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Hilarious: Sarah Silverman Interviews Trump (OK Not Really)

Little Green Footballs - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 15:10

YouTube

Sarah Silverman sits down with “real” Donald Trump. (As expertly played by Anthony Atamanuik.)

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We must choose to solve climate change

Daily Kos - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 14:15

For most of my life the average summertime temperature for southern Wisconsin has been 67 degrees. By the time I am 70 it is predicted to be 72 degrees. By the time my son is 70, that average temperature will be pushing 77 degrees. A temperature more at home in southern Tennessee, or Northern Georgia. 

The argument over whether climate change is happening is moot at this point, and we are already seeing the impacts: wetter weather in some areas of the country, wildfires ripping across the west, and larger, and stronger hurricanes. The deniers are still at it though. 

The latest thing out of the mouths of the deniers is:

Something’s happening [with the climate] and it’ll change back again … I don’t know that it’s manmade. — Donald Trump

Or

how much of [climate change] is manmade, how much of it is solar, how much of it is oceanic, how much of it is rain forest and other issues? I think we’re still exploring all of that. — Larry Kudlow

and then this nonsense,

I can’t tell you to what percentage of [climate change] is due to human activity — Marco Rubio

Climate change is real, and it is manmade. The current generation of leadership in the U.S. and around the world have just been sticking their heads in the sand, not wanting to confront an issue that is going to dramatically reshape the world we live in. Mass extinctions, extreme weather, loss of permafrost, ocean acidification, which will release methane, sea level rise, and god help us all, no more beer

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Lindsey Graham Angrily Claims Democrats Will Use 'Mob Rule' To Govern: 'Punish Them'

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 13:31
 'Punish Them'

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) asserted on Sunday that Democrats would impose "mob rule" if they won the U.S. House of Representatives in November.

During an interview on Fox News, the senior senator from South Carolina adopted Donald Trump's talking points on so-called Democratic "mobs."

"I think people are going to be voting on the mob rule of the Democratic Party," Graham told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo. "If you elect Democrats to run the House, you know exactly what you're going to get. They're going to try and impeach the president and impeach [Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh]."

"They don't care about your wallet -- they just want to get in your wallet," he continued. "[Kavanaugh's confirmation], to me, was a despicable episode in the history of the Senate. These [migrant] caravans will never be stopped by Nancy Pelosi. And when it comes to standing up to the world, you need a strong leader like President Trump."

Graham revealed that he had been handpicked by Trump to campaign for Republicans in 13 states.

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Newt Gingrich Continues To Feed Trump His Hate-Filled Talking Points On Immigration

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 13:19
Newt Gingrich Continues To Feed Trump His Hate-Filled Talking Points On Immigration

We all know Trump gets his talking points from Fox "news" and grifter extraordinaire Newt Gingrich, (who has been teaching his colleagues on the right how to disparage and dehumanize their political opponents for decades) was back this week with host Laura Ingraham, dialing the fearmongering over this caravan of refugees from Honduras up to eleven.

Now, not only is this band of refugees going to come here to take every red blooded 'Murkin's job, rape their women, while stealing and pillaging along the way (with the help of George Soros, of course), they're now also going to be responsible for the destruction of civilization itself.

Run fer your lives!

GINGRICH: And what we have to confront is exactly what that Mexican official said. If we're not prepared to stop this caravan, how big will the next one be? How many will there be? And I think this puts Democrats, frankly in a very difficult box. They don't like to control the border. They don't like to stop immigration. In fact, Stacey Abrams, the Democrat candidate for governor from the state of Georgia said she regarded the documented and the undocumented as equal, so she's basically saying, if you get here illegally, you're part of her majority coalition.

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Chris Wallace Presses Rand Paul To Explain Why Trump Finds Saudi Explanation Credible

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 13:17

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) tried to cover for Trump as much as he could during an interview with Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace and finally told the host he had no idea why.

