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On the border, hostility to Trump’s wall

September 22, 2016
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USA Today USA Today
by Rick Jervis  

"The three acres of shady land just off of Highway 281 have been in Eloisa Tamez’s family’s possession for more than two centuries. Tamez traces her roots on that small patch of land to 1767, when an ancestor won a grant from the Spanish crown for a stretch of land along the Rio Grande. The land has since been parceled, farmed on and sold off, with Tamez’s three acres one of the last remnants of that family heritage. Today, an 18-foot-tall metal fence runs through the middle of the property, pinching her off from half of her land and providing a daily, rusty reminder of the federal government’s willingness to impose its will on the Rio Grande Valley. 'It's very depressing,' Tamez told me recently. 'We’re law-abiding American citizens, and we’re not free to move around in our own land.' I visited this stretch of the border recently to see what border residents and leaders thought about Donald Trump's proposed border wall. They have experience: They've lived with an 18-foot-fence and other barriers for nearly a decade." (09/20/16)

http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/voices/2016/09/20/voices-border-wall-texas-trump/90675360  

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Egypt: News chief fired after airing wrong Sisi interview

September 22, 2016
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BBC News BBC News [UK state media]    

"The head of news at Egyptian state television has been sacked after the channel mistakenly aired an old interview of the country's President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi. Channel 1 was expected to broadcast a recent interview the president granted to the US network PBS. But it instead aired a year-old interview with the same network. The transmission was halted when staff realised the mistake. Mostafa Shehata confirmed he was fired. But he told AFP news agency that it was 'illogical' as other people had been involved in the transmission as well, putting it down to 'fate.' The broadcast had been timed to link in with the president's current visit to the United Nations General Assembly in New York." [editor's note: Maybe Egypt is coming into the modern world, since he was fired instead of just being beheaded - SAT] (09/21/16)

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-37430845  

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Now is the time to plan for a post Islamic state Mosul

September 22, 2016
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Reuters Reuters
by Mina Al-Oraibi  

"Mosul, Iraq, is known as the city of two springs, with autumn days that are as fine as those ahead of summer. This fall, those days could turn even finer. Iraqi forces, supported by the U.S.-led coalition, are preparing for an assault on Islamic State's most significant stronghold in Iraq. Barring a reversal of policy in Baghdad or Washington, it is almost certain that the military campaign will succeed. What’s uncertain is the cost of that success. The immediate priority will be to protect the city’s 1.5 million-plus civilians and prevent criminal gangs from establishing themselves as the alternative to IS, which has held the city since 2014. Decisions made now, especially in determining whether the Iraqi government, or sectarian and ethnic armed groups will be able to hold Mosul and provide security, will decide the fate of Iraq's second city -- and the rest of the country." (09/21/16)

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mosul-islamic-state-commentary-idUSKCN11Q1H3  

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UK: Anti-Trump campaigners hit London’s streets in red bus

September 22, 2016
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Reuters Reuters    

"Activists urging American expats in Britain to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election took to the streets of London on Wednesday in a red open-top double-decker bus adorned with anti-Donald Trump posters. Organisers, online activist network Avaaz, put up flags, balloons and posters reading 'American Abroad: Vote to Stop Trump' on the bus, referring to the Republican presidential nominee who faces Democrat Hillary Clinton in the Nov. 8 vote. Some 30 activists filled the top of the bus as it made its way around the British capital, chanting 'Stop Trump!' and singing along to the Bruce Springsteen song, 'Born In The U.S.A.' The bus made stops along the way, with campaigners using tablets to help some expats register for the vote. Some eight million Americans live abroad, of which more than 220,000 live in Britain. However, just 12 percent of them vote, Avaaz said in a statement." (09/21/16)

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-london-bus-idUSKCN11R292  

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Study: Policy issues nearly absent in presidential campaign coverage

September 22, 2016
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Raw Story Raw Story    

"The stakes in the election are high. Key decisions on foreign and domestic policy will be affected by the election’s outcome, as will a host of other issues, including the appointment of the newest Supreme Court justice. Yet, journalists have paid scant attention to the candidates' platforms. That conclusion is based on three reports on the news media’s coverage of the 2016 campaign that I have written for the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, where I hold a faculty position. The third report was released today and it covers the month-long period from the week before the Republican National Convention to the week after the Democratic National Convention." [editor's note: Although this pierce reads like a commentary, it's really a report on the study ... by its author' "journalism" has never seemed fuzzier - SAT] (09/21/16)

http://www.rawstory.com/2016/09/harvard-study-policy-issues-nearly-absent-in-presidential-campaign-coverage  

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Don’t waste your vote on the corporate agenda, vote for Jill Stein & the Greens

September 22, 2016
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The Nation The Nation
by Kshama Sawant  

"Presidential-election years aren't usually characterized by explosive social movements. Too often, a presidential election sucks all the oxygen out of the political space, shifting the discussion away from the needs of ordinary people and toward the false choice between a corporate Democrat and a yet more horrifying Republican. But this year has proven different, with tens of thousands of people becoming politically active for the first time. Just in the last month, we've seen Native Americans rallying at Standing Rock against the Dakota pipeline with the largest gathering of tribes in a century. This bold stand has drawn attention to this nation’s historic and ongoing disregard for both treaty rights and the rapidly advancing crisis of climate change. And in the latest telling character note of this election, among the courageous protesters at Standing Rock for whom arrest warrants have been issued is ... Green Party candidate Jill Stein." [editor's note: Posted as a sign that not everyone on the "left" is drinking the Clinton kool aid; as usual YMMV as to the proper alternative - SAT] (09/21/16)

https://www.thenation.com/article/dont-waste-your-vote-on-the-corporate-agenda-vote-for-jill-stein-and-the-greens  

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CA: Skin care company donates over $600,000 to cannabis legalization efforts

September 22, 2016
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San Francisco Chronicle Smell the Truth    

"The people behind Dr. Bronner's are just as concerned about legalizing cannabis as they are creating high-quality skin care products. The Vista, Calif.-based company dedicated to producing all-natural organic body care products will donate over $660,000 towards responsible marijuana legalization initiatives in California and four more states slated to vote on the matter this November, reports the Cannabist. Following a move to leave the Organic Trade Association over removing mandatory GMO labels, CEO David Bronner decided instead to use their resources to help current ballot campaigns to raise the minimum wage, provide animal welfare, and reform marijuana laws. Working with allies New Approach and the Marijuana Policy Project, Dr. Bronner's donations will help go into responsible cannabis legalization and regulation campaigns in California, Massachusetts, Maine, Arizona and Nevada." (09/20/16)

http://blog.sfgate.com/smellthetruth/2016/09/20/dr-bronners-donates-over-600000-to-marijuana-legalization-efforts-in-five-states  

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Clinton & Trump foundations hit with new allegations

September 22, 2016
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Fox News Fox News    

"The Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump campaigns are both dealing with new questions about the dealings of the foundations that bear their names -- after one report claimed the GOP nominee used charity money to pay legal fees, while another detailed a new case of alleged overlaps between Bill Clinton's speaking fees and a Clinton Foundation grant. A Wall Street Journal report Wednesday detailed how The Fragrance Foundation (a perfume trade group whose industry would later benefit from a Clinton Foundation project in Haiti) had in 2014 given Bill Clinton $260,000 for a speech that lasted less than an hour. After the speech, the foundation organized and partially funded an effort to get Haitian farmers to plant thousands of lime trees to help both the farmers and the perfume and beverage industries which were suffering from a shortage of limeoil, the Journal reported. A spokesman for the Clinton Foundation told the Journal there was no connection between the speech and the work in Haiti, saying the project was part of an effort to reverse deforestation in Haiti and help the economy. However, the Trump campaign blasted the Clintons over the report, saying it showed the foundation is 'first and foremost an arm of the Clintons' political and buck-raking apparatus.'" (09/21/16)

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/09/21/clinton-trump-foundations-hit-with-new-allegations.html  

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Wells Fargo had a bad day. That’s a start.

