Africa: Not Jobs, Prosperity Now

Here are two documents on African-American and Africa attitudes towards work and prosperity. The first is a summary of an article from The Guardian of Britain, a very far left newspaper, and the second from a far left, US-based online news service covering Africa. (The Guardian’s grasp of economics may be indicated by the fact […]

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Dubai World Sold Stock in MGM Resorts Before the Las Vegas Massacre

We begin with an insider trade that was (maybe) not an insider trade. The insider trader report of Market beat.com notes many sell orders by MGM Resorts International CEO James Murren in the third Quarter of 2017 (9/8/2017: $10.0 million; 9/7/2017: $8.8 million; 8/9/2017: $1.8 million; 7/31/2017: $1.8 million) [Table: Insider Trades by Quarter for […]

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Seattle Times: A Newspaper In Name Only

The Seattle Times won high honors from the Online News Association for the 2016 “Under Our Skin” [UOS] project. Uos created a “conversation” about White racism, White privilege, diversity and microaggressions, in the context of promoting the narratives of White police shooting Black men, the Black Lives Matter movements and [ANTIFA] protests on college campuses. […]

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Censorship Engines: Facebook Outsourcing Its Blacklisting?

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11109/france-islamists-facebook Yves Mamou France: Facebook Islamists Hunt in Packs. Gatestone Institute, October 13, 2017. [author’s summary] Fatiha Boudjalat, the co-founder of the secularist movement Viv(r)e la Republique, is a prominent figure of anti-Islamism in France. She is interviewed regularly on television and radio, and her op-eds are regularly published in Le Figaro. Recently, on Facebook, […]

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