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Center for Political Science: News of the Day
  1. South Korea To Scrap Military Intelligence-Sharing Agreement With Japan
    A South Korean security official says the pact "does not serve our national interest." Japan's foreign minister says Seoul's decision "completely misreads the security situation."

  2. CBO Predicts Budget Deficit Will Reach Nearly $1 Trillion This Year
    NPR's David Greene talks to Phillip Swagel, director of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, who says the nation's fiscal outlook is challenging and is on an unsustainable course.

  3. FACT CHECK: Did Harry Truman Really Try To Buy Greenland Back In The Day?
    The Truman administration saw huge strategic value in the island as a geographic bulwark against the Soviet Union. Ultimately, the U.S. got access to Greenland without needing to purchase it.

  4. Trump's 'Disloyalty' Claim About Jewish Democrats Shows He Doesn't Get How They Vote
    "In my opinion, you vote for a Democrat, you're being very disloyal to Jewish people, and you're being very disloyal to Israel," Trump told reporters outside the White House Wednesday.

  5. Danish Parliament Member Reacts To Trump Wanting To Buy Greenland
    NPR's Noel King talks to Michael Aastrup Jensen, a member of Denmark's Parliament, about President Trump cancelling a trip to his country, and Trump's wish to buy Greenland.

  6. What's Changed Since Kathleen Hawk Sawyer Last Headed Prison Bureau?
    It's been 16 years since Kathleen Hawk Sawyer was in charge of the federal Bureau of Prisons. On big change is that the prison population has jumped from 65,000 in 1992 to 177,000 in 2019.

  7. Trump Policy Would Allow Indefinite Detention Of Migrant Families, Children
    NPR's David Greene talks to Elora Mukherjee, director of the Immigrants' Rights Clinic at Columbia Law School, about the new U.S. policy to detain migrant families indefinitely.

  8. News Brief: Federal Deficit, New Immigration Policy, DNA Experiment
    The Congressional Budget Office revises its federal deficit estimate. New policy would allow the government to indefinitely detain children with their families. And, the results of a DNA experiment.

  9. Activists Push Democrats On Climate Change, A New Priority For Party's Base
    The Sunrise Movement is holding rallies and registering voters, aiming to boost turnout among young voters. For the first time, polls show climate change is a top priority for the party's base.

  10. Gov. Jay Inslee, Who Ran On Climate Change, Withdraws From Presidential Race
    "It's become clear that I'm not going be carrying the ball, I'm not going to be the president," Inslee said on MSNBC.

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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