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protected speech pursuant to the "inalienable rights"
of all men, and the First
(or even the Second)
Amendment to the Constitution
of the United States of America.
Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. He'll easily be confirmed.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry has been approved to serve as energy
secretary. Now if he can only remember where he works.
Shawn Vestal of the Spokesman-Review: Great
again, one act of citizenship at a time. Maybe this is how it becomes
great again. Citizens using their constitutional authority to gather and
In 2015, Jeff
Sessions pressed Sally Yates about whether she would be willing to stand
up to the president if he pursues policies or actions that don’t
appear lawful. Last night, Trump fired her for refusing to defend his
immigration executive order.
first step toward denying it ever happened. "The Nazis were broad
in their hatred, targeting Roma, gay people and disabled people, as well
as socialists, communists and many others. But any full account of the
Holocaust begins with the recognition that Jews were singled out for total
eradication. Why would the Trump White House be resistant to acknowledging
that uncontroversial fact?"
"It's becoming increasingly
clear that the aroma of bigotry infuses the whole operation, and anybody
who aligns too closely will end up sharing in the stench," David
Brooks writes in The New York Times.
SPOKANE, WASH. -- I'm especially
proud of my hometown today for taking action and giving voice to US
Constitution. First our state's attorney general took a public stand
vowing to challenge the constitutionality of any executive order which
targets Muslims. In rare form, my own city council signed an ordinance
refusing to implement any registration based on religion. Good to know
that even in this largely conservative and predominantly white region,
people can see such a registry for what it is -- a violation of
not convinced that the defense of the Executive Order is consistent with
these responsibilities nor am I convinced that the Executive Order is
Trump fires her.
Keith Olbermann: On behalf of
America, an apology.
state to sue over Trump's immigration order.
AN URGENT MESSAGE!
Trump removed the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Director of National Intelligence from the National Security Council. He replaced them with Steve Bannon. Bannon has no government, intelligence, or high-level military experience; his experience is leading a propaganda outlet (Breitbart News) that peddles nationalist and white nationalist viewpoints.
The Atlantic: How
to respond to Trump's betrayal of American values. "Either you
stand up for your principles and for what you know is decent behavior, or
you go down, if not now, then years from now, as a coward or opportunist.
Your reputation will never recover, nor should it."
says it's not a Muslim ban. But during the campaign he called for a
"total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United
Esquire: That time Keith
Richards nearly stabbed Donald Trump. Today's feel-good story.
CNN: Over the weekend,
the American Civil Liberties Union received 356,306 online donations totaling six
times as much as the ACLU typically receives in a year online. The
record surge in contributions came in response to Trump's executive order
suspending the U.S. refugee program and barring travelers from seven
predominantly Muslim countries.
USA Today: UK
petition against Trump visit gets more than one million signatures.
Bill Moyers: Trump
is turning American democracy into a demolition derby. "We're
gonna turn the Land of the Free into a giant muuuuuud pit!"
The Intercept: Obama
killed a 16-year-old American in Yemen. Trump just killed his 8-year-old
War on Terror framework continues to savage the world's poorest civilians.
Smithsonian: How the
Nothing Party reshaped American Politics: From xenophobia to
conspiracy theories, the movements effects are still felt today.
"Should I kill
myself, or have a cup of coffee?"
NY Mag: America
has never been so ripe for tyranny. That's what's scariest about
Russian Spy who was believed to be the primary source of intelligence
against Donald Trump in the recently leaked dossier was
found murdered in his car.
Federal judge puts a halt to Trump's Muslim ban. The ACLU hands him his first stinging rebuke.
Here's the petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus and Complaint for Injunctive Relief.
Lev. 19:34 "The foreigner residing among you must be
treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were
foreigners in Egypt. I am the LORD your God."
removes DNI and Chairman of Joint Chiefs from National Security Council;
adds Bannon, a legitimate neo-Nazi with no accountability.
"After a shameful
history, Congress outlawed discrimination against immigrants based on
national origin in 1965. That
means Trump's actions are illegal," writes David Bier, an
immigration policy analyst, in the New York Times.
immigration executive order even bans legal permanent US residents
(green card holders) and visa-holders from seven countries from
re-entering the United States.
who reject all refugees are "hypocrites," Pope Francis says.
barred citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US
for at least the next 90 days by executive order, which a senior White
House official said later Friday is likely just a first step toward
establishing a broader ban.
