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Saturday, July 1, 2017

RSN: Naomi Klein: The Worst Is Yet to Come With Trump, so We Must Be Ready for Shock Politics

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Naomi Klein: The Worst Is Yet to Come With Trump, so We Must Be Ready for Shock Politics
Naomi Klein. (photo: Ed Kashi)
Amy Goodman and Naomi Klein, Democracy Now!
Excerpt: "Now, I've spent a lot of time thinking about shock. Ten years ago, I published The Shock Doctrine, an investigation that spanned four decades, from Pinochet's U.S.-backed coup in 1970s Chile to Hurricane Katrina in 2005. I noticed a brutal and recurring tactic by right-wing governments."

CBO Latest Estimate: Trumpcare Would Cost 32 Million Coverage
Tami Luhby, CNN Money
Luhby writes: "Republican senators are skittish enough that their health care bill would leave 22 million people more without health insurance by 2026, compared to Obamacare."
Were Voting Machines Actually Breached? DHS Would Rather Not Know
Sam Thielman, Talking Points Memo
Thielman writes: "Pressure to examine voting machines used in the 2016 election grows daily as evidence builds that Russian hacking attacks were broader and deeper than previously known. And the Department of Homeland Security has a simple response."
At Least 25 States Resist Trump Commission's Effort to Gather Voters' Personal Data
Mark Berman and David Weigel, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "President Trump's voting commission stumbled into public view this week, issuing a sweeping request for nationwide voter data that drew sharp condemnation from election experts and resistance from more than two dozen states that said they cannot or will not hand over all of the data."
All the Police Have to Do Is Utter Those Five Magic Words: I Feared for My Life
Janine Jackson, FAIR
Jackson writes: "If there is a word for being stunned and stunned again, and yet unable to become numb, it would go some way towards describing how people - especially black people - felt as we heard the verdict in the case of the murder of Philando Castile."
Canada's Indigenous Resist 150 Years of Colonization, Genocide
Excerpt: "While the Canadian government spends a half-billion dollars on celebrations for 'Canada 150,' Indigenous organized events and protests are standing in steadfast rejection of Canada's legacy of colonization and dispossession."
Trump Approves US-Mexico Pipeline 'That'll Go Right Under the Wall'
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch
Chow writes: "President Donald Trump has approved the construction of a new U.S.-Mexico pipeline that will go 'right under' the controversial border wall."

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