Apparently, Fidelity shareholders think genocide is awesome

At least that’s the most democratic way of looking at this: Shareholders of two more Fidelity Funds have voted on a proposal by activist group, Investors Against Genocide to stop investments in companies linked to genocide, the Wall Street Journal reports. Shareholders of the $41.2 billion Magellan...

In a Corner of the World Nobody Cares About

When I was young, I didn’t understand war. I knew that war could make you dead, and that I didn’t want to be dead, at least not until I was old and preferably so mentally addled that I didn’t understand that death was happening to me. So, from that standpoint, I didn’t understand...