Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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NSA’s spying power could soon be extended

People all over the nation are joining together to pressure Congress to uphold the Fourth Amendment.

Bernie slams McConnell’s efforts to end defense and non-defense spending parity

“When history looks back on this period, I do not want people to see a U.S. Congress which worked overtime to protect billionaires and large corporations but turned its back on providing health care to vulnerable children.”

Senators vow to ‘fight’ FCC’s decisions regarding net neutrality

“We will fight the FCC’s decisions in the courts, and we will fight it in the halls of Congress.”

Iran protests through the prism of geopolitics

What happens in Iran in the next few weeks will determine wars and consequential events in the Middle East for the next few years.

President Trump accuses Steve Bannon of losing his mind

Although Trump praised Bannon last year for his service, the president attempted to distance himself from the former White House chief strategist on Wednesday saying he lost his mind.

Interior Department charges Zinke’s Nevada helicopter ride to fire account in ‘error’

“Ryan Zinke’s caused a lot of controversy with his private flights, but none have been as egregious as using wildfire preparedness funding to pay for a trip that had nothing to do with wildfires."

California leads the way in transparency

An interview with Trent Lange, the president and executive director of the California Clean Money Campaign, the sponsor of the 2017 California DISCLOSE Act.

You want an infowar, fine

“I’m the first to resist our national terrible policy and I have the arrest record to prove it, but this is still my country and yours too, and we have a greedhead fake president who took foreign help to steal the highest office in our land.”

The Year of Trump: sexual assault, Nazis, and a pedophile

2017 is over. But what inexplicable horrors await us in 2018?

Libya, Syria, Ukraine – one script, three stories

The fundamental ploy in Libya, Syria and Ukraine was the same: rile up the population and then stage a coup in the midst of chaos, while claiming to liberate the people.