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Running On Empty (Sydney Lumet, USA 1988)

A multi-faceted movie!

Cast: Christine Lahti, River Phoenix, Judd Hirsch, Jonas Abry, Martha Plimpton
Directed: Sidney Lumet
Written: Naomi Foner
Edited: Andrew Mondshein
Photographed: Gerry Fisher
Music: Tony Mottola

Drama,

and it only gets worse...

“Four years after Texas gave up millions of dollars in federal Medicaid funds so it could ban Planned Parenthood from participating in a family planning program for low-income women, the state is asking the Trump administration for the money back.

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White House Document Says "Nut-Job" Comey's Firing Took Great Pressure Off Trump

Less than an hour after President Trump’s departure for the Middle East and the start of a hard-won collective Friday happy hour, the Gray Lady broke in with yet another story about Trump. 380 more words

POLITICAL

Shock and Awe and James Comey

It would be interesting to see a study about how much the overall productivity of people in the United States has been disrupted by the general dysfunction of the United States since last November. 842 more words

Resistance

Exclusive–James Comey ‘Threw the Reputation of the FBI Under the Bus,’ Says Bureau’s Former Assistant Director

The former assistant director of the FBI tells Breitbart News that President Donald Trump fired bureau director James Comey for legitimate reasons.

“He was fired for cause in my view,” James Kallstrom informs Breitbart News. 461 more words

Analysis: Trump thrusts US presidency into perilous area by firing FBI chief -- “Removal at this particular time will raise questions."

The Associated Press

May 10, 2017

WASHINGTON — With his stunning firing of FBI Director James Comey, Donald Trump is propelling the presidency into rarely traversed territory. 1,029 more words

T. Article: James Comey Fired As Director Of The Federal Bureau Of Investigation

James Comey Fired As Director Of The Federal Bureau Of Investigation

Mark Skogman     Senior Reporter     Spectrum 360 Media

’17 May 09 Tue.     Washington D. C. 177 more words

Politics