Some links that will fill you with outrage:
- Nevada’s largest newspaper is sold to an undisclosed buyer for $140 million dollars. This is $38 million more than its PARENT COMPANY sold for last year — meaning someone is way overpaying to anonymously own a newspaper in an early primary state. And when the journalists at the paper attempt to investigate, their story gets edited from on high. More: one two three.
- A diagnosis that many seemingly intractable problems stem from private ownership of land and a few ideas to fix it.
- Tyson Foods and its unreasonably close relationship with government: getting workplace comp laws rewritten and cutting the pay of its main regulator by 30%.