Thursday, May 12, 2016

Abrupt Change


Bernie Sanders win in West Virginia was by a wide margin, and in a state that Hillary Clinton won in the 2008 primary. Scott Creighton looks at the "rancor" rising among working people against the insulated patrician elites, like Hillary Clinton. Thanks Tom.

Yves Smith, at Naked Capitalism, who is always very careful with her facts and homework, observes the horrific slaughter visited upon women and children by the policies driven by Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. 
(Those savage terrors are not over.)  Thanks, Eleni.

FBI Director, James Comey, disagrees with Hillary Clinton's characterization of current FBI investigation as "routine security inquiry".
“We’re conducting an investigation ... That’s what we do,” he said.
"We want to do it well and we want to do it promptly. I feel pressure to do both of those things," Comey said. "As between the two things, we will always choose 'well.' "
Clinton herself is expected to answer questions from FBI investigators and federal prosecutors in coming days or weeks.

Chelsae Clinton's husband closes hedge fund after losing 90% of investors' money.

Paul Ryan announces he and Donald Trump are "totally committed to working together". 
(Some deal made between Donald, the Koch brothers and Wall Street, then?)

David Stockman looks at that, too, saying that "General" Paul Ryan will meet with the presidential hopefuls to tell them how things are going to be. 
Stockman says the Wall Street frog will be left to boil this time. Take losses. No bailout. "X marks the spot", same as 2007-2008.

Amber and Jim Day graduate college today, Mathematics and Engineering. Tomorrow after work, I start driving the U-Haul to Rochester New York for Amber's Grad School, which starts Monday Afternoon.
Communication may be spotty.

Turning on a Dime

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