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Saturday, March 4, 2017

RSN: Dancing Clown now in charge of Nuclear Power Plants & Nuclear Weapons



Phew! Another day, Another incompetent Trump appointment!

As a presidential candidate, Dancing Clown Rick Perry wanted to eliminate the ENERGY DEPARTMENT, but couldn't remember it on his list. 

His predecessors were Nuclear Physicists, one of whom won a Nobel Prize. 

This Dancing Clown is now in charge of Nuclear Power Plants and our Nuclear Weapons stockpile. 

The US has failing Nuclear Power Plants, leaking radioactive waste sites, an aging arsenal of weapons...and who knows what else. 

Maybe he can dance his way to success. 






Meet the Democratic Senators Who Voted to Confirm Rick Perry as Energy Secretary 
Jordain Carney, The Hill 
Carney writes: "The Senate voted Thursday to forward with Rick Perry's nomination to be Energy secretary." 
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Democratic Sens. Mark Warner (Va.), Joe Manchin (W.Va.), Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.), Tom Udall (N.M.), Catherine Cortez Masto (Nev.), Debbie Stabenow (Mich.), Claire McCaskill (Mo.), Jon Tester (Mont.), Ben Cardin (Md.) and Joe Donnelly (Ind.), and Independent Sen. Angus King (Maine), voted with all present Republicans to back Perry.





Jill Abramson | Is Investigating Jeff Sessions a Witch Hunt? No, It's a Quest for the Truth 
Jeff Sessions of Alabama. (photo: Hilary Swift/NYT)
Jill Abramson, Guardian UK 
Abramson writes: "The question was never whether he should recuse himself. The answer to that was always obvious. The question now is whether he perjured himself." 
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Trump Administration Plans Expanded Immigrant Detention 
Chris Hayes and Brian Montopoli, MSNBC 
Excerpt: "The Trump administration is planning to radically expand the program and facilities for the detention of immigrant families seeking asylum in the United States, according to documents obtained exclusively by All In." 
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Meet the Democratic Senators Who Voted to Confirm Rick Perry as Energy Secretary 
Jordain Carney, The Hill 
Carney writes: "The Senate voted Thursday to forward with Rick Perry's nomination to be Energy secretary." 
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Rex Tillerson Skips State Department's Annual Announcement on Human Rights, Alarming Advocates 
Carol Morello, The Washington Post 
Morello writes: "Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who during his confirmation hearings repeatedly vowed to promote human rights as a core American value, alarmed human rights advocates when he did not appear in person to present the State Department's annual human rights report, released Friday." 
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New Anti-Protesting Legislation: A Deeper Look 
Traci Yoder, National Lawyers Guild 
Yoder writes: "In recent weeks, multiple articles have pointed to the wave of new anti-protesting bills introduced in state legislatures since the end of 2016. The Intercept, Washington Post, AlterNet, Democracy Now!, and other news outlets have provided overviews of the types of bills under consideration, the potential chilling effect on protests, and the unconstitutional nature of these measures." 
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Protesters Mark Anniversary of Berta Caceres' Murder 
Al Jazeera 
Excerpt: "Hundreds of mostly indigenous Hondurans have taken to the streets to mark the first anniversary of the murder of environmentalist leader Berta Caceres." 
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Winter Is Not Coming. We Need Winter. 
Jeremy Deaton, ThinkProgress 
Deaton writes: "Chicago has seen nary a snowflake since before Christmas - a record in a city that averages 40 inches of snow in the winter. In Washington, D.C., the famous cherry blossoms are set to bloom two weeks ahead of schedule, marking the end of an uncommonly warm winter and the early arrival of spring." 
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