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  • The lies have it: Republicans abandon truth in Trump impeachment defence
  • The lies have it: Republicans abandon truth in Trump impeachment defenceAs the GOP counter-offensive runs on fake news and conspiracy theories, critics say truth itself is under attack?Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four,? George Orwell wrote in the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. ?If that is granted, all else follows.?The pro-Donald Trump industrial complex has not yet denied basic arithmetic. But as impeachment looms, his allies appear to be waging an increasingly frantic political and media counter-offensive that puts truth itself in the dock.A bewildering array of fake news, warped facts and conspiracy theories have been propagated in the past week by conservative media, Republican politicians, White House officials and the president in his own defence. It is, commentators say, a concerted disinformation war, intended to crowd out damaging revelations as the House of Representatives prepares its ultimate sanction.?The more facts come out, the more desperate they get,? said Kurt Bardella, a former spokesman and senior adviser on the House oversight committee. ?They know in a debate centred on facts, truth and reality, they lose. Their only mechanism to survive is to muddy the waters, distort, distract and hope if they repeat lies often enough, they become real.?Trump this week became the only fourth US president to face articles of impeachment. The two against him charge him with abuse of power by pressuring Ukraine to announce investigations that would boost his 2020 re-election campaign, and obstruction of Congress by ordering witnesses to defy subpoenas.> These guys are in an abusive relationship with Trump ? They behave the way you see victims of domestic violence behave> > Rick WilsonAt public hearings and in countless media interviews, Republicans sought to argue that Trump was, in fact, justified in seeking the two investigations: one into whether Ukraine meddled in the 2016 the presidential election, the other into a Ukrainian gas company with ties to Hunter Biden, the son of potential 2020 rival Joe Biden.Trump?s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, even flew to Ukraine with the ardently pro-Trump One America News Network (OANN) to interview officials for a ?docu-series?. The Wall Street Journal reported that when Giuliani got back to New York last week, the president called him on the runway and demanded: ?What did you get??The former New York mayor reportedly replied: ?More than you can imagine.?Giuliani visited Trump at the White House on Friday.The entire US intelligence community has found no evidence to support the claim of Ukrainian interference in 2016. Fiona Hill, formerly top Russia expert at the White House, has warned that to spread ?the fictional narrative? is to spread Russian propaganda and do the bidding of Vladimir Putin. Christopher Wray, the director of the FBI, said this week there was ?no indication? that Ukraine interfered.Yet several Republican senators continue to peddle this counter-narrative. Last Sunday Ted Cruz, runner-up to Trump in the 2016 primary, told NBC?s Meet the Press: ?Ukraine blatantly interfered in our election.?Host Chuck Todd?s eyebrows shot up with surprise.?Senator, this sort of strikes me as odd,? he said, noting how Trump viciously went after Cruz during the primary campaign, questioning his birthplace and religion and insulting his wife.But Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist and author of Everything Trump Touches Dies, said: ?I?m not surprised at Ted Cruz being sycophantic to Trump. Trump broke Ted Cruz a long time ago. The Republicans have the worst political Stockholm syndrome we?ve ever seen.?These guys are all in an abusive relationship with Trump. I don?t mean that in a flippant way. They behave the way you see victims of domestic violence behave. But they?ve got culpability in this thing: they?re not just victims, they?re enablers.?Wilson noted there is no punishment for Trump?s allies.?There are no consequences for being untruthful. It?s become a feature, not a bug. The audience expects them to lie. There?s a certain liberty in not having a conscience and being able to lie about anything and watch Trump blow stuff up. Trump revels in paying the joker and they revel in him playing that role.?Republicans have also worked hard to justify Trump?s demand for an investigation into Biden. All week they continued to push for Hunter to appear as a witness, even though there is no evidence of wrongdoing on his part. On Thursday, Matt Gaetz of Florida presented an amendment to the impeachment articles that would replace a reference to investigations into Joe Biden with ?the true topic of the investigation, Burisma and Hunter Biden?.