Episode

8/22 Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter & Randy Credico

August 22, 2014

Cliff Schecter explains why the NRA isn’t defending the rights of Ferguson’s black community, the NRA’s racism, militarized police and the African American community, where the situation in Ferguson stands now, all the issues that the crisis in Ferguson raises, the militarization of American society, the “stand your ground” culture, how the press is covering Ferguson and why we are still not getting past race in America.

Comedian and New York gubernatorial candidate Randy Credico explains his recent unjustified arrest, why Randy faces years in prison for getting abused by the police, Randy’s rival for the Democratic Party nomination Zephyr Teachout, why to vote for Credico or Teachout in the Democratic primary, is Andrew Cuomo vulnerable? And why to vote for Randy for Governor.

Random Rush, could Andrew Cuomo actually lose? And your IMs.

And keep the conversation going on our morning thread

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