November 19, 2016

Trump fills several tops slots with white, male, paleo-conservative Republicans.

Trump’s National Security Advisor reportedly refusing to take torture or killing families of terrorists off the table.

Washington state senator to introduce bill that would classify protests like the one at Standing Rock as “economic terrorism”, would also go after donors.

Montgomery, Alabama officer charged with murder in shooting death of Greg Gunn, who ran after being stopped while walking home, and then allegedly threatened the officer with a paint roller when he was caught.

Trump reaches $25 million settlement in Trump University lawsuit, in which students claimed they were mislead about the curriculum and teachers.

Civil rights activists say Attorney General Sessions likely to favor mass surveillance and mass incarceration.   He has allegedly called the ACLU “un-American” and “communist”.

UK surveillance bill would reportedly make ISPs store their customers’ browsing history for a year.

Author says Jared Kushner’s acceptance at Harvard surprised administrators at his high school, may have been linked to $2.5 million donation pledge by his father.

Obama says he can’t pardon Snowden, Trump’s new CIA director has reportedly said he should be executed.

FBI general counsel reportedly says being forced to get warrants to obtain location information from suspects’ phone companies would be “crippling”.

Bill O’Reilly says choosing David Petraeus as Secretary of Defense would be “a brilliant move”, despite his conviction for passing classified information to his biographer/girlfriend.

Steve Bannon: “Darkness is good – Dick Cheney, Darth Vader, Satan. That’s power.”

Sanders accused of abandoning anti-war movement.

Portuguese Supreme Court rejects former CIA agent’s appeal, orders her extradited to Italy to serve prison sentence for involvement in CIA kidnapping program.

Bill would impose fines on businesses and international organization, including the U.N. (!), that observe or promote anti-settler or anti-Israel boycotts.

Outgoing Director of National Intelligence James Clapper criticized for misleading Congress on mass surveillance programs.

Malaysian police arrest pro-democracy activist and opposition leaders prior to demonstration to call for Prime Minister Najib to step down.

Norwegian bank reportedly sells off $3 million interest in Energy Transfer Partners, company building Dakota Access pipeline.

November 19, 2016

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