> If Fox News did not exist, the Republican embrace of wild conspiracy theories would not be tenable or possible> > Kurt BardellaAnother Republican defence hinges on political tribalism. Full of righteous indignation, they claim Democrats had been plotting to impeach Trump all along and so the inquiry is a ?sham?. Doug Collins, the top Republican on the House judiciary committee, said Democrats ?can?t get over the fact Donald Trump is president of the United States and they don?t have a candidate that they think can beat him?. ?It is incredible?The impeachment inquiry is not the only glimpse into Trump and his allies? parallel universe. This week saw the release of a justice department inspector general report that debunked the conspiracy theory that the investigation into Trump?s 2016 campaign and its ties to Russia originated with political bias. The report quoted the FBI deputy general counsel as saying: ?The FBI would have been derelict in our responsibility had we not opened the case.?Trump?s long-held contention that the Russia investigation was a hoax and witch-hunt was demolished before his eyes. Yet his first response from the White House came from a parallel universe in which up is down and two plus two equals five.?The IG report just came out, and I was just briefed on it, and it?s a disgrace what?s happened with respect to the things that were done to our country,? he told reporters.?It should never again happen to another president. It is incredible. Far worse than I would have ever thought possible. And it?s an embarrassment to our country. It?s dishonest. It?s everything that a lot of people thought it would be, except far worse.?Trump turned to Pam Bondi, a special adviser on impeachment and former Florida attorney general to whom he once donated. Like Cruz, she did not disappoint.?You know, so many of us who are career law enforcement today are outraged,? she said. ?And I think the American people really should be terrified that this could happen to you when we?re supposed to live in a society of integrity and honesty.?Sometimes, Trump just makes stuff up. At a campaign rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, he made the baseless allegation that the former FBI agent Peter Strzok needed a restraining order against ex-colleague Lisa Page when their affair ended. The couple?s anti-Trump text messages are a favourite Republican talking point.?This poor guy, did I hear he needed a restraining order after this whole thing, to keep him away from Lisa?? Trump asked the crowd. ?I don?t know if it?s true, the fake news will never report it, but it could be true.?Page tweeted: ?This is a lie. Nothing like this ever happened. I wish we had a president who knew how to act like one. SAD!? ?The attorney general is a Fox News bot?The president has found another useful enabler in Bill Barr, the attorney general, who joined him in dismissing most of the inspector general?s findings and promising that his handpicked prosecutor, John Durham, will have the final word.Jeffrey Toobin, a lawyer and legal analyst, told CNN: ?The attorney general of the United States is a Fox News bot. And it?s an outrage. [Barr] keeps demanding investigation after investigation until he gets the results that he wants? That?s something that happens in the Soviet Union, not in the United States.?Trump has far more tools at his disposal than Richard Nixon or Bill Clinton did when facing impeachment in the 1970s and 90s. No matter how outlandish, his assertions are amplified and seldom questioned by loyal hosts on Rupert Murdoch?s Fox News network.Bardella said: ?If Fox News did not exist, the Republican embrace of wild conspiracy theories would not be tenable or possible. They are the editorial centre of the Republican party now.?This is further augmented by social media. Under the headline ?Fact-based impeachment can?t penetrate the pro-Trump Web?, the Washington Post highlighted how Friday?s impeachment hearing was watched by a private Facebook group with more than 75,000 members under the banner ?The Trump deplorables?.It reported: ?The defense mounted by Trump?s allies made perfect sense to those following live on social media, in groups sealed off from general scrutiny, where facts are established by volume, and confirmation comes from likes. The effect of social media is to jack up the tenor of everything.?This calibrated, multi-pronged Republican assault has left the nation in what some call a state of ?truth decay? as all sense of shared reality breaks down. The tactics offer a chilling preview of how the president intends to fight next year?s election.Bardella said: ?We have one chance to return to a certain amount of normality and respect. Much more than Donald Trump is on the ballot, fact and truth and our democratic way of life are on the ballot.?

