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Barr Unsatisfied With Intel Answers on Russia Probe Origins

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Attorney General Bill Barr said he has not received answers from the intelligence community that are at all satisfactory in the early stages of his review into the origins of the Russia investigation.


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mikenov on Twitter: RT @politico: The House Judiciary Committee chair said there “certainly is” justification for launching impeachment proceedings against Don…

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The House Judiciary Committee chair said there “certainly is” justification for launching impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump, but cautioned that the public first must agree that it’s warranted politi.co/2EHUFZd


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Trump Issues Laughable Tweet Recognizing ‘Pride Month’ as His Administration Continues to Attack LGBTQ People

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Donald Trump on Friday recognized LGBT Pride Month in a pair of tweets while his administrations continues to attack LGBTQ people from all angles, much of it in the guise of “religious freedom.” Here’s a handy timeline.

Tweeted Trump: “As we celebrate LGBT Pride Month and recognize the outstanding contributions LGBT people have made to our great Nation, let us also stand in solidarity with the many LGBT people who live in dozens of countries worldwide that punish, imprison, or even execute individuals……..on the basis of their sexual orientation. My Administration has launched a global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality and invite all nations to join us in this effort!”

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Should Odell Beckham Jr. show up for the Browns’ voluntary workouts?

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In this week’s mailbag, retired NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz discusses when “voluntary” means “mandatory,” and whether he’s ever thought about coaching.

It’s time for my weekly mailbag article! It was a busy week full of NFL news, even with games still in the distance. I wrote about the leadership at the NFLPA sending out a warning to agents about players saving money for an upcoming lockout and why players need to listen to this warning. Also, Louis Riddick predicted Carson Wentz will win the 2019 NFL MVP, so I broke down the odds for that award.

Here’s what else you wanted to know this week. As a reminder, you can reach out to me on Twitter or Instagram if you have any questions you’d like answered.

Freddie Kitchens recently spoke out about Odell Beckham Jr. skipping the voluntary offseason workouts. Do you agree with him? — anonymous

Heck yes, I agree with Kitchens. Yes, this is voluntary but there are times when things that are “voluntary” are actually mandatory. Beckham was traded to the Browns and has spent a total of three days in Cleveland since then. His position requires chemistry and timing with the quarterback, which he’s not getting while training in Los Angeles.

Beckham needs to learn a new playbook, new coaching style, new quarterback, new teammates, and so on. The only way this happens is being in the facility. There’s limited time in training camp for this to occur, and it’s especially tougher when Baker Mayfield needs to work with all the offensive talent he’s got on the roster. He can’t just focus on Beckham.

“But Tom Brady is away from offseason workouts” — ha! When Beckham wins a Super Bowl, I’ll reevaluate my thoughts. Even though Brady is away, he’s had rookie WR N’Keal Harry over to work on things. Brady doesn’t need the timing reps that a young quarterback like Mayfield does, either.

Have you ever thought of coaching?@Mic_wrecka11

I get this question often, and the answer is no. Heck no. And I’d be a great coach. But for many reasons, it’s not for me.

First, I respect the coaches in the NFL. The hours they put in are remarkable — in before the sun and out after it’s way down. Some just sleep in their office. I’m not cut out for that life. I need my eight hours of sleep.

Secondly is family time. Coaches sacrifice time with their family for the job. You can’t be an outstanding coach and have a normal family routine. Coaches regularly find new jobs every few years, and I’m done moving. My wife works, my kids have their schools, and we built a house. I’m not uprooting them to coach. It’s not fair to them.

Lastly is patience and attention span. I’m not sure I have the patience to coach through mistakes, and I know for sure I don’t have the attention span for long install meetings and film.

With Jonah Williams being penciled in at LT in Cincinnati, it seems like you were correct. All of his pre-draft scrutiny led me to wonder: can you can think of an OT who was a great prospect that didn’t succeed in the NFL strictly because of his arm length?@tedgramiak76

I was listening to NFL talk radio the other day and they said something along the lines of “Well, we will see how Jonah plays with pads on at left tackle because we just don’t think he will end up there.” I laughed.

The Bengals moved seasoned pro Cordy Glenn for a rookie on the first day Williams showed up. Williams is playing left tackle.

To answer your question, I’d say no. If you’re a top tackle prospect but your arms do in fact hinder your ability to play that position in the NFL, you just move to guard and you do fine. Remember this and I said it about Williams: “if you can ball, you can ball.”

Williams could start at all five positions. Sometimes we need to throw out the measurables and focus on the film. The film shows Williams belongs at left tackle.


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Scripps Spelling Bee, Rachel Maddow, Kim Jong Un, Debbie Harry, Eagle Creek Saloon, Yvie Oddly, Billy Porter: HOT LINKS

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48 AND COUNTING. Democrats calling for impeachment.

