2018-06-30: News Headlines

Robin Eileen Bernstein, Salon (2018-06-30). The Naked Truth About Nude Art Modeling. alternet.org "Have you ever been intrigued by what it's like to be a nude art model? " the email from my school asked | Over the years I've scrutinized, squinted at and visually dissected every inch of easily more than 100 naked humans. That's because my passion is figure drawing, so I rack up a lot of hours staring at unclothed adults. Yet these men and women — old and young, all shapes, sizes and ethnicities — whose bodies are exposed from every angle, whose nude images grace my walls, remain unknown to me. I rarely know their names. Who are these people who bare all to a room full of strangers? How does it feel to pose under unforgiving lights as students mentally measure the distance from your clavicle to pubis? I often wonder what it takes to do a job most know little. . .

Anne Branigin (2018-06-30). Black-Owned Indiana Gaming Lounge Targeted With Hate Note, 'We Don't Support Black Business': Report. theroot.com Lvl Up, a new gaming lounge in the Irvington neighborhood of Indianapolis, Ind., has yet to officially open its doors, but owner Sami Ali already has cause for concern. Read more…

Monique Judge on The Grapevine, shared by Monique Judge to The Root (2018-06-30). Lee Daniels Puts Some Respect on Damon Dash's Name and Plans to Pay Him His Money. theroot.com Don't let the release of Drake's new album Scorpion distract you from the fact that Dame Dash walked up to Lee Daniels in the good seats section at the Hollywood Bowl, in the middle of a Diana Ross concert—as Ms. Ross herself was on the stage singing "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)"—and demanded to know where… Read more…

Emma Fiala (2018-06-30). American Jews Ditch Israeli Birthright Trip to Join Anti-Occupation Hebron Tour. mintpressnews.com Activists working on IfNotNow's Not Just a Free Trip campaign have been gathering in airports in the U.S. to engage with Jewish youth before they leave on their Birthright trips. Activists are encouraging participants to question their tour guides about Israel's occupation of Palestine.

Erica Offutt on Kinja Deals, shared by Erica Offutt to The Root (2018-06-30). Amazon's Top-Selling Electric Tea Kettle Is Just $33 Today. theinventory.com Amazon's top-selling electric tea kettle is discounted about $15 today, bringing the price to $33 (after $3 off coupon), which is the best price we've ever seen. | Read more…

Staff (2018-06-30). NSA Deletion of Call Records Is Raising Questions. truthdig.com The agency says 'technical irregularities' were found in customer data collected from telecommunications companies. Data security and privacy rights advocates say the move shows deep flaws in the program.

Anton Woronczuk (2018-06-30). FDA Repays Industry by Rushing Risky Drugs to Market. truthout.org Nuplazid, a drug for hallucinations and delusions associated with Parkinson's disease, failed two clinical trials. In a third trial, under a revised standard for measuring its effect, it showed minimal benefit. Overall, more patients died or had serious side effects on Nuplazid than after receiving no treatment. | Patients on Uloric, a gout drug, suffered more heart attacks, strokes and heart failure in two out of three trials than did their counterparts on standard or no medication. | Nevertheless, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved both of these drugs — with a deadly aftermath. Uloric's manufacturer reported last November that patients on the drug were 34 percent more likely to die from heart disease than people taking an alternative gout medication. And since the FDA fast-tracked approval of Nuplazid and it went on the market in 2016 at a price of $24,000…

MintPress News Desk (2018-06-30). Watch | Saudi Arabia Bombs Residential Neighborhood in Yemen Killing Entire Family. mintpressnews.com SANA'A, YEMEN — Saudi Arabia's war against Yemen is being described as a deliberate war against women and children. Just this Monday, a U.S.-backed Saudi-coalition bombing campaign targeted a residential neighborhood in Amran in northern Yemen, killing 15 civilians and injuring 9, most of whom were women and children. Eight of those killed belonged to […] | Saudi Arabia Bombs Residential Neighborhood in Yemen Killing Entire Family appeared first on MintPress News.

Merula Furtado (2018-06-30). EU's Debt Deal Is "Kiss of Death" for Greece. truthout.org After eight long and extremely painful years of austerity due to gigantic rescue packages that were accompanied by brutal neoliberal measures, in Athens, the "leftist" government of Alexis Tsipras has announced that the era of austerity is now over thanks to the conclusion of a debt agreement with European creditors. | In the early hours of June 22, a so-called "historic" deal on debt relief was reached at a meeting of Eurozone finance ministers after it was assessed that Greece had successfully completed its European Stability Mechanism program, and that there was no need for a follow-up program. | The idea that Greece's bailout programs can be considered a success adds a new twist to the government's Orwellian doublespeak, given the fact that the country has experienced the biggest economic crisis in postwar Europe, with its gross domestic product (GDP) having

Anton Woronczuk (2018-06-30). Ocasio-Cortez Explains What a "Moral" Economy Would Look Like. truthout.org Since Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's stunning primary win over Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) on Tuesday, interest in democratic socialism—the label Ocasio-Cortez unabashedly uses to describe her platform and political outlook—has surged exponentially, prompting corporate TV networks to feature segments on the term and driving a record-breaking membership boost for the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). | Since Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's stunning primary win over Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) on Tuesday, interest in democratic socialism—the label Ocasio-Cortez unabashedly uses to describe her platform and political outlook—has surged exponentially, prompting corporate TV networks to feature segments on the term and driving a record-breaking membership boost for the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). | Watch: | While democratic socialism may not be an "easy term" for Republicans and corporate Democrats, a large percentage of Americans appear to have no problem with…

Michael Moore, Raw Story (2018-06-30). 'Fascism Is at the Door Step': Michael Moore Asks Bill Maher If People Are Ready to Die to Protect Democracy from Trump. alternet.org Moore laid out what he sees as the best way to fight Donald Trump—all out war and mass resistance to counter Republicans who will stop at nothing to control the majority of Americans. | Bill Maher has long been warning that Donald Trump is instituting a slow-moving coup to undermine American democracy. He found a likeminded guest in Michael Moore, who appeared on HBO'sReal Time on Friday night. Moore laid out what he sees as the best way to fight Donald Trump—all out war and mass resistance to counter Republicans who will stop at nothing to control the majority of Americans. "They are relentless, they are motherf*ckers to the core," he said. "This is the beauty and the genius of Trump and why you have to step back for a second and admire him the way Patton admired Rommel. When Trump says he's going to. . .