The fact sheet "Myths and Facts on Refugees, Migration, and Humanitarian Assistance" was removed from the State Department web site. It is still available in the Wayback Machine.
Smithsonian: The first moments of Hitler's Final Solution - and why it matters 75 years later.
Daily Beast: How
the Nazis took control of Germany: Hitler was not that popular when he
first took office, but the Nazis quickly changed that, for the simple
reason that power magnifies the ideas of those who hold it.
not just the Park Service: "Rogue" federal Twitter accounts
Lawrence O'Donnell: Trump's
first negotiation was a humiliation. Mexican President Peña Nieto's
decision to not attend a scheduled meeting with Trump over the border wall
is Trump's first humiliation on the global stage and sends a message to
other world leaders about future negotiations.
Seth Meyers: Trump's
false claims and executive orders.
Sacramento Bee: Calexit organizers are
collecting signatures to get California
secession on the ballot.
untangles Trump's business ties.
Your cheat sheet for executive
orders, memorandums and proclamations.
John Hurt, legendary British actor, dead at 77.
Here is Sir John Hurt in Krapp's
Last Tape, a Samuel Beckett play.
Hegel said there'd be days like this. There'd be days like
this oh Hegel said. Hegel said now.
Welcome to dystopia: George Orwell experts on Donald Trump.
George Orwell explains how "Newspeak" works, the official language of his totalitarian dystopia in the novel 1984. "It's a beautiful thing, the destruction of words..."
This guy's explanation is easier to grasp because he's not George Orwell.
1984 predicted Donald Trump and
The Independent: Trump
to publish weekly list of crimes committed by immigrants.
Corporate media looks
away as Trump
Era begins with arrests of journalists.
The Guardian: Burst your
bubble - Five
conservative articles critical of Trump.
Viceland: America's Far
White - Hate Thy Neighbor. Hard
to watch, but with a payoff at the end.
The Guardian: Five
conservative articles to read during Trump's first week.
doesn't surprise me at all that the market hit 20,000. I predict 30,000 by
Fourth-of-July. No more pesky EPA oversight or scientific criticism to
impede profit-making; reality-denying madmen at the highest levels of
government. Fascism is great for business in its early manifestations. Ask
Germany and Italy.
Guardian: Frightened by Trump? You
don't know the half of it. Many of his staffers are from an opaque
corporate misinformation network. We must understand this if we are to
have any hope of fighting back against them.
yesterday's date in history, Caligula, psychopathic emperor of Rome, who
sought to increase the personal power of the throne, who undertook
ambitious construction projects dedicated to himself, who led a life of
debauchery and incest, and who eventually thought himself to be a god, was
murdered by his own guards.
The Texan Tribune: Texans
in Congress offer scant support for full border wall. None of the 38
Texans in Congress offered a full-throated endorsement of a complete
Fair: In his first interview as president, Trump
The Week: Why
are Senate Democrats rolling over for Trump? They're acting like a
bunch of spineless jellyfish.
"It is vital to be clear about the fact that Trump is lying —
intentionally, deliberately and consistently — about so-called 'illegal'
Trump said he's asked people at "the highest level of intelligence," and they told him that torture "absolutely" works.
Spokane psychologist who designed CIA torture program agrees
with Trump that harsher interrogation techniques are needed.
Samantha Bee unloads on
Trump's surreal inaugural: Morning
to a gas bubble and a liquid lubricant, China's
future submarine could go the speed of sound.
book sales spike after US Presidential inauguration.
watchdog, the Economist Intelligence Unit, rules
that the US is not a full democracy anymore.
Trump said on Wednesday
he would seek
an investigation of what he believes was voter fraud in the November
election, despite overwhelming consensus among state officials,
election experts and politicians that voter fraud is rare in the United
To understand Trump's
erratic behavior, you
must understand his media addiction: He can't shut off the tele, and
it's worrying his aides.
Trump to sign executive orders restricting
immigration from Syria and six other Middle Eastern and African countries.
Trump to sign executive orders enabling
construction of proposed border wall and targeting sanctuary cities.
<--- As American as apple pie.
threatens to "send in the Feds" to Chicago. He warns of
dispatching federal authorities if the crime rate doesn't fall.
