Links 3/5/19

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Links for you. Science:

Climate Change Enters Its Blood-Sucking Phase
A Humpback Whale Was Just Found In The Middle Of The Amazon Rainforest And No One Knows How It Got There
So we found a live bat in our archive
Sue Povey: Molecular geneticist who was a leading contributor to the Human Genome Project
Bill Jenkins, Who Tried to Halt Tuskegee Syphilis Study, Dies at 73

Other:

Is Nancy Pelosi Lying or Just Plain Stupid?
Democrats have to acknowledge a 2020 reality—the Senate filibuster has to go
Inside the Chaotic Early Days of Trump’s Foreign Policy
Elizabeth Warren to Forgo Receptions and Fund-Raisers With Big Donors
Why every child should see a black male doctor
Socialists Win Big in Chicago
Bitter Clinton Staffers Are Still Complaining About “His Royal Majesty King Bernie Sanders”
Amy Klobuchar’s defenders mistake the promise of feminism
Richard Gottfried’s Health-Care Crusade Is Paying Off
Bernie Returns Home to Brooklyn
The MBA Myth and the Cult of the CEO
Breaking the Silence: Inside the Israeli Right’s Campaign to Silence an Anti-Occupation Group
Response to Doug Henwood’s Trolling in Jacobin
An Open Letter To The American Left: Don’t Make The Mistakes We Did In Britain
MSNBC Yet Again Broadcasts Blatant Lies, This Time About Bernie Sanders’ Opening Speech, and Refuses to Correct Them (1. I’m leaning Warren; 2. This, from Maxwell, seems as harmful than Russian bots; 3. Don’t suck so badly that I’m forced to agree with Greenwald)
Skip Groff, 1948-2019
An MMT response on what causes inflation (one possible mechanism, not the only one)
The Type of Labor Leader We Need
Not sure the date of this map of DC. But will tweet some neat parts of it.

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1 Response to Links 3/5/19

  1. Barbara Piper says:

    Small quibble about your headline on the whale found in the “middle” of the Amazon rainforest. Marajo Island, where the whale was found, is at the far, far, eastern tip of Amazonia, not the middle. It’s still an interesting mystery, but it’s not like the whale was found in the Xingu….

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