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CAP Action on Twitter: ""It was run by Donald J. Trump, the president. Mike Pence, the vice president. Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state. [They] directed an extortion of the government, the country of Ukraine, in exchange for dirt on Joe Biden. Full sto

"It was run by Donald J. Trump, the president. Mike Pence, the vice president. Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state.

[They] directed an extortion of the government, the country of Ukraine, in exchange for dirt on Joe Biden. Full stop." —@NicolleDWallace
14 days ago by amy
Americans must make following the news and learning facts their patriotic duty - The Washington Post

‘I don’t know what to believe’ is an unpatriotic cop-out. Do better, Americans.
15 days ago by amy
What Matt Bevin’s 2019 Loss Doesn’t Mean for Donald Trump in 2020 – Rolling Stone

As long as the president still has his cult of personality and is still selling white supremacy, and as long as domestic disenfranchisement is pairing with foreign election interference to silence American voters whom Republicans don’t like, Trump stands a great chance of being re-elected
27 days ago by amy
Only the scoundrels and weirdos are telling the truth about working for Trump - The Washington Post

Perhaps this shouldn’t surprise us. Humans are social animals, and in ordinary times, those willing to sublimate their own needs and preferences to the needs of their social group are those we praise and admire. But decades of social psychology research suggests that in times of moral crisis, the very traits we normally value can discourage dissent
politics  opinion 
4 weeks ago by amy
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A newsletter for politics
5 weeks ago by amy
The false prophet in the White House

This might be the truest article I’ve read about the Cult of Donald Trump, whose supporters really do say (and have told me) he was sent to Washington by God.
politics  religion 
august 2019 by amy
Arctic Ambitions - Scientific American

Special Report: As the Arctic ice melts, complex geopolitics emerge over who can exploit resources that were once closed off by ice
climate  climate_change  politics 
august 2019 by amy
ICE Raids in Mississippi Leave Fear and Uncertainty in Their Wake - The New York Times

Dozens of children, some as young as toddlers, were picked up from school and taken to makeshift shelters after ICE raids in Mississippi left them without parents. State officials and lawyers still don't have a clear picture of what happened to them.
august 2019 by amy

Unite talent and technology to drive Democratic victories in 2019, 2020 and beyond.
august 2019 by amy
This Is Not Propaganda by Peter Pomerantsev review – dispatches from the war on truth | Books | The Guardian

A timely volume of analysis and memoir shows how populism is destabilising democracy and reshaping our sense of normality
books  politics 
august 2019 by amy
The Sparta Fetish Is a Cultural Cancer | The New Republic

The myth of the mighty warrior-state has enchanted societies for thousands of years. Now it fuels a global fascist movement.
august 2019 by amy
Center for an Informed Public | Information School | University of Washington
The University of Washington is establishing the Center for an Informed Public, projected to launch in fall 2019. Its mission is to marshal the collective resources of a world-class research university, embedded within local communities, to resist strategic misinformation, promote an informed society, and strengthen democratic discourse. The Center will be non-partisan. It will bring diverse voices from across industry, government, nonprofits and other institutions.

This interdisciplinary effort is being led by the Information School, Human Centered Design & Engineering and the School of Law, with collaboration from the Communication Leadership Program at the UW and numerous other university and community partners. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation recently announced investments to establish the Center.
politics  society  big_data 
july 2019 by amy
F.E.C. Allows Security Company to Help 2020 Candidates Defend Campaigns - The New York Times

Such attacks are not just hypothetical. Americans still lack a clear understanding of the impact successful Russian attacks had on the 2016 election. Both the special counsel report and leaked National Security Agency documents show that Russian hackers infiltrated the United States’ vast back-end election apparatus, including voter registration databases and electronic pollbook vendors, in 2016.
politics  security 
july 2019 by amy
Hitler reoccupies the Rhineland, Violating the Treaty of Versailles - HISTORY

Hitler reoccupies the Rhineland, Violating the Treaty of Versailles
history  politics 
june 2019 by amy
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politics  seattle 
june 2019 by amy
GOP Paid Millions to Gerrymandering Expert Behind Census Citizenship Question – Mother Jones

GOP Paid Millions to Gerrymandering Expert Behind Census Citizenship Question
june 2019 by amy
Lauren Underwood’s Victory Is a Huge Win for the Resistance – Mother Jones

The Illinois Democrat will take over a traditionally Republican congressional seat.
november 2018 by amy
Mission | OpenSecrets

Nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit, the Center for Responsive Politics is the nation's premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy. OUR VISION is for Americans to be empowered by access to clear and unbiased information about money’s role in politics and policy and to use that knowledge to strengthen our democracy. OUR MISSION is to produce and disseminate peerless data and analysis on money in politics to inform and engage Americans, champion transparency, and expose disproportionate or undue influence on public policy.
october 2018 by amy
Documents Reveal Successful Cyberattack in California Congressional Race – Rolling Stone
The target of these attacks, Dr. Hans Keirstead, a stem-cell scientist and the CEO of a biomedical research company, finished third in California’s nonpartisan “top-two” primary on June 5th, falling 125 votes short of advancing to the general election in one of the narrowest margins of any congressional primary this year.
politics  security 
august 2018 by amy
The Disturbing Evolution Of 'Lock Her Up' | Cognoscenti
“Lock her up” isn’t really a political rallying cry. It’s an attempt to criminalize female ambition and autonomy.
july 2018 by amy
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