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10 Sunday Reads – The Large Image

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10 Sunday Reads – The Large Image


Avert your eyes! My Sunday morning take a look at incompetency, corruption, and coverage failures:

Epic Fail: How a company duopoly ruined snowboarding. Mountains are shedding their tradition as the identical two corporations take over lodge after lodge after lodge. Gone are dwell bands, impartial outfitters, free lift-side parking, and secret smoke shacks. Snowboarding has quick change into simply one other soulless, pre-packaged, mass industrial expertise. (Slate)

Burned Buyers Ask ‘The place Have been the Auditors?’ A Court docket Says ‘Who Cares?’ Judges request that SEC weigh in on case that might have an effect on $17 billion business. (Wall Road Journal)

What Dermatologists Actually Assume About These Anti-Ageing Merchandise: Cosmetics corporations try to wow shoppers with clinical-sounding elements. Precise scientists aren’t impressed. (Businessweek)

Money and luxurious journey: how US utilities maintain fossil fuels in new properties: Utilities give rewards to accommodate builders to put in and promote fuel home equipment in properties – and enlist superstar cooks to extoll the fossil gas. (The Guardian)

The Destiny of the West’s Water Rests on the Shoulders of This 27-Yr-Outdated: Can J.B. Hamby discover a solution to persuade California’s cities and farmers to chop a deal over the Colorado River? (Politico)

Oligarchy and Democracy: Democratic establishments aren’t adequate in themselves to maintain the rich few from concentrating political energy. (The American Curiosity)

GOP voter-fraud crackdown overwhelmingly targets minorities, Democrats: Black and Hispanic individuals made up greater than 75 % of defendants and Democrats practically 60 % in a controversial push by Republicans to prosecute election dishonest, in line with a first-of-its-kind evaluation by The Washington Submit. (Washington Submit)

How Police Have Undermined the Promise of Physique Cameras: A whole bunch of tens of millions in taxpayer {dollars} have been spent on what was bought as a revolution in transparency and accountability. As an alternative, police departments routinely refuse to launch footage — even when officers kill. (ProPublica)

The Colorado Ruling Modified My Thoughts: Don’t learn the Colorado ruling, learn the dissents. The strongest argument for throwing Trump off the poll is the weak spot of the counterarguments. (The Atlantic)

When the New York Occasions misplaced its approach: A journalism that begins out assuming it is aware of the solutions may be far much less priceless to the reader than a journalism that begins out with a humbling consciousness that it is aware of nothing. (Economist)

You should definitely try our Masters in Enterprise this week with Stephen Suttmeier, director and chief fairness technical strategist at Financial institution of America Merrill Lynch. His analysis seems repeatedly in Month-to-month Chart Portfolio of World Markets, Market Evaluation Remark, Sectors and Shares on the Transfer, Thematic Inventory Charts, and Chart Blast.

 

Monitoring Part 3 Trump Disqualification Challenges

Supply: Lawfare

 

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