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  • Hillary Clinton's attacks on Tulsi Gabbard are embarrassing
  • Hillary Clinton's attacks on Tulsi Gabbard are embarrassingIt?s sad that instead of doing something useful with her post-political career, Clinton has decided to lob ludicrous accusations at younger Democrats?Even though Gabbard may be a flawed messenger, the message itself is correct: we no longer need to hear what Hillary Clinton thinks about anything.? Photograph: Richard Drew/APHillary Clinton has kept a relatively low profile since her embarrassing 2016 election defeat, popping up only occasionally to make out-of-touch elitist comments that confirm why she lost. So it was somewhat surprising to hear her weigh in on the 2020 Democratic primary with a truly bizarre comment about (of all people) Tulsi Gabbard.Clinton accused the Hawaii congresswoman of being groomed by outside forces, saying: ?I think they?ve got their eye on somebody who is currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate ? She?s the favorite of the Russians.? There is some dispute about whether Clinton meant it was the Russians or Republicans who were pushing a third-party Gabbard candidacy, but a Clinton spokesman asked about the comments replied ?if the nesting doll fits?, clearly implying it was dastardly Russians.Gabbard immediately hit back hard, calling Clinton (accurately) ?the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic party for so long?. While hosts of The View backed up Clinton, calling Gabbard a ?useful idiot?, others such as the Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and South Bend?s mayor, Pete Buttigieg, suggested that Clinton ought to have had some evidence before implying something so outrageous about a Democratic elected official.But it was typical Clinton. Paranoia about Russian influence has been ubiquitous among the Clinton set since 2016, in part because it helps to explain how the loss to Donald Trump wasn?t really Clinton?s fault. Liberals in the media like Rachel Maddow openly admit to having an obsession with Russia, and end up seeing the hands of Vladimir Putin on everything. Clinton herself has had trouble coming to terms with her loss. Even though accounts from inside the campaign confirm that Clinton barely knew why she was running for president, couldn?t craft any kind of message, and made laughably overconfident decisions about where to campaign, her campaign memoir was less a mea culpa than a j?accuse. It pointed fingers at Sanders and James Comey, and ended up sounding a lot like the Onion?s parody title: We All Made Mistakes But You Made Most Of Them.Years later, Clinton has learned seemingly nothing. Elsewhere on the podcast episode in which she made the accusations against Gabbard, Clinton blames fake news, foreign interference and voter suppression for undermining democracy and keeping Democrats out of power. Those are factors, but the big one is the one that Gabbard herself identified: the ?rot that has sickened the Democratic party for so long?. Clinton practiced a corrupting and duplicitous form of politics that made many would-be Democratic voters feel completely unrepresented by the party. But instead of spending her time in the woods doing some soul-searching, Clinton has evidently spent it cooking up new conspiracy theories about the all-powerful Putin.Tulsi Gabbard is completely right about what Clinton represents. Clinton was the Democratic party at its absolute worst: pro-war, pro-Wall Street, self-enriching, inept, devoid of any transformative vision and contemptuous of ordinary people. It?s very clear that Sanders would have been the smart choice in 2016, and Gabbard was one of the few Democratic officials to recognize that at the time and endorse him. Actually, that was courageous of her ? most Democratic officials, even those whose politics should have aligned them more closely with Sanders than Clinton, were too timid to buck the establishment and risk their career by potentially getting on the wrong side of an incoming Clinton administration.That?s not to say that Gabbard herself should be the future of the Democratic party. Far from it: while Gabbard has made a big deal of her anti-war stance, she has embraced the vicious Indian nationalist prime minister, Narendra Modi, and been far more hawkish and softer on torture than she would like progressive voters to believe. Her willingness to criticize the ?rot? in her own party may make Gabbard a refreshing presence on the debate stage, but no serious leftist can support someone who spent the Obama years echoing Republican talking points about ?radical Islam?. She?s still no ?useful idiot?, and even with her flaws she is preferable to truly intolerable candidates like Buttigieg and Joe Biden. If we were (God forbid) somehow faced with the choice between Tulsi Gabbard and Amy Klobuchar, the country would be far better off in Gabbard?s hands.Even though Gabbard may be a flawed messenger, the message itself is correct: we no longer need to hear what Hillary Clinton thinks about anything. Her kind of politics is, thankfully, a relic of history, and we have moved on. It?s sad that instead of doing something useful with her post-political career, Clinton has decided to lob ludicrous, borderline defamatory, accusations at younger Democratic women who were less wrong than Clinton was about dozens of issues. Fortunately, hardly anybody is listening any more. * Nathan Robinson is the editor of Current Affairs and a Guardian US columnist


  • Silicon Valley CEOs Appear to Have Chosen Their 2020 Candidate
  • Silicon Valley CEOs Appear to Have Chosen Their 2020 Candidate(Bloomberg) -- The technology industry is looking for something different in a president in 2020. And it appears Pete Buttigieg is their candidate.While Joe Biden and Senator Elizabeth Warren are topping national polls in the contest for the Democratic Party?s nomination, California?s deep-pocketed Silicon Valley is donating to the 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, Indiana over the former vice president by a 5-to-1 margin.?Pete is a clean slate for the party in ways Biden can?t be,? said Cyrus Radfar, a 35-year-old technology entrepreneur and Democratic donor. ?There?s new life and new energy that Pete brings, especially as the base of the Democratic Party is getting younger. I think he?s going to be on the national stage for a long time.?Buttigieg has staged a fundraising blitz in posh Northern California communities, holding events hosted by technology executives such as Netflix Inc. Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings, Nest Labs home-automation company co-founder Matt Rogers, and Chelsea Kohler, director of product communications at Uber Technologies Inc., among others.Were he to win, Buttigieg would not only be the youngest president, but also the first openly gay one. While he is successfully raising money, Buttigieg has struggled until recently to enter the top tier of candidates nationally.But there are signs that he could be a moderate voter?s alternative to Biden. While raising money in California, Buttigieg is campaigning heavily in Iowa, and it appears both efforts are paying off. A USA Today/Suffolk University poll of likely Iowa caucus goers put Buttigieg just behind Biden and Warren for the first time. Biden had 18% support, Warren 17% and Buttigieg 13%.Millennial voters in the tech industry say they appreciate that Buttigieg?s liberal policies seem grounded in reality and recognize ?a cutthroat world,? as Elizabeth Moran, 28, put it at a debate watch party in Silicon Valley?s Sunnyvale. Moran, who works at Poshmark, a social commerce platform, said she likes Buttigieg?s grasp of economics.?Well-educated recognizes well-educated,? Moran said, adding that Buttigieg could have come to Silicon Valley after graduating from Harvard as many Ivy League graduates do.In other words, in their eyes, Buttigieg is like them.?There?s a big move on the Democratic side to more heavily regulate tech, and that hasn?t been part of Buttigieg?s message,? said Raphael Sonenshein, executive director of the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at California State University, Los Angeles. ?His message is consistent with innovation and forward-looking technology. He has not given the impression that he would threaten their interests.?While he hasn?t said much about competition and antitrust, Buttigieg has focused on improving regulations as opposed to breaking up big tech.?We?re going to need to empower the FTC to be able to intervene, including blocking or reversing mergers, in cases where there?s anti-competitive behavior by tech companies,? he said in a CNN town hall in April, referring to the Federal Trade Commission.Buttigieg was his high school?s valedictorian and went on to Harvard, where he befriended two roommates of future Facebook Inc. CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and was one of the first 300 users on the social media platform. He was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, joined McKinsey & Co. as a consultant, and volunteered for Barack Obama?s tech-savvy 2008 presidential campaign before joining the U.S. Navy Reserve and serving in Afghanistan.His relationship with Zuckerberg persisted. Zuckerberg, 35, visited South Bend in 2017 while doing research for his philanthropic organization, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, and got a personal tour from Buttigieg. That relationship lasted into this year, when Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, recommended two people that Buttigieg ultimately hired for his