Tag: remember

Mar 13

Remember how Mike Pompeo egged on WikiLeaks to attack Clinton during the campaign?

The musical cabinet chairs game Trump unleashed this morning could put a torture overseer in charge of the CIA. She would be replacing the guy who is being kicked up to Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo. The guy who, as then-House Intelligence Committee chairman was also deep in the Trump campaign and eyeball deep in …

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Feb 24

Remember Trump’s promise to keep protections for people with pre-existing conditions? He lied

Since a Republican Congress has failed to repeal Obamacare, the Trump administration is doing it through the backdoor, and what they’re doing will mean people with pre-existing conditions could lose their coverage. The thing that Trump and every Republican promised they wouldn’t let happen. The administration has issued new rules that will allow short-term policies—meant …

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Jan 23

Quote of the Day: Always Remember Your Twitter Password!

From Hawaii Governor David Ige, explaining why it took him so long to tell everyone that the missile alert a couple of weeks ago was a mistake: I have to confess that I don’t know my Twitter account log-ons and the passwords, so certainly that’s one of the changes that I’ve made. I suppose that’s …

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Dec 11

Remember: Democrats can’t force the shut down of a government that’s entirely in Republican hands

It’s time to prep for a frenetic window of activity in the final days of 2017 that will decide whether the government doors stay open and services for citizens continue—or they don’t. Amid this mayhem, reporters will inevitably ask whether Democrats will be shutting down the government by denying their votes for spending they don’t agree …

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Nov 23

This Thanksgiving, remember the immigrant hands that feed America

Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude and family, but it should also be a time of reflection and honoring the immigrant hands—both documented and undocumented—that helped make our meals possible. “Although immigrants may not be physical guests,” immigration reporter Esther Lee writes, “they are present in the contribution that they made in getting those dishes to …

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