Trump orders USDA science researchers to stop publishing news releases, photos, fact sheets, news feeds, and social media content.
Trump bans Environmental Protection Agency employees from posting on social media and speaking to reporters.
The ACLU says this goes against the
basic notions of government transparency and accountability.
Chris Hedges: Revolt
is the only barrier to a fascist America.
Keith Olbermann: This
man is dangerous.
Do you really want to
experience the awesome level of brainwashing and ignorance that somehow
has occurred very recently in this country? Watch the
interview between Kellyanne Conway-Goebbels and Chuck Todd, then go
read the comments about the interview on this
Facebook post from Breitbart, that began with the teaser "Kellyanne
Conway just OBLITERATED Chuck Todd on 'Meet the Press'"
Politico: Trump is
expected to sign executive
actions to advance Keystone, Dakota Access pipelines.
Francis warns against leaders "like Hitler" in interview
given during Trump's inauguration.
Welcome to the Sexual
Innuendo Club. Thank you for coming.
Goebbels - meet the new boss. Watch
as Kellyanne Conway is asked by Chuck Todd of Meet the Press, why
Press Secretary Sean Spicer used his first appearance before the press to
dispute a minimal issue like the inauguration crowd size, and why he used
obvious falsehoods to do it. I dare you to watch it to the end. These
people are dangerous and need to be removed.
Oh yeah, and Trump
won't be releasing his tax returns, Kellyanne told George
And then this morning, Kellyanne
Conway-Goebbels tweeted another outright lie to try to soften the
press secretary's outright lie.
CSM: What Sean Spicer's
first news conference tells us about White
House relations under Trump.
lawyers to sue Trump over foreign payments they say violates the U.S.
vainglorious affront to the CIA: His remarks, delivered in front of a
hollowed memorial, stirred anger and astonishment among current and former
and vengeance of Donald Trump.
prelude to Trump's war on the free press: The Sundance documentary
"Nobody Speaks" chronicles how an angry billionaire was able to
take down the news site Gawker out of spite, providing a disturbing window
into our future.
Nation: Neo-Nazi Richard
Spencer got punched - you
can thank the Black Bloc.
Friday: For me, it was one of the darkest days in American history, where we allowed fascism to set its goosestep-yearning feet into the Oval Office. We all watched the Holy of Holies of American politics transgressed and polluted, leaving the country's freedom and liberty-loving people in a black depression, waiting for the Clown King to slaughter the prophetic pig.
Literally MILLIONS of people - primarily women - pour into the streets of
America and the world to show their opposition to the coronation of a true
sociopath. As my son insightfully and
inelegantly put it: "Imagine that. First day at your new job, and
like 5-6 million people show up to tell you you're a c---."
Not one to be upstaged by a bunch of chicks, Trump goes to CIA to attack media, lie about the crowd size at his inauguration, and suggest stealing Iraq's oil in a supremely bizarre speech.
“I love you. I respect
you. There's no one I respect more," said Trump, who just over a week ago likened CIA operatives to Nazi Germany for
their role in publicizing allegations that
Russian has compromising information on him.
Do the people who
criticize the "sucker punch" of neo-Nazi Richard Spencer also
think the people who planted the bomb under Hitler's desk "weren't
"President Trump, you have made a big mistake. By
trying to divide us up by race, religion, gender and nationality you have
actually brought us closer together. Black, white, Latino, Native American
and Asian American, gay or straight, male or female, native born or
immigrant we will fight bigotry and create a government based on love and
compassion, not hatred and divisiveness."
In first hour: Trump delivers "punch in the gut to middle class," suspends indefinitely a scheduled cut in mortgage insurance premiums.
Trump signs executive order targeting ObamaCare.
Civil rights, climate change, and Healthcare were all immediately
scrubbed from the White House website.
Even Bush was smart enough to take Gallagher-level protection against Trump's inaugural Hitlerian spew --->
The great Dan Rather on Trump's inauguration speech.
speech was Hitlerian."
arrest at least 217 in anti-Trump protests across Washington, DC.
Are Drudge polls merely the stained rags where the ill-informed publicly
masturbate their ignorance and racist-stained psyches? [My suggestion to
Drudge for his next poll question.]
It seems just a few
short years since I've gone from "Please be careful crossing the
street" to "Please try to avoid the riot police."
the video of white nationalist Richard Spencer getting punched in the
Five things Trump needs to remember to avoid a failed presidency.
