Friday, February 24, 2017
Great piece on Putin's worldview, perspective on the West, and efforts to undermine European and American democracy.
NBC Nightly News Thinks Kicking Out One White Nationalist Absolves CPAC's Promotion Of The "Alt-Right"
Trump administration sought to enlist senior intelligence officials, lawmakers to counter Russia stories
A section of people in the back of CPAC2 017 waving Russian flags -- a staffer just came and demanded they all be handed over.
Nothing to see here, folks: Just a few 'conservatives' waving Russian flags at CPAC. Staffers confiscating them. This is all normal.
ACA "replacement plan" leaked--it's not looking good: repealing multi-$B Prevention & Public Health Fund.
The White House press corps has to come together and stand up to the White House as the Trump administration wages war against a free press
Jake Tapper: This White House does not value an independent press. There is a word for that: Un-American.
JUST IN: White House, speaking about Kansas shooting, says any loss of life is tragic but absurd to link to president's rhetoric
JUST IN: White House, speaking about Kansas shooting, says any loss of life is tragic but absurd to link to president's rhetoric— Reuters U.S. News (@ReutersUS) February 24, 2017
Donald Trump adviser Jared Kushner is keeping some of his real estate empire but admin won’t release details
Published on Feb 24, 2017There are now tighter rules on who's allowed in school bathrooms than who's allowed in the Oval Office. (Thursday monologue pt. 1)
Donald Trump tears into the FBI on Twitter, saying they are unable to stop national security 'leakers.'
Steve Bannon is recommending Halberstam's "The Best and the Brightest" So his daughter is donating proceeds to us
Appears that Trump believes threat to US is people knowing about Team Trump ties to Russia, not the ties to Russia
Alex Jones: Trump “came to me” for the 2015 interview; “he calls like three times in a row … he needs me”
You've got to get rid of him before he places us in even further danger. It'd be great if you punched him in the face too....give him one foe America.
We looked at the new national security adviser’s writings. Turns out he’s the anti-Bannon. https://t.co/LYGYYkSqtr— Vox (@voxdotcom) February 24, 2017
The bet House Republicans are making here is that Trump doesn't mean anything he says on health care
JUST IN: Former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear will deliver Democratic response to President Trump's address to Congress on Tuesday
Arizona lawmaker stuns CNN host with claim nuke could be smuggled across border in ‘bale of marijuana’
A supporter of President Donald Trump told CNN on Monday that is was “extremely sad” to see people spending President’s Day protesting against Trump because he had not “done anything too outlandish.”
Published on Feb 23, 2017
The New York Times has a new marketing campaign: "The truth is more important now than ever."
Seth breaks the news that Donald Trump has provoked Samuel L. Jackson on Twitter.
Seth takes a closer look at Republican members of Congress facing constituents in their home districts that are angry about Trump and the GOP's agenda.
“Let me say, right here, right now: Absolutely, Donald Trump should release his tax returns.”: GOP congressman responds to angry crowds
FEC Republicans were neglecting to do a basic part of their job. Mother Jones files a FOIA. FEC does its job.
While the Trump White House isolates itself in power struggles, the Administration is in nearly open revolt:
Rachel Maddow reviews a litany of mistakes and infractions committed in the opening month of the Trump administration and wonders if they're a sign of malice or just incompetence.
Report: Priebus asked FBI to refute Russia stories Former Justice Department Spokesperson Matt Miller says
Report: Priebus asked FBI to refute Russia stories Former Justice Department Spokesperson Matt Miller says White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus “has to go” if the report is true that he asked the FBI to knock down stories about communications between Trump and Russia. Duration: 7:11
Stocks of private prison companies have doubled since Trump win–they plunged in August when DoJ said it will end their use
Seth takes a closer look at the Trump administration's major changes to immigration policy.
Republicans have gone from running for office to running for their lives.