Episode

8/1 Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter & Isabel Gillies

August 1, 2014

Cliff Schecter explains the outbreak of Ebola, the policy failures of the United States in public health and infrastructure, why neo-liberalism is endangering our public health, Congress fails to act on the humanitarian crisis at the border, the Republicans attack on child refugees, why Republicans are pushing impeachment and Democrats can take advantage of them on it, the CIA spies on the Senate, will the Intelligence services ever be held accountable? And calling out deregulation.

Isabel Gillies explains her love of her Majority Report theme song, Isabel’s upcoming book, Isabel’s son likes his Mom’s theme song, Sam does a Hugo from Bob’s Burgers for Isabel’s son , Isabel suggests the movie Chef , playing in theaters and Sam and Isabel’s movie memories.

On The Fun Half: debunking Gaza myths, Cory Booker the new Evan Bayh?And your calls and IMs.

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