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02.26 DeVos to Conservative Conference: I Will Replace the Bush-Obama Failed Ideas with My Own Failed Ideas

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Health Care & Environment

02.27 TRUMPCARE VS. OBAMACARE

02.27 Only China Can Save the Planet [Republicans cede renewable energy dominance to China, as if only fossil energy has worth. Could they be more stupid?]

02.27 With Obamacare in jeopardy, California considers going it alone with 'single-payer' system [with population larger than Canada, California could achieve better single-payer efficiencies than Canada's, with even greater efficiency when more states join in a common insurance market]

02.26 Windfarms aren’t the real reason energy bills are rising. Blame the free market

02.26 Food aid from warehouse to plate: fighting South Sudan’s famine – in pictures

02.26 Scott Pruitt vows to slash climate and water pollution regulations at CPAC [another immoral idiot speaks]

02.25 Revealed: thousands of children at London schools breathe toxic air [you can't see the most dangerous pollution, the particles are too small which makes them dangerous]

02.24 OMG measurements of Greenland give us a glimpse of future sea rise

02.24 Dutch minister calls on UK to join safe abortion fund after Trump ban

02.23 BREAKING: Exxon to Leave Up to 3.6 Billion Barrels of Tar Sands/Oil Sands in the Ground [Yay!]

02.23 Lancet Study on Life Expectancy by 2030 Confirms Poor US Performance

02.23 Climate scientists face harassment, threats and fears of 'McCarthyist attacks' [sociopathic behavior...]

02.23 The Case for a Fracking Ban

News Media Matters

02.26 Spurned Reporters should dump Trump Briefings, turn to Investigative Journalism

02.26 Revealed: how US billionaire helped to back Brexit [and Trump] [at what point is the label "traitor" apropriate?]

02.25 Donald Trump press ban: Guardian, BBC and CNN denied access to briefing

Daily: FAIR Blog
The Daily Howler

US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

02.26 The Immigration Facts Donald Trump Doesn’t Like

02.26 'Incredibly Disappointing': Democrats Choose Tom Perez to Head Party [not changing is not the answer; can a party taking large campaign donations from healthcare companies ever support price-controlled single-payer?]

02.26 Trump national security adviser wants to avoid term 'radical Islamic terrorism', sources say [McMaster seems an unusually sane member of Trump's administration]

02.25 Wanted: Three Principled Republicans to Save America From Trump

02.25 REPUBLICANS ACCUSE VOTERS OF USING TOWN HALLS TO EXPRESS THEMSELVES

02.25 Resistance Recess Puts Congress on Notice for Supporting Trump’s Agenda

02.25 Steve Bannon: Trump is 'maniacally focused' on executing promises [videos; will increasingly unregulated and immoral capitalism save us?]

02.25 Donald Trump vows to 'get the bad people out' of US – as it happened

Justice Matters

02.26 The story of the week is Trump, Russia and the FBI. The rest is a distraction

02.26 Hate Crime Is Feared as 2 Indian Engineers Are Shot in Kansas [two foreigners walk into a red state bar...]

02.25 White House confirms conversation with FBI about Trump and Russia

High Crimes?
Economics, Crony Capitalism

02.25 Just as neoliberalism is finally on its knees, so too is the left

02.24 Michael Hudson: Why Failing to Solve Personal Debt and Polarization Will Usher in a New Dark Age

International

02.27 How Russia Is Using Oil Deals To Secure Its Influence In The Middle East [countries should get off of fossil fuels so the world can breathe]

02.27 Infographic: Here’s How the Global GDP Is Divvied Up

02.27 Twilight of the Technocrats? [caring for people and morals have to become prime factors!]

02.27 THE LONG HISTORY OF DEPORTATION SCARE TACTICS AT THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER [why can't we have altruistic policy to help people avoid becoming refugees? perhaps it is bad governments that should be helped...or punished. is U.S. drug policy the root problem?]

02.26 HOW PETER THIEL’S PALANTIR HELPED THE NSA SPY ON THE WHOLE WORLD [technology East Germany's STASI would have loved!]

02.25 CHINA’S NORTH KOREA PROBLEM

02.25 TRUMP, PUTIN, AND THE NEW COLD WAR

02.25 Marine Le Pen refuses to be questioned by French police

02.24 A Global Counter-Trump Movement Is Taking Shape

02.24 UN: $4.4bn needed to prevent 'catastrophe' of famine

02.24 Kim Jong-nam killed by VX nerve agent, say Malaysian police

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