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Can someone explain this executive order?

This is an order 45 signed on Jan.20,2017 about the ACA . Will this do away with funding?


Democratic Members of House and Senate on C-Span

Speaking out against Trumpcare.

Are the GOP members saying they are voting no

Are lying so that when they pass the health care on Thursday he will look like the great negotiator

Robert Mercer : the big data billionaire waging war on mainstream media

This is a very interesting read about “election management strategies” and “messaging and information operations”,


Did 45 release his own tax form?

Here is a good read about why it might have been 45 that released his tax form :

Another interesting theory surfaces about why the 2005 return would be a favorable year to leak:

Donald Trump married Melania Knaus in 2005. She had been a permanent resident since 2001. She became a US citizen in 2006. Part of the US naturalization checklist the last 5 years tax returns OR the last 3 years tax returns if married to a US citizen, which would be in Melania's case:

2003 single filing...
2004 single filing...
2005 joint filing with DJT

Melania's citizenship depended on a squeaky clean join tax filing in 2005. This is why Trump, yesterday, leaked his own (partial) 2005 1040 form. It was the only year he was forced to play by the rules.

link to rest of article

House Republicans would let employers demand workers genetic test results

House Republicans would let employers demand workers’ genetic test results

A little-noticed bill moving through Congress would allow companies to require employees to undergo genetic testing or risk paying a penalty of thousands of dollars, and would let employers see that genetic and other health information.


Link to bill H.R.1313


Lessons from Putins Moscow for Living in Trump's America By Michael Idov

Good article of what it's like in Russia


45 has a lot in common Putin

Journalist: Russia's Interference Is An 'Assault On The Western Liberal Order

On Putin's tactics for creating false stories

This is one of Putin's tactics that he first learnt as a junior spy in Leningrad when he joined the KGB — essentially lying, if you're in the KGB. There's nothing wrong about it. It's simply a kind of tactic. It's a kind of operational strategy. And what we've seen, essentially, is that the Kremlin has kind of perfected these postmodern techniques, first of all, by squashing domestic criticism and taking over TV inside Russia, but really, over the last seven or eight years, willing this out to an English language audience through things like Russia Today, the English-language propaganda channel of the Kremlin.

The goal is essentially to persuade some people that the Kremlin's view of events is true, but also to kind of confuse and bamboozle everybody else by floating conspiracy theories, so there are 10 different explanations for an event, by doing fake news, by hiring armies of trolls. ... And so it's clever, it's clever because it allows, actually, the Russian regime to get away with all sorts of things, and increasingly, I guess, exploiting the openness of Western societies and America in particular.


Kentucky Balanced Budget Bill is a Threat to the U.S. Constitution

I followed a link from indivisibleky.org on twitter Thom Hartman has talked about this on his show. http://indivisibleky.org/index.php/2017/03/04/urgent-call-to-unite-take-action-in-kentucky/
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