Episode

11/8 Casual Friday: Guy Lawson & Aasif Mandvi

November 8, 2013

Journalist Guy Lawson, explains the federal governments case against Hedge Fund fraudster Steven Cohen, why the big Wall Street criminals never go to prison for there many crimes, why fraud still pays off for Wall Street, the head of the New York FED says that big banks have criminal cultures, the problem with the culture of money worship, Food Stamp cuts and the American abuse of the poor and why food needs to be a right.

The Daily Show’s Aasif Mandvi explained his classic Daily Show segment with the racist Republican county chairman Don Yelton in North Carolina, the importance of covering voter suppression, Aasif suggested the movie Today’s Special.

George W Bush speaks at a Jews for Jesus convention, listener Kim suggested the documentary Terms And May Apply and your IMs and your calls.

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