Tag Archives: The New Yorker

Fascinating research on disinformation: who buys into it?

I’m a bit behind in my New Yorkers. Last night, I got to The September 14th issue, in which an article by Joshua Yaffa,”Believe It Or Not: How concerned should we be about online Russian manipulation?” grabbed my full attention. … Continue reading

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What is money laundering and how does it work?

Many years ago, I asked an erudite friend to elucidate me on money laundering. I didn’t understand how it worked. He explained. I still didn’t get it. So I’m grateful to Adam Davidson who’s writing a series of articles for … Continue reading

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So what’s been going on in our government?

Last night I read Evan Osnos’s May 21 New Yorker horror story, “Only the Best People: Donald Trump’s war on the ‘deep state.’” (Trump playing golf in the swamp is the cover illustration.) It’s required reading. No, let me put … Continue reading

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