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Sunday, August 6, 2017

RSN: Charles Pierce | It All Begins With the People in the Streets

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Charles Pierce | It All Begins With the People in the Streets 
A victory on healthcare. (photo: Getty Images)
Charles Pierce, Esquire
Pierce writes: "All week, the South Lawn of the Capitol had been the scene of protests of varying sizes, all of them directed at the U.S. Senate for the purposes of demonstrating how unpopular were that body's attempts to slice and dice the Affordable Care Act."
IED Responsible for Explosion at Minnesota Islamic Center
CBS Minnesota
Excerpt: "Asad Zaman, the executive director of Muslim American Society of Minnesota, says a device was thrown inside as people were preparing for morning prayer."
Republicans Aren't Tired of Winning Under Trump. In Fact, More Think They're Losing.
Aaron Blake, The Washington Post
Blake writes: "Republicans may still like President Trump, but they aren't yet tired of winning - not even close. In fact, more Republican and GOP-leaning voters say their side is losing on the issues that matter to them."
Fox News' Eric Bolling Accused of Sending Lewd Pics to Female Colleagues
David Boddiger, Splinter
Boddiger writes: "If the accusations against Bolling are true, they would become the latest in a string of scandals at a network that has become a den for sexual predators, misogynists, racists, and promulgators of pro-Trump fake news."
Black People Aren't Keeping White Americans Out of College. Rich People Are.
Christine Emba, The Washington Post
Emba writes: "The 200th day of Donald Trump's presidency draws near, and his legislative failures have become all too apparent. What better time to change the conversation and re-energize the base? And what better way than by raising the lightning rod that is affirmative action?"
America's Long Tradition of Rejecting Immigrants
Jack Schwartz, The Daily Beast
Schwartz writes: "There is a subtext to Miller's admonition: That the Statue of Liberty does not celebrate a land of immigrants but is rather a memorial to republican virtue."
Keystone XL: Low Oil Prices, Tar Sands Pullout Could Kill Pipeline Plan
Phil McKenna, Inside Climate News
McKenna writes: "It will be close to three years, at least, before oil could possibly be moving through the controversial Keystone XL pipeline - if the pipeline is completed at all. Company officials now concede that after battling protests and regulatory hurdles for nearly a decade, market forces could scuttle the project."

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