Anne Branigin (2018-06-30). Toronto Principal Transferred After Being Accused of Racially Profiling Students With 'Black List'. theroot.com To hear Principal Peggy Aitchison of Etobicoke School of the Arts tell it, she was just trying to track gaps in educational support and achievement. So she crafted a list of students which she she shared with other staff at ESA in November. The issue? The list comprised only the school's black students—including its… Read more…

Anne Branigin (2018-06-30). Three Black Senators Introduce Bill to Make Lynching a Federal Hate Crime. theroot.com The Senate's lone black members, Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Tim Scott (R-S.C.), introduced a bill Friday that would make lynching a federal hate crime. Read more…

candice (2018-06-30). Students Push for Restorative Approaches to Campus Sexual Assault. truthout.org In the early 2000s, Suzy Exposito was a busy, ambitious art student at The New School in New York City. She was always hustling. She had a full schedule of classes, worked multiple jobs and was also involved in extracurricular activities, including organizing as an anti-rape activist with her school's feminist collective. It was this work in particular that made her experience with campus sexual assault feel that much worse. | The first time it happened she was 19. The perpetrator was her boyfriend at the time. Exposito was a resident assistant (RA) in the dorm, which was where the assault occurred, so she confided in two of her fellow RAs about what happened. "They instantly told me that I didn't really have any kind of case," Exposito says, because the accused was her boyfriend, and she had invited him over. She…

Teodrose Fikre (2018-06-30). Justice Kennedy Let the Sheepdogs Out. truthdig.com The minute Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, recriminations and hand-wringing could be heard and seen around the nation. Thousands of partisans on all sides of the political divide latched on to the U.S. Supreme Court as a means to "sheepdog" their ever-pliable followers. Hyperbole ruled the day as both Democrats and Republicans took to the airwaves to declare the end of the republic as we know it should the "other side" win. | The Democrats were first out of the chute as they ran faster than Usain Bolt to turn the upcoming judicial hearings into a carrot for their adherents and a stick to bash anyone who dares think for themselves. Bereft of any ideas and exposed as a party of courtiers, they have become a one-trick donkey that stokes fear in order to bamboozle their voters. Justice Kennedy retiring was a…

Anton Woronczuk (2018-06-30). Unions Have Been Down Before, History Shows How They Can Come Back. truthout.org The Janus decision by the US Supreme Court on Wednesday was another blow to the labor movement. It creates a financial incentive for public sector union members to leave the union while continuing their job. | Ever since the beginning of the 1980s clamp-down on the US left, signaled by President Ronald Reagan's firing of the air traffic controllers to end their strike, the labor movement has been besieged by what billionaire Warren Buffett described in the New York Times as a class war started by his class. It's not the first time this has happened in U.S. history. | Labor organized strongly and successfully in the period before World War I, so much so that the 1 percent led a fierce push-back in the 1920s that substantially lowered union membership. While touring for my book "Viking Economics" last year, some people told…

Monique Judge (2018-06-30). Your Dumb President Fell For a Prank Call by Howard Stern's Stuttering John. theroot.com If you need further proof of what an idiot Donald Trump is and what a mockery he's made of the highest public office in our country, the White House and White House security protocols, then look no further than this little tidbit right here: your president returned a prank call to Stuttering John from the Howard Stern… Read more…

Paul Rosenberg, Salon (2018-06-30). Accused Annapolis Mass Shooter Left a Trail of Evidence That Ties Him to the Alt-Right. alternet.org There's little doubt he was influenced and shaped by some of the darkest forces in our society. | When the identity of the apparent gunman in the massacre of five journalists in Annapolis, Maryland, was revealed, area resident John Hutson, a retired Navy admiral who is now a prominent consultant and writer, had a shock of recognition. The suspect, Jarrod Ramos, had contacted Hutson in March 2015, taunting him about his role in alerting law enforcement and thwarting a potential mass killer who threatened schoolchildren and Jews in far-away Montana. That first individual in Montana, David Lenio, overflowed with hyperbolic threats, and Hutson's efforts to stop him succeeded, as I reported at Salon, just after it happened. Ramos was more cryptic less overtly demonstrative—but in the end, far more deadlier. Both were somewhat enigmatic, angry loners, with an unmistakable affinity for. . .

Tom Boggioni, Raw Story (2018-06-30). Trump Prankster Claims He Got a Late Night Visit from the Secret Service — and Now He's on the Run. alternet.org Howard Stern sidekick, 'Stuttering John,' may have gone too far this time | The comedian who pulled a prank on Donald Trump and duped the president into returning his call, live tweeted on Twitter Friday night that the Secret Service came to his door to talk to him, but that he refused to answer and now he claims he's on 'the lam. "John Melendez, the former Howard Stern sidekick known as "Stuttering John," launched a series of tweets making the claim, which given his history as a prankster, could also be an elaborate prank on on his followers or a publicity stunt while he's national news. It also seems curious that the Secret Service would wait so late at night to visit, so his claims should be taken with a grain of salt. Nonetheless, he started off by tweeting, "Secret Service. . .

Mr. Fish (2018-06-30). Dead Weight. truthdig.com

Anton Woronczuk (2018-06-30). Can Trump Turn Back the Clock on Inequality? truthout.org "As your president, I will do everything in my power to protect our LGBTQ citizens from the violence and oppression of a hateful foreign ideology." These were the words of candidate Donald Trump's at the 2016 Republican National Convention, referencing the horrifying shooting massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, the month before. | Leaving aside the blatant racism and Islamophobia of his statement, the past year has shown that Trump's promise couldn't be further from the truth. | Trump's first year in office has been a political roller coaster, with a seemingly never-ending barrage of attacks against workers, the oppressed and the planet, punctuated by spontaneous explosions of protest and resistance. | And at a time when public opinion has largely shifted in solidarity with demands for LGBTQ equality, the Trump administration is carrying out policies that threaten to turn back…

