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Welcome to Evergreene Digest This Week, June 30, 2018.

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Feature Article | This Nation Is Politically Deranged. Charles P. Pierce, Esquire

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The Justice Department Inspector General's report proves the nation became addicted to unreality.

 

Publisher's Choice | A Brief History of U.S. Intervention in the Countries of Origin of Central American Asylum Seekers, ‪Mark Tseng-Putterman‬, Medium

https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/1600/0*VkUN3PX4v6ozontHDespite the repressed memory of U.S. intervention in Central America, it’s time to insist that accepting Central American refugees is not just a matter of morality or American benevolence (but) … a matter of reparations.

Of Special Interest | Outraged By Kids In Cages? Look At Our Entire Juvenile Justice System. Cara H. Drinan, HuffPost

https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5b2d577a1a0000cd04ce261c.jpeg?ops=scalefit_720_noupscaleOn any given day there are approximately 50,000 juveniles being held in American correctional facilities. / Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images

  • How American Juvenile Justice Lost Its Way
  • Related: America's Mass Incarceration Crisis Begins in Its Schools

Bloggers & Columnists | Charles P. Pierce, John Pavlowitz



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Arts, Culture, & Entertainment

The Civility Debate Has Reached Peak StupidityCompiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

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  • Part 1: So, Now You Want Civility?
  • You don’t really want civility, anyway.
  • Part 2: The Civility Debate Has Reached Peak Stupidity
  • You don’t really want civility, anyway.
  • Related: Rejecting Values and Responsibility Was a Big Mistake. We Have Lost Our Minds.

Government & Politics

Bob Avakian | Making Dems What They Are Not [g] / revcom.us

If you try to make the Democrats what they are not …

Health, Science, & Environment

Sen. Smith’s PolyMet amendment: Corporate welfare? Pandering? Or just a reasonable deal? Compiled by David Culver <evergreenedigest@earthlink.net>, Ed., Evergreene Digest <http://evergreenedigest.org>

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  • Part 1: Sen. Tina Smith gets behind PolyMet land exchange
  • Democratic U.S. senatorsponsorsamendment to codify Iron Range deal. 
  • Part 2: Sen. Smith’s PolyMet amendment: Corporate welfare? Pandering? Or just a reasonable deal?
  • The heated debate over the role of mining in northern Minnesota has become full of political landmines for Democratic politicians.
     

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