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Bury FC wait on EFL extension as last-minute takeover set to save club from extinction

Debt-ridden Bury FC have asked the English Football League to grant an extension to the deadline set for them to secure funding, which may save them from expulsion from the league, after a late takeover bid was received. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Bury FC wait on EFL extension as last-minute takeover set to save club from extinction

Debt-ridden Bury FC have asked the English Football League to grant an extension to the deadline set for them to secure funding, which may save them from expulsion from the league, after a late takeover bid was received. Read Full Article at RT.com

NASA astronaut accused of hacking ex-spouse’s bank account from space

In a highly unexpected example of what it’s now possible to do in space, a NASA astronaut has been accused of breaking into her ex-spouse’s bank accounts while she was on board the International Space Station. Read Full Article at RT.com
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NASA astronaut accused of hacking ex-spouse’s bank account from space

In a highly unexpected example of what it’s now possible to do in space, a NASA astronaut has been accused of breaking into her ex-spouse’s bank accounts while she was on board the International Space Station. Read Full Article at RT.com

Epoch Times, pro-Trump Falun Gong news outlet, banned from buying Facebook ads

Pro-Trump Falun Gong site that spread conspiracy theories is barred by Facebook after trying to conceal its tracks
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Epoch Times, pro-Trump Falun Gong news outlet, banned from buying Facebook ads

Pro-Trump Falun Gong site that spread conspiracy theories is barred by Facebook after trying to conceal its tracks

Fund the NHS? Jeremy Corybn’s son opens National Hemp Service shop and café

Jeremy Corbyn’s son is opening a hemp shop named after the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). The National Hemp Service will sell all hemp products and is based in Corbyn senior’s Islington North constituency. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Fund the NHS? Jeremy Corybn’s son opens National Hemp Service shop and café

Jeremy Corbyn’s son is opening a hemp shop named after the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). The National Hemp Service will sell all hemp products and is based in Corbyn senior’s Islington North constituency. Read Full Article at RT.com

Russian worker narrowly ESCAPES DEATH after 6,000-volt electric shock (VIDEO)

What could have been a tragedy turned into a small miracle when a bundler was electrocuted at a Russian ore dressing facility but survived the shock. The gut-wrenching moment was caught on film. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Russian worker narrowly ESCAPES DEATH after 6,000-volt electric shock (VIDEO)

What could have been a tragedy turned into a small miracle when a bundler was electrocuted at a Russian ore dressing facility but survived the shock. The gut-wrenching moment was caught on film. Read Full Article at RT.com

Iran announces successful test of ‘new missile’ amid rising Gulf tensions

Tehran successfully test-fired a new missile, according to the leader of the elite Revolutionary Guards. The launch comes as Tehran seeks to deter military escalation with the United States in the Persian Gulf. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Iran announces successful test of ‘new missile’ amid rising Gulf tensions

Tehran successfully test-fired a new missile, according to the leader of the elite Revolutionary Guards. The launch comes as Tehran seeks to deter military escalation with the United States in the Persian Gulf. Read Full Article at RT.com

N. Korea launches 2 more projectiles… Trump says Kim ‘likes testing missiles’

North Korea has reportedly fired two short-range missiles off its eastern coast, marking the seventh missile test since Donald Trump met with Kim Jong-un in June. The US president downplayed the launches as inconsequential. Read Full Article at RT.com
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N. Korea launches 2 more projectiles… Trump says Kim ‘likes testing missiles’

North Korea has reportedly fired two short-range missiles off its eastern coast, marking the seventh missile test since Donald Trump met with Kim Jong-un in June. The US president downplayed the launches as inconsequential. Read Full Article at RT.com

Moscow vows reciprocal response after US test of previously banned missile. Here’s what it could be

Russia says it won’t sit idle after the US tested a missile that was banned by the INF. As a response, Moscow has an ace up its sleeves and it won’t need to enter into a Cold War-style arms race, military analysts have told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Moscow vows reciprocal response after US test of previously banned missile. Here’s what it could be

