"Soviet KGB may have killed Albert Camus, claims paper" Is the wreckage still around?
"The Real Strauss-Kahn Story Back at the New York Times" The NYT published as fact some outright lies spread by the defense team.
"DSK's Accuser Is Looking More Credible, but Will It Matter?" Of course, she was always entirely credible. It was the DSK-protecting media that lied.
"James Galbraith on How Fraud and Bad Economic Thinking Got Us in This Mess" The necessity of severely punishing all the fraud ties back to the de Soto arguments about the connection between wealth creation and the rule of law. Of course, as the United States is well and truly fucked, none of the fraud will be punished.
"Israeli textbooks portray Palestinians as ‘terrorists, refugees, and primitive farmers’" Exactly what you'd expect from a violent racist supremacist state.
"New Orleans Cops GUILTY, But Not of Murder." Everything in New Orleans is imbued with magic, including police firearms. This story takes me back.
"The Rebels Advance On Brega"
"Obama announces "historic" manned mission halfway to Mars." Obama's extreme over-cleverness is leading him dangerously close to becoming a permanent joke punchline.
NLRB Finds Employer Rule Prohibiting Audio and Image Recording at Work Violates Employees’ Labor Rights - By Caroline Cohen | January 8, 2016 The National Labor Relations Board (“Board”) recently held that employees can take photos and record conversations in t...
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