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Thursday, August 3, 2017

RSN: Juan Cole | Top 6 Falsehoods Embraced by New WH Chief of Staff John Kelly

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Juan Cole | Top 6 Falsehoods Embraced by New WH Chief of Staff John Kelly 
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly. IMGCRDTONE
Juan Cole, Informed Comment
Cole writes: "John Kelly will get a lot of good will from having fired the foul-mouthed Anthony Scaramucci. But should he?"
Trump's DHS Ordered Agents to Block Congressmen During Travel Ban
Betsy Woodruff, The Daily Beast
Woodruff writes: "On the chaotic day the Trump administration's travel ban went into effect, high-level Homeland Security officials directed their staff at airports around the country to stiff-arm members of Congress and treat lawyers with deep suspicion."
Court Ruling Could Help Keep Obamacare Subsidies
Amy Goldstein, The Washington Post
Goldstein writes: "A federal appeals court issued a ruling Tuesday that could help preserve a key subsidy that benefits health insurers and millions of Americans under the Affordable Care Act. The ruling could make it more difficult for the White House to carry out recent threats by President Trump to cut off the payments, giving legal standing to a new set of the payments' ­ defenders."
David Sirota | Foxconn Deal Lets Company Ignore Wisconsin Environmental Protection Laws
David Sirota and Jay Cassano, International Business Times
Excerpt: "Apple supplier Foxconn has in recent years been accused of poisoning waterways near its facilities in China. Now Republican Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin is not only proposing to give the company a $3 billion taxpayer subsidy, his administration has also quietly slipped language into a bill that would exempt the Taiwanese conglomerate from state environmental protection laws."
Baltimore Cops Caught on Camera Appearing to Plant Evidence for the Second Time in a Month
Rafi Schwartz, Splinter News
Schwartz writes: "For the second time in just under a month, Baltimore officials have released body camera footage appearing to show the city's police officers planting evidence."
Rex Tillerson Threatens Regime Change in Venezuela
Excerpt: "Tillerson's comments come in the aftermath of unilateral sanctions imposed on Maduro on Monday."
West Texas Board Approves Contentious Water Project to Feed Fracking Operations
David Hunn, The Houston Chronicle
Hunn writes: "A West Texas board unanimously approved a contentious new project to drill into a desert aquifer near Van Horn, build a 60-mile pipeline and ship 5.4 million gallons of water a day from the Apache Mountains to the heart of the nation's most prolific oil field, the Permian Basin, to feed thirsty hydraulic fracturing operations."

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