Staff (2018-06-30). Protesters Take to Streets Nationwide Over Trump Immigration Policy. truthdig.com Activists, parents and first-time protesters are rallying in more than 600 American cities, motivated by accounts of children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Anne Branigin on The Grapevine, shared by Anne Branigin to The Root (2018-06-30). Now You Can Get Busy Like Wilt Chamberlain: Basketball Great's Famous 'Sex Room' Mansion Is Up For Sale. theroot.com If you're familiar with Wilt Chamberlain's numbers, you'll know that his most implausible record may have taken place off the court. The 7'1 basketball legend famously claimed he had slept with more than 20,000 women over the course of his life. Read more…

Anton Woronczuk (2018-06-30). Planned Parenthood's Union Busting Could Have a Chilling Effect for Workers Everywhere. truthout.org When Ashley Brink accepted a job at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains (PPRM) in April 2016, she knew it would mean taking a $3 an hour pay cut. It also entailed relocating from Wichita, Kansas, among the cheapest U.S. cities to live in, to Denver, one of the most expensive. | But Brink was passionate about Planned Parenthood's mission. In 2013, she'd helped reopen Wichita's sole abortion clinic, closed four years earlier following the murder of its doctor, George Tiller. After three years of working as the funding and patient coordinator for the small clinic—a job she says included everything from checking in patients to helping them secure funding to travel to Wichita for abortions—she was "ready for a new adventure" with an organization she admired. | As a traveling health center assistant for PPRM, Brink works at multiple clinics across…

Debbie Nathan (2018-06-30). Confusion Reigns at a Texas Courthouse as New Questions Emerge Over Reunification of Migrant Families. theintercept.com Protesters move on the courthouse, the government uses verbal sleight of hand, and a father is prosecuted despite Trump's order banning family separation.

RT (2018-06-30). US woman attacks black teen at swimming pool, bites cop during arrest (VIDEO). rt.com For most people, going to the swimming pool is a relaxing way to pass a sunny afternoon, but things didn't go that way for a South Carolina woman who ended up assaulting a teenager and biting a police officer.

RT (2018-06-30). Donald Trump answers prank call aboard Air Force One. rt.com A US comedian says the Secret Service paid him a visit after he tricked President Donald Trump aboard Air Force One with a prank call in which he pretended to be a Democratic senator.

Human Rights Watch (2018-06-30). Iraqi Authorities Finally Allow Group of Families to Return Home to Anbar. hrw.org Residents of Shahama camp speak with relatives through the camp fence. | | | © 2017 Sami Hilali | Four years after being forced to flee their battle-scarred town, the families of al-Baghdadi are finally home. | Authorities have allowed a group of families back into al-Baghdadi, a town in Anbar governorate 180 kilometers northwest of Baghdad, according to a sheikh representing the families. | The families fled the town in August 2014 after anti-ISIS forces began fighting ISIS fighters in the town with airstrikes and ground-fired munitions. Iraqi security forces retook al-Baghdadi in February 2015. Since then, despite being relatively stable, Iraqi security forces wouldn't allow anyone to return home. The families lived in camps for displaced people in Anbar. | Three individuals from the group of families told Human Rights Watch that…

RT (2018-06-30). 'Time to go': Veteran US ambassador to Estonia resigns over Trump's EU & NATO rants. rt.com Donald Trump's careless statements and clumsy transatlantic policies have reportedly forced the US ambassador to Estonia to retire from his post, saying these values are no longer compatible with "his DNA."

RT (2018-06-30). #FamiliesBelongTogether: Nationwide protests over immigrant separations, detentions (PHOTOS, VIDEOS). rt.com Hundreds of thousands of people are hitting the streets of US cities to demand that President Donald Trump reunite families separated at the Mexico border, end family detentions and abolish his 'zero-tolerance' policy. |

Briahna Gray (2018-06-30). There's an Easy Answer to Why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Won: Socialism. theintercept.com It seems no one can stop talking about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the 28-year-old former bartender who ousted 10-time incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley from his seat in New York's 14th Congressional District last Tuesday. | But some people should. | As I've written before, each electoral contest between now and 2020 will scrutinized for its predictive value, parsed for insights into how to beat Trump. But some of the insights from the prognosticators who ignored the Ocasio-Cortez campaign until she won are, well, not very insightful. | Myriad horse-race callers seem hell-bent on divorcing Ocasio-Cortez's core ideology from any causal analysis of her win, with no discernible motive other than preserving the party's failing strategies, and the strategists paid to enact them, for another election cycle. Others downplay the radical nature of her policy platform by claiming her leftism for the center, and pretending…

RT (2018-06-30). 'This bigoted fool should get ZERO votes': Ted Cruz backs Democrat over Nazi GOP in Illinois. rt.com Ted Cruz may have urged voters to choose a Democratic candidate instead of a self-confessed Nazi running for a congressional seat in Illinois, but the internet is giving him very little credit for speaking out.

RT (2018-06-30). Shhh… Nasa's supersonic silent aircraft gets name reflecting long QueSST to make it. rt.com After decades in the making, NASA' s silent supersonic aircraft seems to have reached the stage it deserved a name. The plane is designed to travel over cities faster than the speed of sound and as quietly as a mouse.

RT (2018-06-30). Put your junk away! Professor halts penis-measurement study over 'public reaction' to pic request. rt.com A US academic who appealed to the public for penis pictures has canceled her research, which has been "compromised" by "public reaction." She failed to elaborate on what was likely a barrage of lewd pictures sent to her inbox.

RT (2018-06-30). Man tries to bribe immigration officer with thousands of dollars to deport wife. rt.com A 48-year-old man from Portland has been charged with three counts of bribing a public official after attempting to pay a US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer to deport his estranged wife and her daughter.

RT (2018-06-30). Rescue crews spend over 30 hours saving deaf puppy in Alabama (VIDEOS). rt.com A team of firefighters, cave rescuers and plumbers spent 31 hours struggling to save a seven-month-old deaf puppy in Huntsville, Alabama.

Lee Fang (2018-06-30). Right-Wing, Business-Funded Groups Are Preparing to Use the Janus Decision to Bleed Unions, Internal Documents Show. theintercept.com The right-wing network claims its plan to starve public sector unions is about workers' right, but it has not been shy about its political aims.

