Monday, 29 June 2015



Tunisia Death Toll To Reach 30 Britons As May Defends Foreign Office Against Criticism"the Foreign Office ..was heavily criticised for its handling of the aftermath of the Tunisian massacre."
Only by complete idiots and those driven irrational with fear or grief. I would like to know what these critics (especially those who are members of the press) have done to identify the bodies and communicate with the bereaved.


Women's World Cup Article Mocked For Saying Playing Football Isn't 'A Woman's Place'And their mocking is news because....?
     Oh, because it is a let's-you-and-him-fight story that is so easy to write and it fans flames to help set our fellow citizens at each others throats. OK, Got it.



The moral crusade against Greece must be opposed
“We never had any accountability in the first place, sucker.”
Sounds like a good summary of the Greek position on their debts, but I do like Zoe's new narrative: those who lent money money to the Greek government are inferior because they stupidly thought they would be paid back. Or as Zoe puts it:
"....the returns on debt exist because of the risk that the money might be lost, and creditors have their own moral duty to accept losses when they arise..."


Governor Says Puerto Rico's Debts 'Not Payable'
Another Greece, or just a Detroit?

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