Theresa May is facing calls to ask Donald Trump for Scottish investigators to be given access to a classified intelligence report that may hold the key to whether secret CIA flights broke UK laws against torture.
"The decision follows a scandal about a cartoon that appeared last April in which a blind President Donald #Trump is holding #Israel Prime Minister Benjamin #Netanyahu – depicted as a guide dog – on a leash."
In a polarised political climate where fascists call those who oppose #fascism "fascists" and call HRC corrupt while ignoring #trump #corruption facts don't matter anymore. They also claim white males are victims of "genocide".
They lied over the gulf of tonkin incident which led to the disastrous Vietnam war and they lied over weapons of mass destruction which led to the disastrous invasion of iraq - here we go again! War with Iran will make the Iraq War look like a tea party 😪https://t.co/VUDcyjOnvV
#lizwarren has momentum, but #corporatemedia will derail (on overdrive!) anyone who threatens the likes of #biden when final nominations near. Oligarchs love #trump legalising their tax crimes and removing regulations.
So now there's only one #sanders left (no Huckabee), the only (IMHO) "D" candidate who can 'cleansweep' #trump next year and could kick him to the curb 3 years ago, based on every poll. He still demands #impeachment too (as one should).
Many #trump fans don't want Johnson to become British PM because he would be good for the #uk (look how much damage his #brexit lies have already done) but because he's perceived as "useful" to their white supremacist agenda
The Ajit Pai FCC has been making the rounds the last few weeks patting itself on the back for its new anti-robocall initiative. But while the tech press has kind of tripped over itself to suggest the plan is a dramatic departure from FCC robocall...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former White House communications director Hope Hicks has agreed to a closed-door interview with the House Judiciary Committee, the panel announced Wednesday, a breakthrough for Democrats who
In New York, housing rights advocates are celebrating after state lawmakers announced an agreement that would provide the strongest tenant protections in over a quarter of a century. The deal came just days ahead of the expiration of the current rent laws at the end of this week. Democracy Now! co-host Juan González explains how lawmakers agreed to abolish laws allowing landlords to deregulate rents on apartments after they exceed a certain limit, and to curb provisions allowing landlords to raise the rent of rent-controlled apartments after renovations. The law is one of several similar efforts nationwide and is expected to give municipalities around the state more authority to regulate rents and ensure greater access to affordable housing.
A few years back, thin-skinned thug/President of Turkey Recep Erdogan paid the US a visit. He brought his security detail with him, which isn't unusual. World leaders always travel with security. What was more surprising were the actions of his...