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The 2008 Meltdown And Where The Blame Falls
The 2008 Meltdown And Where The Blame Fall
The  2008  Meltdown  And  Where  Blame  Falls  forbes 
16 days ago by kilroy2
How judges added to the grim toll of opioids
In case after case, U.S. judges sealed evidence about the risks - the result of a lethal secrecy that Reuters found shrouds many product-liability cases.
system  adict  drugs  opioids  prescription  blame  fuckers 
22 days ago by xer0x
ImperialViolet - Cryptographic Agility
"Law of the Internet: blame attaches to the last thing that changed"

"There's a lesson in all this: have one joint and keep it well oiled."
agl  imperialviolet  design  blame  oil 
5 weeks ago by mjs
Integrate, migrants are told. But can they ever be good enough for the likes of Blair? | Aditya Chakrabortty | Opinion | The Guardian
The question is how far Britain is willing to change its ideas of Britishness to accommodate all the millions of people who have so much to give it. But to do that, the pundits must stop treating the white working class as if it is one fused-together identity, ignoring the reality that in many parts of our cities the working class is not white at all, from the security guards who mind the offices to the cleaners who come after dark.

The politicians should stop nodding at racists and their “legitimate grievances”. Stop seeing people from ethnic minorities for what they are, and finally see them for who they are.
BlairTony  immigration  migrants  integration  racism  blame  UK  dctagged  dc:creator=ChakraborttyAditya 
12 weeks ago by petej
Theresa May has trashed our democracy and put MPs in danger | Lisa Nandy | Opinion | The Guardian
Yesterday in parliament I spent several hours, with my colleague Gareth Snell, trying to reassert those principles of democracy and find a route through this nightmare, by guaranteeing a role for parliament in the next stages of Brexit negotiations; we were trying to ensure that once the withdrawal agreement is passed we end this desperate tug of war and begin the messy, hard business of compromise and the search for common ground. A few hours later, the prime minister stood up inside No 10 Downing Street and trashed our democracy. She is not fit to be prime minister, does not deserve the support of MPs, and she will not get it.
UK  EU  Brexit  MayTheresa  DowningStreet  speech  intransigence  blame  Parliament  threats  discourse  democracy  populism  LabourParty  dctagged  dc:creator=NandyLisa 
march 2019 by petej

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