Monthly Archives: January 2017

Sally Yates: AMERICAN HERO

Sally Yates’ letter: On January 27, 2017, the President signed an Executive Order regarding immigrants and refugees from certain Muslim-majority countries. The order has now been challenged in a number of jurisdictions. As the Acting Attorney General, it is my ultimate … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: TUE/Jan 31, 2017

How to contact the Guardian securely Technical options for people who want to get in touch with journalists in a way that protects both security and anonymity. Andrew Tobias: America First Did you know that Anne Frank, whose Diary ultimately … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: SUN/Jan 29, 2017

New York Times Got a confidential news tip? Mark Morford: “This way to the resistance: Your guide to defying the Trumpocalypse” (SF Gate) The assaults are coming fast and vicious. We are no longer a full democracy. It does not … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: SAT/Jan 28, 2017

J.W. Mason: What Exactly Does Mexico Export to the US? One of the many ways conventional economic theory hinders our discussions of trade is it gets us thinking about goods “produced” in one country and “consumed” in another. Mexicans grow tomatoes, … Continue reading

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AMERICA FIRST

RECOMMENDED READING: Horton Hears a Hitler (Snopes) Claim: Beloved children’s author and illustrator Dr. Seuss created a number of scathing political cartoons, one of which involved a parent reading children a book called “Adolf the Wolf.” SNOPES JUDGMENT: TRUE. http://www.snopes.com/dr-seuss-adolf-wolf/

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Dante’s Inferno: Canto 32 Retelling — Caina and Antenora

Chapter 32: Caina and Antenora Here we are at the bottom of the Inferno, Virgil thought. This is where the worst of the worst are punished. The ninth Circle is divided into four rings. Each ring punishes one kind of … Continue reading

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