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Welcome to Evergreene Digest This Week, April 28, 2018.


    Including links to over 755 websites and over 15 highlighted items featuring:

    Feature Article | We're shining a light on those beholden to the gun lobby. Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund

    • After a mass shooting — like clockwork — our elected officials offer thoughts and prayers, but do little to nothing to enact common sense gun policies that protect us from gun violence. This needs to stop.
    • Related: Exposing the Gun Industry Profiteers

    Publisher's Choice | Minnesotans - Stop the Proposed PolyMet Mine, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest 

    Part 1: Minnesotans: Stop the proposed PolyMet mine

  • We can do better than endangering our ground water, rivers, and Lake Superior. Do the right thing!

  • Part 2: Duty to Warn - A Sampling of 16 Earthen Dam Failures
  • Not mentioning the hundreds of leaky tailings dams or the potential catastrophic breaches that will likely occur


Of Special Interest | Amid #DeleteFacebook Fervor, Uproar After Congress Sneaks Attack on Digital Privacy Rights Into Omnibus Spending Bill, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest


  • Part 1: Amid #DeleteFacebook Fervor, Experts Say Time to Tackle Big Data Profiteers
  • A social media platform like this "is the ultimate surveillance tool: an addictive product that's optimized to collect and analyze the intimate details of our lives."
  • Part 2: Uproar After Congress Sneaks Attack on Digital Privacy Rights Into Omnibus Spending Bill
  • Attaching it to massive spending deal, lawmakers rush through controversial bill that allows law enforcement to hand over personal data without a warrant.
  • Related: Can We Be Saved From Facebook?

Bloggers & Columnists | EJ Dionne, Jr., Matt Taibbi, Gary G. Kohls


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Books, Literature, & Ideas

Judith Peyton Sinclair‎ | A Democrat's Guide to Practical Politics 
As MLK so aptly wrote: "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than ...

Government & Politics

Series | A Nation Under Trump, Conclusion: Book offers way to restore real American democracy: a review of 'One Nation After Trump'Lewis Wolfson, National Catholic Reporter (NCR) E.J. Dionne, Jr., Norman J. Ornstein and Thomas E. Mann, 352 pages; St. Martin's Press; 2017

  • The Series: As the anniversary of Donald Trump's election as president of the United States approached, the NCR staff wondered if the calls to action that persisted immediately following the election remained as urgent.
  • Conclusion: Our democracy, the authors argue, provides the tools to counter Trumpism and reform government. What the country needs is a sweeping re-energizing of American democracy like the New Deal or Great Society. It would start with reforming elections. 

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