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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

RSN: Garrison Keillor | The First 100 Days of My Presidency Have Been Tremendous

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Garrison Keillor | The First 100 Days of My Presidency Have Been Tremendous 
Garrison Keillor. (photo: WPR) 
Garrison Keillor, The Washington Post 
Keillor writes: "My first 100 days as Numero Uno have been fantastically tremendous as we begin to make progress to clean up the mess that I inherited." 
Trump Treasury Secretary to Wall Street: 'You Should Thank Me for Your Bank Stocks Doing Better' 
Judd Legum, ThinkProgress 
Legum writes: "Speaking to an elite Wall Street audience in Beverly Hills, Trump administration Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said he deserved a thank you." 
Kshama Sawant | Why We Should Strike on May Day 
Kshama Sawant, Jacobin 
Sawant writes: "Let's seize the time and make this May Day a turning point in the struggle to bring down this dangerous administration and put forward the type of politics than can challenge the rule of the billionaire class." 
Guns and Religion: How American Conservatives Grew Closer to Putin's Russia 
Rosalind S. Helderman and Tom Hamburger, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "The 'value system' of Russians and conservatives on religion and guns is 'very much in line,' a GOP lawyer says." 
'If I Had My Gun on Me, I'd Shoot Him': The Civil War Over Confederate Statues in New Orleans 
Matthew Teague, Guardian UK 
Teague writes: "The city of New Orleans surrendered early during the actual Civil War, after the Confederates left it poorly defended. This time, though, reinforcements from far afield have arrived to hoist the battle flag." 
Defiant Rallies for Worker Rights Mark May Day Around World 
Associated Press 
Excerpt: "Police detained 70 people in Istanbul as they tried to march. Garment workers in Cambodia defied a government ban to demand higher wages, and businesses in Puerto Rico were boarded up as the U.S. territory braced for a huge strike over austerity measures." 
180 Climate Deniers in Congress Received $82 Million in Dirty Money 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "New research shows that the 180 climate-denying members of Congress-plus President Trump, who famously denounced global warming as a hoax-have received more than $82 million from fossil fuel industries." 

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