Each week, we partner with Breaking Points to review some of The Daily Poster’s most impactful efforts. In this week’s discussion with Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti, David Sirota discusses how big business has successfully used all-expense-paid “law and economics” conferences to indoctrinate a generation of U.S. judges, and how this influence may impact a new, landmark Supreme Court case that could hobble the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to regulate emissions.
We send out the clip of these discussions once a week. You can also find Breaking Points’ YouTube channel here.
This collaboration adds to our partnerships with Jacobin, Newsweek, The Guardian, The Hill, The American Prospect, The Intercept, and Earther. All of these partnerships help defray the costs of doing our labor-intensive investigations, allow our work to have wider distribution and a bigger impact, and add to the movement to build an independent, non-corporate media.
This newsletter relies on readers pitching in to support our journalism. If you like this story, please support The Daily Poster's work.
Only paid subscribers can comment. Please subscribe or sign in to join the conversation.