Daily Clips: April 13, 2017

“We live, work, shop, and travel under a system of grossly asymmetric power relationships”

Alabama set to allow church to create its own police force: The constitutionality argument with this issue is not as black and white as you might first think.

The British warned us about Trump-Russia connections:

Members of the British intelligence agency GCHQ knew about “suspicious” contact between associates of President Donald Trump and Russian operatives as early as 2015, the Guardian reported on Thursday, citing a source with links to British intelligence.

Homeless camp cleared under Seattle’s Spokane Street Viaduct: Pictures of the “clearing.”

WA state’s student-achievement guru knows college isn’t for everyone; here’s what he proposes instead:

Q: The word “college” causes some confusion — I hear lots of readers say, well, not everyone needs to go to college. And the phrase “postsecondary credential” doesn’t resonate the same way.

A: I got exactly that reaction when I went around talking about this (in Connecticut). So I started using the phrase “something after high school.” I had conversations with people where they said, “Not everybody should go to college,” and I said, I agree with you, if you mean Yale, or the University of Connecticut. What I’m talking about is something after high school, and people would go, right away, “Yes, I agree with that.”

Nick Cassella

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