Saturday, September 3, 2016

Why Facts Don’t Unify Us

Why Facts Don’t Unify Us - The New York Times
We can cherry pick.
But something so clear is Cass' stock and trade.


It refreshing to agree.

Hong Kong goes to polls amid anger over China's tightening grip

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Declares ‘State of Lawlessness’

Tropical Storm Hermine: rains intensify along mid-Atlantic coastline

The Sloppy Battle for the Future of Craft Rye

SF falling short on many goals, controller finds

California Republican endorses Democrat's Senate bid

Why Growth Will Fall

Pence Says Clinton Is ‘Most Dishonest’ Candidate Since Nixon

What Litigation Finance Is Really About

Bill Clinton Created This Terrible Corporate Loophole. Will Hillary Close It?

The Terrible Mini-Trump of Minnesota—and the Progressive Who’s Running Against Him

Meet the Physicist Searching for Dark Matter’s Hidden Light

NDP wants to make guard rails on trucks mandatory

Why You’ll Probably Never Hear a Sondheim Concerto

A Bridge from Moscow to Paris: 130 Works of Modern Art

What Are Sanctuary Cities?

May’s Brexit Red Lines Prompt Warning From European Commission

Election forecasters try to bring some order to a chaotic political year

Election forecasters try to bring some order to a chaotic political year - The Washington Post

The election where the find out why old candidates are not groomed for the presidency.  It was obvious,  but the baby boom needs to have proof.  And they will get it in spades.

2 Little 2 Late

'On the cusp of falling apart' as insurers flee health exchanges

Turkey Premier Says Keeping Syria Intact Is Aim of Operation

Jean Rhys, ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’

The Fantastic World of Professor Tolkien

Is Victoria the new Downton Abbey?

Sun Wenlin and Hu Mingliang Want to Get Married

The best and worst countries in the world for making friends

How to See London Theater on the Cheap

No, the Internet Has Not Killed the Printed Book.

Tensions Deepen Between Donald Trump and R.N.C.

They grew up as American citizens, then learned that they weren’t

The Future of the International Space Station Is Up to a Weird Little Florida Nonprofit

Auction halves number of Greek private TV stations