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Saturday, June 10, 2017

RSN: Dan Rather | What Is Patriotism?

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Dan Rather | What Is Patriotism? 
Dan Rather. (photo: Christopher Patey) 
Dan Rather, Dan Rather's Facebook Page 
Rather writes: "What is patriotism? It is question that occupies my mind today as the nation I love dearly is beset by crises that threaten to overwhelm the basic tenets of our cherished democracy." 
Oh and, Trump's Lawyer Has Ties to Russia Too 
Shawn Boburg, The Washington Post 
Boburg writes: "The hard-charging New York lawyer President Trump chose to represent him in the Russia investigation has prominent clients with ties to the Kremlin, a striking pick for a president trying to escape the persistent cloud that has trailed his administration." 
What Bill Cosby's Accusers Have to Endure on the Stand 
Jia Tolentino, The New Yorker 
Tolentino writes: "After each of the first few days of Bill Cosby's depressing criminal trial for the alleged rape of Andrea Constand, I have dragged myself back to my extended-stay hotel, in East Norriton, Pennsylvania, and the same thought has intruded as soon as I walk into my room: If I ever were to find myself testifying against a person who had sexually assaulted me, I would be a terrible witness." 
Trump Seeks to Reopen Cases of Hundreds Reprieved From Deportation 
Excerpt: "The Trump administration has moved to reopen the cases of hundreds of undocumented people who were reprieved from deportation under Barack Obama, according to government data, court documents and interviews with immigration lawyers." 
The Strange Origins of the GOP Ideology That Rejects Caring for the Poor 
Jack Jenkings, ThinkProgress 
Jenkings writes: "The ongoing Capitol Hill brawl over health care and budget cuts is getting Biblical." 
Brazil Court Decides Not to Oust Scandal-Plagued Temer 
Excerpt: "Brazil's top electoral court dismissed a case on Friday that threatened to unseat President Michel Temer for allegedly receiving illegal campaign funds in the 2014 election when he was the running mate of ousted former President Dilma Rousseff." 
Federal Judge Denies Trump Administration Appeal in Youth Climate Lawsuit 
Our Children's Trust 
Excerpt: "U.S. District Court Judge Ann Aiken issued an order Thursday denying motions filed by the Trump administration and the fossil fuel industry that sought to appeal her Nov. 10, 2016 order in Juliana v. United States to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals." 

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