Tag Archives: The New Yorker

What a horrible person! Eugene Scalia

Must say I’d never paid any attention to Eugene Scalia, son of Antonin, even when Trump made him Secretary of Labor. Trump introduced us to so many horrible people, one or two slipped through the cracks of my focus, until … Continue reading

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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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