Episode

6/25 Juan Cole, Muslim Brotherhood Wins in Egypt

June 25, 2012

Middle East expert Juan Cole discusses Egyptian elections and the country’s current political landscape; the Muslim Brotherhood’s agenda and what their victory means for the country.  You may be surprised. And three important Supreme Court rulings today: reversal of Montana’s anti-Citizens United stance, life without parole sentences for juveniles unconstitutional and federal law trumps in Arizona’s SB1070 or “if you’re-brown-you-have-a-problem” law.  Your calls and IMs.

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