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  • Today's comic by Mark Fiore is Religious Liberty for Corporations:
    Cartoon by Mark Fiore -- Cartoon: Religious Liberty for Corporations
  • Today's "Ask me anything about Daily Kos" is hosted by assistant general manager Faith Gardner. Get ready to grill her in the diaries, especially about social media, starting at 3:30 ET!
  • What's coming up on Sunday Kos ...
    • The newest front in the war on teachers: Public schools to mimic worst habits of charter schools, by Steve Singiser
    • GOP's Obamacare spite means death toll for red states, Jon Perr
    • No, unions are not to blame for the downfall of the music industry, by Mark E Andersen
    • Book review and interview with the author—Democracy: All That Matters by Steven Beller, by Ian Reifowitz
    • The 'strange fruit' was often female, by Denise Oliver Velez
    • Why libertarians have it totally wrong on the contraceptive mandate, by Dante Atkins
    • These charts show you where we moved the needle left in 2012, by David Jarman
    • How can politicians make Obamacare the winning message? It’s in the polls, by Egberto Willies
  • Also not a crook:
    Former Vice President Dick Cheney refuted accusations that he is a war criminal during his speech to students and members of the AU community in Bender Arena on March 28. The Kennedy Political Union hosted Cheney as part of a stream of speakers coming to campus.

    “The accusations are not true,” Cheney said.

    Now move along.
  • Idiot. Donald needs a massive shot of STFU so he stops endangering lives by promoting this debunked bullshit:
    Healthy young child goes to doctor, gets pumped with massive shot of many vaccines, doesn't feel good and changes - AUTISM. Many such cases!
    @realDonaldTrump
  • And in related news:
    Orange County, California health officials are reporting a “record breaking” outbreak of measles in which 21 people have been infected and seven have had to be hospitalized ... Over the past several months, several outbreaks of measles have been observed throughout the country in Boston, New York, Texas, Connecticut, Illinois, and in the California cities of Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Francisco. The increasing number of outbreaks have been directly tied to more people choosing to forgo these preventative measures based on conspiracy theories that vaccines are linked to autism.
  • Oops:
    The man leading a Washington Redskins foundation aimed at helping Native Americans is also the head of organization that was the subject of a federal investigation into a “defective contract” that cost the Bureau of Indian Affairs nearly $1 million.
  • How slow is the news today? Here's a list of swear words John Boehner has used.
  • Condolences to family and friends:
    Jeremiah Denton, a former U.S. senator who was held as a prisoner of war by North Vietnam for seven years and revealed his treatment by blinking the word "torture" in Morse code in a TV interview, died on Friday, the Washington Post reported.

    Denton died at a hospice in Virginia Beach from a heart ailment, his son, Jim Denton, told the newspaper. He was 89.

  • "See where every execution has taken place since 1977, in one map."
  • On today's Kagro in the Morning show, Colbert controversy; Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) retires. MI Dems charge corruption by Rick Snyder. But first, an epic diversion into basketball, the civil war, and Dolly Parton! More on Chesapeake Energy; Chevron buys itself an online newspaper.

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