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News n00bs: The quest for new audiences has taken The Washington Post to the streaming platform Twitch “It’s like a version of C-SPAN for a younger audience.” By Marlee Baldridge July 17, 2018, 9:39 a.m. Twitch : It’s not just for Fortnite battle royales anymore. The Washington Post tried out broadcasting on the streaming platform best known for gaming yesterday with content related to politics — which is its own battle royale, really. The Post’s plans for the platform include “postgame” coverage of major news events hosted by political reporter Libby Casey and a series called Playing Games with Politicians, in which political reporter Dave Weigel will interview politicians while playing video games. On Monday, the Post streamed coverage of Donald Trump’s meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin. Twitch — which is owned by Amazon, whose CEO Jeff Bezos owns The Washington Post — can be thought of as a cross between YouTube and a Reddit AMA. Accounts host live video feeds of content (usually video games) and viewers speak to each other in a chat feature. (If anyone’s actually watching .) It has 15 million daily active users and over 2.2 million broadcasters; 81.5 percent of users are male, and 55 percent are between the ages of 18 and 34 — in other words, a hard-to-reach demographic for political news. Video game journalists frequently use Twitch to review games or cover conferences like E3, but political coverage is less common.
He has written tirades against diversity and Islam, arguing that the former is “a source of weakness, tension and disunion” and that the latter is “incompatible with the modern West.” He also defended the notorious America First Committee, which tried to prevent the US from entering Wold War II using anti-semitic propaganda . Bill Kristol, of all people, compared Anton to prominent Nazi Carl Schmitt. Even Jonathan Chait—who usually saves his ire for the truly powerful, college students —has called him an authoritarian . Knowing this, the Washington Post, defender of democracy, decided to publish Anton’s argument for ending one of the few American traditions that contains any glimmer of compassion for immigrants. In the piece, Anton argues against the common interpretation of the 14th Amendment which was written to give citizenship rights to newly freed slaves, and that is the constitutional basis for birthright citizenship. Anton argues for a version of America that’s antithetical to what the Washington Post professes to support. He calls America not a country of immigrants, but a country of “settlers” who can choose to exclude immigrants at any time. He writes that America’s policy of birthright citizenship is a “magnet” for the “world’s poor” and allows our citizenship to be “debased.” These arguments are inconsistent with a vision of American democracy that represents actual Americans, fewer and fewer of whom are white . This is exactly the fear of Anton, white supremacist Richard Spencer, and others who see their supremacy as white Americans slipping away. How will they achieve their goal of a majority white America through democracy? They can’t.
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‘Juicy’ air brings sticky heat and a chance of thunderstorms to Los Angeles Fiery clouds drift over a taco stand in Long Beach, where monsoon-like weather will continue through Thursday before flowing out of the region. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times) A series of humid, desert-born thunderstorms arrived in Los Angeles County early Wednesday, bringing the possibility of rain to Southern California’s burn scars along with a slight chance of flash flooding, the National Weather Service said. By 6 a.m. the storms had brought rain to Chino and were expected to soak Whittier and Diamond Bar, before reaching South L.A. and then the coast somewhere between Long Beach and Los Angeles International Airport in the afternoon, said meteorologist Curt Kaplan. “The air is really juicy today,” Kaplan said, adding that it’s expected to be muggy through Thursday. Thunderstorms could emerge along the coast Wednesday morning before dissipating, then reappearing in the afternoon above inland valleys and the San Gabriel Mountain foothills, Kaplan said. Burn scars could get soaked, but the system is moving so fast there’s only a slight chance of a flash flood. A small cluster of thunderstorms were heading towards SE Los Angeles County. light to moderate showers and occasional lightning could affect Whittier, Lakewood and eventually Long Beach by 6 AM.
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If it happens, it would represent a changing of the guard, even if Netflix’s shows are not expected to capture top drama and comedy awards. And the end-of-an-era feeling becomes even more pronounced with AT&T’s new ownership of HBO. The telecommunications company has declared changes are coming for the network in a bid to increase subscriptions. As usual, Netflix spared no expense in its Emmys campaigning. It opened a 30,000-square-foot space in Los Angeles in May and June, staging more than a dozen events for crowds that it hoped included lots of Emmy voters. Netflix also recently bought a few dozen billboards along the Sunset Strip where it can pump out even more awards advertising. But while if Netflix is the most extravagant marketer, it’s far from the only one. So-called For Your Consideration events — screenings and panel discussions bankrolled by the networks and studios to get stars and free food and booze in front of Emmy voters — have expanded at an incredible clip. Last year, there were 61 Television Academy-sanctioned events in Los Angeles and New York during Emmy campaigning season. This year, it nearly doubled to 116 events, according to a spokesman for the Academy. James Comey, left, the former F.B.I.
