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John Kiriakou | The Deep State, Donald Trump and Us 
Donald Trump. (photo: Carlos Barria/Reuters) 
John Kiriakou, Reader Supported News 
Kiriakou writes: "Disliking and distrusting Trump and disliking and distrusting the CIA are not mutually exclusive. It's not a zero-sum game. Same with the FBI. It's possible to have a scenario with no good guy." 
US Attorney Preet Bharara Fired After Refusing Jeff Sessions' Order to Resign 
Alan Yuhas, Guardian UK 
Yuhas writes: "Preet Bharara, the powerful Manhattan prosecutor who was among 46 US attorneys asked to step down late Friday, was fired on Saturday after he refused to resign, an order from attorney general Jeff Sessions." 
ACLU Seeks to Tap Anti-Trump Energy With New Focus on Grassroots Activism 
Joseph Ax, Reuters 
Ax writes: "The American Civil Liberties Union is launching what it bills as the first grassroots mobilization effort in its nearly 100-year history, as it seeks to harness a surge of energy among left-leaning activists since the November election of Republican Donald Trump as U.S. president." 
Arkansas Speeds Up Executions, Scheduling Eight in 10 Days 
Sebastien Blanc, Agence France-Presse 
Excerpt: "The US state of Arkansas is racing to execute eight death row inmates in 10 days next month to beat the expiration date on a hard-to-get drug used in lethal injections."
Trump's 'Honour Crimes' Order Is a Racist Distraction 
Alex Shams, Al Jazeera 
Shams writes: "Earlier this week, Donald Trump announced a new executive order to ban refugees and immigrants from six Muslim-majority countries. Hidden in the new order is a clause that says the United States government will begin tracking and publicising, 'honour killings' committed by foreign nationals in the US." 
US Bombing Devastated Cambodia in 1970s, Now US Is Demanding They Pay Back Millions in 'War Debt' 
Lindsay Murdoch, The Age 
Murdoch writes: "Half a century after United States B-52 bombers dropped more than 500,000 tonnes of explosives on Cambodia's countryside Washington wants the country to repay a $US500 million ($662 million) war debt. The demand has prompted expressions of indignation and outrage from Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh." 
This Tiny Program Keeps Our Coasts Safe. Trump's Gutting It, of Course. 
Emma Foehringer Merchant, Grist 
Merchant writes: "Though hardly a household name, Sea Grant funds important work, supporting over 3,000 scientists and paying for coastal research through 33 university programs. Sea Grant projects shed light on sea-level rise, ocean acidification, the effect of melting glaciers on kelp beds, and much, much else." 

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