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The Donald Chronicles, #31 – Feb. 27, 2017

**Incipient fascism**

*”Swirling paranoia” is how Mika B. described the atmosphere in the White House as regards leaks, on today’s (2-27-17) Morning Joe show. The WH Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, ordered all members of his staff to hand over their phones to be examined! 1,119 more words

Politics/Economics

Where's Faso? Or, What if They Held a Town Hall and the Congressman Didn't Show Up?

I vote in New York City, in the 10th Congressional district (“the fighting 10th,” as Colbert would have said in his Report days), which is represented by the brilliant, progressive Democrat… 326 more words

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NY Lawmaker: Getting Rid Of Obamacare 'A Death Sentence'

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Members of New York’s congressional delegation held a rally Saturday at Gouverneur Hospital in Manhattan to implore House Republicans not to scrap Obamacare. 293 more words

News

Gerrymandering for Gerry

“Nobody cares? It may be the least Democratic thing we do—after depriving people the right to vote.”

We were having drinks with one of New York’s true polymaths: John Katzman, the founder of The Princeton Review and the equally revolutionary online education company 2U, when he brought up a topic that made our eyes glaze over—gerrymandering. 593 more words

New York

Of Primary Importance

Jerry Nadler, my progressive, courageous, hard-working Congressman (New York’s 10th district, which includes large swaths of Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn) is facing an unusual opponent in today’s Democratic primary. 426 more words

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@repjerrynadler: Copyright law should play fair and pay artists for radio play

Terrestrial radio gets a free ride and an advantage over its digital competitors. Performing artists, background musicians and other rights holders of sound recordings receive absolutely no compensation when their music is played over the air on AM/FM radio.

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