Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Can Fired A.G. Sally Yates Check Trump’s Privilege? A Trump-Russia Intel Committee Lawsplainer!

Former CIA Acting Director On Devin Nunes: 'It Feels Like A Cover Up' | The Last Word | MSNBC

House Intelligence Cmte Chair Devin Nunes refuses to recuse himself in the Russian investigation or reveal his source, even to members of the committee. Fmr. acting CIA director John McLaughlin and fmr. CIA Chief of Staff Jeremey Bash join Lawrence O'Donnell.

Largest police union warns Trump: Defunding sanctuary cities puts Americans at risk

Devin Nunes's botched effort to scuttle the Trump/Russia investigation, explained

Who needs the EPA...

Representative Stephen Lynch won't meet with Trump officials seeking to court moderate Democrats

Damn straight...and plz keep an eye on Charlie.

Trump won’t throw first pitch on Nationals opening day

fricken weirdo

Fmr. CIA Acting Director on Nunes: "It feels like a cover-up"

Interior Secretary Zinke says the Mexico border wall might not fully be a ‘physical wall’

Gall darned parade of morons...

Mika On Sean Spicer Briefing: 'What Is Wrong With Him?' | Morning Joe | MSNBC

Top Talkers: WH Press Secretary Sean Spicer told veteran reporter April Ryan to stop shaking her head during a heated press briefing this week, a claim Ryan refutes. The Morning Joe discusses.

Putin Just Sent Your New Boyfriend To Jail Again. HELLO, NEW BOYFRIEND.

What Sen. Bill Nelson's filibuster plans for Gorsuch say about the political landscape in DC and Florida

How Devin Nunes is threatening the Constitution

Judge Gonzalo Curiel will rule on whether to let individuals press fraud claims over Trump University

Hillary Clinton makes her most political comments since losing the 2016 presidential election

Report: judge-granted FISA warrant defined Donald Trump as a Russian agent of influence

Early voting favors Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia's special election

Go Jon...Must Win

This Diagram Shows Nunes' Conflict Of Interests In Investigating Trump

Stephen rolls out the chalkboard--sorry, the Figure-It-Out-A-Tron--to visually express Trump's relationship with his newest latest congressional minion.

Is Devin Nunes Investigating Trump or Working with Him?: A Closer Look

Seth takes a closer look at the House Intelligence Committee's investigation into the Trump administration's alleged ties to Russia.

How Guilty Is Jared Kushner Of Trump Russia Stuff, On A Scale Of One To His Dad?

“Mitch, I’m from Brooklyn. I will tell you what I think": Schumer headed for epic clash with McConnell

The controversy over Sally Yates’s planned testimony before Congress, explained

Congress debates a GOP bill to repeal President Obama's internet privacy protections for consumers.

Cyprus helping US in Manafort finances investigations

Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about how Cyprus is trying to shed its reputation as a place for laundering dirty Russian money and is helping the U.S. in its investigation of former Donald Trump campaign manager.


Oleg Deripaska ad in the WSJ

Trump aide Manafort's money trail traced through Cyprus accounts

Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about the investigations into former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort's use of Cyprus bank accounts to process large amounts of money.

Trump aide Manafort's real estate deals raise suspicion

Rachel Maddow reports on how a pattern of real estate spending and borrowing by former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort follows a pattern experts say is used in laundering money.


Trump's business network reached alleged Russian mobsters

Fired US attorney at nexus of multiple Trump scandals

Rachel Maddow reports on the number of investigations tied to Donald Trump that were being conducted through the office of Preet Bharara before the Trump administration fired him as U.S. attorney.

Trump White House lesson: Seek factual information elsewhere

Rachel Maddow looks at the facility with which the Donald Trump White House lied about their desire to produce a military spectacle as part of the inauguration ceremony, and notes the lesson that Trump's White House is not a useful source for factual information.