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The squatter in the Oval Office is lying to America, two weeks before an election in which the major issue for voters is either getting or keeping their health insurance. «All Republicans,» Trump tweeted last week, «support people with preexisting conditions […] if they don't, they will after I speak to them.» That while his own Justice Department is suing his own government (yes, that is fucked up) to declare that the protections for people with preexisting conditions in the Affordable Care Act are unconstitutional. Republican leadership in Congress, in fact, is still running on Obamacare repeal. Mitch McConnell promises that if enough Republicans win in two weeks to increase their majority, it's going to happen. They're pretending like they have a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, to make sure everyone with preexisting conditions is protected, but they've been promising that since 2010. If they really meant it, if they had any intention of putting a plan in place, they'd leave the ACA in place while they «reformed» it. Instead, the administration is upping the sabotage. On Monday, it announced new «flexibility» for states to push junk health insurance plans that flout the law, but that will be eligible for subsidies under the law. Republican states will be able to push people into cheaper plans with skimpy benefits. While they would still have to make sure that plans that have the full range of benefits required by law are available in the state, those plans will likely be too expensive for many. We're going to be back where we were before the ACA passed, with sick people unable to afford the coverage they need and people losing everything when a catastrophic accident or illness that's not covered hits. As House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said in a statement after the new waiver was announced, «Every day, Republicans further expose their brutal agenda to destroy Americans' health care,. […] President Trump is once again cynically pushing families into shoddy junk plans that can discriminate against pre-existing conditions and that do not cover essential health benefits, while making dependable health coverage more expensive for everyone else.» There's a pending lawsuit against the administration filed by seven health organizations to try to stop one of Trump's sabotages, expanding short-term, limited-duration insurance plans—which with Monday's waiver announcement can now be offered on state exchange for subsidies—to last as long as three years. Insurers can deny coverage, charge more based on age, or gender, or health status and that violates the law. In the meantime, though, there's just one answer to Trump's ongoing sabotage: elect as many Democrats up and down the slate as possible. That means state legislators, governors, U.S. representatives, and U.S. senators. This is war, and it has to be on multiple fronts, in the courts, the Congress, and the states. Volunteer to Get Out the Vote: Just click here, enter your zip code, choose the event that works best for you, and RSVP to attend. Help elect Democrats in the states. Please contribute $3 to these governor, secretary of state, attorney general, and legislative candidates to help win this fight.
Every time you think they can’t go lower, Donald Trump and the Republican Party manage it. Trump’s claim that there are “unknown Middle Easterners” in a migrant caravan coming from Central America forced the New York Times to give its thesaurus a real workout. The newspaper described that as “a dark and factually baseless warning,” an “unsubstantiated charge,” and an “apparently groundless inclusion,” while noting that “Trump suggested without any proof that the opposition was involved in instigating the caravan.” Invaluable Trump-lie-tracker Daniel Dale wrote that: Trump’s dishonesty careened into the realm of absurdity on the weekend. At a rally in Arizona on Friday, he half-jokingly said that since many Democrats are willing to give driver’s licences to unauthorized immigrants, “next thing you know they’ll want to buy ’em a car.” At his Nevada rally on Saturday, he asserted that Democrats already do want this: “They want to give ’em cars.” But the Times pointed out, Trump is not alone. The Republican Party is right there with him in its racist attacks on African American Democratic candidates like Florida’s Andrew Gillum and New York’s Antonio Delgado and Texas’s Colin Allred, by “accusing Democrats, without evidence, of going soft on MS-13, a Latin American gang that Mr. Trump regularly depicts as a national menace.” It’s a politics of fear, and the fear Republicans are trying to stoke and exploit is explicitly racist. Trump may be the loudest, but his party is playing the same tune. Get out the vote: Join the MoveOn text team. Double your impact: Can you chip in $1 to help take back the House and Senate?