Russia says it won’t sit idle after the US tested a missile that was banned by the INF. As a response, Moscow has an ace up its sleeves and it won’t need to enter into a Cold War-style arms race, military analysts have told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com

Biden asks town hall ‘what if Obama had been assassinated?’ & internet cringes

Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden has raised a nation of eyebrows when he asked an audience to imagine the fallout from Barack Obama’s assassination, comparing the ex-president to Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Biden asks town hall ‘what if Obama had been assassinated?’ & internet cringes

Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden has raised a nation of eyebrows when he asked an audience to imagine the fallout from Barack Obama’s assassination, comparing the ex-president to Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King. Read Full Article at RT.com

Fiddling while world burns: The unbearable pointlessness of G7

As leaders of countries that control 40 percent of the world’s GDP gather at a French resort to discuss economic inequality and other issues they consider pressing, the rest of the world wonders if the G7 still has a purpose. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Fiddling while world burns: The unbearable pointlessness of G7

As leaders of countries that control 40 percent of the world’s GDP gather at a French resort to discuss economic inequality and other issues they consider pressing, the rest of the world wonders if the G7 still has a purpose. Read Full Article at RT.com

Huawei, evil Chinese & decapitated cat: Bannon serving warmed-over propaganda to Trump & Americans

Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon has faced the «China threat» head-on with a lukewarm propaganda film dramatizing the Huawei case in Canada, hoping to galvanize the American people (and president) for a second Cold War. Read Full Article at RT
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Huawei, evil Chinese & decapitated cat: Bannon serving warmed-over propaganda to Trump & Americans

Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon has faced the «China threat» head-on with a lukewarm propaganda film dramatizing the Huawei case in Canada, hoping to galvanize the American people (and president) for a second Cold War. Read Full Article at RT.com

Open thread for night owls: David Koch dead at 79—Gone but not forgiven

Eoin Higgins at Common Dreams writes—After Life of Incalculable Harm, Billionaire Climate Denialist and Right-Wing Villain David Koch Dead at 79: [...] Koch was a controversial figure. His vast fortune—made in large part through fossil fuel extraction a
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Open thread for night owls: David Koch dead at 79—Gone but not forgiven

Eoin Higgins at Common Dreams writes—After Life of Incalculable Harm, Billionaire Climate Denialist and Right-Wing Villain David Koch Dead at 79: [...] Koch was a controversial figure. His vast fortune—made in large part through fossil fuel extraction and manufacturing, though the company has interests in nearly everything—made him and his brother Charles two of the richest people in the world. The brothers spent at least $100 million since the 1970s promoting right-wing causes, and David ran for vice president as a member of the Libertarian Party in 1980. One of the causes Koch dumped his fortune into promoting was climate crisis denialism. By making vast sums of money from destroying the planet and then fighting against efforts to stem the flow of the crisis, tweeted Native American activist Tara Houska, Koch was a double damage denialist. «Let's not forget the massive network of oil pipelines, refineries, and fossil fuel expansion projects that David Koch was directly responsible for,» said Houska. «He funded climate deniers while he contributed to climate change, in the range of a 300 million ton carbon footprint annually.» xLet’s not forget the massive network of oil pipelines, refineries, and fossil fuel expansion projects that David Koch was directly responsible for. He funded climate deniers while he contributed to climate change, in the range of a 300M ton carbon footprint annually. https://t.co/IIfezXvMsY— tara houska (@zhaabowekwe) August 23, 2019 On Twitter, HuffPost environmental reporter Alexander Kaufman noted the irony of Koch dying as the effects of the climate crisis the billionaire activist had a large hand in perpetuating are being increasingly felt around the globe. [...] TOP COMMENTS • HIGH IMPACT STORIES QUOTATION “In most circles, the idea of economic planning has been in disrepute most of the time and, particularly in America, has almost carried connotations of intellectual and moral perversion and even political subversion.”                ~~Gunnar Myrdal, Beyond the Welfare State (1960) TWEET OF THE DAY xWith the death of David Koch, Republicans are facing the terrifying prospect of having to win elections by winning elections.— Victor Laszlo (@Impolitics) August 23, 2019 BLAST FROM THE PAST At Daily Kos on this date in 2004—Dole a hypocrite: Josh Marshall applies the smackdown to Bob Dole, so I don't have to: Today Bob Dole suggested that one or more of John Kerry's Purple Hearts may have been fraudulent in some way because they were for «superficial wounds.» Dole knows better. In a 1988 campaign-trail autobiography, here's how Dole described the incident that earned him his first Purple Heart: «As we approached the enemy, there was a brief exchange of gunfire. I took a grenade in hand, pulled the pin, and tossed it in the direction of the farmhouse. It wasn't a very good pitch (remember, I was used to catching passes, not throwing them). In the darkness, the grenade must have struck a tree and bounced off. It exploded nearby, sending a sliver of metal into my leg—the sort of injury the Army patched up with Mercurochrome and a Purple Heart.» On today’s Kagro in the Morning show: No one could have predicted a Florida school guard gun training fraud. Jared & Ivanka privately appalled at their own greed, friends say. Surprise! House Dem foot dragging may mean we never see Trump’s taxes. The strange case of The Epoch Times. x Embedded Content RadioPublic|LibSyn|YouTube|Patreon|Square Cash (Share code: Send $5, get $5!) LINK TO DAILY KOS STORE

‘Which side are you on?’ McConnell challenger calls him out for deserting KY coal miners in new ad

Campaign Action Opening with a voice and the title, “A 10 Hour Bus Ride,” the new campaign video from Kentucky Democratic candidate for Senate Amy McGrath, calls out Sen. Mitch McConnell for being the true enemy of coal miners and workers in his state
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‘Which side are you on?’ McConnell challenger calls him out for deserting KY coal miners in new ad

Campaign Action Opening with a voice and the title, “A 10 Hour Bus Ride,” the new campaign video from Kentucky Democratic candidate for Senate Amy McGrath, calls out Sen. Mitch McConnell for being the true enemy of coal miners and workers in his state of Kentucky. It’s the true story of a bus chartered and filled with coal men, all afflicted with black lung disease, going to see their State Senator Mitch McConnell—to “try and save our disability benefits.” The voice is Jimmy Moore, a miner from Pike County. He finishes his short story, “Ten hours on a bus, and we got to see him [McConnell] for all of one minute.” Moore explains that his grandfather and his stepfather both died of black lung, and that his son is also affected by the disease. McConnell brushing off black lung-afflicted coal miners from his state was covered here by our own Meteor Blades last month. It’s not hyperbolic to call what McConnell did a “brush off.” Every one of these men that went to visit their senator in Washington is worth more than 100 Mitch McConnells. Senator McConnell’s and other Republicans’ problem here is that they are for fossil fuel industry money, not fossil fuel industry leaders. Allowing coal companies to dip into compensation funds meant for workers’ health problems is something conservatives don’t want to address or censure. The fact that coal minors are contracting black lung disease at an alarming rate is also something anti-universal healthcare officials like Mitch McConnell don’t want to face. Jimmy Moore makes it clear what kind of integrity he feels Senator Mitch McConnell has. “Mitch McConnell let the coal companies walk away from us. And then after one minute, he did, too.” McGrath talks about not leaving Kentucky’s coal miners behind and asks the audience “Which side are you on?” It’s a simple question with a seemingly straightforward answer. Watch the video below the fold.

Abandon sinking US dollar ship? Top UK bankster pushes for new 'synthetic hegemonic currency'

Bank of England head Mark Carney has urged his fellow central bankers to embrace tech like Facebook's Libra to build a multipolar system, warning against «swapping one currency hegemon for another» - unless it's their hegemon. Read Full Article a
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Abandon sinking US dollar ship? Top UK bankster pushes for new 'synthetic hegemonic currency'

Bank of England head Mark Carney has urged his fellow central bankers to embrace tech like Facebook's Libra to build a multipolar system, warning against «swapping one currency hegemon for another» - unless it's their hegemon. Read Full Article at RT.com

