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Monday, July 24, 2017

RSN: Juan Cole | Top Five Rogues Pardoned by Presidents; Will Trump Try to Be 6th?




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Juan Cole | Top Five Rogues Pardoned by Presidents; Will Trump Try to Be 6th? 
Donald Trump. (photo: AP) 
Juan Cole, Informed Comment 
Cole writes: "Trump has been tweeting again, this time about his unlimited ability to pardon people according to the Constitution." 
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Paul Ryan Doesn't Like It When We're Angry 
Mara Pellittieri, Talk Poverty 
Pellittieri writes: "Ryan's plea that we all just calm down-that we not 'base our arguments on emotion' and instead 'have a great debate on ideas and principles' - feels like a willful misunderstanding of the stakes that this administration has created." 
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Obamacare and the Limits of Propaganda 
Benjamin Hart, New York Magazine 
Hart writes: "As Republicans fumble around in the dark trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the law has never been more well-liked." 
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Human Trafficking Tragedy With Eight Found Dead in Trailer Outside Walmart 
Associated Press 
Excerpt: "Eight people were found dead in a tractor-trailer loaded outside a Walmart store in the stifling summer heat of Texas, in what police said was a horrific human trafficking case. The driver was arrested." 
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Visa Issues Take Spotlight After Burundi Teens Exit Event 
Associated Press 
Excerpt: "Event organizers believe the teens may have planned their disappearance, and members of the Burundi-American community say they have little doubt the teens are planning to seek asylum, either in the U.S. or in Canada." 
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Court Upholds Mass Death Penalty in Egyptian Prosecutor Assassination Case 
Jihad Abaza, Middle East Eye 
Abaza writes: "An Egyptian court on Saturday upheld the death sentences of 28 defendants accused of assassinating Egypt's top prosecutor, General Hisham Barakat, in a car bomb attack in Cairo in June 2015." 
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Government Whistleblower Sounds the Alarm on Villages Threatened by Climate Change 
John Light, Moyers and Company 
Light writes: "A government scientist is speaking out against the Trump administration." 
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