How do you feel about trade laws passing unanimously without a debate, in the Senate? Well, this week a bill passed in the Senate just that way — very quietly. Iziah Thompson discusses in his segment, This Week In Congress.
It turns out that some Representatives who have had critical roles in incarcerating families — own shares in corporations that build and run the prisons in which the families are incarcerated! Is this an obvious conflict of interest?
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A bipartisan bill limits the powers that towns used to have to stop the rollout by Telecommunications companies of 5G. It also says that telecoms can place 5G transmitters on local government structures such as post offices and schools, and that the towns can’t even charge market rents! It gives a 30 day window for […]
This article originally appeared in Truthout and has been reprinted with permission. Pursuant to its “zero-tolerance” policy, the Trump administration separated some 2,300 migrant children from their parents at the US-Mexico border since May 5, 2018. Widespread international condemnation ensued. On June 26, a federal judge in San Diego orderedthe government to reunite the families and […]