Here's some stuff to read about our collapsing civilization instead of celebrating civilization's collapse at the inauguration:
The Guardian: An Indiana bill would allow police to shut
down protests "by any means necessary." Opponents argue that Senate
Bill 285 would give police power "even to the point of costing lives."
proposal would require assault rifle owners to obtain annual licenses
and complete a gun safety course.
Tom Price, Betsy DeVos
and Scott Pruitt "paraded across the screen in a cavalcade of
misstatements, lapses of judgment, conflicts of interest and from time to
time spectacular displays of ignorance and insensitivity," the Editorial
Board writes in the NYT opinion section.
The Week: The Trump
White House will be an
orgy of looting and corruption.
Remember: the hand is placed on the Bible, not thrust
Politico: By the time he
is sworn in tomorrow, Trump will have undergone a haunting rite of
classified briefing given to every incoming president that explains how he
can order a nuclear attack.
I finally got around to watch Frontline's "Divided
States of America. (Released Monday.) Part One and Two are now
Clown President: Matt Taibbi chronicles election of "billionaire
hedonist" Donald Trump on Democracy Now!.
Remember the guy who got
kicked out of the Spokane Starbucks for hitting on an underage girl? Spend
10 minutes with him in his kitchen.
"I ate between
battles, I slept among murderers, I was careless in loving and I looked
upon nature without patience. Thus the time passed which was given me on
Keillor is seeking a new religion for the Trump Era. "Too many of
my fellow Christians voted for degradation of the beautiful world God
Keith Olbermann: The
one crucial question Trump refuses to answer.
"We're living with exactly the kinds of injustices that lead to
carnival culture, and
we've crowned a fool king."
Tahlia Rubin, who I was
fortunate enough to work with in a number of Jesse
James Hennessy films, has
been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for South Africa to
begin training as a Community HIV Outreach Volunteer.
commutes sentence of Oscar Lopez Rivera, member of Puerto Rican
astonishing things Betsy DeVos said - and refused to say - at her
Betsy DeVos flunked her senate test.
More evidence that Groucho Marx is alive and in control of
world events: CNN
hires Rick Santorum as a contributor.
for one more, honey --->
NYT: Earth (the planet we're on) sets
a temperature record for the third straight year.
website gives Trump 4-1 odds of being impeached within six months.
There are also 5-1 odds of the golden shower video leaking.
"To argue with a
person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine
to the dead."
administration may evict the press from the White House. "They
are the opposition party," a senior official says. "I want 'em
out of the building. We are taking back the press room."
Trump to Europe: Drop dead. Politico
says Trump is a mortal threat to the Western alliance.
Democratic Senators voted against cheaper prescription drugs -
including our own Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell.
McMorris Rodgers booed during MLK speech in Spokane. People in the
crowd chanted "liar" and "save our health care."
And now the
US just sent 300 Marines to Norway, the first time since WWII that
foreign troops have been allowed to be stationed there, which irked
Norway's Arctic neighbor Russia.
Martin Luther King quotes the mainstream media won't cite.
Trump vows "insurance
for everybody" in replacing Obamacare, he said in an interview
with the Washington Post. He offers no details.
(goofy-haired) Turtle: Dr.
Seuss shows us how protest can sometimes topple a tyrant.
Internet Archive: What happens when a 140 lb. waterhog (whatever that is) meets
a river full of piranhas.
As a majority of the
country misses Obama, remember that in the last year, the US bombed seven
countries, three bombs and hour, 504 bombs a week, 26,172 bombs in total.
They called it
"Angel's Glow": Why
some Civil War soldiers glowed in the dark.
“A nation that
continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on
programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death.”
of Donald Trump's most
appalling moments this week.
And to make matters
worse (you know, all of them), we
just deployed 4000 troops to Poland, amid rising tensions with Russia.
nixes visit to black museum amid his torrent of disparaging tweets
about congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis. Officials say it's due
to "scheduling issues."
the illegitimate president now, Mr. Birtherism? Trump spent five years
trying to delegitimize Obama. Now he's taking office under a cloud of
suspicion, and only has himself to blame.
is patriotic. It's also a powerful antidote to propaganda.
