Episode

3/11 Irin Carmon: California’s Quiet Reproductive Rights Revolution

March 11, 2014

MSNBC reporter Irin Carmon explains the new radical anti abortion movement forming at the grassroots, the transparent radicalism of the Abolish Human Abortion movement, what the goals of the “abolition” movement are, why California is starting to base reproductive policy on science, why more healthcare providers need to provide abortion services, why restrictions cause more late term abortions, how California allowed more medical professionals to provide reproductive services and can California’s progressive model expand across the country?

What led to the CIA spying on Senate staffers, why Senator Dianne Feinstein called out the CIA surveillance of the Senate committee, why they CIA may have broken multiple laws and Feinstein warns against the CIA threatening the Senate and its staffers.

On The Fun Half: President Obama appears on Zach Galifianakis’s Between Two Fern and a Republican Congressman freaks out about Benghazi, another Obamacare horror story turns out to be wrong, new Bitcoin fail, Rand Paul the darling at CPAC, are Libertarians really popular with the young,  and your calls and IMs.

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