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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

RSN: Michael Moore: "I'm in a Take-No-Prisoners Mode"

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Michael Moore: "I'm in a Take-No-Prisoners Mode" 
Michael Moore. (photo: Where to Invade Next) 
Travis M. Andrews, The Washington Post 
Andrews writes: "Ever since Donald Trump announced his candidacy, Michael Moore has voiced his opposition on nearly every available medium." 
Trump Administration Is Sued Over Alleged Intimidation of Federal Workers 
Peter Overby, NPR 
Overby writes: "As Trump appointees take their new positions in the federal bureaucracy, a legal battle is escalating over alleged intimidation of the civil servants who make the government function." 
Police Shooting of Texas Teen in Moving Car Violated Federal Guidance 
Jamiles Lartey, Guardian UK 
Lartey writes: "When a Dallas-area police officer fired shots into a moving car on Saturday night, killing 15-year-old Jordan Edwards, the officer did so in direct violation of federal guidance and widespread police department best practices." 
Sold for Parts: How One of the US's Most Dangerous Companies Used Immigration Law Against Immigrant Workers Hurt on the Job 
Michael Grabell, ProPublica 
Grabell writes: "One of the most dangerous companies in the U.S. took advantage of immigrant workers. Then, when they got hurt or fought back, it used America's laws against them." 
Jimmy Kimmel Might Have Struck the Final Blow Against the GOP Health-Care Plan 
Margaret Hartmann, New York Magazine 
Hartmann writes: "After weeks of negotiations, last week House Republicans reached a compromise that they said could finally allow them to repeal and replace Obamacare. It involves letting states opt out of certain Obamacare provisions, which would allow insurers to once again charge people with preexisting conditions exorbitant fees." 
The Role of NGOs in Africa: Are They a Force for Good? 
Excerpt: "Non-governmental organisations have become key actors in responding to poverty and related suffering. In Africa, NGOs play a leading role in providing health care and education." 
Life on the Keystone XL Route: Where Opponents Fear the 'Black Snake' 
Oliver Laughland, Guardian UK 
Laughland writes: "'Our people call it the black snake because it is evil,' says Tressa Welch, as thunder clouds steamroll the blue sky over the plains of Wolf Point. 'And like snakes they come out of nowhere; they slither and strike unknown.'" 

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