With only days until
Trump takes office, the Obama
administration on Thursday announced new rules that will let the NSA
share vast amounts of private data gathered without warrant, court orders
or congressional authorization with 16 other agencies, including the
FBI, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Department of Homeland Security.
kinkiest world leaders: Dictators and deviant sex go together like
Russia and blackmail.
T-Day ticks down, I'm noticing how many Liberals and others who are
usually not prone to such propositions are finally considering the
worthiness of the "Good Man with a Gun" scenario.
Trump accused his political opponents, "both Democrats and
Republicans," for putting together a dossier of unverified claims
linking him to Russia and said the document was probably released by
fake news stories created or publicized by Donald Trump.
The Nation: His
testimony just disqualified him. Rex Tillerson is too conflicted, too
ill-prepared, and too disengaged to be seriously considered for the
position of secretary of state.
Trump has wrought.
S-R: Idaho Rep. Heather Scott is stripped of all committee
assignments in the Idaho House after she
publicly claimed that female House members get leadership positions only
if they "spread their legs."
Putin played the far Left. The Kremlin didn't just rely on the
alt-right to help Trump win.
happens next - and could Trump be impeached?
The Inlander: The
Landed and the White. "I can tell you that we will survive a
Trump presidency like the indigenous people of America have been surviving
presidents like his for 228 years."
North Idaho man falls
off roof and gets
stick stuck up butt. A disturbingly vague, tongue-in-cheek (!) article
from KREM news.
News isn't even trying to hide its neo-Nazi leanings anymore. Yesterday,
in a Facebook
post that praised the surge of France's far right-wing, nationalist,
Front Party, Breitbart used the teaser phrase "French Deplorables:
Your Turn," which equates America's "Deplorables" - a
tongue-in-cheek reference to Trump voters (via Hillary Clinton) - with the
French voters who are responsible for the popularity of the fascistic
Watch Marco Rubio ask Rex Tillerson, undoubtedly our next
Secretary of State, if Vladimir
Putin is a war criminal. Some people wear their corruption like
smeared-on war paint.
Esquire: Yesterday we saw a live performance from an aspiring American dictator.
Guardian: Trump's train wreck of a press conference ushers in a clueless presidency.
contradicts himself, and reality, at press conference.
NY Daily News' Shaun
integrity is so low that we believe most bad news about him by default.
Huffpost: Trump's purge
of non-loyalists takes shape.
Seattle Times: Congress
must investigate Russian disruption of US election
S-R's Shawn Vestal: Idaho's
Butch Otter's reefer madness needs a cure. He’s the only governor in
the nation to have vetoed a bill that would allow people to use
cannabidiol, or CBD, to treat inflammation, seizures, pain and other
symptoms of chronic illness.
Well, that would explain the orange hair ... Apparently
Urethra Franklin just agreed to perform at the Inauguration ... Tinkle,
Tinkle, Little Czar ... Mr. Trump would like to see you all in his room,
but first he wants to know if any of you ate asparagus today ... New
meaning to the Trickle Down Theory ... Maybe it's just yellow journalism
... Live streaming at its worst.
Here is the
full document of Trump intelligence allegations released by BuzzFeed.
Trump dossier: Russia
"has compromising material" on Trump. Live updates from The
Trump blasts intel agencies for "leak" (sorry). "Are we living in Nazi Germany?" he asks.
NYT: BuzzFeed posts unverified claims on Trump, stirring debate.
Seth Meyers interviews incoming White House counselor
Kellyanne Conway about the
In a Chicago farewell, Obama
warns of threats to democracy.
As the legend of SEAL Team 6 grew, a
rogue culture arose that operated outside of the Navy's established
dropped 26,171 bombs in 2016 - a bloody end to Obama's reign. Do you
suppose Trump will continue this legacy?
Henry Kissinger: Good or evil. Historians and Kissinger
in their two cents.
The bizarre and shameful history
of the lobotomy.
brief history of the Devil's tritone: This combination of tones has
led to some of the most chilling chords and melodies in music history.
This Russian obsession shows how
Trump will be undone.
fart scrolls: The images show people happily expelling their gasses at
cats, horses and each other.
attempted neo-Nazi takeover of a rural North Dakota town.
"This is not a new world, it is simply an extension of what began in the old one. It has patterned itself after every dictator who has ever planted the ripping imprint of a boot on the pages of history since the beginning of time. It has refinements, technological advances, and a more sophisticated approach to the destruction of human freedom. But like every one of the super-states that preceded it, it has one iron rule: logic is an enemy and truth is a menace ..."
