AP’s Today in History for March 6th
The Alamo falls; The Dred Scott decision brings America closer to Civil War; Renaissance artist Michelangelo born; Walter Cronkite leaves ‘The CBS Evening News’; Ed McMahon and Rob Reiner born.
Breakfast Tune Doin’ My Time – Flatt & Scruggs
Something to think about, Breakfast News & Blogs below
Beef prices rose 30 percent, while meatpackers have been celebrating an average of 120 percent increase in profits.
The cost of Proctor and Gamble diapers, toothpaste, detergent, and tampons has risen throughout the pandemic while P&G has boasted record-breaking profits.
— Zephyr Teachout (@ZephyrTeachout) March 4, 2022
- The Varieties of Bullshit
- Antitrust Cops Put Handcuffs for CEOs on the Table
- What is Russia’s Near Term Objective in Ukraine?
- NBC Off by 18 Years on US’s Last Use of Cluster Bombs
- Samsung Encryption Flaw
- Pet care lures private equity
- COVID Has Made Global Inequality Much Worse
Joseph E. Stiglitz
Something to think about over coffee prozac
It is day 407 of the Biden presidency. The Biden Education Dept is taking a bankrupt cancer patient to court days before she begins a series of surgeries that might leave her permanently disabled to contest her claim that she cannot pay $96k in student loan debt.
— Tracking Biden From The Left (@BidenTracking) March 4, 2022