- The Globe and Mail: In the U.S. and Canada, the founders always feared a Trump
- 1843: Bet on Trump to Ease the Stress
This wager would act as insurance, or an “emotional hedge”. If Trump triumphs at the polls, then at least your bank balance will get a (temporary) boost. And if he loses, then the relief should dominate any feelings of regret.
- Foreign Policy: These 1-Star Yelp Reviews of Embassies Make Us Question the Future of Diplomacy
I really really advise you to avoid Canada all together.
- New York Times: A Little-Noticed Fact About Trade: It’s No Longer Rising
- Washington Post: Is Hillary Clinton the ‘most experienced’ presidential candidate in history?
- Financial Post: Watch Dogs 2 illustrates why we should be talking about big data’s impact on our lives
- FiveThirtyEight: The Cubs Have A Smaller Chance Of Winning Than Trump Does
- AFP: China’s ‘monkey king’ picks Trump as next US president
The Monkey King has decided; you can just stay home Tuesday.
- #fridayreads: The Moral Economy: Why Good Incentives Are No Substitute for Good Citizens, Samuel Bowles