How to tell if your cat is sick

#EndOil isn’t putting investors off oil and gas shares

Thomas Piketty finally made a positive contribution to public policy debates

From http://piketty.pse.ens.fr/files/Piketty2018.pdf

Crazy Bernie would have you believe the American criminal justice is getting more racist by the day

From https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2015/06/16/the-stale-statistic-that-one-in-three-black-males-has-a-chance-of-ending-up-in-jail/?utm_term=.defae8f442b1

But @jamespeshaw does know how little the cost of #globalwarming is to #NewZealand

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Is gambling in the genes?

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How To Go Paleo – Ultra Spiritual Life episode 54

Three Highlights from Recently Declassified Materials on Soeharto’s Last Year

The Indonesia Documentation Project yesterday released a wealth of recently declassified documents on Soeharto’s last year in office and the collapse of the New Order regime. As always, these documents are a treasure trove of information, but this release is of particular interest to me because they cover the Asian Financial Crisis, economic reform, the fall of Soeharto, and key personalities in Indonesian politics today like Prabowo Subianto.

Here are my three top highlights.

Prabowo on Politics, and the Military, and Soeharto

This document contains a report of a meeting between Assistant Secretary of State Stanley Roth and Prabowo Subianto, who was then Soeharto’s son-in-law and a rising power in the Indonesian military. He recently ran for president, coming in second, and will run again in 2019. At this meeting, Roth and Prabowo discussed the future of Indonesian politics and the military’s role in it, and Prabowo…

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Bryan Caplan on The Case Against Education

Does @NZTreasury use disaggregated staff turnover rates to set pay? @TaxpayersUnion @EricCrampton

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