First Amendment Today, July 20, 2018: Time Cover Morphs Autocrats; NFL Announces Anthem Ban Timeout; and… Get Your Free Wall Street Bull Dildos!

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“That’s going to be special”: White House Director of National Intelligence learns of Trump–Putin Summit 2.0 during livestreamed interview

NBC news anchor Andrea Mitchell, smiling, interviews Dan Coats, the Trump administration's director of national intelligence, onstage at the 2018 Aspen Security Forum
NBC news anchor Andrea Mitchell gives Dan Coats, the White House’s director of national intelligence, the scoop at the 2018 Aspen Security Forum (Aspen Security Forum screenshot via YouTube)

Ramen shop owner sticks 100 dildos to Wall Street Charging Bull sculpture to protest Trump–Putin summit, then offers them for free on Craigslist

Time cover morphs Putin’s and Trump’s faces into one ugly autocrat

NFL and its players’ association agree to halt ban on anthem protests while talks continue

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Ex-Bond girl/Playboy model Robbin Young enjoyed “Twitter sex” with Russian hacker Guccifer 2.0

Gun-totin’ Oath Keepers wuss out on protesting Congresswoman Maxine Waters’s office in South L.A.

Viral Video of the Day: Georgia waitress body-slams male patron who groped her butt

Florida mayor forced to apologize for city’s war against home painted like Van Gogh’s Starry Night

Image of the Vincent van Gogh painting, 'The Starry Night'
Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night (via Wikimedia Commons)

See Also:
“First Amendment Today, July 19, 2018: Trump Mulls Further Treason; Elon Musk Apologizes; and… Facebook Tolerates Holocaust Deniers”

About Stephen Lemons

Stephen Lemons is an award-winning investigative journalist with more than 20 years of experience covering everything from government corruption to white-supremacist gangs. In addition to Front Page Confidential, his work has appeared in Phoenix New Times, the Los Angeles Times, Salon.com, and the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Report magazine.

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