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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

RSN: Top 5 Ways Obama Is Behind Leaks, Protests Against Trump

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Juan Cole | Top 5 Ways Obama Is Behind Leaks, Protests Against Trump 
President Trump believes Obama is behind the many leaks within his administration and responsible for the angry Americans confronting Republicans at town hall meetings. (photo: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
Juan Cole, Informed Comment 
Cole writes: "Trump did an interview with 'Fox and Friends' for this morning in which he alleged that former president Barack Obama is behind the leaks that have bedeviled Trump's White House." 
229 House Republicans Just Voted to Keep Trump's Tax Returns Secret 
Judd Legum, ThinkProgress 
Legum writes: "House Republicans voted en mass to block a resolution that would have forced Trump to turn his tax returns over to Congress on Monday night." 
An Act of American Terror in Trump's Heartland 
Ishaan Tharoor, The Washington Post 
Tharoor writes: "To most Americans, a shooting in Kansas last Wednesday will be remembered as just another incident of gun violence in a country where homicides are tragically commonplace and where far too many disturbed loners have ready access to firearms." 
Betsy DeVos Statement on Black Colleges Sparks Uproar 
Karma Allen, ABC News 
Allen writes: "Angry social media users flew into an uproar Monday evening after Education Secretary Betsy DeVos issued a statement that some said ignored the context under which historically black universities were created." 
State Surveillance of Black Social Movements Lives On in 2017 
Excerpt: "From the Black Panthers to Black Lives Matter, surveillance technology has changed but the targets have remained the same. The excuses used to justify spying on Black social movements remain strikingly similar throughout the decades." 
Doctors Could Prescribe Houses to the Homeless Under Radical lyphosate Bill 
Liz Barney, Guardian UK 
Barney writes: "One day last month, Stephen Williams asked a passerby for help and then collapsed on the sidewalk. When the ambulance arrived in downtown Honolulu, his temperature was well over 104F." 
Monsanto Cancer Lawsuits Take Dramatic Turn Over EPA Official's 'Highly Suspicious' Role 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "Former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official Jess Rowland may have to testify over claims that he covered up evidence that glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto's top-selling herbicide Roundup, could cause cancer." 

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