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Monday, July 31, 2017

RSN: Jeffrey Toobin | Jeff Sessions: This Time, It's Personal

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Jeffrey Toobin | Jeff Sessions: This Time, It's Personal 
Jeff Sessions. (photo: AP) 
Jeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker 
Toobin writes: "Trump’s willful misunderstanding of the obligations of an Attorney General reflects a larger flaw in his Presidency and in his character." 
The Future of Universal Health Care Is Medicaid 
Jamelle Bouie, Slate 
Bouie writes: "Despite Friday’s setback, the GOP remains committed to repealing the Affordable Care Act and scaling back the social safety net. Which is to say that it’s still too early to call that effort 'dead.' But it is a good time for Democrats to start thinking about the future of health reform." 
North Korean Missile Did Not Endanger North American Mainland, US Military Officials Announce 
Bruce Finley, The Denver Post 
Finley writes: "North Korea’s latest intercontinental ballistic missile launch did not endanger North America, military officials responsible for defending the U.S. mainland announced Sunday afternoon." 
New Google Algorithm Restricts Access to Left-Wing, Progressive Web Sites 
Andre Damon and Niles Niemuth, World Socialist Web Site 
Excerpt: "Using the broad and amorphous category of fake news, the aim of the change to Google's search system is to restrict access to alternative web sites, whose coverage and interpretation of events conflict with those of such establishment media outlets as the New York Times and the Washington Post. By flagging content in such a way that it does not appear in the first one or two pages of a search result, Google is able to effectively block users' access to it." 
Putin Orders Cut of 755 Personnel at US Missions 
Andrew Roth, The Washington Post 
Roth writes: "Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that the U.S. diplomatic missions in Moscow and elsewhere in the country will have to reduce their staffs by 755 people, signaling a significant escalation in the Russian response to American sanctions over the Kremlin's intervention in the 2016 presidential election." 
Several Countries Reject Venezuela's Election to Rewrite Constitution 
Emma Bowman, NPR 
Bowman writes: "Several nations are refusing to recognize the vote, including Canada, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico." 
The Westerman Bill: The Timber Industry's Wet Dream 
Andy Kerr, Andy Kerr's Website 
Kerr writes: "Introduced by Representative Bruce Westerman (R-4th-AR), the bill is the timber industry's wet dream legislation. In only his second term in Congress, Westerman has received more campaign contributions from Big Timber than any other industry." 

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