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Thursday, May 4, 2017

RSN: Andy Borowitz | Fourth-Grade Class Touring White House Answers Trump's Questions About the Civil War

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Andy Borowitz | Fourth-Grade Class Touring White House Answers Trump's Questions About the Civil War 
President Donald Trump. (photo: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty) 
Andy Borowitz, The New Yorker 
Borowitz writes: "A class of fourth-grade students touring the White House on Monday had a chance encounter with Donald Trump and were able to answer several of his questions about the Civil War." 
Nancy Pelosi: Democratic Candidates Should Not Be Forced to Toe Party Line on Abortion 
Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post 
Tumulty writes: "The Democratic Party should not impose support for abortion rights as a litmus test on its candidates, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Tuesday." 
Douglas Williams | Trump's Civil War Comments Master the Republican Art of Downplaying Slavery 
Douglas Williams, Guardian UK 
Williams writes: "Trump is simply the latest in a long line of rightwing Republicans who believe that justice and equality for all is an obstacle to 'making America great again.'" 
Trumpcare Is Medical Apartheid 
Jonathan Alter, The Daily Beast 
Alter writes: "Before Obamacare, if you were denied coverage and then got sick, you were thrown to the wolves." 
The Department of Justice Is Literally Prosecuting a Woman for Laughing at Jeff Sessions 
Tina Nguyen, Vanity Fair 
Nguyen writes: "The decision to prosecute these protesters suggests a distinctly Trumpian approach to law and order has taken hold within the Justice Department." 
US Senators Draw Up Proposed Sanctions Against Venezuela 
Excerpt: "U.S. Senators are gearing up to intervene in Venezuela, according to Reuters report published Wednesday. The group of bipartisan Senators are looking to push through legislation which would see US$10 million sent to the country as humanitarian aid, as well as impose new sanctions, intelligence reports and instructing the U.S. State Department to lead a regional effort to help ease the ongoing unrest in the South American country." 
Oil Pipeline in Colorado Caused Deadly Home Explosion, Killing 2 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "The deadly April 17 explosion in the town of Firestone, Colorado, was caused by a leak from a small, abandoned pipeline that was still connected to a natural gas well owned by Anadarko Petroleum, investigators announced Tuesday." 

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