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Don’t You Hate Spammy, Sensationalist Click-Bait Like This?

Authored by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, So what's the difference between "fake news," spammy sensationalist click-bait and so-called "mainstream news" that serves the interests of the corporate-state? It's getting hard to tell. We're inundated with spammy sensationalist click-bait. You know what I mean–the little boxes containing eye-candy photos and headlines such as "you won't […]

Frontrunning: November 13

Moar central banks! Asian Stocks Rise Amid Stimulus Speculation; Topix Jumps (BBG) Syria rebels in south emerge as West’s last hope as moderates crushed elsewhere (Reuters) Bufett’s Berkshire to Buy Duracell Business From Procter & Gamble in $3B Deal (AP) Weak Demand, Real-Estate Slump Signal Headwinds for China (WSJ) China Slowdown Deepens as Leaders Said […]

Frontrunning: June 26

Scalpel in Hand, Chinese Premier Li Stirs Reform Hopes (Reuters) Obama Sets Conditions for Keystone Pipeline Go-Ahead (FT) World’s Most Indebted Households Face Rate Pain (BBG) SAC Probers Weighing ‘Willful Blindness’ Tack (WSJ) Draghi Says ECB Ready to Act, Calls for Investment Over Tax (BBG) U.S. Tops China for Foreign Investment (WSJ) Basel Presses Ahead […]

On "Intellectual Monocultures", Record Soybean Prices And Absolute Returns

Back on March 7, 2011, when discussing the phenomenon of Zero Hedge, prominent tech blogger and recent Bloomberg paid content expansion Paul Kedrosky had this to say: “After prolonged exposure [to Zero Hedge] I have to turn off my wi-fi not to sell all my U.S. dollars for physical gold, start an anti–Goldman Sachs blog […]