This story is falling through the cracks and it shoudn’t be.
Remember everyone; when other candidates take money, it’s a bribe. When Trump takes the funds it won’t be a bribe. Trump will demand to be treated by the special snowflake rules he lives by.
An examination of U.N. and Chinese trade data reveals that exports to North Korea of products including cars, tobacco, laptops, cellphones and domestic electrical appliances all increased significantly over the past five years.—Luxuries Flow Into North Korea - WSJ.com
The Wall Street Journal is now admitting that we are in a liquidity trap. This is something the Keynesian have been saying for the past two and a half years. At that same time; the Journal Op-Ed pages have been warning about inflation and interest rates while hyping gold.
In a probe that offers a new twist to Apple’s struggle with the music industry over the pricing of songs at the iTunes Music Store, New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer has launched an investigation into price collusion for online music downloads.
While I’m a fan of iTunes, I’ve never been a big fan of the Apple music store. The Apple DRM is annoying. It requires you to authorize computers to play a file, even when the file is shared via iTunes streaming. And even though they track purchases, you can’t reload a file lost to disk error or accidental deletion. So I am glad that someone is investigation something about on line music sales. For one thing, I’d like the cost breakdown to be known. And I’d like small labels to have more access to the music store.