Stanley L. Cohen (2018-06-29). The Peace Deal That is All Israel. counterpunch.org Jared Kushner has been a regular visitor to Israel since his childhood. As a 16-year-old, he and thousands of other Jewish teenagers were led on a tour of the Auschwitz concentration camp by Benjamin Netanyahu, himself, waving Israeli flags along the way. At the end, they flew to Israel as part of their "Zionist rebirth." | The Kushners consider Netanyahu part of the family, and it is often told of how the future Prime Minister was, during Jared's boyhood, a frequent overnight guest in the Kushner New Jersey home and even slept in his room. More

Middle East Monitor (2018-06-29). New Report Looks at Israeli Arms Trade, Gaza Crackdown. mintpressnews.com A new report by Israeli activists on the technology and weapons deployed by the Israeli army in repressing the Palestinian "Great March of Return" protests charges that the Gaza Strip is seen as a "a lab and a showroom" for the country's arms manufacturers. | The report was produced by Coalition of Women for Peace (CWP) and the organisation's Hamushim project, which "works to expose the true human price of the Israeli military industry and arms trade, as well as to mobilise actions against it". | According to CWP: | Israeli military operations in Gaza in the past decade have been especially profitable for the country's military industries." | "Both private companies and the Israeli government alike use Gaza as an opportunity to test new weapons, technologies and methods to be marketed based on their new operational success." | The report…

Maiysha Kai on The Glow Up, shared by Maiysha Kai to The Root (2018-06-29). Fighting Breast Cancer: Tuskegee University Researchers Add a 4th Marker in Breast-Cancer Detection. theroot.com A research team at Tuskegee University has just made a major breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer—particularly the most aggressive and fatal form, which affects black women at a 42 percent-higher rate (pdf) than white women. | Read more…

Al Neal (2018-06-29). Medicare for All: Twin Cities conference strategizes how to get it. peoplesworld.org MINNEAPOLIS—"We have never seen so much support for universal healthcare like we do now!" That was the message delivered as several hundred healthcare activists—representing organized labor, workers' centers', non-profits, and health organizations—gathered in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the Twin Cities Single-Payer Strategy Conference from June 22-24. Spearheaded by Healthcare Now and Labor Campaign for Single-Payer Healthcare, […]…

George Capaccio (2018-06-29). Suffer the Little Children. counterpunch.org In the Gospels, the disciples of Jesus complain about folks who bring their kids with them to receive his blessings. But Jesus is not somebody who shuns the company of children. In response to his followers' disapproval, he says, perhaps with the snap of indignation in his voice, "Suffer the little children and don't stop More

Mark Sumner, Daily Kos (2018-06-29). Steele Dossier Says Information Went Both Ways Between Trump and Russia. alternet.org The information flow wasn't only to the president's campaign. | The Associated Press has compiled a list of the information provided in the list of memos authored by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, and compared it with what has been revealed through court filings and public statements. And while the AP finds what they believe to be "snippets of fiction" in the pages, they also find that a great deal of what Steele produced is proving to have a basis in fact. What has turned out to be true is the primary narrative thread that runs through all the memos — The Russian government set up an "elaborate operation" to damage Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election through social media, propaganda, and by stealing Democratic information and providing it to Trump. And the Russian government sought to aid Donald Trump,. . .

Rev. William Alberts (2018-06-29). Move Over God. counterpunch.org While running in the Republican presidential primary, Donald Trump wooed evangelical and other Bible-minded Christians at a rally by referring to his book, The Art of the Deal, as "my second favorite book of all time. Do you know what my first is?," he continued, then answered, "The Bible! Nothing beats The Bible" — his More

Cody Fenwick, AlterNet (2018-06-29). North Korea Reportedly Duped Trump as It Ramps Up Production of Nuclear Fuel: 'They Are Trying to Deceive the U.S.'. alternet.org Trump has said, "There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea. " | Despite President Donald Trump's confident declaration after meeting with leader Kim Jong-un that North Korea's nuclear threat has passed, NBC News reported Friday that multiple intelligence community officials believe the rogue regime is, in fact, ramping up its production of nuclear fuel. "There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea," Trump said after the Singapore summit. "Meeting with Kim Jong Un was an interesting and very positive experience. North Korea has great potential for the future! "Even this unrealistic assessment was quickly countered by his own declaration that, in fact, North Korea remains a nuclear threat. But now NBC News finds that not only does the country's standing nuclear arsenal remain, "North Korea was stepping up its production of enriched uranium for nuclear weapons" even while the. . .

CP Editor (2018-06-29). Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: There's Room For Democratic Socialists In The Democratic Party. counterpunch.org

Anne Branigin (2018-06-29). 'Silence Is Common': White Man Who Put Racist Restaurant Owner on Blast Says White People Need to Speak Up About Racism. theroot.com For weeks, Don Merckle wondered what he might have done to make the owner of Main Street Public House confide in him about his racism. | Read more…

Lorraine Chow (2018-06-29). U.S. allows Nestlé to keep piping water from drought-ridden California. peoplesworld.org Nestlé a three-year permit on Wednesday to keep taking millions of gallons of water from the San Bernardino National Forest in California, the Associated Press reported. | The offer has certain restrictions. Nestlé, which sells bottled water under the Arrowhead brand, can continue piping from the Strawberry Creek watershed "when there is water available consistent with the forest's Land Management Plan," according to the AP, citing the Forest Service offer. The watershed is currently rated as "impaired." | California has suffered from years of recurring drought. Last year's record-breaking rains in the state's north brought some relief, but large swaths of the south—where the forest is located—remain in "severe" drought, according to the latest data from the U.S. Drought Monitor. | Nestlé has 60 days to decide whether to accept the terms of the offer.

