Saturday, March 18, 2017

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Here's  hoping Twitter deletes Trump's account.

I've spent a frustrating morning trying to have my microwave arrested for spying on me.  Police just look at me like I'm crazy.


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The corrupt free press didn't even report on the victory parade on 5th Avenue when we defeated ISIS a few days ago.



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The British almost wouldn't let him in the country.  I suspect this angered the little crazy spoiled baby.

Trump Offers No Apology for Claim on British Spying

By PETER BAKER and STEVEN ERLANGER

British officials were livid after the White House aired an unverified claim that Britain's spy agency had monitored Mr. Trump during last year's campaign at the behest of President Barack Obama.

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Supreme Court Clerk Hallway original
These emerging feeder judges are a high-powered and diverse group.
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The Ashford University campus in Clinton, Iowa, which closed last year. The university is operated by Bridgepoint Education Inc., which has faced scrutiny by federal and state watchdogs. A lawyer for Bridgepoint, Robert S. Eitel, is now an aide to the new education secretary, Betsy DeVos.
Betsy DeVos's Hiring of For-Profit College Official Raises Impartiality Issues

By PATRICIA COHEN

Robert S. Eitel, a lawyer for a for-profit college operator under repeated scrutiny, has taken an Education Department post while on unpaid leave.
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President Trump and the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, at their news conference at the White House on Friday.
Video VIDEO: Trump to Merkel: 'At Least We Have Something in Common'
President Trump held his first meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany at the White House on Friday. At a subsequent press briefing, he was asked about recent wiretapping claims and made a joke that seemingly referred to reports that the United States had bugged Ms. Merkel's phone during the Obama administration.

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Government “Cyanide Bomb” in Idaho Injures 14-Year-Old Boy and Kills His Dog

by jonathanturley
There is a highly disturbing case out of Idaho where a 14-year-old boy and his ellow Labrador retriever, Casey, were poisoned by a "cyanide bomb" planted by U.S. government.  In a truly baffling act, the Wildlife Services of U.S. Department of Agriculture planted the device to kill coyotes, wolves, cougars, foxes and other animals considered nuisances for farmers and ranchers.  It seems unbelievably reckless to me to place these devices near trails and farms, even with signs that might be missed in the dark or lost to weather conditions.

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Canadians Fear Trump's Budget Will Devastate Great Lakes

By DAN LEVIN

The mayor of a city in Ontario was blunt: "What good is it having lower taxes when you can't drink the water?"
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A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department SWAT team in 2013. The SWAT concept was pioneered in Los Angeles and a few other big cities in the late 1960s and early 1970s in response to urban rioting and raging firefights.
Door-Busting Drug Raids Leave a Trail of Blood

By KEVIN SACK

Using SWAT officers to storm into homes to execute search warrants has led time and again to avoidable deaths, gruesome injuries and costly legal settlements.
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Legal Aid Services helped Joe and Paula Frye keep their home in Oklahoma. Now that program's federal funding may be in jeopardy.
Trump Budget Cuts Put Struggling Americans on Edge

By SABRINA TAVERNISE and TRIP GABRIEL

As news of Mr. Trump's budget begins to sink in, some Americans feel as if their country no longer has a place for them.

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YOUR MONEY

Navigating Our Shameful, Maddeningly Complex Student Aid System

By RON LIEBER

The removal of an online tool for importing tax data into a financial aid form has highlighted the enormous need for reforming the way we pay for college.

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Brian Stretch, the United States attorney for the Northern District of California, announced criminal charges this week against four men officials say were responsible for a 2014 breach of Yahoo's systems.
One Billion Yahoo Accounts Still for Sale, Despite Hacking Indictments

By VINDU GOEL

Federal investigators continue to pursue the people behind a 2013 attack compromising user accounts, despite filing charges in a 2014 cyberattack.
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Republican legislators who have expressed support for the arts endowment, from left, Senator Lisa Murkowski, Representative Mark Amodei, Senator Susan Collins and Representative Leonard Lance.
Republicans Start Lining Up to Fight for the N.E.A. and N.E.H.

By MICHAEL COOPER and SOPAN DEB

The fates of the arts endowment are far from sealed, given the support they are getting from key lawmakers in President Trump's party.
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