CHICAGO. Police have begun to release Jussie Smollett’s case files.

POORLY CONCEIVED. NYT bans journalists from “partisan” shows: ‘It’s not just Maddow. The Times has come to “prefer,” as sources put it, that its reporters steer clear of any cable-news shows that the masthead perceives as too partisan, and managers have lately been advising people not to go on what they see as highly opinionated programs. It’s not clear how many shows fall under that umbrella in the eyes of Times brass, but two others that definitely do are Lawrence O’Donnell’s and Don Lemon’s, according to people familiar with management’s thinking. Hannity’s or Tucker Carlson’s shows would likewise make the cut, but it’s not like Times reporters ever do those anyway. ‘

RIP. Gay Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina remembered: “How I would like people to remember Binyavanga? I think would be encapsulated by just a very brief thought – Ken’s life was a seed and he planted that seed not for himself but for others, just listening to the number of artists who found their voice because Ken believed in them, gave them a platform, to speak in many different fields, be it musically and other types of artistic impressions, and that’s how I would like him to be remembered, and that is what life is about.”

PROGRESS BAR. Chicago gay bar faces backlash after announcing rap music is banned. “This is f—ing racist as f—,” one person wrote on Twitter. “Progress is frequented by [people of color] and banning rap is basically saying ‘f— you’ to these patrons.”

NORTH KOREA. Diplomat reportedly executed after failure of summit between Kim Jong Un and Trump. “Kim Hyok-chol was investigated and executed at Mirim airport with four foreign ministry officials in March,” an unnamed North Korea source said, according to the newspaper, adding that they were charged with spying for the US.

SCRIPPS. National Spelling Bee ends in historic 8-way tie. ‘Texas seventh-grader Rohan Raja became the eighth and final winner of the National Spelling Bee’s 92nd annual competition on Thursday after a correct recital of the word “odylic”, earning a wild round of applause from the audience.

EAGLE CREEK SALOON. Art piece remembers San Francisco’s first black-owned gay bar: ‘The original Eagle Creek Saloon didn’t look anything like the new one. When Barnette took over the bar, he knocked down a good chunk of the front wall and replaced it with a big picture window to let the light in. The bar itself was made of dark wood and so were the floors. The ceilings were high. There was a neon sign there, too — “Eagle Creek Saloon” — but it wasn’t pink like the one his daughter had installed in this art exhibit.’

JERUSALEM. First openly gay Orthodox rabbi ordained: “Daniel Landes, a prominent American-Israeli rabbi, granted semichah, Hebrew for ordination, to Daniel Atwood alongside a mixed group of men and women at the Jerusalem Theater on Sunday evening during a ceremony attended by more than 200 guests. Atwood was informed earlier this year that he would not be ordained after completing his studies at New York’s Yeshivat Chovevei Torah despite the school previously saying it would ordain him.”

FACE IT. Debbie Harry has a new autobiography coming out.

ON THE RAG. This week on the gay magazines.

NEW YORK. State weighs ban on gay and trans panic defenses: ‘New York could become just the fifth state in the union to ban gay and trans panic defenses in court if legislation in Albany becomes law by the end of June. But as so often occurs, what would seem like legislation set to sail to easy passage in a state like New York may be undone by the typical bickering and dysfunction that define the Albany process.’

EUROPE. Where it stands on gay marriage and civil unions.

BILLY PORTER. Advice for his 16-year-old self. “Extract yourself from the people who don’t know how to love you. Extract yourself from anything that’s toxic. Change the narrative of, ‘I need the love of people, my mother, my father, my family to exist on the planet’. No! “

CHICAGO. City gets rainbow crosswalks.

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY. Yvie Oddly “Dolla Store”.

NEW TUNE OF THE DAY. Gucci Mane feat. Justin Bieber “Love Thru The Computer”.

TEASER OF THE DAY. Disney/Pixar’s Onward.

LYRIC VIDEO OF THE DAY. Tove Lo “Glad He’s Gone”.

FRIDAY FLASH. Will.

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Former Watergate prosecutor: The Mueller probe is ‘totally different’ from Watergate – Fox News

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Former Watergate prosecutor: The Mueller probe is ‘totally different’ from Watergate  Fox News

Former Watergate Assistant Special Prosecutor Jon Sale said Thursday that Robert Mueller’s investigation is “totally different” from what unfolded during …


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Doug Collins suspects ex-FBI leaker is Peter Strzok – Washington Examiner

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Doug Collins suspects ex-FBI leaker is Peter Strzok  Washington Examiner

A top Republican wants to know if a high-ranking FBI official who leaked “sensitive” information and improperly accepted a gift from the media was Peter Strzok, …


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The Latest: Barr defends his summary of Mueller report – San Francisco Chronicle

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The Latest: Barr defends his summary of Mueller report  San Francisco Chronicle

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller (all times local): 8 a.m. Attorney General William Barr is …


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William Barr Unloads On Collusion Conspiracy Theory As ‘Bogus’ – The Federalist

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William Barr Unloads On Collusion Conspiracy Theory As ‘Bogus’  The Federalist

‘Mueller has spent two and half years and the fact is there is no evidence of a conspiracy,’ Attorney General William Barr told CBS News.


