I was thinking of posting this a couple of days ago, but didn’t, and then Krugman used the opening lines to open his column this morning, so I decided that I would put it up. Not completely germane to the present occurrences in New York and elsewhere, but close enough. This version of For What It’s Worth, was on the Smothers Brothers Show. You’ll have to excuse the attempt at humor in part of it. It does appear to be live, and it’s a kick seeing young versions of Stephen Stills and Neal Young.
So that was dedicated to the kids. This is dedicated to the press. Hard finding a live version of this, but I managed to do it.
Finally, a little video of the students, faculty and workers at NYU parading down a street in New York, sans permit and apparently sans arrests. Why I am I showing this in particular? Because, if you could zoom in on the very beginning of this mass, you would see my son, leading the charge after having organized it, along with a couple of his friends.