Episode

7/24 Ryan Devereaux: The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a Terrorist

July 24, 2014

Journalist Ryan Deveruaux explains the documents that explains how the government determines whether or not you are a terrorist, why the document is not classified but still tightly guarded by the federal government, what agencies play a role in the terrorist selection process, does being “dangerous to property” make you a terror suspect, Stop and Frisk and terror watch lists, how an individual is nominated for a terror watch list, who is monitoring the terror watch system? How to reform the terrorism watch list system.

On The Fun Half: should the international community invade Gaza? One caller says we should, lots of debates follow, Zephyr Teachout’s anti corruption run against Andrew Cuomo, did Michael Bloomberg unintentionally call for an end to Israeli attacks on Gaza? Bloomberg also loses his temper on Wolf Blitzer and your calls and IMs.

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