Current Affairs

"Hillary may regret the debate challenge she offered Sanders over ‘artful smear’"

Oops.

She should have been more careful. Someone actually did find strong evidence that she changed a vote. . . . It was none other than Elizabeth Warren who raised the question in 2004 about Hillary switching positions on a bankruptcy bill that (in oversimplified terms) made it easier for credit card companies to collect debts owed to them by people who got in over their heads.


"Video: Hillary Clinton is finally confronted with her classified data non-disclosure agreement"

Jazz Shaw:

I almost feel sorry for Stephanopoulos at this point. It’s like trying to have an argument with Rainman about buying underwear. First you tell her that she signed an agreement saying that the information is classified whether it’s marked or not. She agrees with you, saying that’s exactly how she handled things. Then, literally two sentences later, she says, “there has to be some markings, some indication...” I’ve had arguments with my niece over whether or not she already ate one of the Christmas cookies where she made a more logical defense.


"Strategists: full of bull"

A look at the question, "where is the value in these [Wall Street] strategists' forecasts?"

We laboriously put together 186 public forecasts, culled from 19 years of media coverage of their “annual market call” story.  And the data, the lengthiest ever for this purpose, is now available for your own public consumption here

Short answer: the forecasts are pretty lousy.