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  Democrats Hope Sunday Obamacare Rallies Can Help Them Regain Momentum Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) told NPR, "The goal is to rally the American people against a disastrous Republican proposal." This week, the House and Senate took the first substantial step toward repealing Obamacare. Today, Democrats are holding rallies across the country, in an attempt to get some public momentum behind their longshot goal of blocking that effort. Congressional Democrats are organizing what they call a "Day of Action," with events scheduled from California to Illinois to Maine.
And in a demonstration of just how much clout the runner-up candidate in last year's Democratic presidential primary now has within the party that he's still not a member of, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will host the most high-profile rally of the day, in Warren, MI. Sanders played a major role in organizing the Obamacare rallies, sending out information about the events to the massive email list he gathered over the course of the 2016 campaign. "The goal is to rally the American people against a disastrous Republican proposal," Sanders told NPR. He's hoping the rallies are the first step toward an "outside-the-beltway" communication strategy that could help Democrats cut into President-elect Donald Trump's powerful ability to set the daily political agenda. Since Congress came back earlier this month, Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and other Democratic leaders have been pushing back against Republican proposals by doing what they normally do: holding big press conferences, doing TV interviews, and making the most of their time on the Senate floor.
Earlier this week, Senate Democrats talked late into the night about all the good they say Obamacare has done. And when the Senate voted to take the first step toward an Obamacare repeal early Thursday morning, many Democrats broke Senate rules by trying to explain their "no" votes as they cast them. This is the typical minority party playbook. But it's much harder to break through all the noise in an era where President-elect Trump can basically reprogram rg6 coaxial cable news with a single tweet. Schumer is trying to get Senate Democrats more engaged on social media. But no one else in Washington has been able to dominate it like Trump. This clearly frustrates Sanders.

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  Detroit Goes Dark After Major Power Outage Much of downtown Detroit went dark on Tuesday after a power rg6 coaxial cable was cut, leaving the grid without sufficient electricity. Courts, schools, government offices closed up and hospitals and first responders used their generators to operate. AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: The lights are back on in Detroit tonight. Power has been restored after a massive outage which paralyzed much of the city's business district today. The power went out because of a cable failure in an aging system.

Quinn Klinefelter of member station WDET reports. QUINN KLINEFELTER, BYLINE: Around 10 this morning, power shut off to courts, schools and government offices in Detroit. More than 900 sites were affected. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan says the city is switching to new power system operated by a private utility, but that will take years. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) MAYOR MIKE DUGGAN: A part of the old system that hadn't failed before failed. The staff properly switched the power to a new circuit. The new circuit failed. At that point, there is such a fear of overloading the system that the whole thing shut down. KLINEFELTER: People were trapped in elevators at City Hall. Hospitals switched to backup generators. Detroit City Official Gary Brown says even fire stations were without power because there are not enough generators to go around.

GARY BROWN: All of the fire station doors, which is important to be able to get the engines out to an emergency, can be opened manually. It doesn't take very much time to open a fire station door by pulling the chains. KLINEFELTER: Nine-one-one service was not interrupted, but the daily routine of students, like Wayne County Community College's Alexis Graham, were. ALEXIS GRAHAM: Like, every other street light was out. When I got to Wayne County, the doors were closed, so I couldn't even get in there. KLINEFELTER: Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan says the city will invest a billion dollars, in part, to help prevent such outages, but that's going to happen over the next decade. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) DUGGAN: Today is another reminder of how much work we still have to do to rebuild this city, and a bankruptcy order doesn't solve the decades of neglect. KLINEFELTER: For NPR News, I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit.

