Trump Insults Republican Governor Larry Hogan During Press Conference…


Date: April 26, 2020

01) Trump Insults Republican Governor Larry Hogan During Press Conference


“Donald Trump is breaking Reagan’s number one rule.

President Donald Trump took a shot at two governors during Monday’s coronavirus press briefing, including Republican Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, on the issue of coronavirus testing capacity.

The president brought up Vice President Mike Pence’s call with governors earlier in the day, calling it a “great call” and saying, “Prior to the call, we provided each governor with a list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of the labs where they can find additional testing capacity within their states. Many, many labs — we’re providing you with the list… Hundreds and hundreds of labs are willing, ready, and able.

Citation:
https://www.mediaite.com/tv/trump-swipes-at-republican-maryland-gov-hogan-over-coronavirus-testing-capacity/

MAPs irl Alice Day Special…


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Date: April 25, 2020

01) MAPs irl Alice Day Special


“For Alice Day, each host discusses a historical girllover of their choosing, as well as giving in-depth musings on the effects that culture and censorship have on uncovering MAP history. Tune in to hear about artist and social reformer John Ruskin, mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, and anarchist and activist Brigitta.

Citation:
https://mapsirlpodcast.home.blog/

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Anti-Lockdown Protests Distract from Trump’s Coronavirus Failures…


Date: April 25, 2020

01) Anti-Lockdown Protests Distract from Trump’s Coronavirus Failures


“In this episode of The Common Good, Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich discusses the astroturf anti-lockdown protests that sprouted up over the weekend, the history of astroturfing and its connections to the Tea Party movement, how Trump is using the fake protests to distract from his failed coronavirus response, how the media is taking Trump’s bait and enabling his deception, and how Mitch McConnell thinks states bearing the brunt of this crisis should file for bankruptcy, but multibillion-dollar corporations deserve a $500 billion bailout.

Inequality Media Civic Action with Robert Reich is a digital media organization aimed at debunking right-wing lies, educating the public about inequality and imbalance of power, and breaking down solutions to the economic and structural issues plaguing our country. We provide a platform for you to learn, share your ideas, and, hopefully, mobilize your communities to make change for the common good.”