Welcome to a New Planet: Climate Change, “Tipping Points” and the Fate of the Earth by Michael T. Klare for TomDispatch.
How the Trans-Pacific Partnership Threatens America’s Recent Manufacturing Resurgence by Alana Semuels for The Atlantic.
Harvard’s prestigious debate team loses to New York prison inmates by Laura Gambino for The Guardian.
10 Stories About Donald Trump You Won’t Believe Are True by Luke McKinney for Cracked.com. Donald Trump is notable not as a business success, but as a promoter with the ability to distract attention from failure.
Can Community Land Trusts Solve Baltimore’s Homelessness Problem? by Michelle Chen for The Nation. (Hat tip to Bill Harvey)
The Second Amendment’s Fake History by Robert Parry for Consortium News. (Hat tip to my expatriate e-mail pen pal Jack.)
The Afghan hospital massacre: Snowden makes a brilliant suggestion by Joseph Cannon for Cannonfire. Why does the United States not release the gunner’s video and audio?
Ask Well: Canned vs. Fresh Fish by Karen Weintraub for the New York Times. Canned fish is probably better. (Hat tip to Jack)
Shell Game: There Is No Such Thing as California ‘Native’ Oysters, a book excerpt by Summer Brennan in Scientific American. The true story behind Jack London and the oyster wars. (Hat tip to Jack)
Tags: Afghan Hospital Massacre, Baltimore, California Oysters, Canned Fish, Donald Trump, Edward Snowden, Harvard Debate Team, Harvard University, Homelessness, Prison Debate Team, Second Amendment, TPP, Trans Pacific Partnership