"I intend to do what little one man can do to awaken the public conscience, and in the meantime I am not frightened by your menaces. I am not a giant physically; I shrink from pain and filth and vermin and foul air, like any other man of refinement; also, I freely admit, when I see a line of a hundred policeman with drawn revolvers flung across a street to keep anyone from coming onto private property to hear my feeble voice, I am somewhat disturbed in my nerves.You may check back on occasion as I sometimes add things during the day. I will put those additions at the top of the list.
But I have a conscience and a religious faith, and I know that our liberties were not won without suffering, and may be lost again through our cowardice. I intend to do my duty to my country."
Upton Sinclair, Letter to the Los Angeles Chief of Police, 17 May 1923
I am pleased to report that the "Links List" function in Google's Blogger is now repaired. I will return to using that format tomorrow.
Links for Today
Danger In Bank Accounts - Macleod
Walmart Customers Complain of Empty Shelves
Unemployment In Eurozone Reaches Record High
The Great Disconnect Between Paper and Physical Silver
Cyprus May Be Model For Future Bailouts - Der Spiegel
Cypriot Banks Write Off Loans to Politicians
Minimum Wage Should Be Substantially Raised, Not Cut in UK
Cypriots Feel Betrayed By European Union
Top Court In India Denies Novartis Patent
Global Drug Companies Will Try to Punish India - Baker
Why Was Paul Krugman So Wrong? - Nation
Shut Up Savers! - Surowiecki (disgraceful arrogance)
Bank of England Given Power to Regulate the City