All News Articles for 2018-10-03

Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Making 'Fringe' Scientist Who Argues Exposure Good for People a Key Witness, Trump's EPA Moves to Roll Back Radiation Safety Rules
"The agency is ignoring scientific evidence by instead claiming a little radiation is good for you. This is clearly an attempt to save industry money at the expense of women and children's health."
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Showing They Will 'Stop at Nothing to Destroy' Open Internet, Telecom Giants Sue to Block California's New Net Neutrality Law
"Big telecom companies hate the California net neutrality bill because it prevents them from screwing over their customers more than they already do."
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Trump warmongers Warnings of More 'War and Unilateral Aggression' as Pompeo and Bolton Launch Joint Attack on Global Cooperation
After ditching a treaty with Iran to rebuff an ICJ sanctions ruling, Bolton announces review of international agreements to prevent future court decisions
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You, and Everyone Else in the Whole Country, Just Got an Unsolicited Text From President Donald Trump
So what the hell is going on?
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Hold the Phones, the Democrats Actually Just Made a Good Ad
"Shut up, side table!"
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With Concerns Fraudulent Schemes Continue, Explosive NYT Reports Sparks Renewed Demand for Trump's Tax Returns
"If Donald Trump was willing to go to such incredible lengths to hide how he really 'made' his fortune—what's stopping him now from bilking the presidency and American taxpayers for everything they're worth?"
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Sick of Being Confronted, McConnell Vows GOP 'Will Not Be Intimidated by These People' (aka Engaged Constituents Opposed to Kavanaugh)
Senate Majority Leader is simply sick of being confronted by people who believe Brett Kavanaugh is a horrible choice
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'Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Exist': Sanders Introduces Bill to Break Up Nation's Largest Wall Street Banks
"We must end, once and for all, the scheme that is nothing more than a free insurance policy for Wall Street: the policy of 'too big to fail.'"
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo 'The Drums of War Are Beating': ICJ Ruled US Sanctions Violate Treaty With Iran, So Pompeo Just Ditched It
NIAC leader Trita Parsi says the Secretary of State "walking out of it signals that he wants to make sure that disputes with Iran are NOT resolved peacefully."
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Protests against Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination have erupted across the country in recent days. 'Furious About Kavanaugh?' Here's the Detailed Plan to Fight Back and Defeat Trump's Nominee
" You have power. For the next four days, you have power. If all of us wield that power, we have a chance to win a fight with impossibly vast stakes."
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"We regret that we feel compelled to write to you to provide our views that at the Senate hearings on Thursday, September 27, 2018, the Honorable Brett Kavanaugh displayed a lack of judicial temperament that would be disqualifying for any court, and certainly for elevation to the highest court of this land," states a letter signed by over 500 professors from over 90 law schools. 500+ Law Professors Agree: Kavanaugh's Testimony Was 'Disqualifying For Any Court,' Let Alone Supreme Court
The nominee, a joint letter states, "displayed a lack of judicial temperament that would be disqualifying for any court, and certainly for elevation to the highest court of this land."
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Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif Rejecting US Claims They Don't Harm Humanitarian Aid, UN Court Orders Easing of Sanctions Iran Calls 'Illegal and Cruel'
" The U.S. of course will disregard the ruling," says Trita Parsi, "but Iran's aim likely was to establish that it is the U.S., and not Iran, that is the rogue nation now."
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Michael Bromwich, one of Ford's attorneys, quickly denounced Trump's attack, calling it "vicious, vile, and soulless." 'Profile in Cowardice': New Low Even for Sexist President as Trump Openly Mocks Christine Ford
"Is it any wonder that she was terrified to come forward, and that other sexual assault survivors are as well?"
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