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Monday, August 7, 2017

RSN: Garrison Keillor | Taking Stock in the Ordinary Goodness of Life

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Garrison Keillor | Taking Stock in the Ordinary Goodness of Life 
Trump and his son Donald Trump Jr. at a news conference at Trump Tower. (photo: Jabin Botsford/WP)
Garrison Keillor, The Oregonian
Keillor writes: "We will survive this. He will do what damage he can, like a man burning books out of anger that he can't read, but there will still be plenty of books left."
This Trump Real Estate Deal Looks Awfully Like Criminal Tax Fraud
David Herzig and Bridget Crawford, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "President Trump clearly doesn't want to release his income tax returns to the public. Members of the public and commentators have progressed through stages of outrage, speculation and acceptance that they'll never see the goods, while others have made attempts to pry the documents free."
The Trials of Jeff Sessions: Trump's Radical Attorney General
Janet Reitman, Rolling Stone
Reitman writes: "'It was like a running joke, what a wackadoodle he was,' one Senate staffer tells me. Now, as the staffer and others have marveled, the wackadoodle runs the Justice Department."
Will Martin Shkreli's Fraud Conviction Wipe the Smirk off His Face?
Arwa Mahdawi, Guardian UK
Mahdawi writes: "When even Donald Trump thinks you look like a 'spoiled brat,' you know you've achieved something."
Facebook Is Using an "NRA Approach" to Defend Its Creepy Facial Recognition Programs
April Glaser, Slate
Glaser writes: "There's a court case in Illinois that challenges Facebook's collection of biometric data without users' permission, and the social media giant is fighting tooth and nail to defend itself."
Israel Moves to Close Al Jazeera, Ban Its Journalists
Al Jazeera
Excerpt: "Israel is moving forward to revoke media credentials of Al Jazeera journalists and close the network's office in Jerusalem, the country's communication minister has announced."
72 Years After Hiroshima, Where Is Japan's Commitment to End Nuclear Weapons?
Yuko Yoneda, Greenpeace
Yoneda writes: "On the 72nd anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, we stand in solidarity with the survivors and those across the world who have campaigned against nuclear weaponry and call for Japan to join the treaty."

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