Favorites May 30th 2022
A lot of people shared this over the last two days. One choice quote: "But a weak government is often an end, not an accident. Lindsey’s argument is that to fix state capacity in America, we need to see that the hobbled state we have is a choice and there are reasons it was chosen. Government isn’t intrinsically inefficient. It has been made inefficient. And not just by the right"
Presumably these casualty numbers are proportional to enlistment numbers, but either way it looks bad.
You probably can't just push it in one direction either, gotta get it properly bouncing around.
Sofia Horta e Costa @SofiaHCBBGChinese corporates and households are still very reluctant to borrow. Sentiment is a tricky thing to change, no matter how much stimulus you promise https://t.co/LgIdP8HGtr
Hard to improve consumer sentiment when whole cities are still locked down.
• Thread about the US Real Estate market. TL;DR: it's not quite on fire the way it was 6 months ago.
• Super interesting thread comparing the multiple launch rocket systems the US is likely to give Ukraine to the ones the Russians use.