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How Trump Is Helping Tycoons Exploit the Pandemic

Jane Mayer The New Yorker
The secretive titan behind one of America’s largest poultry companies, who is also one of the President’s top donors, is ruthlessly leveraging the coronavirus crisis—and his vast fortune—to strip workers of protections.

Friday Nite Videos | May 31, 2019

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Why All the Arguments Against Impeachment Are B.S. Mavis Staples | "We Get By". Hasan Minhaj and Ilana Glazer Discuss Abortion Laws. High Flying Bird | Movie Trailer. Extreme Groups at Home and Abroad.

Extreme Groups at Home and Abroad

While home grown terror and hate groups often find their members through the dark web, these organizations have a very real and physical presence in the United States. As Christian Picciolini explores in this episode of Breaking Hate, many members of hate groups in the United States seek training abroad, such as those who join the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion in Ukraine. Andrew Onescuk, while just a teenager living in his parent's home, made secret plans to travel and train with the extremist group.

Kids Who Die

Frank Chi and Terrance Green; Heidi Beirich Color of Change -- Southern Poverty Law Center
As we approach the one year mark of the tragic police killing of Michael Brown and the Ferguson uprising that sparked a growing movement, Hughes' words remain painfully true today. Meanwhile, The hate site Stormfront and other racist groups have raked in hundreds of new members and tens of thousands of dollars since Dylann Storm Roof’s brutal June 17 killing spree in Charleston, S.C.

Hatriot Politics Created the Las Vegas Killers

John Avlon The Daily Beast
Jerad and Amanda Miller, the Wingnuts whose killing spree left two policemen, a civilian, and themselves dead, were inspired by fright-wing radio hosts and militia movement groups.
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