All News Articles for 2017-02-21

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
We Will 'Never Be Broken': Facing Imminent Eviction, Water Protectors Stand Their Ground
US Army Corps refuse to extend the Wednesday eviction deadline as Indigenous protectors plea for help
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"Love That Doesn't Risk Isn't Love": Amid Immigration Chaos, Sanctuaries Flourish
Libraries, houses of worship, and Canadian cities join the growing effort to shelter undocumented immigrants
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Without One Mention of Climate Change, Scott Pruitt Greets EPA Employees
'John Muir is rolling over in his grave at the notion of someone as toxic to the environment as Scott Pruitt taking over the EPA'
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Iowa capitol building Iowa Bill Would Force Universities to Hire Right-Wing Professors
The proposed law 'could bring about a Soviet-style purge of liberal-leaning college staff in Iowa'
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'Medicare for All' Only Way for Trump to Keep Healthcare Promises
Plans put forth by House Speaker Paul Ryan and HHS Secretary Tom Price are 'unlikely' to fulfill President Donald Trump's campaign promises—'but single payer could'
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Lawmakers Call on Trump to End 'Blank Check for War'
'The Constitution is clear: The American people deserve a voice on matters of war and peace'
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Trump Administration Issues How-To for 'Hyper-Aggressive Mass Deportation Policy'
New Homeland Security guidelines constitute a sweeping rewrite of Obama-era policies on immigration
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Trump Administration Toying With Alternative Economic Facts
Trade deficit tweaks and overly-optimistic growth forecasts dubbed economic 'voodoo'
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Trump's Vague Condemnation of Anti-Semitism Called "Too Little, Too Late"
President's statement denounced as "a pathetic asterisk of condescension"
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'Law Is on Our Side': Seattle Mayor Ready to Sue Trump for Answers on Immigration
"We will seek to determine the administration's definition of 'sanctuary cities' and the enforcement actions the federal government may take against us"
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A cardboard cut-out of Rep. Roger Williams (R-Texas) leans against the microphone at the "mock" town hall in Austin, Texas, on Sunday. Voters Shame Cowardly Reps with Town Halls Hosted by Cardboard Cut-Outs
Across the country, people are drawing attention to representatives' refusal to face their constituents with mock town halls
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RESIST DAY #33: What You Can Do Today
Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe
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