campaign. Ben LaBolt, a spokesman for Zuckerberg and Chan, said the couple hasn?t yet decided whom to support for president.The Golden StateCalifornia voters have an unusually large influence in choosing the party?s nominee this cycle. The state primary next year is in March instead of its previous June slot and its donors contributed 1 of every 5 dollars raised by the party?s presidential candidates in the first six months of this year, data from the Center for Responsive Politics show.Buttigieg is second only to home-state senator Kamala Harris in the percentage of his campaign money that comes from California. Harris got 45% of her donations from Californians, Buttigieg got 22%.Harris, who was the state?s attorney general, raised $1 million from California lawyers, more than twice as much as any other candidate. She was also the top recipient of donations from employees of the entertainment industry. But California employees of tech companies, including giants like Facebook, Amazon.com Inc. and Microsoft Corp., backed Buttigieg more than any other candidate.Silicon Valley bundlers -- fundraisers who gather money from numerous employees of a firm -- have raised concerns about both Warren and Senator Bernie Sanders, who are relying primarily on small-dollar contributions from online donors.Warren is particularly thorny for the tech industry. She has vowed that she will not meet with big donors who want to ?buy access? -- and perhaps more troubling for them, has promised to break up big technology companies. Some technology workers are contributing to Warren and Sanders, but few are writing the $2,800 checks that Buttigieg and Biden are relying on, likely because they?ve been quieter on the question of how to handle big tech.Buttigieg is positioning himself as a younger alternative to 76-year-old Biden. Like Biden, he has not embraced the progressive wing?s Medicare for All, instead proposing government-run health care ?to those who want it,? without eliminating private insurance.In other areas, he hasn?t taken many unique stances, but his Midwestern and military background seeps into some plans. An issue page on his campaign website is simply called ?Unleash rural opportunity,? and he has proposed eliminating some student debt in exchange for national service.Paul Holland, a California venture capitalist and fundraiser for Hillary Clinton?s 2016 campaign, said he believes a moderate has the best chance of winning. In his circles, Biden hasn?t attracted the same kind of enthusiastic support that other candidates have.?It?s Mayor Pete and Cory Booker who are getting most of the attention,? he said.Buttigieg himself drew the contrast between his candidacy and Biden?s during a Marin County event.?Every time we?ve won in our party it?s been with a candidate with new ideas, who hasn?t been on the scene for too long,? Buttigieg said. ?That?s what works. Also, Americans are most likely to support the opposite of what?s in the Oval Office.?Among Buttigieg?s donors are Ron Conway, an investor who has guided San Francisco mayors to back tech-friendly policies; Scott Belsky, the chief product officer and executive vice president at Adobe Inc.; Tony Xu, CEO of Doordash Inc.; David Marcus, the head of Facebook?s Libra cryptocurrency project and Wendy Schmidt, wife of former Google CEO Eric Schmidt.Buttigieg?s fundraising has been prodigious, but he?s still behind in national polls. He stands at just 5% in the RealClearPolitics national average, compared with 26% for Biden. And that raises pragmatic questions about who can win the Democratic nomination.?Even with his flaws, Biden is the guy who?s probably going to satisfy the moderates,? Holland said.To contact the reporters on this story: Bill Allison in Washington DC at ballison14@bloomberg.net;Jeffrey Taylor in San Francisco at jtaylor184@bloomberg.net;Sophie Alexander in San Francisco at salexander82@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Wendy Benjaminson at wbenjaminson@bloomberg.net, Peter EichenbaumFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


  • CORRECTED-Security forces arrest 31 cartel suspects in raid on Mexico City drug labs -authorities
  • CORRECTED-Security forces arrest 31 cartel suspects in raid on Mexico City drug labs -authoritiesSecurity forces arrested 31 suspected cartel members on Tuesday in a raid on a warren of clandestine tunnels and alleged drug laboratories in Mexico City, authorities said. Government officials said dozens of police and security force members swooped down on buildings in the central Tepito neighborhood of Mexico City, long known for its contraband activity. Videos on Twitter purportedly of the raid showed soldiers in battle gear brandishing assault rifles alongside armored vehicles and police trucks blocking an intersection and highway before dawn.