Frank Sellers (2018-06-29). Macron Wants to Implement Compulsory Military Service. mintpressnews.com French President Emmanuel Macron is floating the idea of reintroducing compulsory military service. The plan intends on introducing youths to military life and service from the age of 16 for both girls and boys. The unpopular programme is expected to cost the French government nearly $2 billion. | The BBC reports: The French government has introduced a plan to bring back national service for all 16-year-olds. | It was an idea put forward by Emmanuel Macron in his presidential campaign, to promote a sense of civic duty and national unity among French youth. | But some remain unconvinced of the benefits. | The new national service will cover all 16-year-olds, girls as well as boys, and will be divided into two distinct phases. | National service in two parts | The first phase is a mandatory one-month placement with a focus on…

Elliott Gabriel (2018-06-29). Amazon's Fusion With the State Shows Neoliberalism's Drift to Neo-Fascism. mintpressnews.com MPN spoke to Yasha Levine, the author of "Surveillance Valley," and Monthly Review editor John Bellamy Foster about the rise of the Amazon.com empire and the merger of Big Data, finance capitalism, and the U.S. state apparatus.

Jonathan Power (2018-06-29). Immigration and the Idea of Europe. counterpunch.org Navel-gazing can sometimes be a good thing. But, as the self-help books and articles advocate, looking at one's achievements to date to boost one's morale is always a good step forward before attempting to improve the mind and spirit. Europe's summit opens on Thursday. With immigration the central point on the agenda it's going to More

Will Podmore (2018-06-29). Independence From the EU. counterpunch.org We are at a crucial moment in British history. Are we going to press ahead confidently for a full Brexit that will allow the potential of our nation to flourish, or will we be cowed by the EU and voluntarily bind ourselves with such restrictive chains that leaving becomes remaining? The problem, bluntly, is the More

Liesl Bradner (2018-06-29). The Resistance Before the #Resistance. truthdig.com It was a watershed year in American history. In 1968, protests and marches erupted almost daily; riots broke out across the United States; the Fair Housing Act was signed into law; Richard Nixon was elected president; and the back-to-back assassinations of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. and Democratic presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy threatened to tear the country apart. The Vietnam War, which had been simmering for more than a decade, suffered its highest body count on record. | Today, the U.S. military relies on a volunteer army to fight its forever wars. But in the 1960s, you could get a draft deferral only if you were married, had children, were a registered college student or had a medical condition that precluded you from service. The Resistance was a local organization based in Los Angeles whose mission was to stop the…

Ned Depew (2018-06-29). The Origins of MS-13. counterpunch.org With all the talk about the (well-documented) violence and viciousness of MS 13, it is our responsibility to understand the origins and evolution of this very real criminal threat. MS 13 was founded in the early 1980s by Salvadoran immigrants in the barrios of Los Angeles, mainly as a response to intimidation from the many More

Montana Couser on The Glow Up, shared by Montana Couser to The Root (2018-06-29). Meet 21-Year-Old Nia Imani, CEO of the App Hair Days. theroot.com Meet 21-year-old Nia Wellman, known as Nia Imani on social media. Nia is a jack of all trades. She became a YouTuber back in '07, then started the college service-based organization Campus Curlz Inc., and now she's the CEO of a hair growth-tracking app called Hair Days. Read more…

Associated Press (2018-06-29). Killing of journalists comes amid Trump attacks on "fake media" peoplesworld.org ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A man firing a shotgun and armed smoke grenades killed four journalists and a staffer at Maryland's capital newspaper, then was swiftly taken into custody by police who rushed into the building. Thursday's attack on The Capital Gazette in Annapolis came amid months of verbal and online attacks on the "fake news […]…

Danielle Young on The Grapevine, shared by Danielle Young to The Root (2018-06-29). The Cast of Power Talks Season 5, Redemption and Forgiveness. theroot.com Starz's top-rated show Power is set to come back this Sunday, July 1, thrusting us right back where we left off: into shock and mourning. Read more…

Joan McCarter, Daily Kos (2018-06-29). Federal Court Blocks Trump's Approval of Kentucky's Medicaid Work Requirements. alternet.org The state is sure to appeal. | The federal judiciary hasn't been totally subsumed by Trumpism yet. In a big blow to both Trump and Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin, a federal court has blocked the state from implementing work requirements for Medicaid, as approved by the Trump administration. A federal judge blocked Kentucky's Medicaid work requirements on Friday, ruling that the Trump administration did not adequately consider before approving the state's proposal whether work requirements would violate the program's purpose of providing health care to the most vulnerable Americans. [. . . ]The federal government is obligated under federal law to consider whether a Medicaid proposal advances the program's objectives, the judge wrote, and the Trump administration failed to meet that standard before approving Kentucky's plan. "The Secretary never adequately considered whether Kentucky HEALTH would in fact help the state furnish medical assistance to. . .

Staff (2018-06-29). Republicans Propose Using Online Sales Tax Money for New Tax Cuts. truthdig.com State and local governments stand to gain up to $13 billion annually by collecting taxes from remote sellers; some Republican governors and lawmakers propose to give it away in the form of tax cuts.

Chelli Stanley (2018-06-29). Israeli Government Fears Palestinian Cameras. counterpunch.org Recently the Israeli Knessett passed the first draft of a bill that would criminalize the filming of Israeli soldiers in Palestine, with a proposed five year jail sentence for offenders. The bill specifically focuses on the shame and discrediting that results from such footage and also mentions those who film with the intention to break "soldiers' spirits," More

Nick Pemberton (2018-06-29). Suicide: The New Thing For Everyone To Have An Opinion About. counterpunch.org Earlier this month two celebrities killed themselves, as did way more normal people. The first celebrity was Kate Spade, fashion designer and sister-in-law of the least funny guy in Benchwarmers. Then there was guy who traveled everywhere Anthony Bourdain, who reached the apogee of cultural appropriation with the death ritual he practiced on the final day of More

Rob Larson (2018-06-29). Sanitized Radicals: Whitewashing 20th Century Socialists. counterpunch.org Ah, conservatives. From Fox News to the Wall Street Journal, their reflex response to any fundamental change to the market economy is immediate patronizing dismissal. Years ago the conservative National Review, for example, happily described the "all-too true adage," that "If one is not a socialist before the age of thirty, one has no heart; More

Andrew Levine (2018-06-29). Trump: Still Better Than Hitler … For the Most Part. counterpunch.org Shortly after the attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center, George W. Bush told a Joint Session of Congress that "they" did it because "they hate our freedom." Everybody knew who "they" were. Even so, in those halcyon days, when it was still not acceptable for an American president to level ethnic or More

Massoud Khodabandeh (2018-06-29). Rajavi's Show In France Distracts From Sinister Death In Albania. iranian.com As Maryam Rajavi in the absence of her husband Massoud Rajavi is preparing to receive likes of Rudi Giuliani and Newt Gingrich as paid speakers in her yearly event to glorify terrorism and self-immolations, another MEK member disappears in Albania. Malek Shara'i has vanished in mysterious circumstances, which brings to mind the fate of tens […]

Staff (2018-06-29). Moms Outraged by Family Separations Become Protest Leaders. truthdig.com "As moms, we know how important it is to be with your child," says Kate Sharaf, a Portland, Ore., co-organizer of one of over 600 "Families Belong Together" rallies expected to draw thousands nationwide on Saturday.

