Archive for April, 2017

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President Donald Trump is frustrated with his first 100 days of failures, so he’s calling the U.S. Constitution ‘Archaic’ and a bad thing for the country. Exactly what you would expect from an authoritarian.

Source: The Guardian—Donald Trump blames constitution for chaos of his first 100 days


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“Corporations are people, according to Mitt Romney and Republican Supreme Court appointees. But if Trump’s tax plan becomes law, in the future a lot of very wealthy people will become corporations.”

Source: Forbes-The Flaw In Trump’s Tax Plan – Why Don’t We All Become Corporations?


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Trump believes his first 100 days to be a great success and that because of his presidency a new optimism is sweeping our country.

Source: The Hill — Trump: My first 100 days ‘just about the most successful’ ever


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Donald Trump knows how to enhance his own bottom line and knows how to work the media to his advantage, but as President of the United States, he doesn’t know what he’s doing. That’s why his first 100 days have not been successful. It’s why “Trump is getting zilch from House Republicans.”

Source: Reuters: No vote on healthcare bill this week in U.S. House




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Pope Francis, an outspoken champion of science and technology, gave his own TED talk Tuesday night, speaking from the Vatican with a three-part message calling for a “revolution of tenderness” and warning those in power to act responsibly or “your power will ruin you.”

Source: USA Today: Pope Francis warns in TED talk: ‘Power can ruin you’


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Robert Reich, as usual, offers sound perspectives regarding the relationship of climate change and widening inequality. He says that they are not two separate issues. They’re intimately connected. And there’s at least one solution to both. It can be a win-win proposition

Source: Inequality Media and Robert Reich: Climate and Inequality, the Result of Years of Living Dangerously


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The investigation into the Trump-Russia scandal has made little progress. Republican chairman, Richard Burr of North Carolina, refusing to sign off on subpoenas and witness interviews and failing to devote to the inquiry sufficient staff power and resources. It would take a Republican of tremendous fortitude and independence to withstand all the political pressure and lead a thorough, come-what-may probe that could end up blemishing if not endangering the Trump presidency.

Source: Mother Jones: Why It’s Impossible for Republicans to Investigate the Trump-Russia Scandal


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