If the multiple announcements from companies publicly pulling out of the Future Investment conference in Saudi Arabia made it seem as if crown prince Mohammed bin Salman might be feeling a little lonely this week … nope. Not only do Saudi journalists report that most of those same companies quietly sent top executives along to the conference anyway, bin Salman had a very special guest on Monday in the form of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. Meanwhile, Turkish president Recep Erdoğan gave a speech on Tuesday morning in which he revealed more details about the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. As TIME reports, Mnuchin paid a visit on the Saudi royal at the start of the conference, letting him know that just because bin Salman had a pesky journalist slaughtered, the United States under Donald Trump doesn’t hold it against him. Following the murder of Khashoggi, Mnuchin had announced that he would still be attending the Future Investment conference. Then a few days later as opposition mounted around the world, Mnuchin declared he would not be going. But the truth turns out to be … he went anyway. Only “quietly.” The White House did not announce Mnuchin’s travel plans, and hasn’t posted any images or statements from the visit. However, the Saudi foreign ministry did tweet out a picture of Mnuchin sitting down with bin Salman. Possibly to discuss how the US can get in on future bone saw orders. Though Saudi reports indicate that the purpose to was “reassure the Saudi leadership” that the US values their relationship. Which is not at all reassuring to those who rate preserving the First Amendment over keeping the guy who has Jared Kushner “in his pocket” happy. In a speech on Tuesday morning, the New York Times reported that Turkish president Erdoğan spoke at length on Khashoggi’s murder, giving out more details from Turkish intelligence. According to Erdoğan, the operation to capture and kill Khashoggi was planned well in advance, and the team that came to Istanbul wasn’t limited to the 15 operatives who pounced on Khashoggi when he entered the consulate. Some of them arrived days in advance, conducted reconnaissance of areas around Istanbul and surrounding rural location, and included generals in the team. Though Saudi reports were keen to show attendance at the investment summit and ran video of the opening ceremony showing a packed room, other reports indicate that once the cameras were off, other sessions are much less well attended. Some reports have indicated that bin Salman is “giving up on the West” and is preparing to announce more investment deals with China and Chinese firms. But, like Mnuchin, a lot of Western companies seem to be present “quietly,” wanting to give consumers the impression that they’re concerned about Khashoggi’s murder, while still demonstrating their loyalty to bin Salman.
Tuesday, October 23, marks 89 days since a federal judge’s reunification order, yet dozens of migrant children kidnapped from their parents at the border continue to remain under U.S. custody, according to recent numbers from the administration. Of these 66 children, one is aged 5 or under. Of the 66 kids, the parents of 50 have already been deported. Trump officials have struggled to reunite kids with deported parents because of their own cruelty, after having ripped apart families with no plan set in place on how to reunite them. But even kids who are being moved for reunification continue to be traumatized—earlier this month, officials returned a 4 year old to her home country without first informing her parents: Instead of reuniting with her deported father, whom she hadn’t seen since they crossed the U.S. border together six months ago, the child spent yet another night in a government-run shelter, according to Kids In Need of Defense, an organization helping the U.S. government to reunify families. Now, as 66 kids remain separated—and the administration has a record number of migrant kids in detention, the vast majority of them vulnerable minors who came here by themselves—Trump is floating officially reviving family separation as a midterms strategy to rile up his racist base, and because White House aide and white supremacist Stephen Miller likes it. We can’t let this happen again. GET OUT THE VOTE for migrant kids who need a voice. Just click here, enter your zip code, choose the event that works best for you, and RSVP to attend. Don't let up the pressure. Can you give $1 to Beto O’Rourke and other Daily Kos-endorsed candidates for Senate and House?
Just this past week, Daily Kos shattered expectations by raising over half a million dollars to counter the impact of North Dakota Republicans’ voter ID law—a measure that directly targets the state’s Native voters by effectively invalidating a form of identification used by thousands. GOP lawmakers were behind the passage of this voter suppression law in the first place, and their counterparts in states across the country have passed measures similarly targeting voters who tend to cast their ballots for Democrats. From onerous registration and voting requirements in Michigan aimed at college students and voter ID rules specifically “target[ing] African Americans with almost surgical precision” in North Carolina to strict ID requirements and limits on early voting days and locations impacting voters of color in Wisconsin, Republican state legislators have toiled tirelessly over the past decade to make voting more difficult in states all across the country. Fighting these new laws with lawsuits and voter organization efforts can help counter their suppressive effects, but even when these measures are successful, they’re often palliative at best. But you know how the saying goes: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It’s time to stop voter suppression where it starts: at the state legislative level. We can do this by stripping Republicans of their majorities in statehouses. To this end, Daily Kos is excited to announce our endorsement of 12 women running in five key statehouses where Republicans are vulnerable. Kayser Enneking, Florida SD-08 Janet Cruz, Florida SD-18 Mari Manoogian, Michigan HD-40 Padma Kuppa, Michigan HD-41 Alberta Griffin, Michigan HD-61 Julie von Haefen, North Carolina HD-36 Christy Clark, North Carolina HD-98 Danielle Otten, Pennsylvania HD-155 Jennifer O’Mara, Pennsylvania HD-165 Kristin Seale, Pennsylvania HD-168 Kriss Marion, Wisconsin SD-17 Lee Snodgrass, Wisconsin SD-19 Donate $3 today to elect these Democrats and fight voter suppression!