After telling the FNS host that Saudi Arabia's new explanation was not believable, Chris Wallace asked why Trump is so gullible. (That's my interpretation)

Wallace said, "Trump was asked about the arrest of 18 people involved in the case and the firing of five officials, some of them with close ties to the Crown Prince. Here's what he had to say."

Trump, "I think it's a good first step, it's a big step, it's a lot of people. a lot of people involved and i think it's a great first step.

Reporter: Do you consider it's credible, their explanation?

Trump, "I do, I do."

I pronounce them man and wife.

Wallace then asked, "Does President Trump know something that you don’t, Senator, or frankly do you think he’s covering for the Saudis?”

Instead of answering the question or imitating Ralph Kramden ---

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--- Sen. Paul went on a Kellyanne Conway-like tirade.

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Don't we want a president America can be proud of?

Daily Kos - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 12:30

I like a complex policy discussion as much as the next person. Charts, graphs, and numbers are great tools to make an argument about why one approach is superior to another, or why a particular law is not working out as advertised. This week, however, my post is not going utilize any such tools. I’m going to take a more visceral rather than analytical approach. That seems fitting, because if there’s one thing we can say about the presidency of Mr. 46 Percent of the Popular Vote, it’s that he definitely takes a more visceral rather than analytical approach.

We could take any week of Trump’s time in the White House and find multiple examples of him making an ass of himself. This week, however, offered one of his bigliest sets of ass-making actions and statements. Out of the many examples, let’s focus on a few. Regarding the first, I’ll start with a question: Did you ever imagine a president of the United States would publish a statement calling another American citizen a “Horseface”? Did you ever imagine explaining to your kids that he did?

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Let’s note a couple of things, beyond the obvious point that this represents a national embarrassment, although certainly not the worst one this man has inflicted on the presidency. One, his placement of the comma in the final sentence actually identifies him, Donald Trump (“me”, in the tweet), as “a total con.” Don the Con. That’s exactly right.

Although that grammatical slip-up represented some accidental truth-telling, this little bit of public relations was far from off-the-cuff. Apparently he “trial-ballooned” and “workshopped” this comment “among White House aides, close friends, and acquaintances,” according to the Daily Beast. All that preparation still didn’t stop him from spelling Stormy Daniels’ name wrong. Oh, and what does it say about a person when he insults the looks of a woman he pursued for sex? Just sayin.’

You wanted a reality-show president? You got one. And, as we know, “Horseface” is far from the first time Trump has reduced a woman to her looks or her body parts. Will this disgusting language affect Trump and his Republican allies at the ballot box? The New York Times speculated that it “could also prove problematic for Republicans facing female opponents.” Here’s one scholar’s take:

“This rhetoric is the kind of thing that has turned off college-educated Republican women who voted for Trump in 2016, but have fallen away,” said Debbie Walsh, the director of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. Calling the president’s comment “adolescent,” Ms. Walsh said that “you cannot continue to be a party in power if the voters that you are appealing to are white men over the age of 60.”

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Another Republican Wants To Balance The Budget On The Backs Of Seniors

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 12:27
Another Republican Wants To Balance The Budget On The Backs Of Seniors

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) told Meet the Press host Chuck Todd they're going to have to make some "tough choices so that we can balance our books" as he fearmongered about the "powder keg of dynamite" and debt he and his party just made worse with a gigantic tax cut for the rich.

During an interview with Bloomberg, Mitch McConnell said his biggest regret was not slashing our social safety nets, (at least not yet) but as Karoli noted, he wants some bipartisan cover before they go after Medicare and Social Security, and this move is par for the course with what they've been doing for decades -- cut taxes for the wealthy and then use it as an excuse to "starve the beast" and go after programs they hate and want to gut anyway.

Now we're hearing other Republicans parroting that same line. Todd asked Tillis about their prospects for the midterm elections, their lies about wanting to cover preexisting conditions and failure to pass an alternative to the Affordable Care Act, and Tillis responded by blaming Democrats for failing to help them deal with what he called a "crisis."

