journalist with an actual memory.