Links 1/26/20

Links for you. Science:

Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands
As Wuhan Virus Spreads, Taiwan Has No Say at WHO
Gay Men Are Dying From a Crisis We’re Not Talking About
Establishing or Exaggerating Causality for the Gut Microbiome: Lessons from Human Microbiota-Associated Rodents (shot across the bow…)
DNA Collection at the Border Threatens the Privacy of All Americans


Building the People’s Banks: Establishing financial institutions and regulations that work for middle- and low-income Americans is possible. We just have to do it. (excellent)
We Need a Smarter Conversation About Feminism in Politics
The Shallow “Unity” of The New York Times’ Endorsements: The paper’s editorial board framed its choices as being against a politics of division. But who exactly are they talking about?
Restoring Integrity and Competence to Government After Trump
The IRS Decided to Get Tough Against Microsoft. Microsoft Got Tougher.
I worked for Hillary Clinton. Her attacks on Bernie Sanders are a big mistake
Did Donald and Ivanka Trump plunder inauguration funds? Suit filed by D.C. attorney general says yes
Mike Bloomberg Says He Looks Forward to Calling DC’s Mayor “Governor Bowser”
American Blood Libel
Call Richmond’s MLK Day gun rally what it was: An outbreak of terrorism on American soil
Bernie Sanders Leads Donald Trump by Widest Margin of All 2020 Candidates: Election Poll
Sanders wins endorsement of California union (I’ve been saying these are the endorsements to watch)
The Elite Media’s Amy Klobuchar Blind Spot
Did Saudi prince Bin Salman personally Hack Jeff Bezos’s Phone, Vacuuming up Secrets? What about Jared Kushner?
David Brooks Secretly Wrote a Great Article About How There Really Is a Class War
Weaponizing Fascism for Democracy: The Beginning. I’d like to start by going back to the end of World War II — to the days when the weaponization of nationalism was just beginning to crystalize as an American foreign policy strategy.
That Pro-Gun Rally in Virginia Wasn’t Exactly “Peaceful”: The threat of violence in Richmond—and arrest of neo-Nazis—sent other groups into hiding.
Trump’s Huge Vulnerability on Social Security and Medicare
John Roberts comes face to face with the mess he made
Globalists Gone Wild
I study genocide. It’s been a theme in my academic endeavours for nearly 30 years. More accurately, I study the conditions in the lead up to genocide.
D.C. Has Some Of The Longest Commutes In The Country. What Help Is Available?

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  1. the commuting crisis is part of the affordable housing crisis, no one can afford to live near their place of employment.

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