Goldman in the hot seat

March 5, 2023 Hi, I’m Matt Turner, the editor in chief of business at Insider. Welcome back to Insider Today’s Sunday edition, a roundup of our top reads of the week.   On the agenda today: Elon Musk let other car companies catch up to Tesla. How Boomers’ […]

Vice Cop Vices

Sponsored by Platform Books Sarah Schulman Red Lights, Blue Lines Three recent books examine the discrimination and hypocrisy at the heart of policing “vice.” Geoffrey Wheatcroft Bloody Panico The British Conservative Party was once one of the great popular political movements of Europe. What happened? Anjum Hasan Endless Trances […]

Touting ‘Ethnic Fusion,’ China’s New Top Official for Minority Affairs Envisions a Country Free of Cultural Difference

March 3, 2023 ~ ABN Last October, China’s top officials convened the once-every-five-year congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to determine the leadership and political trajectory of the country for the next half decade. Xi Jinping secured a precedent-breaking third term as paramount leader of the Party, […]

How close is war with Iran?

Ryan Grim 19 hr ago The prospect of war with Iran appears to be getting greater with each passing month – perhaps ratcheted to its highest threat in years last week with this comment from U.S. Ambassador to Israel Tom Nides, who said: “Israel can and should do […]

Capitalism Produces Socialism

Andrew Willard Jones From the print magazine: This essay was originally published in New Polity Issue 2.4 (Fall 2021). Order the full issue here. Abstract There is a lot of talk these days about an increasing interest in socialism. It is quite the conundrum if approached within the […]

Your Airbnb is watching you

March 4, 2023 Hello, Insiders. We shared a great story from our economy team yesterday, exploring the ways companies are “quietly firing” (or pushing out) workers. Has this happened to you? Have you ever had to quiet fire someone? Let us know: But it’s our Saturday edition, […]

The Right to Be Artful

Sponsored by Platform Books In John J. Lennon’s latest essay for the Review, he reads Sarah Weinman’s book Scoundrel, an account of the saga of the writer and convicted murderer Edgar Smith, who had once been championed by William F. Buckley. “As a journalist who covers criminal justice […]

International Finance

The Jews don’t have a monopoly on International Finance. They became moneylenders in ancient times because both Christians and Muslims forbade usury, but today, people of all races and religions are involved. The main financiers are the banks. The world’s largest bank is the Industrial and Commercial Bank […]

Bad Language

  Vic Sarson wrote an article for European Outlook # 72 entitled ‘Language and Thinking’. His key point was: If peoples’ thinking is determined by language, and if language is corrupted and debased, confusing their understanding of anything and everything, then it’s easy to control what they think, especially […]

‘The Loneliest Generation’

Why are American men and women moving in such different directions on public issues? Daniel Cox on how the attitudes and convictions of young adults are changing U.S. political life. Democracy 13 min read Something unusual appears to be happening among young Americans. “For much of the past […]

‘Cocaine Bear’ Is a Buzz Kill

The 41 Best Shows on Netflix Right Now Wired From ‘Physical: 100’ to ‘Wednesday’, these are our picks for the best Netflix streaming titles to binge this week. READ How AI Could Transform Email Reece Rogers Artificial intelligence may streamline a form of business communication that’s already super […]

A THIRD of Americans agree with Marjorie Taylor Greene’s ‘national divorce’ call: 47% of Republicans back bid for red states to split, according to shocking poll

By Katelyn Caralle, U.S. Political Reporter For Republican firebrand Marjorie Taylor Greene says the U.S. needs a ‘national divorce’ between red and blue states A shocking new poll shows that one-third of Americans agree with this idea Two-thirds of independent voters disagree that there should be separation  […]