Divestment festivals, World Cup conscription and the feuding Rothschildren + this day in history w/the final Floyd and our song of the day by Smashing Pumpkins on your Morning Monarchy for July 2, 2018.
from reuters.com: Disagreement over how to regulate the booming market for electronic cigarettes is holding up a deal on strict new rules governing tobacco products in the European Union, diplomats said on Monday. In talks
from theatlantic.com: If the Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) is placing ads attacking Mayor Bloomberg’s proposal to limit the size of soft drinks to 16 ounces, he must have done something right. CCF…is used as
from brasschecktv.com: All over the country, major cities are banning the feeding of homeless people. The excuses they use to ban the feeding of the poor range from assessing the nutritional content of donated food
from ny1.com: Governor Andrew Cuomo isn’t the only elected official opposed to fingerprinting food stamp recipients. Public Advocate Bill de Blasio is joining a list of opponents who want the practice banned. De Blasio calls
from nytimes: Taking aim at a practice she called unnecessary, costly and punitive, the speaker of the City Council, Christine C. Quinn, is asking the Bloomberg administration to justify requiring applicants for food stamps to