A wide-ranging discussion with Peter on the last Monday Hagmann Report program before Christmas. Relevant links to some of the topics discussed include the following.

Group Says It Will Ask Political Parties to Endorse Welfare State [in Thailand] Khaosod English By Pravit Rojanaphruk, Senior Staff Writer December 17, 2018

Affordable Care Act’s ‘tortured’ history catches up with it. Does it have a future? USA Today Jonathan Turley, Opinion columnist Dec. 17, 2018 Health care law supporters will have to show that the years of arguing it cannot function without the individual mandate were hyperbole or irrelevant.

Did Michael Flynn lie? Or did the FBI act improperly? The Hill By Alan Dershowitz, opinion contributor — 12/17/18

After nearly two years in the White House, Trump’s lies start catching up with him Los Angeles Times By Chris Megerian and Eli Stokols Dec 16, 2018

Trump increasingly isolated as aides leave, friends flip and investigations advance Los Angeles Times By Chris Megerian and Eli Stokols Dec 14, 2018

People Rationalize Policies as Soon as They Take Effect Psychological Science dot org Feb 26, 2018

White Males Are the Most Hated Group By Gerald Schoenewolf, Ph.D. Nov 2018 Psych Central Blog

Woody Allen’s Secret Teen Lover Speaks: Sex, Power and a Conflicted Muse Who Inspired ‘Manhattan’ Hollywood Reporter by Gary Baum December 17, 2018



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