Reading – 5/22/12

1.  I concur with David R. Dow’s analysis of the Trayvon Martin situation.  Leaving the personal elements of this tragedy aside, there is something unsettling about Florida’s departure from 1200+ years of common law on self-defense.

2.  Yves Smith discusses how to fix the nexus between the broad version of banking and the government.

3.  Sullivan has more truthy-sounding analysis of Romney’s persona through a Mormon-like lense.  (Sully’s “Mormon friend” sounds a lot like everyone’s “black friend” sometimes, but how much original research could that guy have time to do?)

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