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  1. The world's most ridiculous constitutional crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Korea Herald

    ... have both faced pressure to give up their French citizenship. Former Minnesota Republican Representative Michele Bachmann renounced her Swiss citizenship in 2012 after acquiring it via her husband, a son of Swiss immigrants. And the provision of the ...

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  2. Opinion: 'Medicare for All' Is the New 'Repeal and Replace'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Roll Call

    The fine print on "Medicare for All" is much more complex than some Democrats make it out to be, Murphy writes. He had already single-handedly escalated tensions with North Korea to the point that a nuclear strike suddenly seemed like a possibility for the first time in many Americans' lifetimes.

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  3. A bridge over untroubled watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 9 | Jewish World Review

    ... between two Minnesota congresswomen, Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar and then-Republican Representative Michele Bachmann Their task was herculean. They had to persuade, convince, and cajole U. S. representatives and senators, as well as state ...

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  4. Stephen MillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | The Washington Post

    White House senior adviser Stephen Miller used the word "cosmopolitan" to insult CNN's Jim Acosta during an exchange at a White House briefing, but here are four reasons why Miller may be just a little bit "cosmopolitan" himself. White House senior adviser Stephen Miller famously used the adjective "cosmopolitan" to insult CNN's Jim Acosta during an exchange in the White House briefing room last week, implying that the journalist somehow bore an air of swampy elitism.

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  5. Comment: Miller, hurler of 'cosmopolitan' slur, lives in $1M condoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | Inside Bay Area

    White House senior adviser Stephen Miller famously used the adjective "cosmopolitan" to insult CNN's Jim Acosta during an exchange in the White House briefing room last week, implying that the journalist somehow bore an air of swampy elitism. It turns out that Miller calls home a nearly $1 million condo in CityCenter, one of Washington's poshest addresses and a complex that proudly offers residents an upscale, urbane lifestyle.

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  6. Trump adviser Stephen Miller could expand White House role, but talks ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 5 | The Spokesman-Review

    Stephen Miller, a senior policy adviser to President Donald Trump who is known for his hard-line views on immigration policy and his fiery exchanges with reporters, could expand his portfolio to include communications, two White House officials said Saturday. The White House officials cautioned that conversations about Miller's role are ongoing and no final decisions have been made.

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  7. Michele Bachmann: Was Justine Damond killed because of 'Shariah mindset'?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | City Pages

    The latest version of events leading up to the Justine Damond police shooting is that she'd "slapped" the squad car, startling the cops inside. Especially Minneapolis Police Department rookie Mohamed Noor, who took it upon himself to draw his weapon and fire it at the unarmed 40-year-old woman, leaving her fatally wounded.

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  8. Lift Bridge is giving away a sumptuous weekend in the exotic riverlands of StillwaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | City Pages

    Nestled in the luxuriously brown tangles of the St. Croix River, Stillwater is the premium vacation destination for Twin Cities residents who don't have a lot of time to squeeze in a vacation. Since the folks at Lift Bridge Brewery know that nothing makes people want to drink more than being in Stillwater, the Farm Girl Saison brewers are hosting an Instagram contest that'll earn one lucky beerdrinker the chance to become intimately familiar with the site of Minnesota's first state prison.

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  9. Michele Bachmann: "The Lord is working mightily in our government" thanks to TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 31 | Salon.com

    Former Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann was a guest on Jan Markell's "Understanding The Times" radio program this weekend , where she couldn't stop gushing about President Trump and his supposed deep commitment to God and prayer. Bachmann claimed that, since the inauguration,Trump has been "working nonstop, 70 days in a row, [he] hasn't taken a day off" as part of his effort to make America great again and to take a stand for God.

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  10. Donald Trump using homophobia for autocracyRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 29 | Dear Kitty

    Stephen Bannon has an interesting theory as to why liberals have a problem with conservative women. Cenk Uygur , host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.

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  11. A nation of nails, policed by hammersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 28 | Boston.com

    Earlier this month, Minneapolis police responded to Damond's emergency call about a possible sexual assault and ended up killing her. To a lawyer representing her family, she is "the most innocent victim" of any police shooting he has ever seen.

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  12. St. Croix River bridge ribbon-cutting expected to draw a crowdRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | Star Tribune

    The health care debate in the nation's capital will keep U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar from attending Wednesday's ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new St. Croix River bridge, but two governors and numerous other state, county and city officials are expected to be there. Klobuchar, D-Minn., spearheaded legislation in the U.S. Senate to permit and fund construction of the massive four-lane bridge, as did then-U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann in the House.

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  13. Australian woman's death must be viewed through the lens of tragedy, not raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | The Globe and Mail

    Kevin Cokley is a professor and director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis at the University of Texas at Austin. The death of Justine Damond is another tragic incident in what seems to be a never-ending cycle of senseless, fatal police shootings in the United States.

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  14. Mohamed Noor is Proof That "Blue Lives" are a FalsehoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Teen Vogue

    Do Better is an op-ed column by writer Lincoln Anthony Blades, debunking fallacies regarding the politics of race, culture, and society - because if we all knew better, we'd do better. When they arrived, officer Mohamed Noor allegedly heard a loud noise and drew his service weapon, opening fire from the passenger seat through the driver's-side window as 40-year-old Justine, clad in pajamas, approached the squad car to speak with the officers she had summoned. 3 comments

  15. Slaying in Minneapolis: Justine Damond, Shooting Cultures and RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Counterpunch

    It plays out as a horror story of law enforcement. A distress call to the Minneapolis police about activity taking place behind the house on Washburn Avenue, possibly a sound of intercourse, distress, or both, taking place after 11 during the night of July 15. "Hi, I'm, I can hear someone out back and I, I'm not sure if she's having sex or being raped."

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  16. Bachmann: Trump is 'Man of Prayer' and 'Wants to Lift up the God of the Bible'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Cybercast News Service

    Former Rep. Michele Bachmann said President Donald J. Trump "understands who the God of the Bible is" and wants to lift up God in America because Jesus Christ is the "underpinning not only of the United States but of Western civilization itself." Bachmann added that Trump's regular White House prayer meetings honor God and make Christ's presence a "regular part of life," a part of "the America we used to know."

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  17. "The Most Innocent Victim"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 24 | Slate Magazine

    The death of Justine Damond at the hands of Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor on July 15 was a horrific tragedy. It was also the setup for a grim comparison: What would law enforcement officials, police union reps, and conservative pundits say if, instead of a white police officer shooting an unarmed black man, a black officer shot an unarmed white woman? To make the comparison even more direct, Damond - who'd lived for most of her life in Australia - was killed in the same part of the country where Jamar Clark and Philando Castile, both black men, were killed by police officers in 2015 and 2016 respectively.

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  18. The NRA: America's Second Largest White Supremacist OrganizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 24 | Lawyers, Guns, and Money

    The Republican Party is of course the nation's largest white supremacist organization. But the NRA is second.

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  19. Somali-born police 'afraid' after Australian Justine Damond's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 24 | Sydney Morning Herald

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  20. Somali-born police afraid after Aust deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 24 | Yahoo!

    Minneapolis' Somali-American police officers are "afraid" after a wave of community and online anger in response to last week's fatal police shooting of Australian Justine Damond. Abdi Warsame, a Minneapolis City Council member, hit back at racist and anti-Muslim comments aimed at the US city's large Somali and East African community since Somali-born Officer Mohamed Noor shot dead Australian yoga instructor Ms Damond in a residential alley last week.

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