September 21, 2016
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Richard Eskow Our Future
by Richard Eskow  

"People who came looking for drama in Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf’s Senate testimony on Tuesday did not come away disappointed. Stumpf was called before the Senate Banking Committee after his bank was fined $185 million for opening more than two million accounts in customers' names, without their knowledge or consent, over a five-year period. We now know that these two million phony accounts, and the 5,300 employees held responsible, may not reflect the full extent of the wrongdoing. Stumpf announced that the bank had agreed to extend its review of its misconduct to 2009 and 2010, and said he would consider reviewing earlier years as well." [editor's note: As has been noted elsewhere, this was the result of "unintended consequences" of a company incentive program ... kinda like pretty much everything Congress passes? - SAT] (09/20/16)

https://ourfuture.org/20160920/wells-fargo-had-a-bad-day-thats-a-start  

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Don’t blame Millennials for scarily close election, blame Baby Boomers

September 21, 2016
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The New Republic The New Republic
by Brian Beutler  

"Sixteen years since Bush v. Gore, Florida still looms large in the liberal imagination as the epicenter of the vote, a symbolic reminder of the importance of vigilance in campaign combat. The state is no longer the bellwether of the Democratic Party's political fortunes it once was, but in this election, it is part of a firewall that will make it very hard for Donald Trump to become president even if national polls remain close. Maintaining a healthy lead in Florida, in other words, is critical to liberal sanity. Cue panic. As if liberals needed more sources of anxiety, the polls are particularly close in Florida right now. A New York Times Upshot poll, which was based on voter records in the same way campaigns conduct their internal polls, finds Hillary Clinton leading 41-40 in a four-way race, and tied 43-43 in a head-to-head race against Trump." [editor's note: Yet another example of how to make 81% (or 86) equal 100%, and nobody notices - SAT] (09/20/16)

https://newrepublic.com/article/136928/dont-blame-millennials-scarily-close-election-blame-baby-boomers  

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Would Trump nominate Peter Thiel to Supreme Court?

September 21, 2016
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USA Today USA Today
by Glenn Harlan Reynolds  

"Last week I went to Washington, D.C. and attended the Cato Institute’s Constitution Day conference, where a host of distinguished speakers addressed a number of important topics. In addition, I spoke. My topic was the Supreme Court's upcoming term. I was assigned to discuss the Court's coming term, which was harder than it sounds because, with Justice Scalia’s seat unfilled after over six months, the Court hasn’t taken very many cases. But, aside from the cases, there are a few other issues that this term raises. One is the possibility that, if November’s election results wind up in front of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg (known to her fans as 'The Notorious RBG') may have to recuse herself in light of comments she recently made about Donald Trump." (0920/16)

http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/09/20/supreme-court-peter-thiel-trump-scalia-ginsburg-glenn-reynolds-column/90621788  

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TN: Nashville passes marijuana decriminalization measure

September 21, 2016
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The Tennessean    

"Nashville’s Metro Council made history Tuesday by approving the city’s first measure to allow lesser civil penalties for people caught with small amounts of marijuana, but it may set the stage for a confrontation with the state. Meanwhile, some Nashville judges are now raising concerns that moving minor marijuana possession cases from criminal to civil court may give people fewer options to later erase those encounters from the public record. The council voted 35-3 to give final approval of legislation that will give Nashville police the option of reducing the penalty for people who are found in knowing possession of a half-ounce of marijuana or less to a $50 fine or 10 hours of community service. Councilman Dave Rosenberg, lead sponsor of the bill, told his colleagues that efforts aimed at marijuana decriminalization have become commonplace across the country. He reeled off a long list of cities and states as examples, noting that even the conservative Deep South state of Mississippi has a law on the books. 'All this bill does is give police the option of not treating someone with a little pot like a hardened criminal,' Rosenberg said. 'Because when you start treating good members of our society like criminals they begin acting like criminals.' 'As much as as I'd like to think we're cutting edge on this one, we're not,' he added. 'We're catching up.' Memphis is scheduled to take up a similar ordinance in two weeks." [editor's note: I never thought I'd be able to say it proudly, but, "That's my Councilman!" - SAT] (09/20/16)

http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2016/09/20/nashville-passes-marijuana-decriminalization-measure/90739806  

