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Photo: Rick Perry: 'Righteous' fossil fuels help prevent sexual assaults Rick Perry: 'Righteous' fossil fuels help prevent sexual assaults
Raw Story - Thu Nov 2, 2017
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry said on Thursday that bringing fossil fuels to the developing world will prevent sexual assaults because rapes are less difficult in the dark. More»

Photo: GOP senator: Millionaires deserve the tax breaks because poor people "create nothing" GOP senator: Millionaires deserve the tax breaks because poor people "create nothing"
ShareBlue Media - Thu Nov 2, 2017
The Republican tax scheme to give handouts to billionaires and corporations at the expense of millions of working families is increasingly unpopular - so much so that the GOP delayed the release of their draft bill. More»

Photo: Congressional candidate claims she was abducted by aliens, can communicate extraterrestrials Congressional candidate claims she was abducted by aliens, can communicate extraterrestrials
New York Daily News - Mon Oct 16, 2017
A politician in Miami, who is running to replace Republican Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen when she retires, claims that she was once taken aboard a spaceship by aliens where they discussed a number of topics. More»

Photo: Tom Price Resigns As Health And Human Services Secretary Tom Price Resigns As Health And Human Services Secretary
Huffington Post - Sat Sep 30, 2017
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price has resigned his post just a week into a growing scandal over his frequent use of chartered and military flights that cost American taxpayers more than $1 million. More»

Photo: Koch network 'piggy banks' closed until Republicans pass health and tax reform Koch network 'piggy banks' closed until Republicans pass health and tax reform
The Guardian - Wed Sep 20, 2017
At a weekend donor retreat attended by at least 18 elected officials, the Koch brothers warned that time is running out to push their agenda, most notably healthcare and tax reform, through Congress. More»

Photo: Georgia GOPer warns black attorney she 'may go missing' if she tries to remove Confederate monument Georgia GOPer warns black attorney she 'may go missing' if she tries to remove Confederate monument
Raw Story - Wed Aug 30, 2017
A Republican member of the Georgia House of Representatives issued a veiled threat of lynching to a black former colleague who expressed anti-Confederate memorial sentiments on his Facebook. More»

Photo: Trump: I pardoned Joe Arpaio during Hurricane Harvey because 'the ratings would be higher' Trump: I pardoned Joe Arpaio during Hurricane Harvey because 'the ratings would be higher'
Dead State - Tue Aug 29, 2017
This past Friday, President Trump pardoned former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the wake of his July conviction for defying a court order to stop illegally profiling members his town's Hispanic community. More»

Photo: A professor of German history explains the true horror of Trump's response to Charlottesville A professor of German history explains the true horror of Trump's response to Charlottesville
Raw Story - Wed Aug 16, 2017
As a scholar of modern German history, I've been working on a study of antisemitism in Germany and the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. More»

Texas governor signs controversial 'rape insurance' abortion coverage into law
Think Progress - Tue Aug 15, 2017
Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) signed a bill Tuesday afternoon, approved by the Senate over the weekend, that would prohibit all insurance companies from covering non-life threatening abortion care in standard health plans. More»

Photo: Georgia Pumps Taxpayer Money into Anti-Choice Fake Clinics Georgia Pumps Taxpayer Money into Anti-Choice Fake Clinics
Rewire - Tue Aug 15, 2017
Georgia is funneling millions in state funds to anti-choice organizations that attempt to prevent people from seeking abortion care. More»

Photo: Justice Department Says Rights Law Doesn't Protect Gays Justice Department Says Rights Law Doesn't Protect Gays
New York Times - Thu Jul 27, 2017
The Justice Department has filed court papers arguing that a major federal civil rights law does not protect employees from discrimination based on sexual orientation, taking a stand against a decision reached under President Barack Obama. More»

Photo: Boy Scouts apologise for Trump's speech Boy Scouts apologise for Trump's speech
BBC - Thu Jul 27, 2017
The chief scout of the Boy Scouts of America has apologised for the remarks made by President Donald Trump at the group's national event this week. More»

Photo: Anthony Scaramucci Called Me to Unload About White House Leakers, Reince Priebus, and Steve Bannon Anthony Scaramucci Called Me to Unload About White House Leakers, Reince Priebus, and Steve Bannon
New Yorker - Thu Jul 27, 2017
He started by threatening to fire the entire White House communications staff. It escalated from there. More»

Photo: From 'fake media' to Clinton, Trump brings political attacks to the Scout Jamboree From 'fake media' to Clinton, Trump brings political attacks to the Scout Jamboree
Washington Post - Tue Jul 25, 2017
Ahead of President Trump's appearance Monday at the National Scout Jamboree in West Virginia, the troops were offered some advice on the gathering's official blog: Fully hydrate. More»

Photo: GOP operative who tried to get Clinton emails from hackers committed suicide GOP operative who tried to get Clinton emails from hackers committed suicide
New York Daily News - Thu Jul 13, 2017
The GOP operative who admitted reaching out to Russian hackers for Hillary Clinton's emails killed himself days after opening up to a reporter. More»