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No, the Warriors’ Game 1 NBA Finals loss doesn’t prove they NEED Kevin Durant

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Of course he’d help, but the Warriors don’t need their superstar to return to clean up their Game 1 mistakes.

The Golden State Warriors’ 2019 NBA Playoffs run has been defined by the players the team has been without en route to a fifth straight Finals appearance. After losing DeMarcus Cousins in the second game of the postseason, the Warriors survived a minor hiccup and rolled past the Clippers. After losing Kevin Durant in Game 4 of the second round against the Rockets, they won their next two games, then swept the Trail Blazers without Andre Iguodala in Game 4.

Now, after weathering a depleted lineup for so long, the team finds itself down in a series, 1-0 to the Raptors in the Finals.

A nine-point loss to Toronto on the road didn’t give the Warriors much to feel good about, but it also didn’t prove that they need Kevin Durant back. Of course, adding a 6’11, versatile body to cover one of Kawhi Leonard or Pascal Siakam would make life easier for Golden State, as would having another primary scorer. But this Warriors team isn’t helpless without him.

Even without KD, the Warriors held Kawhi Leonard, who has been the playoffs’ best player, to just 23 points on 5-of-14 shooting and five assists. They successfully fulfilled their gameplan and made the Raptors “other guys” fill in big roles on the biggest stage of the year.

The Warriors underestimated what those guys could bring, however. Pascal Siakam and his offbeat Euro-steps took over the game with 32 points on 14-of-17 shooting, Marc Gasol hit two wide-open threes on his way to 20 points, and the Raptors, without a heroic effort from Leonard, stayed afloat.

The question, now, is how replicable that output will be for Toronto. In Game 2, the Warriors will shift their priorities. And the Warriors have one of the world’s best-ever defenders in Draymond Green. To think Siakam will miss just three shots for as many points again is unwise.

A key to slowing down Siakam for the Warriors will be limiting turnovers caused by forcing plays. Sloppy passing and ball-handling led to six Toronto steals, which allowed players like Siakam to thrive on the break. The Raptors scored 17 points off 17 turnovers.

“Our transition D was horrible,” Green said after Game 1. “I let [Siakam] get in a rhythm in the first half. I gotta do a better job at taking his rhythm away and I will.” That switch in itself could make the difference.

An unsung note from Game 1 was how fluidly Golden State ended Game 1 on the offensive end against a top shelf defensive team. Golden State shot 44 percent for the game, five percentage points worse than their regular season average, but matched their three-point shooting at 39 percent. Steph Curry scored 34 points on 18 shots, Klay Thompson scored 21 on 17, and Green, Quinn Cook, Jonas Jerebko, Alfonzo McKinnie, and Kevon Looney each chipped in a handful of points on fine shooting as well. They scored efficiently enough to win without Durant.

Game 2 could wipe away Game 1’s struggles from memory with a few adjustments other than the return of Durant, who isn’t expected back until midway through the series. First up, the Warriors need to stop Siakam while holding ground against Leonard. The Warriors shouldn’t feel great after Game 1, but it’s early in the series, and they still have reasons for optimism.

As the roster currently stands, there are enough pieces to three-peat. Doing so will just be a bit tougher this year.


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Gus Kenworthy leaves little to the imagination… for a good cause

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Well, you can’t fault the guy for not knowing his audience.

Days ahead of the eighteenth annual AIDS/LifeCycle, the June bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles that raises an impressive amount of money for HIV/AIDS services, Gus Kenworthy has made one final fundraising push.

And do you hear that? That’s the sound of nobody complaining about his tactics.

First, the out Olympian posted a photo that understandably grabbed gay Twitter’s attention:

And shortly after:

As of this posting, Kenworthy has personally raised an incredible $210K for the cause, and we can’t imagine this last-minute photo push hurt his donation pacing.

The ride will kick off June 2 and arrive just in time for Los Angeles Pride. In 2018, the grand fundraising total was $16.6 million. Well OK!

Reaction to Gus’ photo was as to be expected:

Head here for more info on the 2019 AIDS/LifeCycle ride.


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Out Colorado governor Jared Polis signs new LGBTQ protections into law

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Colorado governor Jared Polis, the nation’s first openly gay governor, just signed extra protections for LGBTQ people into law.

The first-term Democrat signed two bills into law. The first bans so-called “conversion therapy,” making Colorado the 18th state to ban the practice of trying to change sexual orientation. The medical field has widely attacked the practice as extremely harmful and ineffective.