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Kennedy was famous for his swing votes, but he sided with the liberals only on a particular set of (yes, hot-button) cases, and Chief Justice John Roberts has been willing to play the swing vote in his own consensus-oriented, restraint-prioritizing way. So if Kavanaugh is even somewhat Roberts-esque (as his detractors on the right have feared) in his approach, you could end up with a court that is more conservative but also more cautious than the Kennedy-era court, which had a swing justice more likely to go all-in for whichever side he swung toward. And then even if Kavanaugh proves aggressive (and his appellate record suggests he might be), and even if he frequently joins Clarence Thomas on the court’s right flank, it’s easy to imagine the prudent Roberts becoming still more cautious and consensus-oriented in response. Which is why the wisest take on the overall direction of the Supremes is the one that concludes Jack Goldsmith’s recent analysis in The Weekly Standard: If you’re expecting a broad “conservative revolution” as opposed to a gentle rightward drift, it will take “a sixth or seventh conservative justice” to deliver it. But of course neither the liberals most panicked by Kennedy’s retirement nor the conservatives who voted for Trump almost exclusively because of judicial nominations are focused on the general drift of the court; they’re focused on those hot-button cases where Kennedy advanced the causes of social liberalism, and on abortion above all. And here Kavanaugh’s elevation does promise to be a watershed — for the wider culture war if he (and Roberts) join Justices Thomas and Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch to overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and for internal Republican Party politics if he (or Roberts) imitate Kennedy and save abortion rights instead. There will be time to discuss the first potential watershed, the possible post-Roe-Casey political landscape, in the months to come.
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Has Trump changed his tone on North Korea? It does sound that way, but the US has had a “national emergency” in place with regard to North Korea since 2008. Since then, presidents have routinely renewed that status – and the online clothing shopping sites anti-Pyongyang sanctions that go with it. President Trump extended the national emergency on Friday due to “the existence and risk of proliferation of weapons-usable fissile material on the Korean Peninsula and the actions and policies of the Government of North Korea”. These “continue to pose an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States”, he said in a notice to Congress. Democrats say the latest White House language contradicts the president’s earlier boasts about the success of the Singapore summit. In another tweet on 13 June, he said Americans could “sleep well tonight!”. End of Twitter post 2 by @realDonaldTrump “The report of President Trump’s own administration completely undercuts his statements over the last few weeks,” said the Senate’s top Democrat, Chuck Schumer. “We have to treat these negotiations far more seriously than just as a photo op,” he added. “Saying the North Korea problem is solved doesn’t make it so.” At the historic meeting in Singapore, the first between a sitting US president and a leader of North Korea, Mr Trump and Mr Kim signed a statement in which the US offered “security guarantees” to North Korea, and the North pledged to “work towards complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula” – without defining what that meant. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that sanctions against North Korea will remain in place as negotiations continue over its nuclear arsenal.
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I know how I feel, and I have let it get to me in ways I wish it hadn’t. My worrying about it isn’t helping anything. But what Donald Trump is doing is concerning and infuriating — and it’s not the conservative agenda, it’s not a question of religious preference, it’s not a question of should government be big or small. I don’t have any problem with those topics. But the disregard for decency and truth and civility is what’s really disheartening. It feels like a country that celebrates stupidity is really taking it up a notch. Some people were introduced to your music through your score for “The Social Network.” I’m sure that what has happened with Facebook is probably more dystopian than you or David Fincher, the director, would have imagined. It’s easy to feel pessimistic now — being a father of young kids, my job is to preserve their innocence as long as possible. Every time I’ve got to jump to turn the TV off so I don’t have to explain the myriad embarrassments that are coming out of the current administration — “What’s a porn star, Dad?” — it affects me in ways that I probably wouldn’t have been this tuned in to a couple of years ago. You and Atticus Ross also scored the Ken Burns-Lynn Novick documentary about Vietnam — did that affect your feelings on the current administration? I realized that I naïvely had faith that the government must know what they’re doing.