The Conversation (2018-06-29). Is Juul Making It Easy for Kids to Vape in School? alternet.org New research shows thousands of students sneak this nicotine delivery system onto school grounds. | The Juul vaporizer is the latest advancement in electronic cigarette technology, delivering nicotine to the user from a device about the size and shape of a thumb drive. Juul has taken the electronic cigarette market by storm experiencing a year-over-year growth of about 700 percent. | In recent months, stories about a possible Juul craze among teenagers have circulated in the media. In April, The Wall Street Journal reported that parents are fighting a Juul | epidemic. In May, The New Yorker told a story about Juul's presence at high schools in America's more affluent ZIP codes. | I study ways to inform public health and policy by using data from social media. According to new research my colleagues and I conducted that. . .

SACJ (2018-06-29). Outgoing Carolina Panthers Owner Hit With Light Fine by the NFL for Being an Insufferable Sexual Miscreant. theroot.com Toward the end of 2017, it was announced that Jerry "Big Cat" Richardson abused his position as owner of the Carolina Panthers to have female employees take full spins around so he could check them out in their jeans on casual Friday. One such employee claimed that Richardson made multiple sexual advances, including… Read more…

Josh Hoxie (2018-06-29). What Ocasio-Cortez's Win Says About the Rise of the Left. counterpunch.org You'll be forgiven if you've never heard of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. This time last year, she was working as a bartender in the Bronx. Now, she just unseated a 10-term incumbent congressman previously on track to lead the Democratic Party in the House of Representatives. Amazing how much can change in a year. Ocasio-Cortez's victory is More

Mervyn Nicholson (2018-06-29). CS Lewis Was a Red. counterpunch.org Red Tory, that is. The famous author and religious writer, C. S. Lewis, is revered by right-wing conservatives as a saint, their trophy intellectual, but ironically, he was not "conservative," not in their way. He was not right wing. He was a "Red Tory", a political type unfamiliar in the U.S. Almost everything he says about capitalism More

Joseph Essertier (2018-06-29). Americans Can Learn From Korean "Plaza Democracy" counterpunch.org "Broadly speaking, the candlelight protest movement had two goals. The first goal was to restore social justice by punishing wrong-doers under the previous Park and Lee administrations. The second goal was to implement equitable policies and measures that could ensure a level playing field for the haves and the have-nots." — Mi Park, South Korea's More

Cody Fenwick, AlterNet (2018-06-29). 'How the Hell Was This Guy Allowed to Buy a Gun?': Newspaper Shooting Suspect Reportedly Threatened Journalists Years Before Buying Firearm. alternet.org "Some people have said the threats were veiled, but it was pretty clear to us working there at the time. " | Jarrod Ramos, the man police believe carried out the mass shooting at the newspaper Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, on Thursday, has previously been reported to law enforcement for threats against the journalists, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal. Ramos is now being charged with five counts of first-degree murder. Thomas Marquardt, who used to be the paper's editor and publisher, told the Journal that Ramos was "the most threatening person he ever had to deal with as a journalist. " Ramos allegedly created a Twitter account just to target the paper's journalists, and at one point posted implying that he wished Marquardt was dead. "Some people have said the threats were veiled, but it was pretty clear to us. . .

David Macaray (2018-06-29). Life on Mars. counterpunch.org Considering that Donald Trump, besides being pathologically thin-skinned (junior high school kids are less insecure than this man), is notorious for sending out impulsive and wildly incendiary messages on Twitter, it is surprising he hasn't devoted a few moments late at night (when he hunkers down to compose his juvenile Tweets) to lob some insults More

Montana Couser on The Grapevine, shared by Montana Couser to The Root (2018-06-29). Tessa Thompson Loves Janelle Monáe, Came Out as Bisexual in Latest Interview. theroot.com Tessa Thompson's sexual identity is no longer a secret. | Read more…

Hatewatch Staff (2018-06-29). Meet the League 2018. splcenter.org Prior to last year's League of the South (LOS) National Conference, Hatewatch profiled leaders of the neo-Confederate LOS, including president Michael Hill, chief of staff Michael Tubbs and various other affiliates and supporters of the organization, including chief of security/intel John Mark "Tiny" Malone.

splcenter.org (2018-06-29). Weekend Read: The Supreme Court just replaced one injustice with another. splcenter.org Fred Korematsu was 23 when he defied the order sending him to an internment camp.

Dave Lindorff (2018-06-29). Stop Whining and Start Organizing. counterpunch.org The wailing you hear from public sector unions and from trade unions in general in the wake of the Supreme Court's Wednesday Janus decision banning the mandatory payment of fees to unions by workers who choose not to join them in the public sector is overwrought. In many states with strong public sector unions, this More

David Badash, The New Civil Rights Movement (2018-06-29). Watch Tomi Lahren Gleefully Berate the 'Tolerant Left' Then Ask Why We Can't All Just Get Along. alternet.org She has literally made millions voicing her ill-informed opinions that consistently distort liberal ideology and attack the left. | Lahren is more upset over the press secretary being politely asked to leave and getting her cheese plate comped than she is the thousands of children who very likely will never see their parents again. Tomi Lahren is back. The conservative Fox News commentator known for her racist remarks last month earned the nickname " Xenophobic Rage Barbie" after defending Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly's anti-immigrant remarks. Now she is attacking all those on the left, asking why they aren't "loving and tolerant" — something conservatives claim liberals should be forced to be, even in the face of their own intolerance. And after detailing a litany of insults she feels best represent liberals, while wholly ignoring the extraordinary attacks. . .

