Guardians Of the Galaxy director James Gunn is a HUGE Replacements fanboy and he’s not afraid to tell you about it: “As far as I’m concerned, Let It Be and the three albums after it Tim, Pleased to Meet Me and Don’t Tell a Soul are four of the greatest rock and roll albums ever produced… no matter how many people acknowledge it.” His essay on Facebook and his Replacements Spotify playlist.
Zuckerberg hits users with the hard truth: You agreed to this. After another privacy bombshell, Facebook tells horrified users, “it’s explained right there in the app.” (Vanity Fair)
David Hogg Rips Santorum For ‘CPR’ Comment: CPR Won’t Help ‘If You Take a Bullet From an AR-15’ “At the end of the day, if you take a bullet from an AR-15 to the head to no amount of CPR is going to save you because you’re dead.” (Mediaite)
How much is Rick Gates telling Mueller about Trump? Lawyers and Trump associates describe deep unease about what the former Manafort deputy might be telling Mueller in exchange for leniency. (Politico)
This Democratic Senator Has a Plan to Make College Debt-Free for All. The cost of college is too damn high. Between 1988 and 2016, the median household income in the United States grew by a little over 11 percent — while the average price of a four-year education at a public college in the U.S. increased by over 200 percent. (New York)
AP Poll: 62 Percent Of Americans Think The US Is Headed In The Wrong Direction. Anyone know why? (Talking Points Memo)
Trump lawyer Michael Cohen may be ‘looking at felony charges’ over Stormy scandal. Karma’s a bitch. Being a fucking dummy doesn’t help much either. (Raw Story)
It Wasn’t for the Politicians. This Day Was for the People. The March for Our Lives was for the victims and those who knew them, all of whom are bound in blood. (Esquire)
The damage this billionaire businessman did will haunt us for years to come. Behind his carefully stage-managed veneer of bipartisanship, Peterson engaged in a decades-long war on the social contract. (Raw Story)
“I Got Chills When I Heard Emma González”: 50 Years Later, the Students Behind the 1968 Columbia Uprising Recall the World They Made. In April 1968, hundreds of students at Columbia University took over campus buildings in an uprising that caught the world’s attention. Fifty years later, they reflect on what went right and what went wrong. (Vanity Fair)
Speaking at the March for Our Lives event in Washington, Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Emma González memorializes the victims of the Parkland school shooting and tells demonstrators to fight for their lives so someone else won’t have to.