CHUCK TODD: But in fairness, you've had four years in the majority in the Senate to come up with an alternative and two years with full Republican control of Washington.

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Trump Administration Looks To Define Transgenderism Out Of Existence

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 12:13

Oh look! Just in time for an election where it's expected that the party in power will lose seats, here comes the Pavlovian bell ringing on culture issues playing into the small-mindedness and bigotry of the average Trump voter.

And really, there's no better way to get your people to the polls than to come up with a way to just be a total a-hole to people already struggling with so much bigotry and ignorance leveled out them. Punching down has always been a part of the GOP's electoral strategy.

The Trump administration is considering narrowly defining gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth, the most drastic move yet in a governmentwide effort to roll back recognition and protections of transgender people under federal civil rights law.
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The department argued in its memo that key government agencies needed to adopt an explicit and uniform definition of gender as determined “on a biological basis that is clear, grounded in science, objective and administrable.” The agency’s proposed definition would define sex as either male or female, unchangeable, and determined by the genitals that a person is born with, according to a draft reviewed by The Times. Any dispute about one’s sex would have to be clarified using genetic testing.
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'I Was Wrong': Matt Gaetz Defends 'Caravan' Conspiracy Even Though It Is Based On A Lie

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 12:06
 Matt Gaetz Defends 'Caravan' Conspiracy Even Though It Is Based On A Lie

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) admitted on Sunday that he had provided false information when he tweeted a video of a "caravan" of Latinos who he suggested had been paid by liberal billionaire George Soros.

In a tweet last week, Gaetz sent a video of a group of people, who he said were from Honduras and asked if they were being paid by Soros to illegally come to the U.S. The video was later re-tweeted by President Donald Trump.

During a panel discussion on CNN, Gaetz conceded that he had been wrong about the video.

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Customers confront McConnell on policies in Louisville restaurant, dump his to-go box

Daily Kos - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 11:57

On Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, was confronted by a group of customers in a restaurant while eating dinner with his wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. 

The couple were dining at Havana Rumba, a Cuban restaurant, in Louisville, Kentucky, when several customers reportedly confronted McConnell. Only part of the entire interaction was captured on video.

Casey Leek, a customer of the restaurant, told The Louisville Courier-Journal that first, a woman confronted the senator, called him a “traitor,” and other diners clapped and cheered. Leek also claims that a man took McConnell's to-go box from his table, opened the restaurant’s door, and tossed the food on the sidewalk.

One of what was allegedly a group of four men (only this man was captured in the viral video) yelled, “Why don't you get out of here? Why don't you leave the entire country?"

In speaking directly to other customers, he said, “They’re going to come for your Social Security,” likely referring to when McConnell said that programs including Social Security need to be cut in order to make up for the Trump administration’ s enormous budget deficient, which sits at the highest in six years, at $779 billion.

In the video, other diners chime in, some encouraging the guys to back off the senator. Some apparently just want to have dinner without drama, as in the video, you can hear a woman simply say, “Check!”

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Tucker Carlson: Outrage Over Jamal Kashoggi's Murder Is A Political Stunt

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 11:00

Smarty-smart Tucker isn't surprised Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by the Saudis. He wants you to know he could have told you that with his eyes closed. (pssst...Tuckie...we're not surprised, either.) He says he is confused by false outrage on the part of our rulers, though, and that this is just a stunt.

Of course they did it. We know they did it. Their only concern was getting caught Now they have been caught and they probably regret the whole thing. All of that makes sense, none of it is surprising. What is confusing is the wave of false posturing on display from our own mindless ruling class.

See, there I have to say he is right. I mean, when he talks about our mindless ruling class, he means the Republicans, right? Who is in charge of all three branches of government now? Who blocked our previous Democratic president from appointing any judges whatsoever? Who is doing everything they can to insert religion into schools, healthcare, and our bedrooms? I'm not seeing any posturing that feigns outrage over Khashoggi's brutal murder from the Republicans at all. So, yeah, I am sitting here confused. Where is the Republican outrage? Are any of them upset? What posturing is Tucker talking about?