Photo: Many Troubling, Unanswered Questions about Voting Machinery in Georgia House Run Off Many Troubling, Unanswered Questions about Voting Machinery in Georgia House Run Off
Alternet - Mon Jul 3, 2017
The results from Georgia's sixth district congressional race are odd. More»

Georgia Voter Records Exposed On Internet
Associated Press - Wed Jun 21, 2017
A new report says that a security failure left Georgia's 6.7 million voter records and other sensitive files exposed to hackers, and may have been left unpatched for months. More»

Photo: Congressman, others shot during baseball practice near D.C. Congressman, others shot during baseball practice near D.C.
Washington Post - Wed Jun 14, 2017
The Republican lawmakers and their aides had nearly finished batting practice at an Alexandria park Wednesday when they heard a single crack through the sticky early-morning air. More»

Photo: Leaked NSA docs show vote hacking issues raised by the Green Party recount were real Leaked NSA docs show vote hacking issues raised by the Green Party recount were real
Raw Story - Thu Jun 8, 2017
The Greens were right during 2016's presidential recounts when they pressed states to allow computer security experts to examine their election computing systems for evidence of possible hacking. More»

Photo: Trump wants to start charging stores to accept food stamps Trump wants to start charging stores to accept food stamps
CNBC - Wed Jun 7, 2017
The White House proposal to overhaul the US food stamp program - and the deep cuts it would make to benefits for the poorest households - has sparked public outrage on both sides of the aisle. More»

Photo: Georgia GOP Candidate For U.S. House: 'I Do Not Support A Livable Wage' Georgia GOP Candidate For U.S. House: 'I Do Not Support A Livable Wage'
Huffington Post - Wed Jun 7, 2017
GEORGIA - Karen Handel, the Republican candidate for Georgia's 6th Congressional District, said Tuesday that she does "not support a livable wage". More»

Photo: Eric Trump Says Those Who Oppose His Dad Are 'Not Even People' Eric Trump Says Those Who Oppose His Dad Are 'Not Even People'
Yahoo! - Wed Jun 7, 2017
Eric Trump appeared on Sean Hannity's show Tuesday night and lashed out at those who oppose his father's administration, saying they're "not even people. More»

Photo: HUD secretary Ben Carson: Poverty is largely 'a state of mind' HUD secretary Ben Carson: Poverty is largely 'a state of mind'
CNN - Thu May 25, 2017
Washington - Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said in an interview Wednesday that having "the wrong mindset" contributes to poverty. More»

Photo: Comey 'falsely claimed Huma forwarded classified emails to Weiner' Comey 'falsely claimed Huma forwarded classified emails to Weiner'
Daily Mail - Tue May 9, 2017
FBI director James Comey has allegedly admitted to exaggerating the number of Hillary Clinton emails involved in the scandal that was blamed on her losing the presidency race. More»

Photo: Every Senator invited to White House for classified briefing on North Korea Every Senator invited to White House for classified briefing on North Korea
Daily Mail - Mon Apr 24, 2017
US defense leaders and other top officials will give a classified briefing on North Korea to all senators in an unusual meeting at the White House, the Pentagon said Monday. More»

Photo: Spicer: Hitler 'didn't even sink to using chemical weapons,' although he sent Jews to 'the Holocaust center' Spicer: Hitler 'didn't even sink to using chemical weapons,' although he sent Jews to 'the Holocaust center'
Washington Post - Tue Apr 11, 2017
In criticizing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's alleged use of chemical weapons, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday that even Adolf Hitler did not sink to that level of warfare, despite Hitler's use of gas chambers to kill millions of Jews. More»

Photo: Russia suspends agreement preventing direct conflict with American forces Russia suspends agreement preventing direct conflict with American forces
The Independent - Sat Apr 8, 2017
Russian Foreign Ministry says Moscow is suspending memorandum with US that prevented incidents and ensured flight safety in Syria in response to Trump-ordered air strikes. More»

Man Who Would Have Testified Against Trump's Campaign Chair Was Just Shot Dead
Occupy Democrats - Thu Mar 23, 2017
Yesterday, documents surfaced showing that former Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort had received at least $750,000 in illegal payments from former Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych, who is about to be tried for treason in absentia in Ukraine. More»

Photo: Justice Department to Reverse Obama's Hands-Off Policy on Marijuana Justice Department to Reverse Obama's Hands-Off Policy on Marijuana
Democracy Now - Mon Feb 27, 2017
The Trump administration said Thursday it will enforce federal laws barring the use of marijuana, reversing an Obama administration policy that gave wide latitude to states to determine their own pot laws. More»

White House blocks news organizations from press briefing
CNN - Fri Feb 24, 2017
CNN and other news organizations were blocked Friday from a White House press briefing. More»

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