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Donald Trump rooted for the real estate crash | The Briefing

Monday, July 25, 2016

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Campaign Songs (HBO)

HELP THE RACHEL MADDOW SHOW 7/25/16 Clinton, DNC make room for Sanders progressives Rachel Maddow remarks on the extent of outreach and accommodation being made by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee for progressives and Bernie Sanders supporters



Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Republican National Convention (HBO)

As Democrats Gather, a Russian Subplot Raises Intrigue - The New York Times

"Proving the source of a cyberattack is notoriously difficult. But researchers have concluded that the national committee was breached by two Russian intelligence agencies, which were the same attackers behind previous Russian cyberoperations at the White House, the State Department and the Joint Chiefs of Staff last year. And metadata from the released emails suggests that the documents passed through Russian computers. Though a hacker claimed responsibility for giving the emails to WikiLeaks, the same agencies are the prime suspects. Whether the thefts were ordered by Mr. Putin, or just carried out by apparatchiks who thought they might please him, is anyone’s guess.



On Sunday morning, the issue erupted, as Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, argued on ABC’s “This Week” that the emails were leaked “by the Russians for the purpose of helping Donald Trump” citing “experts” but offering no other evidence. Mr. Mook also suggested that the Russians might have good reason to support Mr. Trump: The Republican nominee indicated in an interview with The New York Times last week that he might not back NATO nations if they came under attack from Russia — unless he was first convinced that the countries had made sufficient contributions to the Atlantic alliance."





As Democrats Gather, a Russian Subplot Raises Intrigue - The New York Times

Nevada divided over landmark school voucher program as it heads to top court | US news | The Guardian





"But Nevada’s “school choice” program, originally scheduled to begin in January, is on hold pending arguments on 29 July in the state supreme court. A group of parents are suing to kill the program, claiming that it illegally relies on money reserved for public schools. The ACLU is also challenging the law on grounds that state funds cannot be used for religious purposes, such as parochial schooling.



Nevada divided over landmark school voucher program as it heads to top court | US news | The Guardian

Racist Trump supporter goes after woman during NYC subway ride [VIDEO]

"Anyone who has ever ridden the subway before, especially in Manhattan, knows that during peak hours it’s not exactly unusual to end up having to stand. The subway is incredibly popular and used by most residents in the city.
What kind of a person would go on a rant all over something that happens commonly, to everybody? Someone who probably thinks they’re a little bit better than everyone else. Someone who thinks that perhaps the color of their skin makes them better than people who, say, have a different shade of skin. A racist. And yes, not shockingly, also a Trump supporter."

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Debbie Wasserman Schultz Resigns as DNC Chair - The Atlantic





"Debbie Wasserman Schultz has resigned as the chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) following a leak of thousands of emails that appeared to show committee staffers favoring Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders for the party’s presidential primary contest.



The Florida congresswoman said in a statement Sunday she will step down from the job at the end of the Democratic National Convention, which begins Monday in Philadelphia.



“I know that electing Hillary Clinton as our next president is critical for America’s future. I look forward to serving as a surrogate for her campaign in Florida and across the country to ensure her victory,” she said. “Going forward, the best way for me to accomplish those goals is to step down as party chair at the end of this convention.”



Donna Brazile, the DNC’s vice chair, will serve as interim chair through the election, the committee announced on Twitter.



Wasserman Schultz’s resignation comes days after the leak was reported Friday. The trove of nearly 20,000 emails, obtained by the hacker known as Guccifer 2.0 and shared with and published by WikiLeaks, seemed to show Democratic staffers discussing how to shrink support for the Sanders campaign. One email from May 2016 suggested using the Vermont senator’s religious background as ammunition."



Debbie Wasserman Schultz Resigns as DNC Chair - The Atlantic

Friday, July 22, 2016

Elizabeth Warren On Trump: "He Sounded Like A Two-Bit Dictator"

Powerful Words!! Dr. Michael Eric Dyson Speaks On The State Of Black Males And What America Must Do!



Melania Trump Did Not Plagiarize Her RNC Speech

Donald Trump’s Campaign of Fear - The New York Times





"What historical shift, what tremors in American culture, yielded up Mr. Trump’s moment from the depths of the national id? How did a braggadocious Manhattan billionaire with a history of dodgy business deals convince 13 million people feeling battered by a changing world that he is their solution? Chutzpah, reality TV and a hyperactive Twitter account are part of the answer. But Mr. Trump’s nomination is also a referendum on the Republican Party, delivered by working people fed up with leaders who want their votes but don’t address their struggles.



Given a chance to replace the empty sloganeering and self-aggrandizement of his primary campaign with solid proposals worthy of Americans’ trust, Mr. Trump made clear that he instead intends to terrify voters into supporting him, who will protect them from violence, a word that occurs over and over in his remarks."



Donald Trump’s Campaign of Fear - The New York Times

On Final Day of Convention, Trump Is Still Trump - NBC News




On Final Day of Convention, Trump Is Still Trump - NBC News

Donald Trump's father gets name-checked at the RNC. Remember Woody Guthrie's beef with him? - LA Times

You might remember hearing about Fred Trump in connection with the late singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie. A professor from Britain's University of Central Lancashire uncovered more than 50-year-old Guthrie lyrics that accused the elder Trump, who was Guthrie's landlord, of racism.
Here's a verse from the song:
I suppose
Old Man Trump knows
Just how much
Racial Hate
he stirred up
In the bloodpot of human hearts
When he drawed
That color line
Here at his
Eighteen hundred family project
Fred Trump was was investigated in the 1970s by the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division for discriminating against black renters.


Donald Trump's father gets name-checked at the RNC. Remember Woody Guthrie's beef with him? - LA Times

Donald Trump Takes America on a Journey to the Dark Side - NBC News



Donald Trump Takes America on a Journey to the Dark Side - NBC News