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Sunday, March 5, 2017

RSN: Goodbye Spin, Hello Raw Dishonesty

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Paul Krugman | Goodbye Spin, Hello Raw Dishonesty 
Economist Paul Krugman. (photo: Forbes) 
Paul Krugman, The New York Times 
Krugman writes: "The latest big buzz is about Jeff Sessions, the attorney general. It turns out that he lied during his confirmation hearings, denying that he had met with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign."
Trump Claims He Was Wiretapped. If He's Right, It Could Be His Undoing. 
Justin Salhani, ThinkProgress 
Salhani writes: "President Donald Trump surprised aides Saturday morning with an early tweetstorm accusing his predecessor of conducting surveillance against him during the presidential campaign." 
The Mental and Physical Trauma of "Dreamers" Living With Deportation Threats 
Annamarya Scaccia, YES! Magazine 
Scaccia writes: "The migraines came out of nowhere. Nanci Palacios, who lives in Tampa, Florida, had headaches before but never with the intensity she's currently experiencing. The back of her head throbs with pain. Her neck and shoulders become stiff. The migraines happen all the time now, Palacios said. She's sluggish and less efficient." 
Trump Wants NSA Program Reauthorized but Won't Tell Congress How Many Americans It Spies On 
Alex Emmons, The Intercept 
Emmons writes: "The White House wants Congress to reauthorize two of the NSA's largest surveillance programs before they expire at the end of the year." 
Bill Introduced to Ban Howard Zinn Books From Arkansas Public Schools 
Max Brantley, Arkansas Times 
Brantley writes: "The deadline for new legislation is fast approaching and it can't come too soon. Just in from Sen. Rep. Kim Hendren: Legislation to prohibit any publicly supported schools (you, too, charters) from including in curriculum or course materials any books or other material authored by Howard Zinn." 
Another Indigenous Human Rights Activist Killed in Colombia 
Excerpt: "Colombian Indigenous and campesino leader Alicia Lopez Guisao was killed in Medellin on Thursday, adding to the growing list of recently murdered human rights activists in the South American country." 
After Court Ruling, Wolves Could Soon Be Shot on Sight in Wyoming 
Darryl Fears, The Washington Post 
Fears writes: "A federal appeals court ruling stripped wolves of their protections in Wyoming on Friday, which could allow them to be shot on sight." 

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