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Daily Digest 3/19 - The Surrealism of the Information War, Record Floods Bring New Toll For Farmers

Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 10:44 AM
  • The Surrealism of the Information War
  • We are already ruled by “private governments,” and they suck
  • The Government Is Using the Most Vulnerable People to Test Facial Recognition Software
  • The Chaotic Triumph of Arron Banks, the “Bad Boy of Brexit”
  • Commercial Ammo: The Untold History of Springfield Armory and America's Munitions Factories
  • If Liberals Won’t Enforce Borders, Fascists Will
  • ‘It’s Probably Over for Us’: Record Floods Bring New Toll When Farmers Can Least Afford It
  • What, Exactly, Are Southern California’s Coyotes Eating?
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Daily Digest 3/18 - Facebook Being Abandoned By Top Execs, GE Cash Flow Will Bottom Out in 2019

Monday, March 18, 2019, 12:02 PM
  • China says it has arrested 13,000 'terrorists' in Xinjiang
  • Journalist Matt Taibbi Explains How Following The News Can Be Hazardous To Your Health
  • Facebook is being abandoned by top executives. Here's everyone who has left since the Cambridge Analytica catastrophe last year.
  • White Nationalism’s Deep American Roots
  • GE Cash Flow Will Bottom Out in 2019
  • Should media avoid naming the gunmen in mass shootings? 
  • Stock Market Press Focuses on Pets and CBD With News of Metatron, Inc. Expanding Their Reach To Pet CBD
  • War Spending Is Bankrupting America
  • Debate over nuclear power and future of TMI hits home in rural Pennsylvania
  • US and Saudi Arabia blocking regulation of geoengineering, sources say
  • Dead Philippines whale had 40kg of plastic in stomach
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Daily Digest 3/16 - Brexit Delayed By UK Parliament, The Trump Phenomenon As Seen In Europe

Saturday, March 16, 2019, 10:49 AM
  • 49 killed in mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Tech Companies Scramble To Remove New Zealand Shooting Video
  • The UK Parliament has voted to delay Brexit
  • BREAKING: Everyone Who Opposes War Is A Russian Antisemite
  • How to Win a 'Fifth-Generation' War
  • The Trump Phenomenon as Seen in Europe
  • Comma.ai founder George Hotz wants to free humanity from the AI simulation
  • The Drawing Board: Power Efficiency Key to Bit Mining Success
  • Global Oil Demand Can Only Increase
  • Gene-edited animals could help humanity, but they're in 'regulatory limbo'
  • Has the government left it too late for workable climate policy?
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Daily Digest 3/15 - Good News Friday: Congress Votes To Expand Public Lands, NM To Require Electricity From Renewable Energy

Friday, March 15, 2019, 7:50 AM
  • Congress Has Voted To Massively Expand Public Lands And Create Four National Monuments
  • Atlanta mayor bans salary history questions on city job applications
  • Son's tweet about dad's empty donut shop gets sweet reaction
  • JPMorgan Ends Financing of Private Prisons After Criticism
  • Scientists have built world’s first ‘time machine’ in experiment which defies the laws of physics
  • Fund raises $6.3M for Tree of Life synagogue massacre survivors, families
  • New Mexico passes bill requiring state's electricity come from renewable energy
  • Janet Mills adds Maine to group of states aiming to abide by Paris climate change accord
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Daily Digest 3/14 - Facebook, Amazon and Google Have a 2020 Problem, The Tragedy Of Baltimore

Thursday, March 14, 2019, 10:26 AM
  • Facebook, Amazon and Google Have a 2020 Problem
  • JP Morgan escalates deposit wars with expansion into the heart of Bank of America country
  • U.S. House technology panel heads seeks delay in 5G spectrum auction
  • The U.S. Now Has More Millionaires Than Sweden Has People
  • One thing Congress gets right: funding their own pensions
  • Finland’s Government Collapsed Under Weight Of Socialized Healthcare
  • Boeing's stock continues steep slide as more nations ban 737 MAX 8 planes
  • Six common themes unite the Jussie Smollett and college admissions scandals
  • Bunnies, Bombers And Butter
  • The Tragedy of Baltimore
  • Oil Prices Spike As EIA Confirms Inventory Draw
  • Oil Markets See An Explosion Of Bullish News
  • As wildfires devour communities, toxic threats emerge
  • The 'ecological foundations of society' are in peril, a massive UN report warns
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Daily Digest 3/13 - S&P Warns 'A Debt Crisis Is Brewing,' Research Team ‘Wakes Up’ Mammoth Cell Nuclei

Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 7:27 AM
  • Consumers racked up $67 billion in credit card debt in 2018, study finds
  • Global Growth Slowest Since 2009, $1 Trillion Deficits: Eco Day
  • Bad loan build-up clouds emerging share market picture
  • France's central bank revises down quarterly economic growth estimate
  • BOJ can be flexible in meeting its price goal: Japan finmin Aso
  • A debt crisis is brewing, S&P warns, but don't expect a 2008 rerun
  • Why ‘Japanification’ looms for the sluggish eurozone
  • China Seeks to Defuse Its $4.5 Trillion Local Hidden Debt Bomb
  • Israel Is Not America’s Ally 
  • Federal agency looking at fitness trackers for public sector workers 
  • Research team ‘wakes up’ mammoth cell nuclei 
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Daily Digest 3/12 - Trump Proposes Record Budget, Lootings As Desperation Grows In Venezuela

Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 9:35 AM
  • Trump Proposes a Record $4.75 Trillion Budget
  • Trump 2020 budget projects big deficits despite spending cuts
  • Venezuela power cut: Lootings as desperation grows
  • The U.S. Blamed Maduro for Burning Aid to Venezuela. New Video Casts Doubt.
  • What If Politics Can't Fix What's Broken?
  • “Now Is the Time of Monsters”
  • China database lists 'breedready' status of 1.8 million women
  • The Hidden Decline Of The Gold Mining Industry That No One Is Talking About
  • The BIS and The GLD - Craig Hemke
  • Political science’s “Theory of everything”
  • Socialist Revolution: The Price Capitalism Pays When Greed Goes Unrestrained
  • U.S. Oil Production Is Headed For A Quick Decline
  • Radical plan to artificially cool Earth's climate could be safe, study finds
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Daily Digest 3/11 - Yellow Vests Fan Flames Of Anti-Semitism, How To Prepare For A Dying Future

Monday, March 11, 2019, 10:24 AM
  • Yellow Vest protesters fan flames of anti-Semitism in France
  • Hundreds march in Paris as childminders join 'yellow vest' protests
  • Tax collectors chase rich New Yorkers moving to low-tax states. Auditors inspect cell records, even your dog's vet bills
  • They're still in the dark in Venezuela, and it's really ugly
  • How To Prepare For A Dying Future
  • Economic Charlatans of Modern Money
  • Myth-busting the European dream
  • Thousands of Russians protest against internet restrictions
  • Wanted: More pastures for West’s overpopulated wild horses
  • Regenerative agriculture finds solid backing as decades of success show renewal
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Daily Digest 3/9 - U.S. Households See Net Worth Decline, The Writing On The Wall

Saturday, March 9, 2019, 11:53 AM
  • US households see biggest decline in net worth since the financial crisis
  • United States citizens will need a visa to visit Europe starting in 2021
  • Pentagon may tap military pay, pensions for border wall
  • U.S. officials made list of reporters, lawyers, activists to question at border
  • Venezuela plunges into darkness amid widespread outage 
  • Battle against Ebola in Congo being lost amid militarized response, MSF says
  • The Experiment, by Robert Gore
  • Oh that it should come to this - Part 4
  • US disaster agency rejects $306M for California dam repair
  • The writing on the wall: a trillion dollar fund built on oil & gas exploration has just pulled out of oil & gas exploration
  • Bloomberg Launches Alternative To Green New Deal
  • Your Recycling Might Be Poisoning Poor Communities
  • UK weather: February temperature jump was incredible, says climate expert 
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Daily Digest 3/8 - Good News Friday: Finding The Root Of Human Writing, The Science Of Dad Jokes

Friday, March 8, 2019, 10:08 AM
  • Code hidden in Stone Age art may be the root of human writing
  • Philadelphia Is First U.S. City to Ban Cashless Stores 
  • What Can Science Tell Us About Dad Jokes?
  • A third person may have become HIV-free after a bone marrow transplant
  • Goodbye bidding wars: Homebuyers gain edge in this year's housing market 
  • The Bloomberg bombshell the media missed
  • The climate change lawsuit that could stop the U.S. government from supporting fossil fuels
  • Extreme Defoliation: High-Risk Ways to Boost Cannabis Yields and Bag Appeal
  • How Greta Thunberg’s Lone Strike Against Climate Change Became a Global Movement