Tag Archives: Jeffrey Epstein

Catching up with the death of QEII

From Harper’s Weekly Review, a number of things that happened, some of which we all knew but some of which I’ll bet you didn’t. I didn’t. So you don’t get lost in the mass of stuff, I’m doing some bolding: … Continue reading

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Every once in a while, do you think about Jeffrey Epstein? I do

From Harper’s Weekly Review: The CEO of Barclays, who once cut his bonus and was fined when it was discovered that he was attempting to identify a whistleblower who wrote a letter of “concerns of a personal nature” about a … Continue reading

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Big sigh: the Matt Gaetz story

Oh, I so don’t want to do this. And I didn’t. Not really. It’s Harper’s in its Weekly Review that ran the whole story with all of its roots and shoots and craziness. I confess having had problems following the … Continue reading

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