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In first presidential debate, three’s a crowd

September 21, 2016
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Debra J. Saunders Town Hall
by Debra J Saunders  

"Gary Johnson and Bill Weld (the former GOP governors of New Mexico and Massachusetts who now head the Libertarian Party ticket) should embrace their failure to qualify for the first debate. Commission on Presidential Debates set the bar too high for third-party candidates to own a podium at Hofstra University on Sept. 26: To qualify, nominees had to be constitutionally eligible to serve, appear on enough state ballots to have a mathematical chance of winning a majority vote in the Electoral College and show at least 15 percent support in five national polls. With 8.4 percent support in polls selected by the panel, Johnson didn't make the cut. The Johnson-Weld campaign has posted an online petition that calls on the debate panel to let the Libertarians debate. With more than 875,000 online signatures, the campaign likely will meet its goal of 1 million. I think that's the wrong tactic." [editor's note: As usual, she has a point here - SAT] (09/20/16)

http://townhall.com/columnists/debrajsaunders/2016/09/20/in-first-presidential-debate-threes-a-crowd-n2220824  

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$178 million: One fighter plane, or 3,358 years of college

September 21, 2016
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Reuters Reuters
by Peter Van Buren  

"Does free college threaten our all-volunteer military? That is what Benjamin Luxenberg, on the military blog War on the Rocks says. But the real question goes beyond Luxenberg's practical query, striking deep into who we are and what we will be as a nation. Unlike nearly every other developed country, which offer free or low cost higher education (Germany, Sweden and others are completely free; Korea's flagship Seoul National University runs about $12,000 a year, around the same as Oxford), in America you need money to go to college. Harvard charges $63,000 a year for tuition, room, board and fees, a quarter of a million dollars for a degree. Even a good state school will charge $22,000 for in-state tuition, room and board. Right now there are only a handful of paths to higher education in America: have well-to-do parents; be low-income and smart to qualify for financial aid, take on crippling debt, or ... Join the military." (09/20/16)

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-college-debt-defense-commentary-idUSKCN11Q1GE  

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UK: Blair sees “chaos” if US elects “isolationist” president

September 21, 2016
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Reuters Reuters    

"Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Tuesday predicted chaos if the United States elected an isolationist president, likening the withdrawal of America from world affairs to a soccer match without a referee. Asked how he would advise Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, should he win the Nov. 8 election, Blair stopped short of labeling Trump an isolationist. But he pointedly praised Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, once the United States' top diplomat, and said the world needed U.S. leadership and democratic values. 'If you turn away from what is happening in the world when those values are being undermined, you don't fulfill your destiny as a country,' Blair said in response to a question at a Reuters Newsmaker event, adding: 'You have been given this destiny as a country. No one else can do this in the world today.'" [editor's note: Trump is clearly not an "isolationist;" he's as pro-intervention as Hillary is - SAT] (09/20/16)

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-blair-newyork-idUSKCN11Q2BZ  

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Interview/discussion: Tilting at windmills

September 21, 2016
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In These Times In These Times
by Michael Hutchins & Rebecca Leber  

"[Our fossil fuel addiction poses a grave threat to biodiversity: flooding coastlines, acidifying oceans, severe droughts and other effects of climate change are threatening already hard-pressed habitats. In this context, climate activists have embraced wind and solar power, which are less controversial than other alternative energy sources such as nuclear, biofuels and dams. But wildlife advocates have urged caution. ... To discuss how to think about wind and solar’s environmental impacts in the age of climate change, In These Times brought together Michael Hutchins, director of American Bird Conservancy’s Bird-Smart Wind Energy Campaign, and Rebecca Leber, a climate journalist who has worked for Grist, The New Republic and ThinkProgress.]" (09/19/16)

http://inthesetimes.com/article/19451/wind-turbines-kill-hundreds-of-thousands-of-birds-annuallyis-it-worth-the-c  

