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Killing Coal and Fending Off Insanity

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Enough already.

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My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Businesses Scale Back Investment in America (Bloomberg View)
  • The Web Makes It Harder to Read Market Sentiment (Bloomberg View), e.g., "It’s Going to Collapse": 5 Scary Stock Market Predictions From Smart Investors (Time)
  • Media Companies Are Getting Sick of Facebook (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • How to Take a Crazy Risk Without Going Insane (MoneyBeat); see also Retirement: Safety First (Barron’s)
  • The destruction of political norms started decades ago. Here’s how it happened. (Washington Post)
  • Solar Power Will Kill Coal Faster Than You Think (Bloomberg); see also The War on Coal States (Slate)
  • How to Deal With North Korea (the Atlantic)
  • Amazon’s New Customer (Stratechery); see also Amazon Expanded Its Empire — And Its Place in Society (Wired)
  • The NSA Has Done Little to Prevent the Next Edward Snowden (Vice)
  • Megyn Kelly Pantses Alex Jones (Politico); see also Megyn Kelly exposes Alex Jones (Poynter)

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