Frankfurt School knew Trump was coming: With the election of Trump,
the latent threat of American authoritarianism - indentified decades ago
by German intellectuals - is on the verge of being realized.
You don't need newscasters to tell
you that gas prices are on the rise.
movies every English major should see at least once. (Or you could
read the book.)
the late chancellor, was only partly correct. He was obsolete.
But so is the State, the entity he worshiped. Any state, any entity, any
ideology that fails to recognize the worth, the dignity, the rights of
Man, that state is obsolete. A case to be filed under "M" for
Mankind—in The Twilight Zone."
will fight to keep the zombies, and film crews, interested in filming in
Washington, as state
incentives for film production, used by Spokane-based "Z
Nation," are set to expire.
Reuters: Putin personally ordered a campaign to
influence the 2016 election in favor of Trump.
terrifying thing that Trump did this week.
might end up loosing your health insurance, but it'll be replaced by a
series of tweets calling you a loser, so, there's that ...
to fall 15,000 feet, hit the ground, and survive.
Rolling Stone: John
Prine at 70 - Inside the songwriter's wild past, grounded present.
Edge asks scientists and
scientific term or concept ought to be more widely known?
Archives's Trump Archive launches today with more than 700 televised
speeches, interviews, debates, and other news broadcasts related to the
if a president loses control? What is the Constitutional remedy in the
case of imminent peril resulting from Presidential instability, or even
What you need to know about
English artist Francis Bacon.
lure of laudanum, the Victorians' favorite drug.
Christians who still
support Trump - help
me understand ... Donald Trump couldn’t even pass the basic
screening to volunteer in your church’s children’s ministry, but he
still receives your full Christian support as the president of the United
Playboy, yeah, for the
Easton Ellis on modern sexuality: a case study on nudity.
perplexing on so many levels: All
This and World War II - movie clips and war footage to a
Lennon/McCartney inspired soundtrack.
mystery of Spokane's
veiled in surrealism and absurdity.
IBM made a "crash
course" for the White House, and
it'll teach you all the AI basics.
Trump hires former "Apprentice" contestant Omarosa
to serve on his White House staff. All over the world, monkeys
spontaneously fly out of people's butts.
Don't ask, don't tell. Four things to know about
George Washington's Inspector General Baron von Steuben.
On this date in 1521, Martin Luther was excommunicated
from the Catholic church. Years later, he
found solace and joy in a bottle of liquor.
Robert Reich: 15
signs of impending tyranny under President Trump.
Trump says Chicago
must seek US help if no progress is made cutting murders.
With no advance public notice or debate, House
Republicans vote to hobble independent ethics office. So much for
getting corruption out of DC.
The Stranger: One way to protect Washington state's legal weed market from Trump is to burn it to the ground.
Smoking vs. eating pot - why
is it so different?
weapons experts say North Korea's claim that it is close to test-launching
intercontinental ballistic missile is plausible.
Elon Musk: We
must leave Earth for one critical reason.
across the country scramble
after feds announce that extracts are now illegal - and some worry it
foreshadows actions under President Trump.
Rotha Lintorn-Orman -
how she became
the unlikely founder of British Fascism.
art of the scam - Trump's hallmark has been turning a profit on failed
business projects because he finds a way to leave other people holding the
Worst of the worst: 12
moments of right-wing horror and absurdity from 2016.
Alcohol has been
ubiquitous in the history of war, and stimulants have fueled conflicts
since World War II. Whatever the substance, war
is rarely fought sober.
investigates the rumors that Fidel
Castro is Justin Trudeau's real father.
The Economist's most
popular article: The argument for the legalization of cannabis has been
for the difficult bit.
We can't go on ignoring
inequality, says Stephen Hawking, because we have the means to destroy our
would but not to escape it. This
is the most dangerous time for our planet.
Facing possible threats under Trump, Internet
Archive to build server in Canada.
of Trump's assets - and what they're worth.
<--- My New Year's Resolution
Trump says he knows "things
that other people don't know" about the Russian hacking
situation, and that the info would be revealed "on Tuesday or
Abolish Abortion Idaho,
a grassroots citizen group, wants to change
Idaho law to make people who perform or have an abortion face a penalty of
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