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US general: North Korea “will” develop nuclear capabilities to hit America

September 21, 2016
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Fox News Fox News    

"The U.S. general expected to take over the military's nuclear forces had a sobering assessment of North Korea's capabilities, telling Senate lawmakers on Tuesday that the rogue nation 'will' build up the capabilities to hit the United States. 'What concerns me most is: They will get there. They're gonna get there. And then once they have those capabilities, what are they going to do with them? That's my biggest concern,' Gen. John Hyten, commander of the Air Force Space Command, told the Senate Armed Services Committee. Hyten has been nominated to lead U.S. Strategic Command. His comments after North Korean state media reported the dictator Kim Jong Un oversaw a ground test of a new rocket engine and ordered a satellite launch preparation, an indication the country might soon conduct a prohibited long-range rocket launch." (09/20/16)

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/09/20/north-korea-says-successfully-ground-tests-new-rocket-engine.html  

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West Virginia investigating Mylan over EpiPen pricing

September 21, 2016
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Raw Story Raw Story    

"The state of West Virginia is investigating whether Mylan NV violated antitrust law or defrauded the state’s Medicaid program in connection with its EpiPen device. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey disclosed the investigation on Tuesday, announcing he had petitioned a state court to order Mylan turn over documents related to EpiPen in response to a subpoena his office issued in August. He said the company missed a September 7 deadline to comply with the subpoena. Mylan, which has raised the U.S. price for a pack of two EpiPens from less than $100 when it acquired the product in 2007 to more than $600, also faces scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers and an investigation by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman over the EpiPen. A Mylan spokeswoman could not immediately be reached for comment." (09/20/16)

http://www.rawstory.com/2016/09/west-virginia-investigating-mylan-over-epipen-pricing  

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Colorado legalization a success, voters say

September 20, 2016
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San Francisco Chronicle Smell the Truth    

"As California closes in on its November 8 vote on cannabis legalization, Coloradoans report legalization is working just fine there. A new poll commissioned by the Marijuana Policy Project and conducted by Public Policy Polling, finds that 51 percent of Coloradoans would oppose efforts to repeal legalization. Just 36 percent support repeal, and 13 percent weren’t sure, according to reports. Colorado legalization Amendment 64 passed 54.8 to 45.1 in 2012, and recreational sales started January 1, 2014. Today, 47 percent of Coloradoans say legal cannabis has been good for the state, while 39 percent say it’s been bad. Nine percent said it had no impact and six percent weren’t sure. Sixty-one percent of Colorado residents say legal pot has boosted the state’s economy, while only one in five voters said it hurt business. The polls comport with other recent studies showing Colorado does not want to go back to pot prohibition." (09/20/16)

http://blog.sfgate.com/smellthetruth/2016/09/20/colorado-legalization-a-success-voters-say  

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Us and them: A tale of two electorates

September 20, 2016
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The American Prospect The American Prospect
by Arthur Goldhammer  

"The United States will elect a new president in November. France will do the same early next year. In both countries, the political Establishment is under assault from outsiders: Donald Trump in the U.S., Marine Le Pen in France. Both candidates have mastered a belligerent rhetoric combining bluster, innuendo, racism, xenophobia, and ridicule or slander of opponents with a carefully calibrated faux frankness intended to bolster their claims to reveal truths that other politicians have allegedly conspired to conceal. Despite high negative ratings, both Trump and Le Pen have also exceeded all expectations, exposed deep rifts in their respective electorates, and struck fear into political, economic, and intellectual elites who, despite evidence of growing voter alienation over a period of many years, could never quite bring themselves to imagine the depth of resentment their monopoly of acceptable political discourse inspired. Notwithstanding these similarities, there are also substantial differences between the two countries." (09/19/16)

http://prospect.org/article/us-and-them-tale-two-electorates  

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Nader: Calling third party candidate a spoiler is same as saying “shut up”

