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  1. Tobacco's 'Special Friend': What Internal Documents Say About Mitch McConnell
    The Senate majority leader wants to raise the age for tobacco sales to 21. An NPR review of once-secret documents shows how closely McConnell has worked with the industry over decades.

  2. House Panel To Consider Slavery Reparations Proposals
    A House Judiciary subcommittee will hold a hearing this week focused on reparations for slavery. NPR's Michel Martin talks about it with Sheila Jackson Lee, a Democratic Congresswoman from Texas.

  3. CNN's Jim Acosta On Sarah Sanders And The Media
    NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks CNN's Jim Acosta about working with White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, who is leaving the White House.

  4. Democrats Campaign In South Carolina
    NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with reporter Gavin Jackson of SCETV about the Democratic presidential candidates' efforts to appeal to South Carolina voters, especially African Americans.

  5. Trump's Designs For Revamped Air Force One May Not Take Off
    Rep. Joe Courtney, D-Conn., has attached an amendment to the annual defense policy bill to keep Trump's designs for the next presidential plane within budget.

  6. Barbershop: How Black Votes Frame The Abortion Issue
    Some 2020 Democratic hopefuls are in South Carolina this weekend for Black Economic Alliance's Presidential Candidates Forum. NPR's Michel Martin talks to professors Andra Gillespie Eddie Glaude, Jr.

  7. Republican Strategist On Impeachment
    NPR's Scott Simon asks Republican strategist John Weaver why he thinks Democrats aren't pushing hard enough for impeachment, and how he argues his case to Republican friends and colleagues.

  8. Week In Politics
    President Trump now says he would alert the FBI if a foreign power offered him dirt on a political opponent.

  9. New York City And The Strand Bookstore Are Not On The Same Page
    Nancy Bass Wyden, the Strand's owner, is protesting New York City's decision to preserve the bookstore as a historic city landmark. She thinks the move will hurt, not help her business.

  10. Who Is Justin Amash And Why Is He Willing To Go Against His Own Party?
    The Michigan congressman is the only Republican to call for impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Many who know Amash say they're not surprised at his stance, even if it costs him his seat.

Scientific Consensus - Politically Correct Words for Bullying

Commentary after commentary tries to browbeat opponents with the ‘scientific consensus’ of some point. As if the collective opinions of some group convey not just a stamp of approval on an issue but anoint their position with the ...

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