Ramzy Baroud (2018-06-29). Did Israel Inspire Trump's Family Separation Policy? counterpunch.org This past May, the United States Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, announced the government's 'zero tolerance' policy at US border crossings. It was a matter of weeks before the new policy began yielding tragic outcomes. Those attempting to unlawfully cross into the US were subject to federal criminal prosecution, while their children were taken away by federal authorities, More

Steve Martinot (2018-06-29). No Country for Old Women. counterpunch.org Two homeless people died in Berkeley during the month of June, 2018. Marcia Poole wrote an essay in the Berkeley Planet (6/15/18) on Ani, an 80 year old Buddhist nun who's been homeless for the last five years. She's sick, and in a wheel chair, and living in a tent. That is, until she got More

Jacob Sugarman (2018-06-29). The Resistance Before the #Resistance. truthdig.com

Cody Fenwick, AlterNet (2018-06-29). Hope Hicks May Return to the White House — As Chief of Staff: Report. alternet.org She's an unlikely choice — but another top candidate comes with major baggage. | Former White House communications director Hope Hicks may soon be returning to the administration as chief of staff John Kelly's replacement, according to a new report from Vanity Fair's Jake Sherman. Sherman calls Hicks a "dark horse" candidate for the job. A more likely candidate for the position is Bill Shine, the former co-president of Fox News who recently joined the White House to help manage communications — though he appears hesitant to accept the high-profile job. Shine has more depth of experience than Hicks, but he comes with significantly more baggage. As Sherman reports, he is implicated in the coverup of former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes' years of sexual misconduct. As one source colorfully told Sherman of Shine, "This guy is up to eyeballs in shit. "But neither. . .

Danielle Young on The Grapevine, shared by Danielle Young to The Root (2018-06-29). Judge of Characters: We Gotta Be Civil to These Supremacists for What? theroot.com Why is it an issue of civility when Auntie Maxine Waters says this to a crowd of people: Read more…

Patrick Walker (2018-06-29). Neither Idiots Nor Useful: Our Politically Underachieving Liberal Churches. counterpunch.org I've got fury in my soul Fury's gonna take me to the glory goal In my mind I can't study war no more —Laura Nyro, "Save the Country" Introduction: Some Merited Malice for Religious Useful Idiots Readers familiar with political put-downs will instantly recognize the pun on "useful idiots" in my title. In suggesting that More

Kim C. Domenico (2018-06-29). Maybe This Is How the Guards Revolt? counterpunch.org The 1% will always attempt to seize powerful technologies and institutions to pacify all of us—especially young people. To manage these technologies and institutions, the 1% needs technocrats, administrators, and guards; thus, what would help is what Howard Zinn called a "revolt of the guards." — Bruce E. Levine, "Another Reason Young Americans Don't Revolt" More

Norman Solomon (2018-06-29). Joe Crowley's Defeat Has a Lot to Do With Democratic Party Superdelegates. mintpressnews.com Conventional wisdom said that powerful Congressman Joe Crowley couldn't be beat. But his 20-year career in the House of Representatives will end in early January, with the socialist organizer who beat him in the Democratic primary in the deep-blue district poised to become Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. | The defeat of Crowley shows how grass-roots movements can prevail against the corporate establishment and its vast quantities of cash. The Crowley campaign spent upward of $3 million in the Democratic Party primary. The Ocasio-Cortez campaign spent one-tenth as much. He wielded money power. She inspired people power. | As the 28-year-old Ocasio-Cortez was quick to say after her victory Tuesday night, the triumph belongs to everyone who wants social, economic and racial justice. She ran on a platform in harmony with her activism as a member of Democratic Socialists of America and an organizer…

Jake Johnson, Common Dreams (2018-06-29). Trump Has Yet to Denounce Lynching Threats Made Against Maxine Waters After Telling Her to 'Be Careful'. alternet.org The president seems to want her life endangered. | It has been more than 13 hours since Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif. ) announced that she was forced to cancel speaking events due to "very serious" lynching threats, and President Donald Trump—who just days ago warned Waters to " be careful what you wish for"—has yet to issue so much as a tweet denouncing the threats against the life of a sitting member of Congress. "As the president has continued to lie and falsely claim that I encouraged people to assault his supporters, while also offering a veiled threat that I should 'be careful', even more individuals are leaving [threatening] messages and sending hostile mail to my office," Waters said in a statement late Thursday, specifically blaming Trump's Twitter attack for setting off the wave of threats. "There was one very serious death threat. . .

Jillian Lucas, Erica Offutt, and Shep McAllister on Kinja Deals, shared by Erica Offutt to The Root (2018-06-29). The Best 4th of July Sales Happening Right Now [Updating]. theinventory.com The 4th of July brings sales and deals from all corners of the web, and we've collected them here. Keep checking back throughout the weekend and into next week as we update with sales as they go live. Read more…

Jeffrey St. Clair (2018-06-29). Anthony Kennedy and the Court of Lost Resort. counterpunch.org These occasions don't come round all that often, so we should pause for moment amid the daily traumas of Trumptime to celebrate the departure of Anthony Kennedy from the Supreme Court. With Kennedy's exit, the high bench will finally be cleansed of the last remnant of Reaganism, a judicial contagion that has gnawed away at the legal foundations of the Republic for the past 37 years, since Reagan appointed Sandra Day O'Connor to replace Potter Stewart in the summer of 1981. Over eight years, Reagan remade the federal judiciary from top to bottom by appointing 383 judges, more than any other president. More

Allan Ainsworth (2018-06-29). Thinking Outside the Wall: Conscientious Objection in the Age of Trump. counterpunch.org In a new low, the US recently achieved a "flawed state status" in the world, down from a full democracy. This is according to the Economist Intelligence Unit.[1] We now share tenuous democratic space along with Poland, Mongolia, and Italy because of a further erosion of trust in government and elected officials. One wonders which of More

Anne Branigin on The Grapevine, shared by Anne Branigin to The Root (2018-06-29). John Legend Cussing Up a Storm About Sarah Sanders Is the Soundtrack You Need Today. theroot.com At this point we're fairly used to model Chrissy Teigen—who is, hands down, the best person on Twitter—being the voice-y one in the relationship. But that wasn't the case Wednesday night, when a TMZ reporter ran up on Teigen and her husband, singer John Legend, as they left a restaurant in Beverly Hills, Calif. Read more…

