Monday 16/9 Reads

Why Americans Love Bombardment (The Globalist)

David Brooks is constantly wrong (Salon)

German Euroskeptics Rising, But Taking Few Risks (The National Interest)

Science is More than Mathematics (Mises Institute)

Cartels wind their way through Russia’s economy (Russia Beyond the Headlines)

Israel has 80 nukes, can about triple inventory – report (RT)

The Man In Charge Of The NSA Modeled His Office After The Bridge Of The Starship Enterprise (Zerohedge)

‘Follow the Money’: NSA Spies on International Payments (Spiegel)


Thursday 12/9 Reads

Vladimir Putin Addresses America In NYT Op-Ed; Calls For Caution In Syria, Denounces “American Exceptionalism” (Zerohedge)

The American Public’s Foreign-Policy Reawakening (The National Interest)

Romantic Germany risks economic decline as green dream spoils (Telegraph)

Syria researcher cited by McCain, Kerry fired for fabricating credentials (RT)

Defeating AIPAC Starts with Syria (Antiwar)

Perfect storm for markets (Marketwatch)

New poll shows GOP shifting in fascinating new direction (The Blaze)

Tuesday 10/9 Reads

Interest Rates and Monetary Aggregates During the Lesser Depression – Part 1 (Pragmatic Capitalism)

The Lesson of the Coming Decade (Hussman Funds)

USDA: 1 Out Of 5 American Children Have No Food To Eat (Alt-Market)

Spare us the hypocrisy over chemical weapons, America. What about Agent Orange? (Telegraph)

On Syria, Sunday Morning TV Journalists Don’t Need Proof (Fair)

Damascus agrees to cede chemical weapons to intl control – Syria FM (RT)

Sunday 8/9 Reads

Pension Funds Unrealistic Expectations, Nominal or Real Returns? (The Market Oracle)

Manipulated by power: What is wrong with the New York Times? (Salon)

The Best Result From Congress: A ‘No’ Vote on Syria  (The Atlantic)

Who Is Going To Buy The US Debt If This War Causes China, Russia And The Rest Of The World To Turn On Us? (Zerohedge)

Mongolia Joins Shale Revolution, But at What Cost? (The Diplomat)

The Federal Reserve Has A Demographics Problem — An Aging Society Is Making Monetary Policy Less Effective (Business Insider)