Episode

8/19 Daniel Levy: Egypt’s Counter Revolution & Ryan Devereaux NYC Stop & Frisk Is Racial Profiling

August 19, 2013

Political analyst Daniel Levy explained why Egypt is in the middle of a counter revolution, how the military continues to rule Egypt, what is the “Deep State”, where Islam and Democracy go from here and how the United States should respond.

Journalist Ryan Devereaux, explained the roots of NYC’s Stop and Frisk program, the police whistleblowers who exposed the program as a form of racial profiling, the legal case against Stop and Frisk and why Judge ruling against the program implicates the Bloomberg/Kelley law enforcement strategy.

On The Better Half: Glenn Greenwald’s partner held at London’s Heathrow Airport and questioned under the UK’s terrorism act, Scott Brown wants to run for what? A Republican Congressman tells a little girl her dad should be deported, Michael Bloomberg wants residents of New York City public housing to be finger printed and your calls and IMs.

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