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Friday, March 17, 2017

RSN: Trump Unveils 'Hard Power' Budget, No Mercy for the Poor

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar | Why 'Get Out' Is 'Invasion of the Black Body Snatchers' for the Trump Era 
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. (photo: unknown) 
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hollywood Reporter 
Abdul-Jabbar writes: "What startles some viewers of Get Out is that the biggest threat to the young black protagonist isn't the predictable redneck leftovers from Deliverance, but the wealthy white liberals who probably donate to the ACLU and tearfully tell their friends to watch Moonlight." 
Neil Gorsuch Helped Defend Disputed Bush-Era Terror Policies 
Charlie Savage, The New York Times 
Savage writes: "An email from Judge Gorsuch, nominated by President Trump to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court caused by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, linked to articles about a less-noticed provision in the act that undercut the rights of Guantanamo Bay detainees by barring courts from hearing their habeas corpus lawsuits." 
Trump Adviser Flynn Paid by Multiple Russia-Related Entities, New Records Show 
Rosalind S. Helderman and Tom Hamburger, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "Michael Flynn, who was forced to resign as national security adviser amid controversy over his contacts with Russia's ambassador, collected nearly $68,000 in fees and expenses from Russia-related entities in 2015, a higher amount than was previously known, according to newly released documents." 
Trump Unveils 'Hard Power' Budget, No Mercy for the Poor 
Jessica Taylor, Danielle Kurtzleben and Scott Horsley, NPR 
Excerpt: "The Trump administration's new budget blueprint aims to quantify the president's nationalistic agenda in dollars and cents. The plan, released Thursday morning, calls for significant increases in military and border-security spending, along with corresponding cuts in many other parts of the government." 
A Striking Number of College Students Are Hungry and Homeless 
Aria Bendix, The Atlantic 
Bendix writes: "A new report from the Wisconsin HOPE Lab finds many more community-college students are homeless or lack food than previously reported." 
US Airstrike Hits Mosque in Syria Killing at Least 40 People 
Al Jazeera 
Excerpt: "The US military says it carried out a deadly air strike on an al-Qaeda meeting in northern Syria and will investigate reports that more than 40 civilians were killed when a mosque was struck in a raid in the same area." 
Coral Reefs Are Dying, Only Hope Is Halting Fossil Fuel Emissions 
Climate Nexus 
Excerpt: "The only hope to save the world's coral reefs is to take immediate action to stop climate change, according to new research published Wednesday in the journal Nature." 

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