The Jewish billionaire philanthropist, who is a favorite right-wing boogeyman, has been blamed for migrant caravans
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It's clickbait, and Facebook is saying «enough already.»
Brass monkey, that funky monkey.
The bad news is that pre-2019 JLR vehicles are plum out of luck, even if they have the newest infotainment system.
While Amazonâs Great Indian Festival will go live on October 24 and end on October 28, Flipkartâs Festive Dhamaka Days will start on October 24 and last till October 27.
Astronomers have discovered two stars in a binary pair that complete an orbit around each other in a little over three hours, residing in the planetary nebula M3-1. Remarkably, the stars could drive a nova explosion, an entirely unexpected event based on our current understanding of binary star evolution.
Berlin-based startup GoEuro just raised a new $150 million funding round from Kinnevik and Temasek, with Hillhouse Capital also participating. According to Crunchbase, the company has raised nearly $300 million to date. Chances are you’ve used some sort of flight aggregator before to compare prices and find the best deal. But if you live in […]
Futrli, a cloud-based business decision-making platform aimed at small businesses, has raised a £4m Series A from e.ventures, Notion Capital and firstminute Capital. Bootstrapped to date, Futrli claims to have over 40,000 businesses and 1,100 accountants in 130 countries using it. The four-year-old business led by CEO and founder Hannah Dawson says it uses AI/ML […]
Y Combinator, the wildly successful San Francisco-based startup accelerator, is issuing a request for startups that will focus on different kinds of geo-engineering technologies in a bid to mitigate the effects of climate change. With the acknowledgement earlier this month from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that drastic measures are going to be required […]
There’s a war brewing to become the cloud pharmacy for men’s health. Roman, which launched last year offering erectile dysfunctional medication and recently added a ‘quit smoking’ kit, is taking on $97 million-funded Hims for the hair loss market. Today, Roman launched four new products it hopes to cross-sell to users through a unified telemedicine […]
Halloween is a good excuse to dress up in a memorable costume. Whether you prefer to be a creature, character, or inanimate object, there’s a knock-off uniform for that. Licensing rights can be […] The post Most Ridiculous Knock-Off Costumes Trending on Twitter appeared first on Geek.com.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - A group of train lovers from all over the United States has been meeting up for annual rail trips for the past decade. The one-time strangers were brought together by two online forums that discuss train travel and tips about the nation's railroads. That led to ...
Back in the day, Lego sets used to be relatively simple affairs — a couple hundred pieces, maybe a generic minifigure or two, if you were lucky you’d get like a hinge or […] The post Toy Tuesday: The Craziest Over-the-Top Lego Sets appeared first on Geek.com.
A rare caterpillar fungus, worth three times more than gold by weight, is at risk of vanishing due to the effects of climate change and overharvesting, a new study finds. Ophiocordyceps sinensis, known […] The post ‘Himalayan Viagra’ Under Threat From Climate Change, Researchers Say appeared first on Geek.com.
French-Argentine artist and designer Pablo Reinoso has been designing and fabricating sculptural benches since he was just 15. Throughout his nearly five decades as an artist he has explored several iterations of both seating and sculptural forms, including his two most recent series Spaghetti and Garabatos. Each work is a bench at its very core, but its structure has been elongated and twisted into an object that expresses a little bit of anarchy and a lot of play. More
Americans love their sport as entertainment and Formula 1 served up a superb Grand Prix in Austin that had the perfect blend of virtuoso driving and intriguing strategy. Like the Grand Prix in Monza, this was one of the best races of the season with close racing, emotion and strategy intrigue, which kept the outcome in doubt until the final lap, with the three podium finishers crossing the line ... Keep reading
The 19-year old Red Bull Junior won four times to finish runner-up in European Formula 3 this season with Motopark, losing out to champion Mick Schumacher. After an installation lap on intermediate tyres, Ticktum undertook four runs of five flying laps each in a 2013 McLaren MP4-28 – rather than the ’11 Canadian Grand Prix-winning MP4-26 driven by recent MABA winners Lando Norris and ... Keep reading
Motorsport.com revealed at the season four FE finale in New York that Griffiths – the BMW team boss – would step down from the role after overseeing the organisation for two seasons, with Barclay elected as his replacement. “The Formula E Teams and Manufacturers Association as it’s now known is an important body in the sense that it allows us to make sure we’re aligned on key ... Keep reading
Renault has come under increased pressure from Haas in the battle for fourth place in the Formula 1 constructors' standings, with the exclusion of Romain Grosjean at Monza, which remains under appeal, giving it some breathing space. Renault scored only 10 points in the first five races after the summer break, but in Austin Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz finished sixth and seventh. The ... Keep reading
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