Well worth a read: He fought the cancel mob, and the cancel mob lost. Includes an excellent playbook: https://t.co/fiTVQm0sGO
If you’re one of those people who continues to defend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, please do read this harrowing tale of online character assassination: https://t.co/s5zpQuYhRd
“No more narcissism: How history can be applied to US foreign policy.” My @TheTLS review of Robert Zoellick’s America in the World and H.R. McMaster’s Battlegrounds: https://t.co/G1DnInZ2cc
Much more here: https://t.co/VjGWY0v5yJ
The other issue of the week is the relationship between monetary policy and asset bubbles. If the Fed commits itself to near-free money for the indefinite future, bubbles are inevitable. Readers of The Ascent of Money will recall John Law’s role in the original stock bubbles.
@KiteVC @RayDalio Always glad to welcome a new convert, @KiteVC! Glad to see @RayDalio rethinking this.
The staringly obvious dangers of “making American California” by @joelkotkin : https://t.co/cuVvOyMHw7 I warned about this last year: https://t.co/YjQ6ZJDsyo And yet “That’s Biden’s plan”: https://t.co/pa3Avz8oD9
Two sobering articles about the homicide wave that began last summer and its not very surprising causes: https://t.co/gk0UjlakLZ and https://t.co/cuVvOyMHw7
The brave and brilliant new book by @Ayaan is out. Trailer here: https://t.co/qqIoxxJ3q9 Book available here: https://t.co/peRnIQPUcY
I fear this could be the beginning of a great dying of Oxford pubs. https://t.co/wa5MRYXrCK