September 20, 2016
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TruthDig    

"People from outside the major parties who are pursuing elected office are exercising their First Amendment rights, and calling them spoilers is an act of 'political bigotry' that should never be tolerated by the American people, civil rights champion and four-time presidential candidate Ralph Nader told 'Democracy Now!' Nader’s comments come one week before the 2016 nominees' first presidential debate, which the Commission on Presidential Debates (a private corporation owned and controlled by the Republican and Democratic parties) announced Friday will exclude both Jill Stein of the Green Party and Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party. 'If we had proportional representation, instant runoff voting, all this spoiler stuff wouldn’t be around,' Nader continued." (09/19/16)

http://www.truthdig.com/avbooth/item/ralph_nader_calling_a_third-party_candidate_20160919  

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Why Edward Snowden deserves clemency

September 20, 2016
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USA Today USA Today
by Rem Rieder  

"Well, this is certainly something you don't see all the time: A major newspaper calling for the criminal prosecution of one of its all-time all-star sources. Yet here was The Washington Post, coming out forcefully in an editorial over the weekend against a pardon for former NSA contractor and leaker to the stars Edward Snowden. Instead, it wants to see one of Moscow's best-known residents in a U.S. courtroom. 'Ideally, Mr. Snowden would come home and hash out all of this before a jury of his peers,' the Post said of the man who brought the newspaper a coveted Pulitzer. As a consolation prize, the Post would settle for a plea bargain in which Snowden 'accepts a measure of criminal responsibility for his excesses and the U.S. government offers a measure of leniency in recognition of his contributions.' Definitely an odd way of saying thanks." [editor's note: He deserves a medal, but clemency is a start - SAT] (09/19/16)

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/columnist/rieder/2016/09/19/rieder-why-edward-snowden-deserves-clemency/90688838  

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North Dakota’s pipeline protest is about climate justice

September 20, 2016
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The New Republic The New Republic
by Kyle Powys Whyte  

"Over the past months, hundreds of indigenous persons and their allies have gathered near the crossing of the Missouri and Cannon Ball rivers in the ancestral territories of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. Using nonviolent means, their goal is to stop the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) that would connect production fields in North Dakota to refineries in Illinois. Their primary fear is that an oil leak would threaten water quality for many members of the tribal community. On Sept. 9, a federal judge denied the tribe’s request for an injunction to halt completion of the pipeline. But shortly after, federal officials said they would temporarily stop construction pending further review. As a scholar of indigenous studies and environmental justice, I’ve been following these developments closely." [editor's note: It begins, however, as a property-rights and clean-water battle; "climate justice" is a secondary aspect - SAT] (09/19/16)

https://newrepublic.com/article/136919/north-dakotas-pipeline-protest-climate-justice  

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US election 2016: George HW Bush “to vote for Clinton”

September 20, 2016
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BBC News BBC News [UK state media]    

"US Republican ex-President George HW Bush will vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton in November, US news website Politico reports. Mr Bush allegedly made the pledge to Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, niece to US ex-President John F Kennedy. The former president's office has not confirmed the report, with a spokesman saying he was checking. Mr Bush, who held office from 1989 until 1993, has not endorsed Republican candidate Donald Trump. If George HW Bush is indeed backing Hillary Clinton for president, that puts four of the five living presidents in the former secretary of state's camp. George W Bush is the lone holdout -- at least for now." [editor's note: Perfect opportunity for that vote-balancing group, since Barbara has already announced her opposition to Hillary - SAT] (09/20/16)

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-37416721  

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Trump tries to run against himself

September 20, 2016
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USA Today USA Today
by Jason Sattler  

"Donald Trump has found a candidate he thinks he can defeat in November: Donald Trump. 'Our vision of hope stands in stark contrast to my opponent's campaign of hate,' the GOP's nominee for president said at a recent rally in North Carolina, without pausing to see whether anyone would laugh. 'Hillary Clinton has been running a hate-filled and negative campaign with no policy, no solutions and no new ideas. By contrast, I've been going around the country offering detailed plans for reform. All of these reform plans are available on our website.' Call this tactic: 'I know you are but now I'm not.'" (09/19/16)

http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/09/16/trump-clinton-negatives-projection-lolgop-jason-sattler/90419118  

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