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Monday, May 22, 2017

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Mort Rosenblum | Enough Freak Show: This Is Life and Death 
Donald Trump. (photo: USA Today) 
Mort Rosenblum, Mort Rosenblum's Website 
Rosenblum writes: "Statecraft is no job for unhinged narcissists who don't read. At a time when so many citizens make snap judgments based on news snippets, we need a president and lawmakers we can trust, respect and believe."
White House Moves to Block Ethics Inquiry Into Ex-Lobbyists on Payroll 
Eric Lipton, The New York Times 
Lipton writes: "The Trump administration, in a significant escalation of its clash with the government's top ethics watchdog, has moved to block an effort to disclose any ethics waivers granted to former lobbyists who have work in the White House or federal agencies." 
Trump's Budget Proposal to Slash Medicaid, Food Stamps 
Damian Paletta, The Washington Post 
Paletta writes: "President Trump's first major budget proposal on Tuesday will include massive cuts to Medicaid and call for changes to anti-poverty programs that would give states new power to limit a range of benefits, people familiar with the planning said, despite growing unease in Congress about cutting the safety net." 
Notre Dame Students Walk Out of Pence's Commencement Speech in Protest 
Natasha Geiling, ThinkProgress 
Geiling writes: "More than 100 students walked out to draw attention to Pence's harmful policies." 
The Small Texas City Fighting to Remain a 'Safe Haven' for Immigrants 
Tom Dart, Guardian UK 
Dart writes: "El Cenizo is now back in the national news, 18 years after a flurry of attention when it decided to make life easier for most of its residents by holding city meetings in Spanish, generating criticism from conservative groups who felt that not using English was unAmerican." 
Thousands March Against Corruption in Dominican Republic 
Excerpt: "Thousands of people in the Dominican Republic on Sunday participated in a massive anti-corruption march held in the southern city of Azua." 
The Paper Company Threatening Ancient Boreal Forests - and Activists and Journalists 
Colin Beavan, Yes! Magazine 
Beavan writes: "Should I even write this article? Or should I sit back and hope someone else with better access to legal funds will tell you? Maybe the New York Times will tell you. Oh wait. The Times is printed on paper from Resolute. Well then, the Washington Post. Oh, hell. They get paper from Resolute, too. The LA Times? Yup. Them, too." 

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