The New Oil Cartel Threatening OPEC | OilPrice.com

Irina is a writer for the U.S.-based Divergente LLC consulting firm with over a decade of experience writing on the oil and gas industry. via Pocket
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The 21st Century has not been the American Century – MarketWatch

The 21st century has not been kind to America. It began with our country being the world’s unquestioned economic, military and cultural power. We were sure of ourselves, confident, and feared nothing or no one. via Pocket
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The Martha’s Vineyard crowd strikes back at Alan Dershowitz for his defenses of Trump – The Boston Globe

For years, former Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz and some of his high-profile pals have spent summer afternoons opining on the porch at the Chilmark General Store on Martha’s Vineyard. Not this summer, and maybe never again. via Pocket
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What if We Treated Public Schools as Monopolies? – Foundation for Economic Education

Many of my friends who defend public education are also the political type who are very worried about monopolies. They often point to the damage that companies with large market shares—think Amazon, Wal-Mart, and Google—can do. via Pocket
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How happiness in marriage changes over time — Quartz

Every marriage is many marriages. A relationship feels different when experienced in different life stages, or when viewed through the eyes of one partner or another. via Pocket
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How Do You Pack for a Yearlong Trip? – The New York Times

Our 52 Places Traveler has spent the past five months on the road figuring out how to answer that question. Here are her most important takeaways on packing and prepping for long-term solo travel. via Pocket
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DealBook Business and Policy

If some financial institutions had used blockchains before the last recession, we may not have had one. After all, banks sometimes didn’t know which company’s books held bad mortgages, and a blockchain is essentially a single time-stamped ledger transparent to all its users. via Pocket
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From Muji to Ikea: Why the best retailers think like UX designers

Imagine walking into a store and finding a fitting room full of outfits curated just for you–items you reserved online, and a few chosen for you based on what you’ve bought in the past. via Pocket
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Democrats’ “Abolish ICE” Demands: No Immigration Enforcement | National Review

Happy Fourth of July midweek! The Morning Jolt will return Thursday. via Pocket
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Michael Moore’s False Immigration Claims on “Colbert” | National Review

In an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Thursday night, leftist filmmaker Michael Moore falsely claimed that minors apprehended crossing the border illegally are required to attend their immigration hearings without even a lawyer present. via Pocket
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