* Trump’s EPA rolls back clean air regulations, Trump’s FCC rolls back Internet privacy regulations, UK triggers EU Brexit (2017-03-31)

Liberal & Uncategorized


1. Trump Vows to End the Nonexistent War on Coal: The Daily Show (2017-03-29)


The Daily Show with Trevor Noah – “Despite a rise in alternative energies, President Trump signs an executive order to roll back regulations on the coal industry.”

1. Pelosi Suggests Trump’s Coal Exec. Order is ‘Really Sinful,’ ‘Degrading of God’s Creation’ (2017-03-30)


Washington Free Beacon – “News & Politics.”

2. The Scrapping Of Internet Privacy: Something We Can All Hate Together (2017-03-30)


The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Stephen doesn’t recall any Americans marching in support of abolishing internet privacy. But if they did… victory!”

2. Technology expert discusses rollbacks on Internet privacy (2017-03-31)


FOX 2 St. Louis – “ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – This week, Congress voted to rollback Internet privacy protections. This decision allows the internet service providers (ISP) to gather data and sell information on your Internet usage, without fear of being sued. This information includes app usage, e-mail and messaging content, mobile location data and web browsing history. While the idea of using privacy blocks such as private mode creates the thought of “privacy,” there is not a way to prevent ISPs from viewing or using this information. Scott Schaffer from Blade Technology joins us for more on the recent Congressional decision to kill Internet privacy protections.”

3. Brexit Live: Triggering Article 50 (House Of Commons) – BBC News (2017-03-29)


BBC News – “We’re live in the House of Commons where PM Theresa May due to trigger Article 50 thus formally beginning UK’s departure from the European Union. Giving official notice under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, it will be delivered to European Council president Donald Tusk later. In a statement in the Commons, the prime minister will then tell MPs this marks “the moment for the country to come together”. It follows June’s referendum which resulted in a vote to leave the EU.”

3. Will Britain benefit from leaving the EU? (2017-03-29)


Fox Business – “British journalist Robin Leach on the U.K. leaving the European Union.”

* Nepotism in Trump’s White House, Calls for Nunes to recuse himself from Russia investigation, Trump interfering with Russia scandal investigation? (2017-03-29)

Liberal & Uncategorized


1. Jared Kushner, Chief White House Nepotism Beneficiary (2017-03-28)


The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – “Senior White House advisor Jared Kushner’s family tree is in full bloom, which explains the constant shadiness.”

1. Is Kushner’s new role a conflict of interest? (DAT2017-01-09E)


Fox Business – “Red Alert Politics Sr. Contributor Gianno Caldwell and Democratic Strategist Jessica Tarlov discuss whether President-elect Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will have any conflicts of interest at his new role as a White House senior advisor.”

2. Is Devin Nunes Investigating Trump or Working with Him?: A Closer Look (2017-03-28)


Late Night with Seth Meyers – “Seth takes a closer look at the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into the Trump administration’s alleged ties to Russia.”

2. Schumer: Ryan Should Replace Nunes on Intel Chair (2017-03-27)


Washington Free Beacon – “News & Politics.”

3. White House Denies Trying to Block Sally Yates From Testifying On Russia | MSNBC (2017-03-28)


MSNBC – “The White House disputes letters alleging that the Trump administration tried to block ex-acting attorney general Sally Yates from testifying on Russia. NBC’s Hallie Jackson and Pete Williams report.”

3. Why Trump’s firing of acting Attorney General Yates was justifiable (2017-01-31)


Fox Business – “David Rivkin, Associate White House Counsel under Bush 41, weighs in on the firing of acting attorney general Sally Yates by President Donald Trump.”