Flint’s water gets worse, after 2 million gallons of sewage dumped into river

In April, Flint, Michigan, officials warned that proposed budget cuts to infrastructure improvements on the city’s wastewater management were a bad idea. “We’re going to get to a point where we can’t treat our wastewater and sewage anymore,” Direc
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Flint’s water gets worse, after 2 million gallons of sewage dumped into river

In April, Flint, Michigan, officials warned that proposed budget cuts to infrastructure improvements on the city’s wastewater management were a bad idea. “We’re going to get to a point where we can’t treat our wastewater and sewage anymore,” Director of Public Works Rob Bincsik told MLive. City officials have been stuck between a rock and a hard place as there is only so much money allowed in their budget for everything that needs fixing in Flint. Officials were looking into a $34 million loan that would allow them to fund the needed fixes. On Tuesday, the Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy filed a report that said a “flash flood event,” had led to untreated wastewater to overflow and find its way into storm drains that lead into the Flint River. On Thursday, MLive reports that the size of this runover of untreated wastewater was 2 million gallons.  The city had already announced that the overflow had taken place. On Sunday, officials warned citizens to stay out of contact with the river. Flint had already voted to have new infrastructure designs created for their wastewater management. The city treats around 50 million gallons of wastewater every day. A similar thing happened in February of 2018, when flash flooding led to overflows and pollutants reaching the river. That event was not nearly as large as Sunday’s.  Flint officials finally received the second half of $140 million in federal loan money to deal with their lead drinking water problem, five years after the water-crisis, in April. Many state officials tried to spin that money, allocated in 2017 by the federal government, as somehow being from the state. It wasn’t. Dealing with waste water is just another important infrastructure issue that our country, from the federal level, needs to prioritize.

Sorry, folks. Bulletproof backpacks are not the answer to school shootings.

Bulletproof backpacks are the hot new accessory of this back-to-school season, as terrified parents try to keep their kids safe from the next school shooting. Sales are up more than 200% and almost half of adults say they’d buy their kid a bulletproof backp
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Sorry, folks. Bulletproof backpacks are not the answer to school shootings.

Bulletproof backpacks are the hot new accessory of this back-to-school season, as terrified parents try to keep their kids safe from the next school shooting. Sales are up more than 200% and almost half of adults say they’d buy their kid a bulletproof backpack. There’s a small problem, though: A bulletproof backpack isn't going to save your kid's life. It’s not just that your kid might be shot in the head or the stomach rather than the back. It’s not just that they might not be wearing their backpack when the shooter storms into their school. Bulletproof backpacks aren’t designed to withstand shots from the kind of military-style rifles favored by and easily accessible to mass shooters in the U.S. These backpacks are designed to stop handgun fire, but an AR-15 is an entirely different thing. “Rifle projectiles present a threat level greater than handgun and even shotgun ammunition,” Peter Diaczuk, professor of forensics at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, told NBC News. “This is due to the higher velocity and consequently greater kinetic energy of a rifle bullet.” It turns out that protecting kids from mass shootings isn’t as simple as heading down to the big box store, dropping a couple hundred bucks, and hoping that your kid is wearing their backpack at the critical moment. It’s still going to take policy solutions.

Equal pay, equal say: Women finally fill upper echelons of Democratic presidential campaigns

«It is about fucking time that this has happened — and you can quote me on that,» Anne Caprara, who headed Hillary Clinton's 2016 Super PAC, told Politico of female staffers finally becoming a dominant force in 2020 Democratic presidential cam
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Equal pay, equal say: Women finally fill upper echelons of Democratic presidential campaigns

«It is about fucking time that this has happened — and you can quote me on that,» Anne Caprara, who headed Hillary Clinton's 2016 Super PAC, told Politico of female staffers finally becoming a dominant force in 2020 Democratic presidential campaigns.  A recent analysis by the news outlet showed that women are wielding real power and influence within the campaigns of Democratic hopefuls, and they are getting compensated at equitable levels to men. Politico pinpointed 31 women as central players out of 53 top decision makers in the 2020 campaigns of Amy Klobuchar, Tulsi Gabbard, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, and Marianne Williamson.  Women also accounted for more than 50% of key players (13 of 24 positions) in the top-tier campaigns of Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg. Caprara tells Politico that women working on campaigns in recent cycles routinely earned $10,000 to $20,000 less than their male counterparts. One glaring exception is the position of campaign manager, where men still rule the day in the top-tier campaigns. Once the scope is widened out though, six of the 22 Democrats seeking the nomination hired women into that role. In 2018, however, women managed some 40% of the Democratic congressional campaigns. Politico found that pay equity ruled the day in the campaigns of both female and top-tier male candidates. It also found that other campaigns had some variation. But Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren distinguished her campaign by simply setting a flat salary for her senior team: seven women and six men all earn $156,000 for the contributions they make to her candidacy.

Animals suffer as Trump administration slashes inspections and enforcement at breeders and labs

The Trump administration is slashing regulations and abandoning enforcement throughout the government, and at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, that can mean suffering for animals. The Washington Post reports that in one 2017 case, hundreds of raccoons we
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Animals suffer as Trump administration slashes inspections and enforcement at breeders and labs

The Trump administration is slashing regulations and abandoning enforcement throughout the government, and at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, that can mean suffering for animals. The Washington Post reports that in one 2017 case, hundreds of raccoons were trapped in cages in temperatures over 100 degrees, causing “severe heat distress” for dozens. Inspectors confiscated 10 of the animals, only to be ordered to return them after industry groups went to a Trump adviser and Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue stepped in. Let’s pause to consider that a Cabinet member personally intervened in the fate of 10 raccoons—but only so their corporate owners could return them to suffering. The USDA has gone from issuing 4,944 animal welfare citations in 2016 to just 1,716 in 2018. The number of enforcement cases dropped by 92% in the same time frame. The Trump administration claims that this is all a sign that its emphasis on education rather than enforcement is working, but according to a veterinarian who oversaw inspectors through much of the country from 2014 to 2018, “The changes that have been made over the past two years have systematically dismantled and weakened the inspection process,” with the result being “untold numbers of animals that have experienced unnecessary suffering.” USDA staffers, including veterinarians, are leaving, with an elephant specialist who left in 2017 saying “It feels like your hands are tied behind your back. You can’t do many things you’re supposed to when it comes to protecting animals. You’re seeing inspectors so frustrated they’re walking out the door.”  Then again, when you look at how the Trump administration is treating human families at the border, this can’t come as much of a surprise.

Was FBI-staged Russian ‘honeytrap’ the only ‘deep state’ anti-Trump plot?

Revelations by former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne about ‘Russian agent’ Maria Butina are yet another dot in the pattern of behavior by US intelligence agencies who were involved in the ‘Russiagate’ conspiracy. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Was FBI-staged Russian ‘honeytrap’ the only ‘deep state’ anti-Trump plot?

Revelations by former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne about ‘Russian agent’ Maria Butina are yet another dot in the pattern of behavior by US intelligence agencies who were involved in the ‘Russiagate’ conspiracy. Read Full Article at RT.com

Justice Department goes out of its way to argue discrimination based on sexual orientation is legal

The Justice Department filed an amicus brief Friday aimed at reversing the trend of lower courts interpreting existing federal law to prohibit workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. The brief argued that the ban on «sex» discrimin
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Justice Department goes out of its way to argue discrimination based on sexual orientation is legal

The Justice Department filed an amicus brief Friday aimed at reversing the trend of lower courts interpreting existing federal law to prohibit workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. The brief argued that the ban on «sex» discrimination in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not protect gay, lesbian, and bisexual workers from bias because it was not the original intent of lawmakers when they passed the legislation. The administration filed the briefs in two cases to which it was not a party. In other words, the Justice Department went out of its way to argue for the right of businesses to discriminate against LGB workers. The department also filed a motion seeking time to make oral arguments before the High Court next month when the case is heard, reports Buzzfeed's Dominic Holden. The motion argued that the «United States has a substantial interest» in resolving whether Title VII covers sexual orientation, or more to the point, it has a substantial interest in clearing the way for religious conservatives to target people based on their sexual orientation. The move follows on a brief from the department last week in which government lawyers argued transgender workers were also not protected by the civil rights statute, claiming that the prohibition on sex discrimination only pertains to «biological sex.» Federal statute does not currently provide explicit workplace protections for gay and transgender workers. However, over the last decade federal courts and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission have increasingly concluded that discrimination against transgender and gay workers violates Title VII.