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Republicans want to take away your Medicare, Social Security, and Medicaid

Daily Kos - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 10:45

Mitch McConnell is disappointed:

After instituting a $1.5 trillion tax cut and signing off on a $675 billion budget for the Department of Defense, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that the only way to lower the record-high federal deficit would be to cut entitlement programs like Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.

"It’s disappointing, but it’s not a Republican problem," McConnell said of the deficit, which grew 17 percent to $779 billion in fiscal year 2018. McConnell explained to Bloomberg that "it’s a bipartisan problem: Unwillingness to address the real drivers of the debt by doing anything to adjust those programs to the demographics of America in the future." The deficit has increased 77 percent since McConnell became majority leader in 2015.

New Treasury Department analysis on Monday revealed that corporate tax cuts had a significant impact on the deficit this year. Federal revenue rose by 0.04 percent in 2018, a nearly 100 percent decrease on last year’s 1.5 percent. In fiscal year 2018, tax receipts on corporate income fell to $205 billion from $297 billion in 2017.

The Republican tax cuts for the wealthy gutted federal revenues and exploded the deficit, just as the CBO said they would, but it's not the Republicans' problem. That's Republican logic for you. And of course their solution isn’t to undo the damage they inflicted but to inflict more. By gutting the budget. McConnell has some very specific spending targets:

McConnell said it would be “very difficult to do entitlement reform, and we’re talking about Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid,” with one party in charge of Congress and the White House.

“I think it’s pretty safe to say that entitlement changes, which is the real driver of the debt by any objective standard, may well be difficult if not impossible to achieve when you have unified government,” McConnell said.

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GOP Senate Nominee Calls Fox Host A Liar After He Correctly Says She Wants To Strip Pre-existing Conditions

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 10:43
GOP Senate Nominee Calls Fox Host A Liar After He Correctly Says She Wants To Strip Pre-existing Conditions

Republican Arizona Senate nominee Martha McSally on Sunday accused Fox News host Chris Wallace of lying because he correctly pointed out that she wanted to strip the protections for people with pre-existing conditions from President Barack Obama's health care reform law.

During an interview on Sunday, Wallace noted that the latest Fox News poll shows that health care is the top issue.

"You voted for repeal and replace [of Obamacare] last year, which under its terms would have permitted states to allow insurance to be sold for people with pre-existing conditions with higher premiums," Wallace explained. "Do you acknowledge that protection for people with pre-existing conditions was significantly weaker under repeal and replace than it was under Obamacare?"

Dodging the question, McSally insisted that she is "passionate about protecting people with pre-existing conditions."

"I voted to make sure they had that coverage," she opined. "This is the left all over the country, the lies that they're perpetuating in order to play upon fear."

"The reality is that Obamacare, right now, is not covering people with pre-existing conditions," McSally insisted. "We can't go back to where we were in the past."

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Sen. Ben Sasse Lies About Hannity And Maddow Having The 'Same Business Model'

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 10:19
Sen. Ben Sasse Lies About Hannity And Maddow Having The 'Same Business Model'

Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse knows what Fox "news" host and flame thrower Sean Hannity is doing is bad for America, but he's incapable of saying that without trying to lump him in with Rachel Maddow and play the "both sides do it" game.

He did just that on this Sunday's State of the Union on CNN, when host Jake Tapper asked Sasse about the criticism on Hannity in his new book:

TAPPER: Let's turn back to your book. You have harsh words in the book for partisans on both sides, including Fox News host Sean Hannity. You write his goal is not to promote a conservative agenda or to offer coherent arguments against liberal principles, but instead, “his core cause is to rage.”

Hannity responded on twitter saying “After your book fails, I will gladly debate you about how the success of the last two years would never have happened with your never Trumper positions.” and “Also we could talk about” “why I know you are a con artist and phony.” “You owe the great people of Nebraska an apology.” I wanted to give you an opportunity to respond to Sean Hannity.

