Day: October 14, 2017

Federal Treasury Sec. Mnuchin Contradicts Trump: Estate Tax Repeal Will ‘Disproportionately Help Rich People’

Treasury Sec. Mnuchin Contradicts Trump: Estate Tax Repeal Will ‘Disproportionately Help Rich People’

By Guardians of Democracy Staff Published on October 13, 2017 Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Friday admitted that the Trump administration’s proposal to repeal the estate tax will “disproportionately help rich people” after Trump claimed that repealing the tax would help the working class. “Obviously, the estate tax, I will concede, disproportionately helps rich people,” …

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Federal GOP Lawmaker Drafts Bill Requiring Journalists To Be Fingerprinted And Licensed By Police

GOP Lawmaker Drafts Bill Requiring Journalists To Be Fingerprinted And Licensed By Police

By Guardians of Democracy Staff Published on October 13, 2017 A Republican state lawmaker is drafting a bill that would require all journalists to be fingerprinted and licensed by the police in order to practice their profession. Indiana State Rep. Jim Lucas said he is taking aim at journalists for what he says is “irresponsible” …

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State Joe For Ohio – Introduction (Video)

Joe For Ohio – Introduction (Video)

Joe For Ohio – Introduction I’m running for governor to build the new generation of leadership we need to move Ohio forward.Watch our new video to learn more. #JoeForOhio #JoeForJobs JoeForJobs.com Posted by Senator Joe Schiavoni on Monday, May 15, 2017

News CNN: Russia Tried Using Pokemon Go to Increase Racial Tensions in U.S.

CNN: Russia Tried Using Pokemon Go to Increase Racial Tensions in U.S.

Asked players to share pictures of Pokémon renamed after victims of police brutality Bloomberg/Getty By Brian Crecente Russia’s efforts to influence the social and media landscape of the U.S. includes ties to Pokémon Go and a call for players to connect the locations of alleged police brutality to the game, according to CNN’s investigation of a Russia-linked …

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Postal USPS: Vietnam War soldier’s lost letters returned

USPS: Vietnam War soldier’s lost letters returned

Posted on October 12, 2017 by postal Hidden Memories For nearly 20 years, Susan and John Greifer kept letters they found hidden behind the drywall of their Silver Spring, MD, home during a remodeling project. The mailpieces came from Bill Stacy, an Army soldier who wrote to his family each week while serving in Vietnam …

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