Cody Fenwick, AlterNet (2018-06-29). Rod Rosenstein Was Infuriated that Trump 'Manipulated Him' to Help in Comey's Firing: Report. alternet.org One person told the New York Times Rosenstein was "frantic, nervous, upset and emotionally dis-regulated. " | Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was furious after President Donald Trump used a memo he wrote to justify firing then-FBI Director James Comey back in May 2017, according to a new report from the New York Times. Trump's decision to fire Comey led Rosenstein to appoint Robert Mueller as a special counsel in charge of the investigation of the president, Russia's interference in the 2016 election, and potential collusion with the Trump campaign. The Times reports that Rosenstein "alternately defended his involvement, expressed remorse at the tumult it unleashed, said the White House had manipulated him, fumed how the media had portrayed the events and said the full story would vindicate him," according to four people familiar with the "outbursts. "People described Rosenstein after the firing as "shaken,"

Cody Fenwick, AlterNet (2018-06-29). Trump Says Journalists 'Should Be Free' from 'Fear of Being Violently Attacked' After Years of Demonizing the Press. alternet.org The president frequently says the press is the "enemy of the people. " He still hasn't apologized for that. | After the devastating mass shooting at the local paper Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, on Thursday, President Donald Trump finally called out the abominable attack on Friday afternoon following a series of tepid and half-hearted responses. "Journalists, like all Americans, should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their job," he said at a White House event. As many noted, Trump has frequently demonized and attacked the media. Just a few days earlier, Trump had reminded attendees at a campaign rally that he loves to call the press the "the enemy of the people. "And on June 13, he tweeted: "Our Country's biggest enemy is the Fake News so easily promulgated by fools! "The full details of the shooter's motivations have. . .

Jeremiah Jaynes (2018-06-29). Being Separated From My Child Nearly Killed Me. counterpunch.org My daughter Journi is my best friend. She loves to hear me tell the story of her nickname "Bear," how when she was born she made a little growl instead of crying. Many years ago, I was separated from Journi while serving a three-month sentence for driving my wife to work on a suspended license. More

Anthony DiMaggio (2018-06-29). Union End Times: The Supreme Court's Fatal Attack on Public-Sector Workers. counterpunch.org The courts have always been an instrument of plutocratic power. But the war against American workers has intensified in Trump's America. With its recent rulings, Harris v. Quinn (2014) and Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (2018), the Supreme Court has set American workers' rights back decades. Through these cases, the court is hammering the final nails in the coffin of organized labor, threatening what little remains of unionization in America. More

Staff (2018-06-29). Before Family Separations, the Trump Administration Quietly Removed Protections for Migrant Kids. truthdig.com Thousands of children separated from their parents after crossing the U.S. border eventually may be reunited, but children's chances for asylum are slimmer than ever, thanks to a series of recent policy changes under the Trump administration. | Many of the changes happened quietly over the last 18 months, short-circuiting opportunities for children to get help and prove whether they are entitled to refugee status or asylum. Most give more power for final decisions about child deportation to officials at the border. | "The message is … if you come to the border, you are going to be detained and quickly removed," said Charles Wheeler, a veteran immigration attorney who oversees training and advocacy in Oakland, California, for the Catholic Legal Immigration Network. | The recent shifts preceded the new policy to separate children from the adults they traveled with to get…

Cody Fenwick, AlterNet (2018-06-29). 'This Is Much Bigger than Harley': General Motors Shows How Trump's Trade War Could Deal a Devastating Blow to His Presidency. alternet.org Obama saved General Motors — how will it look if Trump crushes it? | As President Donald Trump's plans to launch a trade war look increasingly likely to be carried out, American companies are increasingly sounding the alarms — showing signs that his tariffs could pose a real threat to the country and to his presidency. It started with Harley-Davidson, which said it would be moving some of its manufacturing capacity overseas in response to the tariffs, which are import taxes. Trump lashed out at the company in response, but that does little to change its bottom line. But the real blow came on Friday. General Motors, a major employer in the Midwest, including in the critical state of Michigan, announced that Trump's tariffs will cause "less investment, fewer jobs and lower wages" for employees and higher prices for customers. The price. . .

Sophia Akram (2018-06-29). Why Are We Still Talking About Iran In The World Cup? iranian.com Iran's football team may not be moving any further in Russia 2018 but Iranian football fan Maryam Qashqaei Shojaei still has a job to do. [dropcap]W[/dropcap]hile it may not have been an all out win for Iran this World Cup, there were nonetheless still some small victories. Iran's team did not finish last in its […]

David Badash, The New Civil Rights Movement (2018-06-29). Conway Lies That Americans 'Were Promised' Mueller Investigation Would Prove Russia 'Changed Votes'. alternet.org There was never a predetermined outcome created to prove the necessity of the Mueller Russia probe. | Kellyanne Conway is now falsely claiming that the American people were told a special counsel was needed to prove that Russia's interference in the 2016 U. S. election resulted in vote changes, and changes so substantial that it caused Donald Trump to win the White House. That is a lie. There was never a predetermined outcome created to prove the necessity of the Mueller Russia probe. Investigations — legitimate ones, that is — do not work that way. Conway told Fox News Friday morning that President Trump "believes that there "was no collusion. "The president "goes back to what we were promised at the very beginning of this, which is that, 'This changed votes,' and, 'He wasn't duly elected. ' That's a load of bunk and everybody knows it. "She. . .

splcenter.org (2018-06-29). Following SPLC lawsuit, judge blocks Kentucky Medicaid waiver scheme. splcenter.org A federal judge today blocked the Trump administration's approval of Kentucky's Medicaid waiver plan, stating that the government acted in an "arbitrary and capricious" manner in approving the plan.

Ralph Nader (2018-06-29). Mugger Mick Mulvaney—Trump's Sadist-in-Chief. counterpunch.org Mr. Mulvaney's title seems uninterestingly bureaucratic—director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). But as Trump's chief hatchet man extraordinaire, Mugger Mick Mulvaney is easily one of the cruelest, most vicious presidential henchman in modern American history. From his powerful perch next door to the White House, he is carving a bloody trail against More

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