10 Sunday Reads

My easy like Sunday morning policy reads:

• Wall Street’s coronavirus panic means little for Americans without wealth to invest (USA Today)
• The police want your phone data. Here’s what they can get — and what they can’t. (Vox)
• GoodRx Saves Money on Meds—It Also Shares Data With Google, Facebook, and Others (Consumer Reports)
• Clearview AI:  The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It (New York Times)
• The Bible That Oozed Oil: A small Georgia town, a prophecy about Donald Trump, and the story of how a miracle fell apart. (Slate)
• Trump tightens his grip on intelligence (Politico)
• Why Are Nonprofit Hospitals So Highly Profitable? (New York Times) see also Why It’s So Hard to End Surprise Medical Bills (Center for Economic and Policy Research)
• Deliver Us, Lord, From the Startup Life: In the Midwest, Christian entrepreneurs are searching for relief from the corrosive grind of company-building—while some faith leaders preach the gospel of crushing it. (Wired)
• Let the Rule of Law Rule Law Enforcement: Reflections on the Current Attorney General’s Tenure (Just Security)
• With An Election On The Horizon, Older Adults Get Help Spotting Fake News (NPR)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Danielle DiMartino Booth, founder of Quill Intelligence, a research and analytics firm, and author of Fed Up: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America.


This chart is the best explanation of middle-class finances you will ever see

Source: Washington Post


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