First off, here's the link to the Nation piece. I was attracted to this piece because CJ from RBN discussed it. You may want to multitask the RBN video with something interesting because it, the video, isn't. At any rate, here's a link:
# Joe Biden
I think Sabrina Salvati has a good take on this one
This diary is actually about Joe Biden.
-- there was a woman there who had some sort of carbon tax proposal. I explained to her that, instead of trying to mitigate climate change while leaving everything else about society the same, we should ask ourselves what kind of society would be able to mitigate climate change, and then we should ask ourselves what we would have to do to get that kind of society.
In a recent comment I laid out my -- more or less -- core statement on the presidential race. Here's what I said:
the public interest is currently served by a proliferation of candidates who are not Joe Biden and who are not Republicans.
Yesterday gjohnsit posted a preliminary discussion of the sanctions against Russia having failed. This is indeed true: they have. But it doesn't really stop there, as revealed in one of Simplicius the Thinker's most recent Substack posts. Here's a conclusion at the beginning of his essay:
I'd like to start with this review of a New York Times survey: