All News Articles for 2018-10-09

Tuesday, October 9, 2018
When It Comes to Climate Crisis and Kavanaugh's First Day on the Supreme Court, "It's Not Very Promising"
"The first entry in Kavanaugh's environmental record as a SCOTUS member is in and it's not very promising."
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What's Not in the Latest Terrifying IPCC Report? The "Much, Much, Much More Terrifying" New Research on Climate Tipping Points
"This is the scariest thing about the IPCC Report — it’s the watered down, consensus version."
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exxon facility 'This Is a Scam': ExxonMobil-Backed Carbon Tax Will Not Save the Planet
"It comes as no surprise that ExxonMobil and other oil companies are calling for anything and everything short of moving off fossil fuels entirely—most notably, the unwieldy and unproven concept of carbon taxes."
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To Denounce Immoral #GOPTaxScam, Nuns on the Bus Begin 54-Stop US Tour Ahead of Midterms
"This bus trip is all about us coming together to reclaim the patriotic truth that is 'We the People'."
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As Nikki Haley Resigns, Critics Forced to Clarify That "Pro-War, Pro-Imperialist" Sycophant for Trump Is No "Moderate"
U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley "was probably the most pro-war, pro-imperialist high-ranking Trump official, and therefore the most beloved Trump official by the war-loving U.S. media. She held every conventional foreign policy view that has generated so much destruction."
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US mail not for sale signs US Mail Is #NotForSale: Postal Workers Nationwide Stand Together Against Trump's Privatization Plan
"Our postal system has never belonged to any president, any political party, or any company. It's belonged to the people of this country."
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Israel Told to End 'Outrageous' Detention of US Student Held for Alleged Crime of Supporting BDS
"The amendment to the Law of Entry to Israel, which blocks entry to those who support boycotts of Israel or the settlements, was born in sin and should be repealed."
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Petitions to Impeach Kavanaugh Surge as Organizers Say Not Even Supreme Court Justices 'Above the Law'
"A majority of Americans opposed Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court and we believe a majority will ultimately support his impeachment as well," says Heidi Hess of CREDO Action
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The Urgenda campaign 'One for the History Books!': Dutch Court Puts World on Notice by Ordering Government to Move Faster on Emission Cuts
The government of the Netherlands, said the court, "has done too little to prevent the dangers of climate change and is doing too little to catch up."
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