Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Read Stuff, You Should

Happy Birthday to Jason Mewes, 39.

I'm still pretty far behind on everything after travel (and especially after a travel day), but here's some good stuff:

1. Matthew Cooper and Garance Franke-Ruta have some of my favorite advice during a fast-breaking story: slow down a bit; what we know about the NSA story and about Edward Snowden may still change dramatically, so no need to conclude anything yet.

2. How California's top-two primary is evolving, from Seth Masket.

3. And I haven't read it yet, but I've heard that Rich Yeselson on Taft-Hartley and the past and future of unions is this week's must-read.

1 comment:

  1. Several pages in, Yeselson has complained about anti-union groups red-baiting but hasn't mentioned just how red union leaders (who eventually merged with the democratic party) were. On my first search (referring to an American union leader after travel/work in the USSR):

    "the atmosphere of freedom and security, shop meetings with their proletarian industrial democracy; all these things make an inspiring contrast to what we know as Ford wage slaves in Detroit. What we have experienced here has reeducated us along new and more practical lines."

    Forever shameless progs will forever whitewash their own sickening history.


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