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Trump apparently not familiar with his administration's push for global decriminalization of homosexuality : worldnews
Is there any wonder people think he's senile? And Trump Jr pushing for this policy? That's a shock.
people-donald-trump  news  2019 
yesterday by daguti
Joe Scarborough Directly Blames Donald Trump For Domestic Terror Threat: It’s All His Fault : politics
All you are doing, by censoring this extremely important political story, is creating a huge backlash for you. Banning us, people who are the most likely to be targeted by Republican-motivated nutjobs like Hassan, isn't going to make us or the story go away. Sort your fucking house and remove your mods who can't put political partisanship aside to enforce rules uniformly.
people-donald-trump  news  2019  terrorism-home-grown-so-called-patriots  terrorism-home-grown 
yesterday by daguti
McCabe says he ordered the obstruction of justice probe of President Trump : politics
""There were meetings at the Justice Department at which it was discussed whether the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet could be brought together to remove the president of the United States under the 25th Amendment," Pelley said on the show. "These were the eight days from Comey's firing to the point that Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel. And the highest levels of American law enforcement were trying to figure out what do with the president.""
people-donald-trump  news  2019  government-fbi  world-records 
8 days ago by daguti
Robert Mueller may not say anything about Russia probe
"Robert Mueller has spent two years investigating Trump, and he hasn't said a word. It's possible he never will."
people-donald-trump  news  2019 
10 days ago by daguti
John Dingell: My last words for America - The Washington Post
"John D. Dingell, a Michigan Democrat who served in the U.S. House from 1955 to 2015, was the longest-serving member of Congress in American history. He dictated these reflections to his wife, Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.), at their home in Dearborn, on Feb. 7, the day he died.

One of the advantages to knowing that your demise is imminent, and that reports of it will not be greatly exaggerated, is that you have a few moments to compose some parting thoughts.

In our modern political age, the presidential bully pulpit seems dedicated to sowing division and denigrating, often in the most irrelevant and infantile personal terms, the political opposition.

And much as I have found Twitter to be a useful means of expression, some occasions merit more than 280 characters.

My personal and political character was formed in a different era that was kinder, if not necessarily gentler. We observed modicums of respect even as we fought, often bitterly and savagely, over issues that were literally life and death to a degree that — fortunately – we see much less of today.

Think about it:

Impoverishment of the elderly because of medical expenses was a common and often accepted occurrence. Opponents of the Medicare program that saved the elderly from that cruel fate called it “socialized medicine.” Remember that slander if there’s a sustained revival of silly red-baiting today.


Not five decades ago, much of the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth — our own Great Lakes — were closed to swimming and fishing and other recreational pursuits because of chemical and bacteriological contamination from untreated industrial and wastewater disposal. Today, the Great Lakes are so hospitable to marine life that one of our biggest challenges is controlling the invasive species that have made them their new home.

We regularly used and consumed foods, drugs, chemicals and other things (cigarettes) that were legal, promoted and actively harmful. Hazardous wastes were dumped on empty plots in the dead of night. There were few if any restrictions on industrial emissions. We had only the barest scientific knowledge of the long-term consequences of any of this.

And there was a great stain on America, in the form of our legacy of racial discrimination. There were good people of all colors who banded together, risking and even losing their lives to erase the legal and other barriers that held Americans down. In their time, they were often demonized and targeted, much like other vulnerable men and women today.


Please note: All of these challenges were addressed by Congress. Maybe not as fast as we wanted, or as perfectly as hoped. The work is certainly not finished. But we’ve made progress — and in every case, from the passage of Medicare through the passage of civil rights, we did it with the support of Democrats and Republicans who considered themselves first and foremost to be Americans.

Opinion | Political apologies should not be this hard
From wearing blackface to having inappropriate sexual relations, people who serve in public office must meet a higher standard of repentance. (Joshua Carroll/The Washington Post)

I’m immensely proud, and eternally grateful, for having had the opportunity to play a part in all of these efforts during my service in Congress. And it’s simply not possible for me to adequately repay the love that my friends, neighbors and family have given me and shown me during my public service and retirement.

But I would be remiss in not acknowledging the forgiveness and sweetness of the woman who has essentially supported me for almost 40 years: my wife, Deborah. And it is a source of great satisfaction to know that she is among the largest group of women to have ever served in the Congress (as she busily recruits more).

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In my life and career, I have often heard it said that so-and-so has real power — as in, “the powerful Wile E. Coyote, chairman of the Capture the Road Runner Committee.”

It’s an expression that has always grated on me. In democratic government, elected officials do not have power. They hold power — in trust for the people who elected them. If they misuse or abuse that public trust, it is quite properly revoked (the quicker the better).

I never forgot the people who gave me the privilege of representing them. It was a lesson learned at home from my father and mother, and one I have tried to impart to the people I’ve served with and employed over the years.

As I prepare to leave this all behind, I now leave you in control of the greatest nation of mankind and pray God gives you the wisdom to understand the responsibility you hold in your hands.

May God bless you all, and may God bless America."
history  politics  obituaries  news  2019 
12 days ago by daguti
Want to get away with posting fake news on Facebook? Just change your website domain. – Poynter
interesting:
"If Facebook really wants to catch new fake news sites attempting to get around the company’s fact-checking safeguards, Schenk said it should monitor the unique advertising codes they use. He does that using his tool Trendolizer, which is basically like Tweetdeck for fake news.

“I’ve been putting alerts on those so I can see if a new site is discovered by a new site as having the same advertising code,” he said. “I figured out that YourNewsWire changed because I got an alert in Trendolizer by email. I think that’s something that Facebook could certainly do to keep track of bad actors.”"
facebook  news  2019  news-fake-news 
23 days ago by daguti
Trump Agrees to Reopen Government for 3 Weeks in Surprise Retreat From Wall - The New York Times
"WASHINGTON — President Trump agreed on Friday to reopen the federal government for three weeks while negotiations continued over how to secure the nation’s southwestern border, backing down after a monthlong standoff failed to force Democrats to give him billions of dollars for his long-promised wall.

The president’s concession paved the way for the House and the Senate to both pass a stopgap spending bill by voice vote. Mr. Trump signed it on Friday night, restoring normal operations at a series of federal agencies until Feb. 15 and opening the way to paying the 800,000 federal workers who have been furloughed or forced to work without pay for 35 days.

The plan includes none of the money for the wall that Mr. Trump had demanded and was essentially the same approach that he rejected at the end of December and that Democrats have advocated since, meaning he won nothing concrete during the impasse.

Mr. Trump presented the agreement with congressional leaders as a victory anyway, and indicated in a speech in the Rose Garden that his cease-fire may only be temporary: If Republicans and Democrats cannot reach agreement on wall money by the February deadline, he said that he was ready to renew the confrontation or declare a national emergency to bypass Congress altogether.

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“We really have no choice but to build a powerful wall or steel barrier,” Mr. Trump said. “If we don’t get a fair deal from Congress, the government will either shut down on Feb. 15, or I will use the powers afforded to me under the laws and Constitution of the United States to address this emergency.”

[President Trump’s emergency powers, explained.]

But Mr. Trump has already adopted some of the language that his Democratic adversaries have used during the longest shutdown in history. He conceded that “we do not need 2,000 miles of concrete wall from sea to shining sea — we never did” and invoked the utility of “smart walls” that substitute some physical barriers for drones and other sensors. The semantic evolution provides both the president and Democrats with a face-saving way forward if they want it.

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Schumer: Trump Learned ‘No One Should Ever Underestimate’ Pelosi
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer, the minority leader, reacted to President Trump’s decision to reopen the government. Schumer praised Democratic unity during the shutdown and Pelosi weighed in on the State of the Union date.CreditCreditErin Schaff for The New York Times
The surprise announcement was a remarkable surrender for a president who made the wall his nonnegotiable condition for reopening the government and a centerpiece of his political platform. Some immigration hard-liners that make up a key part of his political base were incensed by the capitulation.

“Good news for George Herbert Walker Bush: As of today, he is no longer the biggest wimp ever to serve as President of the United States,” the commentator Ann Coulter, who has aggressively pushed Mr. Trump to keep his campaign promise on the wall, wrote on Twitter.

On Capitol Hill, though, jittery lawmakers from both parties greeted the news with relief. Mr. Trump relented as the effects of the shutdown were rippling with ever greater force across the economy, with fallout far beyond paychecks. On Friday, air traffic controllers calling in sick slowed air traffic across the Northeast; hundreds of workers at the Internal Revenue Service also did not show up; and the F.B.I. director said he was as angry as he had ever been over his agents not being paid.

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“None of us are willing to go through this again,” said Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, referring to a half-dozen Republicans who voted on Thursday for a Democratic measure to reopen the government for two weeks. “And it’s not just a few of us. There are a great many in our conference that feel pretty strongly.”

[How the shutdown reordered American life.]

Democrats, who declined to revel in their clear victory, said they would work in good faith to strike a deal on border security. They have raised their offer on border security funding considerably and toughened their rhetoric on stopping illegal immigration.

But Speaker Nancy Pelosi stated plainly that any compromise would not include money for a new border wall, which Democrats view as ineffective and overly costly even though many have supported border fencing in the past.


Government Shutdown Timeline: See How the Effects Are Piling Up
The longer the federal government remains closed for business, more services are affected.

Jan. 8, 2019
“Have I not been clear on a wall?” Ms. Pelosi said at a news conference with Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the Democratic leader. The two have repeatedly said they would support allocating additional money for technology and increased patrols along the border, like the ones Mr. Trump referenced on Friday.

The cease-fire should pave the way for Mr. Trump to deliver his State of the Union address to Congress after all, but Ms. Pelosi said it would not be held this Tuesday, as originally scheduled. She had rescinded her invitation this week to come to the House chamber until the government was reopened, and on Friday, she said she would work with Mr. Trump to find a new date.

“The State of the Union is not planned now,” Ms. Pelosi said. “When government is open we will discuss a mutually agreeable date.”

As he announced the deal, Mr. Trump paid tribute to the federal workers who have endured five weeks without pay, expressing sympathy for them in a way he had not until now. “You are fantastic people,” he said.

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He promised to ensure that workers would be compensated for the paychecks they have missed since the shutdown began in late December “very quickly or as soon as possible.” To that effect, the Office of Management and Budget circulated a letter to affected agencies and departments on Friday afternoon instructing management to prepare for an “orderly reopening” and to prioritize pay and benefits for workers.

But other costs will be more permanent. Many federal contractors do not expect to be repaid for their work during the shutdown. Its compounding effects will ultimately cost the federal government more money than if it was open. And though the long-term economic damage caused by the shutdown remains to be seen, it appears that at the very least the short-term pain was more costly than a down payment on the border wall.

Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the majority leader, on Friday on Capitol Hill.
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Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the majority leader, on Friday on Capitol Hill.CreditErin Schaff for The New York Times
According to an analysis from Standard & Poor’s, the ratings agency, the United States economy lost at least $6 billion in the five weeks the government was partly shuttered — more than the $5.7 billion that Mr. Trump had requested to build a steel or concrete barrier at the border.

Mr. Trump offered no explanation for his surrender, nor did he acknowledge that it was one. On Twitter on Friday night, he said: “This was in no way a concession. It was taking care of millions of people who were getting badly hurt by the Shutdown with the understanding that in 21 days, if no deal is done, it’s off to the races!”

During the president’s speech earlier in the day, cabinet officials and White House aides lined the sides of the Rose Garden and applauded him. Mr. Trump began his remarks as if he had actually emerged victorious, saying that he was “very proud to announce” what he called “a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government.”

Few lawmakers even in the president’s own party saw it that way.

“I hail from a state that is very supportive of the president and border security with barriers, so that is a consideration for me, but there are a lot of other strategies we could employ that would work better” than a shutdown, said Senator Shelley Moore Capito, Republican of West Virginia.

With polls showing the president enduring most of the blame by the public, Republicans led by Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, pressured Mr. Trump to agree to the temporary truce. Over the next three weeks, a House-Senate conference committee representing both parties will negotiate a border security plan, but if it fails to reach a consensus, government agencies could close again.

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The president’s concession came a day after two competing measures to reopen the government failed on the Senate floor. A Democratic bill, which would have reopened the government with no strings attached, received more votes than the bill backed by Mr. Trump, which included temporary protections for some undocumented immigrants in exchange for $5.7 billion for his proposed border wall.


A Typical Federal Worker Has Missed $5,000 in Pay From the Shutdown So Far
That’s a total of $200 million in unpaid wages each workday.

Jan. 16, 2019
Mr. McConnell and Mr. Schumer huddled on Thursday night after the failed votes to discuss a path forward. Mr. Schumer rejected the idea of offering a down payment for the wall to reopen the government and pitched Mr. McConnell on what ultimately became the agreement with Mr. Trump, according to a senior Democratic aide.

Mr. McConnell, who viewed the shutdown as unnecessary from the start, found Mr. Trump eager to end the impasse, and in a series of calls, they ironed out the details. To the Republican leader, it was a way to ease much of the pressure on federal workers and get the Senate back to work.

As late as early Friday morning, Mr. Trump appeared intent on declaring a national emergency at the border alongside the agreement to reopen the government, but Mr. McConnell and White House officials encouraged him to drop the idea, according to … [more]
news  2019  people-donald-trump 
28 days ago by daguti
Ray Dalio says US tax changes will have 'huge' impact on markets
I like that he acknowledges the fact that the system is not working, but I am a little offput by the fact that he thinks the 70% tax rate isn't going to work. I almost feel like he knows the system is going to collapse on itself, but he also does't want his billions taken away.

Maybe I'm missing something... he's not talking as uneducatedly as a Steve who thinks he deserves every penny and taxes are a crock... but it is a little worrisome that he's not full steam ahead about the 70% tax rate.
people-ray-dalio  taxes-as-a-concept  news  2019 
29 days ago by daguti
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is floating a 70 percent top tax rate — here’s the research that backs her up : TrueReddit
Great comments:

FIRST:
"An even more aggressive 2016 paper from Benjamin Lockwood, Charles Nathanson, and Glen Weyl argues that confiscatory taxation would be good for the economy because it would discourage talented people from entering lucrative lines of work. In a world of low taxes, they show, talented people have strong incentives to work in legal or financial professions rather than be teachers or research scientists."

SECOND:
books-to-read = "Have you read about Bullshit Jobs? An author named David Graeber wrote a book on the subject, which I'd link, but phone Reddit. The thesis is that many jobs under capitalism contribute nothing meaningful to the world or society, and only exist because they either produce profit for a company or raise some manager's status."

THIRD:
"Historically, the United States used to have many more tax brackets, and the top marginal tax rates were extremely high. Under Eisenhower, the top earners paid a 91 percent marginal rate, falling to Ocasio-Cortez’s proposed 70 percent under Kennedy and Johnson, before falling to 50 percent after Ronald Reagan’s first big tax cut, and then down to 38 percent after the 1986 tax reform."

FOURTH:
"Yeah but compared to many other developed countries 38% isn’t even that high, with a very high income required to reach that. In my western european country you’re taxed at 40% for everything over €38,000/year approximately. And then other graded income taxes can easily bring it over 50% at higher incomes (e.g. 80k/year)

It’s no wonder the US says it can’t afford universal healthcare or better education and the budget always runs a deficit, the tax base seems too narrow?"

FIFTH:
"Exactly... The problem isn't the rate. Only stupid rich people pay the rate you see on the surface. The real problem is tax code that was turned into a gigantic clusterfuck which allows the rich to hire specialized accountants, whose full-time job is finding them 'tax-advantaged' structures. For example see the story of Mitt Romney's IRA. Not to mention all the twats who simply offshore their money... Funny how all the anger over the paradise papers and related leaks was so quickly redirected to some manufactured controversy."
wealth-income-distribution  taxes-as-a-concept  news  2019 
6 weeks ago by daguti
Apple blew $9 billion buying back its own stock.
Here's the conflicting article:
https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/12/28/no-apple-didnt-lose-9-billion-by-repurchasing-shar.aspx

In short, the bookmarked article argues that Apple lost $9 billion by buying back it's own stock.

The article above argues that those shares were not purchased as an investment, they were purchased to reduce the number of outstanding shares (this is common in buybacks), so there is no loss.
Apple  stock-exchange  research-studies-conflicting  news  2018 
7 weeks ago by daguti
Giuliani now says the fact Trump signed a Letter of Intent for Trump Moscow is meaningless -- but just a few days ago Giuliani insisted Trump hadn't signed it. In related news, up is down, black is white, and we have always been at war with Oceania. : Mar
strategy, lies-lying = "I can't find it quickly, I'll search later,

But Guiliani tipped his hand at his strategy and this fits right in.

He said in an interview that his plan was to spread as many differing stories, as much misinformation as possible, to cloud the truth.

He feels that this isn't going to come down to a court of law, it's going to come down to public opinion .(The theory is that he will be facing impeachment, not criminal charges.. at least during his presidency) and the "jurors" on that case will judge based on their constituents' desires.

If he can keep enough people doubting Meuller's story by clouding the waters with misinformation, then he can keep Trump in office."


GREAT COMMENT:
statistics, religion = (I am implying the religion part myself)
"I swear, if humanity had a better instinctive understanding of statistics and how randomness works we'd be **SO** much better off.



As it is it takes weeks, even months, of study to understand why that's a BS belief, and even then it only make sense on a sort of rarefied intellectual level not down in our emotions where we form so many of our beliefs."

GREAT COMMENT:
books-to-buy = "“Now I will tell you the answer to my question. It is this. The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power, pure power. What pure power means you will understand presently. We are different from the oligarchies of the past in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the Russian Communists came very close to us in their methods, but they never had the courage to recognize their own motives. They pretended, perhaps they even believed, that they had seized power unwillingly and for a limited time, and that just around the corner there lay a paradise where human beings would be free and equal. We are not like that. We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it. Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now you begin to understand me.” ― George Orwell, 1984"
people-donald-trump  news  2018  corruption  crime  strategy  lies-lying  statistics  religion  books-to-buy 
9 weeks ago by daguti
Trump Foundation to shut down amid allegations of misuse
"Underwood said her investigators found “a shocking pattern of illegality involving the Trump Foundation — including unlawful coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and willful self-dealing, and much more.”"

But if some poor person were running that, they'd be in jail. But because the crook has money (and knows how to run his mouth), he can just give the money away and walk off scott free.
people-donald-trump  news  corruption  corruption-corporate 
9 weeks ago by daguti
Stock Markets to Close Wednesday to Honor President George H.W. Bush | Fortune
world-records = Wow, I don't think I've ever heard of the stock market closing to honor someone's death.
news  2018  obituaries  world-records 
11 weeks ago by daguti
Ryan Zinke Blames 'Radical Environmentalists' For California Fires | HuffPost
"California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) blamed climate change earlier this month for the “new abnormal” of an ever-worsening California fire season amid relentlessly mounting temperatures and drought.

Brown said that while forest management is one element of preventing fires, “managing all the forests everywhere ... does not stop climate change — and those that deny that are definitely contributing to the tragedy. The chickens are coming home to roost. This is real here.” On “Face the Nation” on Sunday, Brown said that in “less than five years, even the worst skeptics are going to be believers” in climate change.

Trump has called climate change a “hoax.” When reporters asked him about his attitude during his visit Saturday to fire-ravaged Paradise, California, the president responded: “I have a strong opinion: I want great climate. We’re going to have that.”"
people-donald-trump  news  2018 
november 2018 by daguti
Special Counsel Refers Scheme Targeting Mueller to FBI : politics
Why are conservatives so fucking damaged?

"Burkman, a conservative radio host, is known for spreading conspiracy theories. He launched his own private investigation into the murder of the DNC staffer Seth Rich, dangled uncorroborated claims of sexual harassment against a sitting member of Congress, and earlier this year offered $25,000 to FBI whistle-blowers for any information exposing wrongdoing during the 2016 election. He also promoted legislation that he authored—despite not being a member of Congress—that would ban gays from playing in the National Football League, and has hosted two fundraisers for Rick Gates—the former Trump campaign official who was indicted by Mueller late last year."

more coverage:
https://old.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/9st61o/maga_trolls_efforts_to_take_down_robert_mueller/
people-donald-trump  news  2018  corruption 
october 2018 by daguti
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