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Saturday, March 28, 2020


The stimulus bill includes a tax break for the 1%

Opinion by Ed McCaffery - March 28, 2020

(CNN) We face a frightening pandemic. More than 100,000 American have been infected with Covid-19, while tens of millions more continue to shelter at home. Meanwhile, the markets are crashing.

And yet the more things change, the more they stay the same.

While health care workers and local governments frantically race against the clock to keep up with the escalating medical caseloads while trying to keep themselves and their families safe, Congress was still able to find the time to give money away to rich people.

Thanks to a stunning new report from the New York Times, which has been relentless on the tax beat during the Trump administration, we've learned that a provision has been included in the 880-page coronavirus stimulus bill to help the very wealthy in a way that is breathtaking in its scope and detail.

It is worth taking a minute -- many of us have more of those now in our quarantined states -- to explain.

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Trump Suggests He Can Gag Inspector General for Stimulus Bailout Program

In a signing statement, the president undermined a key safeguard Democrats had insisted upon as a condition of approving $500 billion in corporate relief in the $2 trillion law.

By Charlie Savage - March 27, 2020

WASHINGTON — When President Trump signed the $2 trillion economic stabilization package on Friday to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, he undercut a crucial safeguard that Democrats insisted upon as a condition of agreeing to include a $500 billion corporate bailout fund.

In a signing statement released hours after Mr. Trump signed the bill in a televised ceremony in the Oval Office, the president suggested he had the power to decide what information a newly created inspector general intended to monitor the fund could share with Congress.

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This guy is funny!


Trump Cabinet’s Bible Teacher Says Coronavirus Was Caused by Gays and Climate Activists

March 27, 2020

Ralph Drollinger, a minister who leads a weekly Bible study group for President Trump’s cabinet, argues in two blog posts and a rambling Bible study guide published in the past few days, that the coronavirus is a form of God’s wrath upon nations.

America “is experiencing the consequential wrath of God,” Drollinger wrote in a March 21 “Bible study” on his Capitol Ministries blog. In addition to gays and lesbians, Drollinger also laid blame on people with “depraved minds,” environmentalists and those who deny the existence of God for igniting “God’s wrath”. The New York Times recently referred to Drollinger as the Trump Cabinet’s “shadow diplomat”.

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Trump’s attorney general wants god’s moral order enforced by government

By Rmuse | 25 February 2019 | Daily Kos

As the nation lurches closer towards being ruled by a tyrannical dictator with unwavering support from the Republican Party, the American people are ignoring an even greater threat to their waning secular democracy – rule by tyrannical theocrats.

The rise of theocrats in powerful positions of authority is particularly disconcerting because not only was America created as a secular nation with a secular Constitution, but because the theocrats running the federal government represent a very small minority of the population. And now Trump has given that vicious minority what they elected him to do in the first place; another radical Christian extremist, William Barr, in a powerful federal government position.

J. Beauregard Sessions was a legitimate threat to America’s secular government as Trump’s attorney general, but his theocratic aspirations paled in comparison to Trump’s latest theocratic cabinet member – a conservative Catholic malcontent who is unlikely to ever defend the U.S. Constitution because it is a secular document. It is noteworthy that Sessions only stated that, according to his mind, the separation of church and state in the Constitution is a concept that is unconstitutional. However, his replacement ardently believes that America’s government is duty-bound to enforce god’s laws because there is no place for secularism.

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