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from Washington Post

Paul Ryan’s false claim that ‘because of Obamacare, Medicare is going broke’

Lying Ryan's FALSE claim that 'because of Obamacare, Medicare is going broke'

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from The Huffington Post

Army Halts Construction Of Dakota Access Pipeline

12/4/16 - Obama Administration Halts Construction Of Dakota Access Pipeline

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Argument Trump Won Because Voters Are Ignorant, Literally Democracy is supposed to enact the will of the people. But what if the people have no clue what they’re doing?

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from the Guardian

We need to talk about the online radicalisation of young, white men

With the appointment of Breitbart News’s chair to Trump’s staff we need to be clear about the links between misogyny, racism and neofascism on alt-right websites

BLOCKCHAIN: A Word We're Going To Hear A Lot. Are You Ready For A Decentralized Economy? @teddymillard

from The Economist

A Trump trade agenda

Donald Trump's trade proposals would hurt the very working-class voters who elected him

Losing Immigrant Workers on Dairy Farms Would Nearly Double Retail Milk Prices and Cost the Economy More than $32 Billion, New Report Finds | National Milk Producers Federation

from Reuters

Tough reality check for Trump's pledge of better heartland jobs, wages

A supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is pictured during a campaign event in Concord, North Carolina, U.S. November 3, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

from the Guardian

We must rethink globalization, or Trumpism will prevail

Abandoned manufacturing plant

Trump and American Populism -- Old Whine, New Bottles. Two strands of populism have long thrived in American politics, both purporting to champion the interests of ordinary people. One shoots upward, at nefarious elites; the other—Trump’s tradition—shoots both up and down, targeting outsiders at the bottom of the ladder as well.