Since the Dilly, Dally, Delay & Stall Law Firms are adding their billable hours, the Toyota U.S.A. and Route 44 Toyota posts have been separated here:

Route 44 Toyota Sold Me A Lemon

Thursday, June 1, 2017

RSN: Trevor Timm | Ice Agents Are out of Control. And They Are Only Getting Worse

It's Live on the HomePage Now: 
Reader Supported News

Trevor Timm | Ice Agents Are out of Control. And They Are Only Getting Worse 
Sean Spicer said the president wanted to 'take the shackles off' Ice agents so they could conduct more arrests.' (photo: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters) 
Trevor Timm, Guardian UK 
Timm writes: "The agency, emboldened by Trump's xenophobic rhetoric, is out of control - and Congress is doing little to stop them." 
Trump to Allow Return of Russian Compounds That Obama Ordered Vacated After Election Hacking 
Karen DeYoung and Adam Entous, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "The Trump administration is moving toward handing back to Russia two diplomatic compounds, near New York City and on Maryland's Eastern Shore, that its officials were ejected from in late December as punishment for Moscow's interference in the 2016 presidential election." 
Trump Exempts Entire Senior Staff From White House Ethics Rules 
Lachlan Markay, The Daily Beast 
Markay writes: "President Donald Trump has exempted his entire senior staff from provisions of his own ethics rules to allow them to work with political and advocacy groups that support the administration." 
Democrats' Waffling on Abortion Rights Isn't Just Wrong, It's a Huge Political Mistake 
Kathleen Geier, In These Times 
Geier writes: "At a time when women's reproductive rights are more vulnerable than they've been in decades, party leaders like Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi have been pushing the weaselly message that being pro-choice is not a 'litmus test' for Democrats and that the party is a 'big tent.'" 
A Noose Was Left in the African American Museum of the Smithsonian 
Dennis Young, Fusion 
Young writes: "A visitor to the National Museum of African American History and Culture found a noose on the floor of an exhibit." 
US SEAL Raid Killed Five Yemen Civilians, Says Rights Group Disputing US Claims 
Julian Borger, Guardian UK 
Borger writes: "London-based human rights group cites local sources, who say the raid went wrong from the start when US Navy Seals opened fire on a 70-year-old man." 
Exxon Shareholders Vote to Force Company to Disclose Climate Risks 
Samantha Page, ThinkProgress 
Page writes: "In a first, the oil and gas giant will be forced to consider risks to its assets as the world moves to a low-carbon future." 

Contribute to RSN
Become a Fan of RSN on Facebook and Twitter

No comments: