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Friday, May 5, 2017

RSN: Juan Cole | How President Bannon's Whiteboard Sank Trump

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Juan Cole | How President Bannon's Whiteboard Sank Trump 
Steve Bannon in front of his whiteboard. (photo: CNN) 
Juan Cole, Informed Comment 
Cole writes: "It turns out that these disastrous EO's haven't been The Tangerine One's ideas at all. He's just taking marching orders from President Bannon's whiteboard checklist." 
'Their Dream President': Trump Just Gave White Evangelicals a Big Boost 
Sarah Pulliam Bailey, The Washington Post 
Bailey writes: "Many religious conservatives who endorsed Trump have been waiting for him to continue fulfilling a series of promises he made during his campaign. After years of battling with the Obama administration, many of them see Trump as a breath of fresh air." 
Jessica Valenti | The Handmaid's Tale Is Timely. But That's Not Why It's So Terrifying 
Jessica Valenti, Guardian UK 
Valenti writes: "When Hulu released a trailer for their adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian classic The Handmaid's Tale, some conservatives didn't realize the series was based on a decades-old novel - they thought it was created in response to Trump's presidential win." 
Under the GOP's Health Plan, Sexual Assault and Rape Would Be Considered Pre-Existing Conditions 
Sarah Spellings, New York Magazine 
Spellings writes: "An amendment in the GOP health-care-reform bill will allow states to deny coverage for preexisting conditions, including sexual assault." 
Julian Brave NoiseCat | I Was Arrested for Protesting. My Idealism Did Not Prepare Me for That Experience 
Julian Brave NoiseCat, Guardian UK 
NoiseCat writes: "Among the marchers there is a small but growing community of refuseniks who consider civil disobedience and arrest as potential and even essential actions to further these diverse causes. I am among them." 
Hog Farms Spray Pig Urine, Feces Into Air Around North Carolina's Black Communities 
Juliana Rose Pignataro, International Business Times 
Pignataro writes: "Residents in North Carolina are fighting back against one of the state's most prominent industries: hog farming. But the legislation may not be on their side." 
North Dakota Plagued by Oil Spills: 745 in One Year 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "Energy companies say that pipelines are the safest way to transport oil, but a number of recent spills plague the now-completed Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), which could start service as soon as May 14." 

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