Reign of Idiots (Truthdig)
House Science Committee Chair Says Science Magazine Is Not ‘Objective’ (Huffington Post)
AARP opposes health care bill (CBS News)
Republican governors are complaining about the GOP healthcare plan (Business Insider)
‘America first’ really means ‘Americans last’ (Washington Post)
CPAC attendees seen waving Russian flags (The Hill)
The “Terrorist” in the White House (Huffington Post)
SCOTT PRUITT DOESN’T KNOW THE POWER OF THE E.P.A. (The New Yorker)
White House Plans to Have Trump Ally Review Intelligence Agencies (New York Times)
The New C.I.A. Deputy Chief’s Black-Site Past (The New Yorker)
NOTORIOUS MERCENARY ERIK PRINCE IS ADVISING TRUMP FROM THE SHADOWS (The Interceptor)
Are you ready, AmeriKKKa?
This guy would double the price of Martin Shkreli’s Epi-Pen!
See: Forget insider trading. Tom Price may have violated House rules. (The Hill)
and: ‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli says Trump Will ‘Make Pharma Great Again’ (Fox Business) << Watch this!
F for EPIC Fail. That’s the only grade Betsy DeVos deserves. She’s living proof that money can’t buy an education.
The GOP’s Obamacare replacement plan fantasy (Boston Globe)
Tillerson won’t label Saudi Arabia a human rights violator (Washington Post)
House Republicans gut their own oversight (Politico)
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The invasion of the swamp rats:
Trump’s conflicts of interest: a visual guide (The Guardian)