SASSE: Yeah, so I've told Sean I'd be happy to debate him in a neutral environment about whether or not his business model is good for America, because it's bad for America and I think we need to back up.

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Saudi Employee At Twitter Suspected Of Spying

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 10:00
Saudi Employee At Twitter Suspected Of Spying

What happens when the public square is actually privately owned by libertarians bros?

What happens when our technological advances to democratize discourse outstrip our ability to anticipate its use to undermine democracy?

This happens:

Saudi Arabia is suspected of having groomed a Saudi employee at Twitter to help the country's leadership by spying on the accounts of dissidents, according to a new report.

The New York Times reported Saturday that Western officials told Twitter in 2015 that one of their employees, Ali Alzabarah, was being groomed to spy on the accounts.

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The Times reported that the alleged efforts appeared to be part of a larger push by the Saudi royal family to use hundreds of people to flood social media with pro-Saudi messaging and smother the voices of dissenters.

Murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi had been actively looking at these social media accounts harassing dissidents and flooding the Twitterverse with pro-Saudi messages at the time of his death.

And to be clear, it's far from only the Saudis. We know that the Russians do the same as did Iran during the Green Revolution.

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The Trump administration considers plan that officially erases trans identities

Daily Kos - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 09:02

What if you were born and the government decided you did not exist? That is what the Trump Administration is contemplating doing to millions of Americans, of all races, and all ages.

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is considering narrowly defining gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth, the most drastic move yet in a governmentwide effort to roll back recognition and protections of transgender people under federal civil rights law.

1.4 million Americans define themselves as belonging to another gender despite the appearance of their “genitalia.” In a move to appease his radical, so-called “Christian” base, Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services is preparing to take away the Federally-guaranteed civil rights provided to these people that protect them from hatred, ostracism, violence and discrimination as they live their lives.

[T]he Department of Health and Human Services is spearheading an effort to establish a legal definition of sex under Title IX, the federal civil rights law that bans gender discrimination in education programs that receive government financial assistance, according to a memo obtained by The New York Times.

The department argued in its memo that key government agencies needed to adopt an explicit and uniform definition of gender as determined “on a biological basis that is clear, grounded in science, objective and administrable.” The agency’s proposed definition would define sex as either male or female, unchangeable, and determined by the genitals that a person is born with, according to a draft reviewed by The Times. Any dispute about one’s sex would have to be clarified using genetic testing.

Protections for transgender people were established during the Administration of President Obama, as our society gradually came to recognize that one’s perception and understanding of one’s sexual identity could not be reduced to the appearance of one’s sexual organs. This was an understanding that was and is supported by the medical and psychological community as firmly well-established.  It is also an understanding that has been widely acknowledged by our courts and legal system.

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Why Is An MSNBC Host Promoting The Notion That It Ought To Be Harder, Not Easier, To Vote?

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 09:01
Why Is An MSNBC Host Promoting The Notion That It Ought To Be Harder, Not Easier, To Vote?

MSNBC has been running quite a few of these "man on the street" segments, interviewing college students and millennials across the country ahead of the midterm elections, the purpose of which I'm not exactly sure of, since most people already know that young people are unreliable voters.

Following one of these segments this Saturday, where NBC reporter Simone Boyce spoke to a handful of more apathetic millenials, the discussion between Boyce and host Alex Witt turned to whether or not people ought to be able to vote on their mobile devices, which might encourage younger people who are used to being able to do just about everything else from their phones, to do just that.

Here's what Witt said in response:

WITT: I get that. As we were saying during the commercial break, I think there's something about citizens coming together, civil disobedience, and we all go, and you make your voice heard. And there's a tradition to it. I get you have to change and modernize some things, but I love that whole prospect of getting out the vote, or, look, my kids, if they're not necessarily in the districts where they live. They have to bother to apply for the absentee ballot, get that thing mailed to them, get it back to them.