  • Kim orders South's buildings at resort in North be destroyed
  • Kim orders South's buildings at resort in North be destroyedNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordered the destruction of South Korean-made hotels and other tourist facilities at the North's Diamond Mountain resort, apparently because Seoul won't defy international sanctions and resume South Korean tours at the site. Pyongyang's official Korean Central News Agency said Wednesday that Kim had visited the resort and described its facilities as "shabby" and lacking national character.


  • An Air France flight was forced to turn back in midair when staff found an unattended cellphone that wasn't claimed by any of the passengers
  • An Air France flight was forced to turn back in midair when staff found an unattended cellphone that wasn't claimed by any of the passengersAir France flight 136 to Chicago from Paris landed at Ireland's Shannon Airport, where the police scanned a cellphone found on board.


  • Ryse: Son of Rome - Damocles Trailer
  • Take a look at the legend of Damocles, a Roman centurion who was betrayed and murdered at the hands of corrupt Roman generals, and then returns from the underworld to seek vengeance.

  • Dragon's Dogma à la chasse au reptile
  • Dragon's Dogma nous offre un instant Monster Hunter avec cet affrontement homérique face à un gros cracheur de feu. Est-il encore besoin de le préciser, l'Action-RPG de Capcom sortira en Europe le 25 mai prochain.
  • Assassin's Creed III aussi sur Wii U
  • Tout à sa joie de dévoiler les premières infos sur Assassin's Creed III, Ubisoft confirme le développement du jeu sur Wii U, au même titre que les versions Xbox 360, PS3 et PC. L'éditeur précise que le jeu est en développement depuis trois ans, avec une capacité de production deux fois supérieure à celle des précédents volets ; si Ubisoft Montréal pilote le projet, six autres studios internes sont mis...
  • Halo 4 : 343 présente le multi
  • Après les images publiées en matinée, Microsoft nous offre cette vidéo making-of de Halo 4 réalisée au sein de 343 Industries. Le studio revient sur l'élaboration de ce nouvel épisode, les motivations induites par le scénario tout en présentant au passage quelques-unes des cartes multijoueur. Rouges contre bleus, le conflit séculaire se poursuivra cette année sur Xbox 360, puisque le jeu est normalement prévu pour 2012.
  • Zoom : Assassin's Creed III
  • Réveillés en sursaut il y a quelques jours par la simple annonce de la date de sortie du tant désiré troisième épisode, les fans d'Assassin's Creed sont depuis lors pendus aux lèvres d'Ubisoft, dans l'attente d'informations sur le nouveau chapitre d'une des plus importantes sagas de cette génération. L'heure est donc enfin venue de lever le voile sur Assassin's Creed III, de découvrir l'identité de son héros et, surtout, l'époque...
  • PS+ : Journey avancé d'une semaine
  • Prévu pour le 14 mars, Journey sera disponible une semaine plus tôt pour les titulaires d'un compte PlayStation Plus. Sony Computer Entertainment annonce ainsi la sortie du jeu en téléchargement dès ce mercredi sur PS3, mais uniquement réservée aux quelques privilégiés ayant souscrit un abonnement payant. Une façon comme une autre de pousser les plus impatients au crime. Pour rappel, notre galerie d'images est consultable ici .
  • Test : SSX (Xbox 360)
  • Quand on y pense, les grandes séries de snowboard sur consoles se sont succédées comme des empires. Chaque machine a eu son ère de règne et son cador. On se souvient de Cool Boarders sur PSone, du fantastique 1080° Snowboarding sur Nintendo 64, puis de Amped, la petite claque graphique de l'époque sur Xbox et enfin de SSX, l'extravagant, génération PS2. Mais depuis SSX Blur en 2007, aucun titre n'a...
  • Les sorties jeux vidéo de la semaine
  • Gamekult dresse la liste des titres qui sortiront cette semaine, que ce soit en magasin ou en téléchargement. Cet article récapitulatif est destiné à donner une vue d'ensemble des titres prévus en France sur les diverses plateformes. On espère que vous apprécierez cette autre façon de naviguer dans les jeux qui font l'actualité.