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Monday, February 13, 2017

RSN: Dan Rather | Fear, Donald Trump's Labor Secretary Pick Andrew Puzder Owed Millions to UBS as Bank Seeks Waiver From Sanctions

NORTH CAROLINA: There are economic consequences to being a Backward State! 

The former Confederate States continue to cling to the past, to HATE, INTOLERANCE and IGNORANCE.  

Look around. It is Republican governed states that lead the nation in poor education, poverty and lack of economic progress. 

Maybe it's time to recognize the economic costs.

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Dan Rather | Fear 
Dan Rather. (photo: USA Today) 
Dan Rather, Dan Rather's Facebook Page 
Rather writes: "Fear can be a great motivator, but also can be a great destroyer. Leadership decisions based on fear among a people seized by fear can lead to the decline and fall of nations. This has been known since at least the time of the ancient Egyptians and Greeks." 
David Sirota | Donald Trump's Labor Secretary Pick Andrew Puzder Owed Millions to UBS as Bank Seeks Waiver From Sanctions 
David Sirota, International Business Times 
Sirota writes: "President Donald Trump's nominee to head the U.S. Department of Labor personally owed millions of dollars to a convicted bank that is relying on the same department to waive sanctions for its crimes, according to federal records." 
Will Trump Stand by Michael Flynn? 
Chas Danner, New York Magazine 
Danner writes: "On Saturday, an unnamed White House official told the Associated Press that Flynn still had Trump's 'full confidence' in light of the report, but on Sunday, White House senior policy advisor Stephen Miller dodged questions as to how Trump and other top White House officials were feeling about Flynn's actions." 
Stephen Miller: Trump Powers 'Will Not Be Questioned' on Immigration 
Molly Redden, Guardian UK 
Redden writes: "A senior White House adviser on Sunday denounced federal judges who have stood in the way of Donald Trump's controversial travel ban, warning that 'the whole world will soon see' that the president's executive powers 'will not be questioned.'" 
Afghanistan Civilian Deaths May Have Been Caused by US Airstrike 
Sune Engel Rasmussen, Guardian UK 
Engel Rasmussen writes: "US airstrikes in Afghanistan's Helmand province may have been responsible for the deaths of at least 18 civilians, mostly women and children, according to the UN and local sources." 
NCAA Warns North Carolina With Championship Boycott Over 'Bathroom Bill' 
Daniel Kreps, Rolling Stone 
Kreps writes: "The NCAA has threatened to disallow North Carolina from hosting any championship events through 2022 following the state's reluctance to repeal their controversial HB2, also known as the 'bathroom bill.'" 
Do Car Bans Actually Mitigate Air Pollution? 
Tali Trigg, Scientific American 
Trigg writes: "In recent months, several cities from Paris to New Delhi have resorted to banning cars to improve worsening air pollution. While some see this as a long-term solution, others question if it is no more than an emergency band-aid on a profusely polluting limb." 

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