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Thursday, February 9, 2017

RSN: Monsanto Ground Breaking Sparks Local Backlash: 120 Jobs Not Worth 'Toxic Company in Your Backyard'






The former Southern Confederate States have fiercely clung to HATE, RACISM and perpetuated IGNORANCE, governed by REPUBLICANS to their detriment. 



NORTH CAROLINA REPUBLICANS epitomize what the Republican Party has become. 



Even with GOP Rigged Elections, North Carolina finally managed to elect a Democratic Governor that Republicans seek to undermine. 



Judges Halt North Carolina GOP's Move to Undercut New Dem Governor and Nominated Cabinet 
Reid Wilson, The Hill 
Wilson writes: "In a brief ruling issued Wednesday, the three-judge panel of state judges placed on hold a law that would have required Gov. Roy Cooper's (D) nominees to head state Cabinet agencies to undergo confirmation hearings before the state legislature ahead of a planned hearing on Friday." 
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Amy Davidson | The Ninth Circuit and President Trump's Lies 
Donald Trump. (photo: Bill Clark/RollCall) 
Amy Davidson, The New Yorker 
Davidson writes: "If there was a single question at the center of Tuesday afternoon's hearings on President Trump's executive order keeping people from seven Muslim-majority nations and all refugees out of the country, it was this: Do the courts, or the American people, have any recourse when the President lies?" 
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Activists Plan Emergency Actions Across the Country to Protest Approval of Dakota Access Pipeline 
Alleen Brown, The Intercept 
Brown writes: "The easement announcement on Tuesday is already activating pipeline opponents to return. A 'couple thousand people' are headed back to the camps, including contingents of veterans, said former congressional candidate Chase Iron Eyes, a member of the tribe, in a video posted to Facebook." 
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How Dare Trump Use My Daughter's Death to Further His Brutal Agenda 
Rosie Ayliffe, Guardian UK 
Ayliffe writes: "If I can find the strength to do this, surely some White House minion with a list to compile could take the trouble to get the facts right: Mia and Tom's deaths were not committed out of some misguided interpretation of the Qur'an." 
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Judges Halt North Carolina GOP's Move to Undercut New Dem Governor and Nominated Cabinet 
Reid Wilson, The Hill 
Wilson writes: "In a brief ruling issued Wednesday, the three-judge panel of state judges placed on hold a law that would have required Gov. Roy Cooper's (D) nominees to head state Cabinet agencies to undergo confirmation hearings before the state legislature ahead of a planned hearing on Friday." 
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The Racist History of Incarceration That Donald Trump Is Threatening to Repeat 
Esther Yu Hsi Lee, ThinkProgress 
Yu Hsi Lee writes: "As thousands of people gathered at airports across the country to rally against U.S. immigration officials for blocking entry to people with valid visas, some Japanese Americans wondered out loud whether the U.S. government had learned anything from its history." 
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Yemen's Food Crisis: 'We Are Broken, We Die Either From Bombing or Hunger' 
Saeed Kamali Dehghan and Ahmad Algohbary, Guardian UK
Excerpt: "On Wednesday, the UN launched a $2.1bn appeal to prevent famine in the Arab world's poorest nation, where nearly 3.3 million people - including 2.1 million children - are acutely malnourished." 
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Monsanto Ground Breaking Sparks Local Backlash: 120 Jobs Not Worth 'Toxic Company in Your Backyard' 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: " Monsanto has officially broken ground on a $975 million expansion to its Luling plant in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. The facility will manufacture dicamba, a controversial herbicide used in the company's new XtendiMax weedkiller for GMO soybeans and cotton. Despite the company's promise to bring 120 new full-time jobs to the area, it seems many locals are unhappy with the project." 
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