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‘Finally, a life’: Canada comes to the rescue when a refugee family loses hope in Australia | Australia news | The Guardian

Palestinian refugees Dima (right) and Hani,

Canada and NZ show us what Australia isn’t. So what’s the difference the Government and who in particular Abbott, Morrison and Dutton crafted a viscious difference based on irrational FEAR  for little more than 30 pieces of political gold (ODT)

The family are now permanent residents in Canada, welcomed under a Canadian government sponsorship system which is increasingly becoming the final life raft for the refugees left in the limbo of Australia’s infamous offshore processing system.

via ‘Finally, a life’: Canada comes to the rescue when a refugee family loses hope in Australia | Australia news | The Guardian

The Power of Solidarity Is How Sanders Will Beat Trump

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“We need a serious debate in this country on issues,” Sanders said. “We don’t need to demonize people who may disagree with us. … I appeal to my supporters: Please, engage in civil discourse.” He pointed out (rightly) that “we’re not the only campaign that does it. Other people act that way as well.” But he added, “I would appeal to everybody: Have a debate on the issues. We can disagree with each other without being disagreeable, without being hateful.”

via The Power of Solidarity Is How Sanders Will Beat Trump

For Trump, A High-Velocity Threat Like None He’s Ever Faced | HuffPost

President Donald Trump gestures towards members on the media on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Se

“You’ve heard President Trump talk. That’s President Trump,” said Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis. Richard Nixon, who resigned in the midst of the Watergate impeachment inquiry because his party began to abandon him.

“The big difference between this and Watergate is  “It was a bipartisan effort and you certainly don’t have that here.”

Trump’s hold on the Republican Party makes it nearly impossible to foresee a scenario in which the GOP-controlled Senate convicts Trump if he were impeached by the Democratic-run House.

The president is acutely well aware that it’s his party alone that can protect him. In the midst of the past week’s firestorm, he tweeted to Republicans: “Stick together, play their game and fight hard Republicans.”

He later deleted the tweet.

For Trump, A High-Velocity Threat Like None He’s Ever Faced | HuffPost