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 One way of looking at this is to say this is pretty worrisome because - you know that old adage about if you go to see a surgeon, he's going to recommend surgery because that's what surgeons do? And it's easy to think, if you have generals in charge of major portions of the government, they're going to take us to war because that's what generals do. They fight wars. You know these guys. So do you think that's a logical conclusion to jump to? RICKS: I do know these guys. And as you listed them, what struck me as I envisioned each is what a diverse group they are. General Flynn, I think, rose to levels above his level of competence, is a very naive man, not well-informed about the world despite being an intelligence officer. And I wasn't surprised to see him flame out very quickly. General Mattis is almost the opposite of General Flynn. Mattis, who's now the secretary of defense, is one of the more thoughtful people I've ever met in uniform or out. And he is an example that goes against your surgeon's analogy. Mattis has publicly advocated in the past for a bigger budget for the State Department. In fact, he said to Congress once, look, you can either increase the State Department's budget, or you can buy more bullets for me because if you don't increase your diplomacy, we're going to have more fighting. I would rather have more LED Panel Light diplomacy. Mattis is a very thoughtful man, and I think he's handled the job very well. McMaster is from a generation after Mattis. McMaster was a captain in the 1991 Gulf War and actually led a cavalry troop in one of the key battles in the '91 war, which was very short but did have some battles, called the Battle of 73 Easting in which his unit attacked a much larger group of Iraqi tanks and armored vehicles and trucks and utterly destroyed it in about 20 minutes of fighting. McMaster, again, years later, was a colonel in Iraq and did an extraordinarily good job in departing from this very clumsy, stalemated operation that the American military generally was enforcing and operating on in Iraq and instead took a new counterinsurgency approach that proved very successful and became the model for what General Petraeus tried to do a year later. It's been sad for me to watch McMaster in recent weeks because he's a thoughtful man as well - more emotional, more big and physical than Mattis but an intellectual himself. He wrote a very good book, called "Dereliction Of Duty," about the Vietnam War and the failures of American generals to tell the truth to American politicians, especially President Lyndon Johnson. And so it's almost Shakespearean to see McMaster in the White House as the national security adviser faced with the same situation, in many ways, that the Vietnam generals had. And when it's his job to get up and speak truth to power, instead he appears, in recent days, to have stood up and shielded the president from the truth and dissembled about the truth rather than insisting on the truth. And I think that... GROSS: Specifically, what are you referring to? RICKS: I'm referring to after The Washington Post ran a story about a week ago saying that President Trump had blown an intelligence source in front of the Russians by talking about very secret intelligence on ISIS and about a very new thin bomb they had developed that could be put inside a laptop. And he had talked about the actual city where this information came from. McMaster got up and called the story false. And then the following day... GROSS: He called the story that Trump had said this is false? RICKS: Yeah. And then the next day, he got up, and he kind of quibbled on that a little bit. He said, well, he actually confirmed the facts of the story, but then said the premise of the story was false.

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And so all the stories that were written came from unnamed sources from the authorities and - who obviously were trying to show that they were on the case, they were doing their job. And that just like, perhaps, the Richard Jule incident, the Atlanta Olympics bombing in 1996, shows that another flaw in the journalistic system is being too willing to take these leaks from police, detectives and prosecutors who aren't willing - to go on the record and to publish them almost as if they were fact and sometimes to blacken the reputations of people involved who may, in some instances, turn out to be innocent. SHAPIRO: Anne, thanks for the call. ANNE: Yes, absolutely. Thank you. SHAPIRO: You know, Howard Kurtz, it occurs to me, talking about the Charles Stuart story, there was a similar case in South Carolina. Susan Smith was a woman who said that her kids had been abducted by a black man, and it later turned out she had drowned them. Are the media too quick to believe stories about black men run wild? It seems to be a theme in so many of these hoaxes. Mr. KURTZ: I think so. I think there's a racial aspect here. In the case of the runaway bride, Jennifer Wilbanks, she said she had been abducted by a couple of Hispanic guys. That turned out to be completely fictional. She was just ducking out of her own wedding.
But in those cases, unlike when you have, you know, the undeniable drama of a helium balloon racing across the sky at 10,000 feet, there was no compelling reason for any news organization to run with an unsubstantiated report about black guys and Hispanic guys or white guys, for that matter, being involved in some alleged crime without any evidence, without any police spokesman confirming it on the record, without any arrest warrant, without any search warrant. And it just shows, you know, it's a hypercompetitive business. Everybody wants to be first. It's a juicy story. And so, in too many instances, somebody goes with it and the rest of the pack follows because, well, you know, it was in the Boston Globe. It must be true. And there, I think, you know, holding off until we have something confirmed would be the wiser course. But unfortunately, that's not always the case. SHAPIRO: We're talking about the greatest hoaxes of all time. And you're listening to TALK OF THE NATION from NPR News. Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post and CNN, we have seen in the last few years , Facebook, other social media sites proliferating. Do you think it makes hoaxes thrive, or do you think that it extinguishes them more quickly? Mr. KURTZ: That is an interesting question. I'm a big fan, and I learn a lot from and I offer my thoughts on there in 140 characters or less. And certainly, I have seen rumors spread on , or just things that were unconfirmed about the Iranian street demonstrations and otherwise.
So you have to take it for what it is. But it does tell you something about 21st century communications that even if something doesn't make it to Audio & video cable news or the newspapers or even the blogs, anybody can dash off a message and have it read by other people on . And sometimes you have to be cautious at the same time. I've seen instances where people have used - and social networking services like it, Facebook and others - to knock down reports that the media may have floated because they live in the area and they may know something about it. So it can be a bit of a double-edged sword. SHAPIRO: And speaking of the cable news networks, you've been covering the media for the Post since 1990.

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