‘Crime does pay’: CNN hires disgraced ex-FBI director Andrew McCabe

What does one get for leaking to the media, lying to federal investigators about it, and allegedly participating in a plot to derail an American election? If you answered jail time, too bad. The correct answer is a job at CNN. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Crime does pay’: CNN hires disgraced ex-FBI director Andrew McCabe

What does one get for leaking to the media, lying to federal investigators about it, and allegedly participating in a plot to derail an American election? If you answered jail time, too bad. The correct answer is a job at CNN. Read Full Article at RT.com

Hong Kong protesters go ‘Baltic,’ but some struggle to explain why (VIDEO)

Demonstrators in Hong Kong formed a human chain throughout the city, inspired they say by protests in the Baltics some 30 years ago. Some of them seemed rather lost about the state of the current standoff with their government. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Hong Kong protesters go ‘Baltic,’ but some struggle to explain why (VIDEO)

Demonstrators in Hong Kong formed a human chain throughout the city, inspired they say by protests in the Baltics some 30 years ago. Some of them seemed rather lost about the state of the current standoff with their government. Read Full Article at RT.com

Texas Latinos to Republicans: Want to prevent another El Paso? Then start by changing your rhetoric

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has “promised that his office, and the Legislature, would take appropriate action to stop future tragedies” like the El Paso terror attack, but Latinos in the state are saying that if elected officials like Abbott truly want to be
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Texas Latinos to Republicans: Want to prevent another El Paso? Then start by changing your rhetoric

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has “promised that his office, and the Legislature, would take appropriate action to stop future tragedies” like the El Paso terror attack, but Latinos in the state are saying that if elected officials like Abbott truly want to begin taking meaningful steps to address anti-Latino hatred and white supremacy, maybe they need to look in the mirror first. Abbott, for example, sent out a fundraising letter that featured violent, anti-immigrant rhetoric just one day before El Paso. «If we're going to defend Texas,” it stated, “we'll need to take matters into our own hands.» But Abbott has not only refused to comment on the letter, he this week amplified a tweet from an anti-immigrant troll to his nearly 300,000 Twitter followers.  The El Paso shooter espoused vile rhetoric heard from many Republicans, including Abbott’s lieutenant, Dan Patrick. “It makes me feel like they don’t understand the issue,” said Mario Carrillo, Texas director for immigrant rights advocacy group America’s Voice. He grew up in El Paso and said he’s “concerned that the leaders in our state aren’t really willing to have the conversation about what it was that led to the shooting in El Paso in the first place.” During a recent meeting, Latino leaders took their concerns straight to Abbott, Patrick, and Republican House Speaker Dennis Bonnen, The Texas Tribune reports: “One member of the delegation suggested that if state leaders did not mirror the words the affected community was using to process the shooting—white supremacy, white nationalism, racism—they risked giving the impression that they weren’t actually listening.”

EXCLUSIVE: Foiling Trump, New York City enacts protections for at-risk LGBTQI population

NYC positions itself as a foil to Trump, as it affirms policies that bar discrimination on the basis of sex
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EXCLUSIVE: Foiling Trump, New York City enacts protections for at-risk LGBTQI population

NYC positions itself as a foil to Trump, as it affirms policies that bar discrimination on the basis of sex

A Fox News afterlife for Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Why she's perfect for the job—and Sean Spicer's not

A credibility problem is only a problem for a bad liar like Sean Spicer. For Sarah Sanders, it's a Fox News asset
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A Fox News afterlife for Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Why she's perfect for the job—and Sean Spicer's not

A credibility problem is only a problem for a bad liar like Sean Spicer. For Sarah Sanders, it's a Fox News asset

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