I mean, it's not necessarily easy, but I sometimes don't think it should be that easy, because it is such a privilege, right?

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Stop the handwringing and conjecture about the 'Latino vote,' and support groups doing GOTV

Daily Kos - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 09:00

As the midterm elections draw closer and closer, major media outlets have turned once again to pontificating about and predicting the “Hispanic” or “Latino” vote, and comparing it to past white and black voter turnout demographics. This includes hand wringing, scolding, and finger pointing. A quote about how this is “bad news for (insert name of Democrat running for office)” is always included, along with an interview of someone “Hispanic” who is both a Republican and an ardent Trump supporter. Some have even gone as far as to predict that if the “blue wave” doesn’t happen, it will be Latinos’ fault—because “they don’t vote.” It kinda reminds me of all the people still re-hashing 2016, saying “if only those black people had voted like they did for Obama.”

ARGH! 

There have, of course, been a slew of weighty “think” pieces on whether “Democrats have a problem with Hispanic voters,” and long lists of what Democrats are doing wrong when it comes to messaging, and taking Latinos for granted, and the “Oh my, I’m so surprised and disheartened that ‘they’ won’t vote, don’t vote, or might vote for Republicans” take. Why that is a surprise is beyond me. After all, no one seems surprised about a majority of white people voting for Trump, who doesn’t give a damn about them either.

If I had a dollar for every white (non-Latino) person who has asked me, “How could any Latino vote for Trump? I mean he is so horrid to people of color,” I’d be rich. My answer is “How could all y’all white folks do it?” And, “Who says all Latinos are, or think of themselves as, people of color?”

Makes me wanna holler, tear out my hair, and throw up both my hands.

Lumping Latinx into a box, as if ‘they’ are a racial category, is simply wrong. Failing to realize the tremendous ethnic, class, and cultural diversity between and among groups who may be Spanish speakers, hail from Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, or who have roots here dating back to before the U.S. became a nation causes much of the confusion. That big-box, one-size-fits-all demographic category of Latinos, Hispanics, Latinx, Latin@s—whichever term you use, creates a very false picture of the political map. ‘They’ run the gamut, are not homogeneous, are not always white, and are sometimes black. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean the same as “black American.”

Don’t get me wrong. There are research groups and scholars who do a very good job of surveying and studying various segments of our Latino/Hispanic communities. I’ll be referencing some of them here.

My question today is a simple one. If you are ‘concerned’ about voter turnout in these communities, what will you do to support the groups who are out there busting butt doing GOTV, and what support can you give to Democratic Latinx candidates who are currently running for office? (There are quite a few.) 

Support doesn’t just mean money, either: you can also help get the word out. 

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Mike's Blog Round Up

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 09:00
Mike's Blog Round Up

Alicublog: About those "Never Trumpers."

Crooked Timber: The conservative legal movement (plus graphs).

TomDispatch: Kavanaugh and Guantanamo.

Booman Tribune: Hurricane Michael could change results in Florida.

Wired: I learned about climate change by watching Fortnite on Twitch.

This installment by Batocchio. E-mail tips to mbru AT crooksandliars DOT com.


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The Mega Millions Jackpot Is Now More Than $1 Billion – Where Does All That Lottery Profit Really Go?

Crooks and Liars - Sun, 10/21/2018 - 09:00
The Mega Millions Jackpot Is Now More Than $1 Billion – Where Does All That Lottery Profit Really Go?

Liberty Vittert, Washington University in St Louis

The Mega Millions jackpot drawing on Oct. 19 has soared to US$1 billion.

In the middle of the 20th century, when lotteries first started in the U.S., they were sold to states as a way to benefit the American public. That suggests that bigger and bigger jackpots should mean more tax dollars to spend on public services like education. But that isn’t happening. So what’s really going on?

First, let’s look at how lottery jackpots got so big. This particular jackpot started at $40 million in July, and week after week, no one drew the winning numbers, but the tickets keep getting bought.

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