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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

RSN: Sophia A. McClennen | Trump Is a Drug - and the Media Is Addicted

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Sophia A. McClennen | Trump Is a Drug - and the Media Is Addicted 
Donald Trump. (photo: Getty Images/Alex Wong/jakkapan21/Salon) 
Sophia A. McClennen, Salon 
McClennen writes: "A new Harvard study shows that media coverage of Trump's first 100 days is three times higher than other presidents'." 
Walter Shapiro | Jared Kushner's Charmed Life Is About to Come to a Screeching Halt 
Walter Shapiro, Guardian UK 
Shapiro writes: "Perhaps Jared Kushner really believed that his New York real-estate skills set him up to bring peace to the Middle East, solve the opioid crisis, run a government SWAT team of business experts and protect his father-in-law from disloyal White House advisers." 
Portland Knife Attack: Tension High as 'Free Speech Rally' Set for Weekend 
Jason Wilson, Guardian UK 
Wilson writes: "With a suspected white supremacist charged with murdering two men, an 'alt-right' organizer refuses to back down. 'Antifascists' are vowing to oppose him." 
Democrats Should Propose an Actual 'Middle Class' Tax Cut 
Eric Levitz, New York Magazine 
Levitz writes: "There is a broad consensus on Team Blue that the tax code should be more progressive. It shouldn't be difficult for Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to unite most elected Democrats around a tax-reform blueprint." 
Taking Single-Payer Seriously 
Dave Kamper, Jacobin 
Kamper writes: "Medicare for All is a moral imperative. But the urgency of passing it doesn't mean we can forget about the details." 
Zapatistas Back Indigenous Woman to Run for Mexico's Presidency 
Excerpt: "Maria de Jesus Patricio 'Marichui' Martinez will be backed by the Zapatista Army of National Liberation in a break from more than two decades of the rebel group's rejecting the Mexican state and its electoral politics." 
Farm to School Program Saves Big Bucks, Slashes Carbon Footprint at 100 Oakland Schools 
Melissa Hellmann, Yes! Magazine 
Hellmann writes: "A study by the environmental nonprofit, Friends of the Earth, found that a Farm to School initiative has not only provided its 48,000 or so students with access to healthier foods, but that between 2012 and 2015 food costs declined and the carbon footprint shrank for the area." 

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