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  • The Mueller Investigation Is Sending People to Jail

    Submitted by the Strategic Culture Foundation

    The anonymous government official who revealed a “resistance” inside the White House has heightened the sense of doom hanging over Donald Trump’s presidency. A stream of disparaging claims from other White House insiders, the multiple criminal cases enveloping Trump’s inner circle, and the ongoing special-counsel investigation into possible collusion with the Russian government have all also added to anticipation of Trump’s imminent downfall. But...


  • Ban the bags: Plastic is the enemy of the people

    Today's weird fact: They go through 1.5 million plastic bags each year in the Rutgers dining halls alone.

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    With a pen stroke, Gov. Murphy could have imposed a 5-cent fee for plastic bags. Then he could have grabbed that money to wallpaper the cracks in his budget, just as legislative leadership had planned in the bill he vetoed Monday.

    He also could have told all cities and towns with ordinances that ban bags entirely that they were out of...


  • The Mueller Investigation Is Sending People to Jail—but Not for Collusion

    Aaron Maté

    The belief that George Papadopoulos, Michael Cohen, and Paul Manafort would turn over evidence of collusion with Russia got ahead of reality.

    The post The Mueller Investigation Is Sending People to Jail—but Not for Collusion appeared first on The Nation.