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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

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Noam Chomsky | Requiem for the American Dream 
Noam Chomsky. (photo: Graeme Robertson) 
Noam Chomsky, Moyers & Company 
Chomsky writes: "Neoliberalism has this dual character, which goes right back in economic history. One set of rules for the rich. Opposite set of rules for the poor." 
America's Worst Voter Suppression Law Dies in the Supreme Court 
Robert Barnes, The Washington Post 
Barnes writes: "The Supreme Court will not consider reinstating North Carolina's 2013 voting law that a lower court ruled discriminated against African American voters, the justices said Monday." 
US Accuses Syria of Mass Executions and Burning Bodies 
Karen DeYoung, The Washington Post 
DeYoung writes: "The Syrian government has constructed and is using a crematorium inside its notorious Sednaya military prison outside Damascus to clandestinely dispose of thousands of prisoners it continues to execute inside the facility, according to the State Department." 
They Hate the US Government, and They're Multiplying: The Terrifying Rise of 'Sovereign Citizens' 
J. Oliver Conroy, Guardian UK 
Conroy writes: "Although the Trump administration is reportedly planning to restructure the Department of Homeland Security's countering violent extremism (CVE) program to focus exclusively on radical Islam, a 2014 national survey of 175 law enforcement agencies ranked sovereign citizens, not Islamic terrorists, as the most pressing terrorist threat." 
House Republican Writes Letter to Constituent's Employer Complaining About Her Progressive Activism 
Aaron Rupar, ThinkProgress 
Rupar writes: "One of the most powerful House Republicans - Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ), the new chair of the House Appropriations Committee - got a constituent in trouble by writing a letter to her employer that called out her progressive activism." 
Yanis Varoufakis | Congratulations, President Macron - Now We Oppose You 
Yanis Varoufakis, Project Syndicate 
Varoufakis writes: "Relieved that Macron won, and proud of our clear support for him, we must now fulfill the second part of the promise. No 'honeymoon' period: we must oppose Macron immediately. Here's why." 
US Bank Becomes First Major Bank to Stop Financing Pipeline Construction, EcoWatch 
Excerpt: "U.S. Bank has become the first major bank in the U.S. to formally exclude gas and oil pipelines from their project financing. This groundbreaking change to their Environmental Responsibility Policy was publicly announced at the annual shareholders meeting in Nashville in April." 

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