Related: Colorado will become the 16th state to ban conversion therapy

The second bill allows for an easier change of gender listings on government documents. The move will benefit transgender and non-binary people to change their gender without having to go through surgical procedures, provide a doctor’s note, or make public declarations of name and gender changes. Both bills passed Colorado’s legislature with bipartisan support.

Fellow lawmakers praised the move. Senator Steve Fenberg, who co-sponsored the bills, called the move “a huge step, first and foremost for LGBT youth. He also noted that states have a greater responsibility to protect queer citizens in the era of Trump. “[It’s] a big deal because at the federal level we’re seeing rollbacks and a lot of the progress that was made under the Obama administration dissolve,” he said following the signing ceremony. “This responsibility to protect LGBT youth and to further the cause of ensuring that there’s fairness and nondiscrimination now really lies to the states.”


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Two men charged with hate crimes after luring and attacking guys via Grindr

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Daniel Jenkins and Daryl Henry

Police have charged two men in Dallas with the attack and robbery of gay men they targeted on Grindr.

Law enforcement officials say Daryl Henry (22) and Daniel Jenkins (20) lured men for dates using the popular gay social app only to beat, rob and in some cases rape victims. The attacks occurred in late 2017. Prosecutors unsealed the indictment–which charges both with violating federal hate crime laws–this week.

Court documents detail how Henry and Jenkins targeted men ranging from age 19 to 57. They would hold victims at gunpoint, forcing them to withdraw cash from an ATM machine before stealing their cars, wallets, jewelry and other personal effects. Victims also reported sexual assault, being called gay slurs, and in some cases, being held for ransom. At least one victim also had human excrement smeared on him during the attack.

Related: Inside the “house of horrors” trap set for gay men on hookup app

Police apprehended Henry and Jenkins in December 2017 after one victim managed to escape the pair and alert police. When law enforcement arrived on the scene, they found three men already held captive. Earlier this year, another suspect named Michael Atkinson pled guilty to similar charges for his involvement with the pair and their scheme.


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Who threw the first brick at Stonewall? The debate rages on…

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There are some mysteries we may never solve.

Whatever happened to Baby Jane? …Is there really a lost Britney Spears album called Original Doll? …Who threw the first brick at Stonewall?

The New York Times has put together a pretty amazing mini doc exploring the many theories behind the popular myth through interviews with people who participated in the uprising, as well as LGBTQ historians and contemporary queer writers.

Related: Check out the new mural dedicated to Stonewall hero Marsha P. Johnson

Spoiler alert: No one can agree on who it was. Or even if it was a brick. Or a cobblestone. Or a rock. Or something else. But that’s not the point.

Filmmaker Shane O’Neil writes:

Fifty years after Stonewall, we’re still arguing about what happened on that night. And that’s kind of the point: Stonewall was, at its core, about people reclaiming their narratives from a society that told them they were sick or pitiful or didn’t even exist.

Getting to tell your own story is a gift, but it means that you have to contend with other people’s stories, and I guess that can mean arguing, maybe for 50 years straight. And that’s O.K.

Watch.


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Watch the exact moment Taron Egerton learns about gay sex slang

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Rocketman is officially in theaters as of today, and to celebrate, Taron Egerton stopped by Buzzfeed to engage in a rite of passage for sexually secure stars: the reading of the thirst tweets.

Egerton, who plays famed gay musician Elton John in the new biopic, is predictably adorable as he reads raunchy tweet after raunchy tweet.

Related: Daddy hunk Christopher Meloni releases dramatic reading of tweets about his hotness

But something even more fun happens towards the end of the vid — he learns a certain word that will likely not be new information to many readers.

Watch at around the 2:38 mark to see Taron’s horizons expand:


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mikenov on Twitter: The Trump Investigations Blog by Michael Novakhov – Review Of News And Opinions: Barr on Mueller’s “legal analysis,” Trump’s claim … trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/2019/05/barr-o…

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The Trump Investigations Blog by Michael Novakhov – Review Of News And Opinions: Barr on Mueller’s “legal analysis,” Trump’s claim … trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/2019/05/barr-o…


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Barr on Mueller’s “legal analysis,” Trump’s claim of spying on campaign by CBSNewsOnline Friday May 31st, 2019 at 12:39 PM

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Barr on Mueller’s “legal analysis,” Trump’s claim of spying on campaign by CBSNewsOnline Friday May 31st, 2019 at 12:39 PM – Post


Barr on Mueller’s “legal analysis,” Trump’s claim of spying on campaign 

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Attorney General William Barr says special counsel Robert Mueller could have ruled on whether President Trump committed an obstruction of justice offense, but chose not to. Barr explained to CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford why he cleared the president. Crawford joined CBSN AM to discuss her interview.

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