MSNBC's Deutsch equates Trump voters to Nazi guards: 'If you vote for Trump, you're the bad guy' | TheHill: “We can no longer say Trump’s the bad guy. If you vote for Trump, you’re the bad guy," Deutsch said on "Morning Joe."
"If you vote for Trump, you are ripping children from parents’ arms,” he added. "What the Democrats have to do is make the next election a referendum on not who Trump is, but who you are."
“If you vote for Trump then you, the voter, you, not Donald Trump, are standing at the border, like Nazis, going ‘you here, you here,' ” Deutsch said.
Military Prepares Four Bases to Hold 20,000 Immigrant Children | Democracy Now!: The U.S. military is preparing to house up to 20,000 immigrant children on military bases in Texas and Arkansas. A Pentagon spokesperson said the bases would house “unaccompanied alien children” but other reports suggest the bases might be used to indefinitely hold entire families following President Trump’s executive order ending the separation of children from their parents at the border. On Thursday the Justice Department asked a federal court permission to alter a settlement that limits family detention to 20 days.
Remembering Our Indian School Days: The Boarding School Experience | Heard Museum: The groundbreaking exhibition Remembering Our Indian School Days: The Boarding School Experience draws on first-person recollections, memorabilia and the writings and art of four generations of Indian school alumni to examine the commonality of the boarding school experience. A powerful display that explores an important era in American history, the exhibition incorporates historic images, music, sound, oral histories, memorabilia and video to immerse visitors in the story being told by the people who lived it.
Remembering Our Indian School Days celebrates the spirit of survival. Originally established to “civilize” American Indians into mainstream society, Indian boarding schools became a shaping force of a national American Indian identity. “This is not just a part of American Indian history; it is an important element of American history in its entirety,” says Margaret Archuleta, curator of the exhibition, which opened in 2000 and has become one of the museum’s most popular and moving presentations. “Indian or not, this exhibit is an important examination of our society both past and present.”
Russia: New Communist Movement unites with United Communist Party | Red Star Over Donbass: For the sake of the unity of the communist movement, in view of the unprecedented offensive of capital against the conquests of the working people of Russia, in the face of the coming class battles, the New Communist Movement (NAC) in the territory of Russia joins the United Communist Party (OKP). Without forming any faction within the OKP, the NAC is preserved as an informal organization uniting communists from different countries.
Proletarians of all countries, unite!
#Native American tribe fights Trump's border wall
President Trump's plan to build a border wall was put on hold this week after he backed off a demand for funding from Congress. But the border wall debate rages on in Arizona, where one Native American tribe is fighting to keep the wall off their land. Carter Evans reports.
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