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Rhiannon12866

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Hometown: NE New York
Home country: USA
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Stephen Colbert - Monologue and Opening - 3/2/18

Robert Mueller Is Hot On Trump's Tail



Special counsel Robert Mueller is now gathering evidence from beauty pageants, controversial documents, and one anonymous source extremely close to Trump.



Stephen Colbert Grabs Capitol Hill By The Memo



While the Russia investigation has become clouded by the confusion surrounding dueling memos, Stephen heads to to Congress to get the truth straight from the horse's mouth. Horses like Rep. Adam Schiff, Sen. Jeff Flake and Sen. Mark Warner.



Big Furry Hat: 'Universal Remote' Edition



From now on, there shall be only one universal remote, total, that controls all of the televisions. And I have it. And we're watching 'Night Rider.'



Steve Buscemi Auditioned For Every 'Best Picture' Nominee



Lady Bird, Get Out, The Darkest Hour... are all movies that did not feature Steve Buscemi.




Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Sat Mar 3, 2018, 05:04 AM (5 replies)

Legal Limbo

A federal judge just opened the door to more climate lawsuits. In a ruling this week, Judge William Alsup said that plaintiffs can sue greenhouse-gas emitters in federal court. That’s a big reversal. So far, the courts have held that it’s up to the EPA and lawmakers — not judges — to bring polluters into line.

In this case, the cities of Oakland and San Francisco sued a bunch of oil companies for contributing to climate change, raising sea levels and damaging their waterfronts. Because federal courts had previously said they wouldn’t regulate polluters, the cities were trying to move their lawsuit into the California court. If federal court wouldn’t punish polluters, the lawyers figured, maybe state court would.

Alsup denied the cities’ motion to move to state court. But instead of bowing to precedent and punting responsibility over to the EPA, he’s letting the lawsuit go to trial — in federal court.

“[The oil companies] got what they wanted; but they may be sorry they did,” said Ken Adams, lawyer for the Center for Climate Integrity, in a statement.


https://grist.org/briefly/a-federal-judge-just-opened-the-door-to-more-climate-lawsuits/
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Sat Mar 3, 2018, 04:48 AM (0 replies)

Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) - 3/2/18

Monologue: Giving Hicks Hope



Bill recaps the top stories of the week, including Hope Hicks' resignation and more White House turmoil.



Never Again MSD



Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students David Hogg and Cameron Kasky join Bill to discuss the recent campus shooting in Parkland, FL, and their efforts to prevent future gun violence.



Notes to Self



Running the government is no easy task and some officials need help remembering their lines.



New Rule: That's Not News



In his editorial New Rule, Bill chastises the media for pitting Americans against each other with phony controversies.



Voting Age, Gov Class, Billy Graham, Jeff Sessions | Overtime



Bill and his guests - David Hogg, Cameron Kasky, Eric Holder, Jon Meacham, and Amy Chua – answer viewer questions after the show.
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Sat Mar 3, 2018, 01:43 AM (10 replies)

Seth Meyers: Guest Don Lemon on the Challenges of Hosting CNN Tonight in the Trump Era



Don Lemon explains why he's okay with working on his birthday and describes the challenges of hosting CNN Tonight in the Trump era.



Don Lemon Knows Trump Watches His Show Every Night



Don Lemon talks about confronting the absurdity of the president's surrogates, reveals how he knows the president watches his show every night and explains why he admires the Parkland shooting student activists.
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Sat Mar 3, 2018, 12:16 AM (0 replies)

Seth Meyers - The White House Calligrapher, Seth's Workout Playlist - Monologue - 3/1/18





Seth's Favorite Jokes of the Week: Ted Cruz's Smile, Hope Hicks' White Lies



Seth's favorite jokes from the week of February 26.
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Sat Mar 3, 2018, 12:12 AM (1 replies)

Stephen Colbert - Monologue and Opening - 3/1/18

Trump Radically Changed The U.S. Economy Because He Could



Donald Trump enacted tariffs on imported steel and aluminum because he was allowed to.



Is There Anyone Left In Trump's Administration?



Hope Hicks is gone. H.R. McMaster is on his way out. Jeff Sessions is a southern riddlemaster.



Utah Lawmakers Made The Worst Rap Ever



Utah's House of Representatives wanted to show how a bill becomes a law. Instead, they showed how an innocent attempt at musical humor becomes a catastrophe of historic proportions.



'The Shape Of Water' Inspired More XXX Fish Movies



'The Shape of Water' may have received 13 Oscar nominations, but the best form of flattery is imitation. Dirty, dirty imitation.
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Fri Mar 2, 2018, 04:50 AM (8 replies)

A State-By-State View Of U.S. Renewable Energy In 2017

As part of its Electric Power Monthly series, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its year-end 2017 energy figures this week, detailing electricity production, use and costs at a state level. The year 2017 was another big one for wind and solar, with many leading states continuing to add to their clean energy portfolios and a few states getting into the game for the first time.

Over the last few years, the U.S. has seen remarkable growth in clean, renewable energy like wind and solar power. In 2017, renewables – such as hydropower, wind, solar and geothermal energy – made up 16% of the electricity powering the nation’s homes and businesses. This is almost double their contribution at the start of the decade.

While this is positive progress, much more still needs to be done: A recent NRDC report concluded that the U.S. should generate at least 80% of its electricity from renewable resources by 2050 in order to meet the Paris Agreement’s target of holding global warming to no more than a 2 degree increase. Without stronger policies in place, the most recent government forecast has America achieving only half that, or 40% from renewables, by 2050. However, there’s reason to think that the forecast is overly conservative, as wind and solar continue to grow across the country, and states, cities and corporations continue to ramp up their climate and clean energy commitments.





Much more: https://solarindustrymag.com/state-state-view-u-s-renewable-energy-2017
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Fri Mar 2, 2018, 04:11 AM (1 replies)

The Daily Show: Trump Attacks the GOP and Sides with Democrats on Gun Control



During meetings to discuss gun reform, President Trump unexpectedly sides with Democrats on issues like universal background checks and age restrictions.
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Fri Mar 2, 2018, 01:18 AM (5 replies)

Seth Meyers - Jared Kushner's Engulfed in Scandal, Trump and Mr. Magoo: A Closer Look



Seth takes a closer look at the key White House aides mired in scandal, the Russia probe heating up and President Trump publicly attacking his own attorney general.
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Fri Mar 2, 2018, 12:53 AM (3 replies)

Seth Meyers - Hope Hicks Resigns, Dick's Sporting Goods - Monologue - 2/28/18





Amber Reviews Black Panther



Late Night writer Amber Ruffin explains why she hated Black Panther.
Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Fri Mar 2, 2018, 12:48 AM (0 replies)
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