Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Under the GOP tax plan, taxes will go up for many families that are just scraping by, while the rich get tax cuts
How Israel Caught Russian Hackers Scouring the World for US Secrets: "a case of spies watching spies watching spies"
House Intel Dem accuses committee chairman Devin Nunes of 'trying to undermine' Russia investigation -- again
BREAKING: Gov Ricardo Rossello says death toll has risen to 45, 2 recent deaths are believed to be from Leptospirosis, a bacterial disease
Mnuchin on CNN - "This is about respect for our military." As OneWest CEO he broke rules by foreclosing on 54 active duty military families.
‘Donny Daycare’ Trends On Twitter After William LeGate Finds A Way To Make Pro-Trump Twitter Bots Insult Trump
THREAD: It's time to take Trump seriously as he keeps hinting, over and over, that he wants to go to war with North Korea.
THREAD: It's time to take Trump seriously as he keeps hinting, over and over, that he wants to go to war with North Korea.— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) October 9, 2017
NEW VIDEO: $1,232,943,000. That’s how much taxpayer $ the White House has wasted after the Trump/Pence NFL stunt
Walmart in Canovanas, Puerto Rico. It's one of the stores on Trump's "open supermarkets" list. "Open" doesn't mean "stocked", I guess.
While Donald Trump whines about tax breaks for the NFL because of his losing argument w/ THE FIRST AMENDMENT
While outgoing Sen. Bob Corker is speaking his mind regarding his concerns over President Trump's tweets and rhetoric, other Republicans are seemingly avoiding a clash with the president.
I hope Republicans are super happy with Trump attacking NFL subsidies. This is going to be hilarious.
Trump on Rex calling him a moron: "I guess we'll have to compare IQ tests. And I can tell you who is going to win."
‘All the warning signs are there’: Morning Joe begs Republicans to remove Trump before he launches nukes
The Logan Act, forbids private citizens from negotiating state affairs SANCTIONS-MAGNITSKY w foreign governments
For those who still think Putin is ‘genuinely popular’ in Russia, watch this. He’s absolutely scared to death of any opposition
For those who still think Putin is ‘genuinely popular’ in Russia, watch this. He’s absolutely scared to death of any opposition https://t.co/VPwZrvt2Zc— Bill Browder (@Billbrowder) October 10, 2017
It's not easy to stand up to Vladimir Putin, just ask Alexei @Navalny – a look at life in Russia's opposition pic.twitter.com/FhUNDB963u— The Guardian (@guardian) October 10, 2017
I will sue to stop the Trump Admin’s irresponsible and illegal #CleanPowerPlan repeal, which threatens NYers public health & environment
Almost everything we know about the Russian online operation is from U.S. journalists, not the U.S. companies used.
BREAKING: Agaralov attorney provides documents showing Trump lied about June 9 meeting - which was about SANCTIONS.
We have a lot of work to do & just over 60 days to do it. We have to show the world that Alabama refuses to be embarrassed any longer.
Jim Mattis used his speech to point to the horrors that would come with all-out war on the Korean Peninsula
NEWS - DEFCON, hacker convention, identifies Chinese & other parts in US voting machines, major vulnerabilities
New York politicians with Puerto Rican roots are challenging President Trump while pushing for aid for the island
Thread: The Overton Window, Memetics, and Accelerated Cultural Evolution. A cursory explanation on the information operations of our time.
Clinton urges Congress to reauthorize program providing affordable healthcare to millions of children
Trump’s hard-line immigration demands reveal that optimism for a bipartisan “Dreamers” deal was likely misplaced
Rachel Maddow reports on the sixth public official to be charged with manslaughter in relation to what happened with the water in Flint, Michigan, and new questions bout whether Governor Rick Snyder lied about when he learned about Flint's water problem.
Rachel Maddow reports on the situation in Aibonito, Puerto Rico, which has not received any FEMA aid despite multiple visits from FEMA representatives who helped victims with paperwork. FEMA says its the mayor's job to distribute food and water.
Beatrice Fihn, executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, and a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, talks with Rachel Maddow about the goal of eliminating nuclear weapons.
Rachel Maddow explains that while the things Donald Trump says are often best ignored, sometimes even his petty Twitter fights merrit attention.
Elizabeth Dwoskin, Silicon Valley correspondent for the Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow about the slow pace of discovery of Russian ad buying and other online manipulations as U.S. tech giants like Twitter, Facebook, and Google have seemed reluctant to give up information.