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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

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Andy Borowitz | Comedians Protest Anthony Scaramucci's Ouster 
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Andy Borowitz, New Yorker 
Borowitz writes: "Thousands of angry comedians protested outside the White House on Monday afternoon, demanding the immediate reinstatement of the ousted communications director Anthony Scaramucci." 
David Sirota and Alex Kotch | Bernie Sanders' Bill to Allow Import of Prescription Drugs From Canada Would Save US Government $6 Billion 
David Sirota and Alex Kotch, International Business Times 
Excerpt: "Allowing Americans to purchase lower-priced medicines from other countries would save the federal government alone more than $6 billion, according to a new analysis from the Congressional Budget Office." 
State Department Scrubbing Democracy Promotion From Its Mission 
Josh Rogin, The Washington Post 
Rogin writes: "Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has ordered his department to redefine its mission and issue a new statement of purpose to the world. The draft statements under review right now are similar to the old mission statement, except for one thing - any mention of promoting democracy is being eliminated." 
Lawsuit: Fox News Concocted Seth Rich Story With Oversight From White House 
David Folkenflik, NPR 
Folkenflik writes: "The Fox News Channel and a wealthy supporter of President Trump worked in concert under the watchful eye of the White House to concoct a story about the death of a young Democratic National Committee aide, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday." 
Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio Convicted of Criminal Contempt 
Colin Dwyer, NPR 
Dwyer writes: "Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff who garnered nationwide attention for his crackdown on illegal immigration, has been convicted of criminal contempt by a federal judge in Arizona. The ruling carries a possible maximum sentence of six months in jail and a monetary fine for the 85-year-old Arpaio." 
Nissan Attacked for One of 'Nastiest Anti-Union Campaigns' in Modern US History 
Mike Elk, Guardian UK 
Elk writes: "Days before a potentially historic union vote at the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi, the car company has been accused of running one of the "nastiest anti-union campaigns in the modern history of the American labour movement"." 
Just Released Docs Show Monsanto 'Executives Colluding With Corrupted EPA Officials to Manipulate Scientific Data' 
Carey Gillam, EcoWatch 
Gillam writes: "Four months after the publication of a batch of internal Monsanto Co. documents stirred international controversy, a new trove of company records was released early Tuesday, providing fresh fuel for a heated global debate over whether or not the agricultural chemical giant suppressed information about the potential dangers of its Roundup herbicide and relied on U.S. regulators for help." 

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