  • U.K. Government Plans Brexit Bill, Multi-Year NHS Funding
  • U.K. Government Plans Brexit Bill, Multi-Year NHS Funding(Bloomberg) -- Boris Johnson?s Conservative government will return the Withdrawal Agreement bill for debate in Parliament before Christmas, seeking to get it passed in time for the Jan. 31 deadline for Britain to leave the European Union.After securing a hefty majority in Thursday?s general election, the prime minister is setting out on the first stage of his campaign promise to ?get Brexit done.? He?s also vowed not to extend the transition period beyond 2020, leaving Britain and the EU just 11 months to hammer out an accord.The Queen?s Speech, scheduled for Thursday, will lay out the government?s domestic agenda and much of it will be a reprise of what was outlined by Johnson?s minority administration in October. A key addition, according to a statement late Saturday from Downing Street, will be a plan to enact a ?multi-year financial commitment? to the National Health Service.?This election was as much about delivering on the people?s priorities as it was about getting Brexit done -- and the Prime Minister understands that,? a No. 10 official said. ?We will deliver on the promises we have made on helping with the cost of living, tackling crime and supporting our NHS.?Regarding Northern Ireland, where the nationalist Sinn Fein made significant advances in the election at the expense of the Democratic Unionist Party, Johnson wants parties to resume talks before Christmas on governance in the province. Stormont, Northern Ireland?s power-sharing assembly, has been suspended following a bitter row between Sinn Fein and the DUP.A strong U.K. is a ?vital focus of this government,? according to the statement.Johnson is also planning a major reshuffle in February, after Brexit, in an attempt to move on to the next part of his agenda, according to the Times of London. As many as one third of ministers in his cabinet could be fired from the top team in the prime minister?s bid to tackle issues facing working-class voters, the newspaper reported, citing a government source it didn?t identify.(Updates with reported Cabinet plans in last paragraph)\--With assistance from Siraj Datoo.To contact the reporter on this story: James Ludden in New York at jludden@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Matthew G. Miller at mmiller144@bloomberg.net, Tony CzuczkaFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Researchers get their hands dirty in one of the last frontiers of science
  • Researchers get their hands dirty in one of the last frontiers of scienceSeveral researchers from across Canada have teamed up to get the dirt on dirt."It's fascinating because soil is one of the last frontiers," said Claudia Goyer of Agriculture Canada in Fredericton.Goyer and her colleagues are attempting to collect and document all of the organic matter and micro-organisms in topsoil ? with a focus on agricultural land and forests.They'll compile the data in a soil map of Atlantic Canada."Soil is super important because that's what gives us food on our plates," Goyer said. "We're eating plants. Animals eat plants. It's very crucial to our life, basically."Aided by students who were employed for the summer, the researchers dug up 250 soil samples this year in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.They intend to collect another 250 next summer in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador.In the longer term, the plan is to map the soil of the entire country.Most of the research will focus on the few centimetres closest to the surface, known as the A horizon. But they also took some samples at depths of 30 to 60 cm to find out how carbon moves through soil. Erika Young of Memorial University of Newfoundland will analyze the nematodes and soil respiration.Kirsten Hannam of Summerland, B.C., will look after fractionation ? breaking the soil down to different parts.Goyer's Fredericton colleagues, Louis-Pierre Comeau, Jessica Vickruck and Cameron Wagg, will respectively look at organic matter, micro-arthropods such as mites and the relationships, known as mycorrhizas, between fungi and plants.Goyer's focus is on microbiology.Soil has about 100 million bacteria and a million fungi per teaspoon, she said."It looks like it's inert ? but it's actually very active."And remarkably little is known about how all those life forms work together to cycle nutrients, feed plants, protect against pathogens and recycle carbon ? some pretty key functions in ecosystems."I can go in your garden and have 20 to 30 per cent of the organisms that we don't know anything about."All of that should soon change.There's been a recent boom in soil microbiology research, said Goyer, made possible by a new DNA testing method known as next generation sequencing.Whereas before only a small portion of organisms in soil could be cultivated, now it's possible to get a much more complete picture of biological diversity.Once we have a better idea what's in the soil and how it works together, we might also figure out ways to protect and boost food and forest production."That's the dream of all soil microbiologists on the planet, I think," Goyer said.She also expects the study will provide important baseline data to monitor the effects of climate change.Canada's growing season is expected get longer, but there will also be more frequent periods of drought and extreme rain events.Those extreme rain events are already taking a toll on New Brunswick soil, she said. The province is prone to run-off because of its rolling landscape."We're losing that very good A horizon ? like the top part of the soil where most of the organic matter is and most of the organisms. And that is not good."That's why some farmers in the potato belt have started using terraced fields, she said.Another protection method is maintaining riparian zones, or strips of trees, that stop the soil from running into a stream."We're always looking for solutions so we make sure that soil stays where it should be."Goyer suspects this data will be useful for farmers, foresters and policy makers.

  • The Water Crisis In Cities Everywhere Is Worsening Already Terrible Inequality
  • The Water Crisis In Cities Everywhere Is Worsening Already Terrible InequalityWhile the rich can drill wells and keep swimming pools filled, poorer residents line up for water and struggle to survive.

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