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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

RSN: "No Is Not Enough": Naomi Klein on Challenging Trump's Shock Doctrine Politics

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"No Is Not Enough": Naomi Klein on Challenging Trump's Shock Doctrine Politics
Naomi Klein. (photo: Maclean's)
Juan Gonzalez, Amy Goodman and Naomi Klein, Democracy Now!
Excerpt: "As President Trump is sued by the attorneys general of Maryland and Washington, D.C., for 'unprecedented constitutional violations' and as another federal appeals court rejects Trump's Muslim ban, we spend the hour with best-selling writer Naomi Klein."
Deputy AG Rosenstein: No Good Cause to Fire Mueller
Lydia Wheeler, The Hill
Wheeler writes: "Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Tuesday said he has not seen good cause to fire Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russian election interference."
Trump's Personal Lawyer Boasted That He Got Preet Bharara Fired
Jesse Eisinger and Justin Elliott, ProPublica
Excerpt: "Marc Kasowitz, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer in the Russia investigation, has boasted to friends and colleagues that he played a central role in the firing of Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, according to four people familiar with the conversations."
Trump's FBI Pick Backed Mass Detentions After 9/11
Betsy Woodruff, The Daily Beast
Woodruff writes: "Donald Trump's pick to be FBI director was at the center of a controversial immigrant detentions in the immediate wake of 9/11, when dozens of people were spirited away to maximum security prisons and kept from communicating with their families and lawyers - sometimes for weeks."
Jeff Sessions Personally Asked Congress to Let Him Prosecute Medical Marijuana Providers
Christopher Ingraham, The Washington Post
Ingraham writes: "Attorney General Jeff Sessions is asking congressional leaders to undo federal medical marijuana protections that have been in place since 2014, according to a May letter that became public Monday."
Central America Braces for Return of US Military-Led Foreign Policy
Nina Lakhani, Guardian UK
Lakhani writes: "Central America is bracing itself for a return to military-led US foreign policy amid rising fears that sweeping aid cuts and mass deportations could destabilize the region."
After Coal, a Small Kentucky Town Builds a Healthier, More Creative Economy
Peter Slavin, YES! Magazine
Slavin writes: "Nearly 50 years ago, on a presidential campaign swing through eastern Kentucky, Sen. Robert Kennedy promised to help a disabled coal miner build a community center in the tiny mountain town of Hemphill to give idle youth and others a place for recreation and meetings."

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