Episode

1/9 Chris Christie Press Conference & Amanda Hess: Why Women Aren’t Welcome on the Internet

January 9, 2014

Chris Christie fires staff and denies all knowledge of what his political staff was doing with the traffic jams, why Christie thinks he could still run for President and why his press conference raises far more questions.

Freelance writer Amanda Hess explains the violent threats she receives online, why women are targeted online, why excuses for abuse of women online reflects excuses across all areas of abuse, the legal implications of threats online and how to address this crisis legally and technology.

On The Fun Half: The Senate moves on Fast Track, Satanists propose religious statue for the Oklahoma state capital, more on the Christie Press Conference and your calls and IMs.

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