10 Sunday read – big picture

Avoid the eyes! Mine Sunday morning See Incompetence, Corruption and Policy Failure:

A Things Fall Apart, Boris Johnson Edition: No tears for Boris Johnson and no tears for the Tory party. They knew what they were doing and they did it anyway. (Alex Massey)

A Google politicians are going to spam your inbox: The company’s latest pitch for Gmail is a relief for Republicans and a disaster for users. (Business Week) See more Confusion has become another untouchable problem in Washington Numerous federal agencies agree that widely spread lies are a threat to the country’s security. Doing something about them is another matter. (New York Times)

A America’s most miserable man: Why Lindsay Graham, Kevin McCarthy and many more cowards in Congress are still bidding for Trump (The Atlantic)

A The tycoon whose bet broke the nickel market went billionaire away Nickel’s ‘Big Shot’ is moving forward, but the market is still recovering. (Bloomberg)

A TikTok Shop customers are worried that they are buying counterfeit products: “TikTok definitely needs a whole new culture of responsibility,” one customer told BuzzFeed News. (BuzzFeed News)

A Medicare could save $ 3 billion by buying drugs in the Mark Cuban way In a recent study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, we analyzed 89 generic drugs sold by Cost Plus Drugs and found that Medicare could save more than $ 3 billion by buying 77 Cost Plus drugs in 2020. For example, Medicare pays more than $ 2 per pill for aripiprazole, a commonly used psychiatric drug, while the Cuban company sells the same formulation of the drug for 24 0.24 per pill. (Washington Post)

A Secret police: A private security group regularly sends misinformation to Minnesota police about protesters There are 13 private security guards for every police officer in downtown Minneapolis, but these groups are far less controlled than the police department. (MIT Technology Review)

A Monkey Plains, an Epidemic and a Bochd Deal: Inside the Science Crisis You Never Heard Experts say there is a serious shortage of primates for biomedical research – and that it puts human lives at risk. (Mother Jones)

A The Supreme Court is a mass rogue – and it is a judicial coup When the Supreme Court attacks the Constitution, democracy is in deep trouble. (Eudymonia) See more Exactly how sharp was this term on the right side of the Supreme Court? The biased division of the Supreme Court has not been so sharp for generations. (Thirty five) See more The Supreme Court has pushed America to the brink. Based on the promise of credibility, the court has given itself that power and authority to prevent the government from keeping its citizens alive. But its credibility is now shattered. (Prescription)

A Alaska’s devastating wildfire season is the latest in a series of climate change-energy disasters The state is on track to set a new and terrifying record. (Grid)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Spencer Jacob, editor and author of The Wall Street Journal’s Hard on the Street column. In front of the tape Column He began his career as an analyst at Credit Suisse, where he eventually became director of emerging market equity research. He is the author of “That wasn’t the revolution: Gamestop, Reddit and the flirting of small investors

Public pressure for gun laws after the shooting

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