Episode

10/1 WTF Secret Service, Civilian Casualties & Tea Party Fail

October 1, 2014

The largest day of airstrikes in Syria and Iraq, why the White House is waving its own rules on civilian casualties, the death toll in Iraq and Syria, who is profiting from the new Middle East war, Iraqi Army drops ammo and food for ISIS fighters by mistake, new stunning Secret Service failures, Laura Ingraham blames first US Ebola case on Obama’s “Core Ties To The African Continent”, Michele Bachmann tells Value Voters Summit that the war is “about Islam”, is the Tea Party gonna sit out the Kansas Senate race and the Kansas Tea Party’s stunning demands to back the Kansas Republican senate nominee.

On The Fun Half: how to push the Democrats to the left, if the Republicans win Congress expect terrible trade agreements, pay gaps between rich and poor across the globe, the 1 Percent are more active than the rest of us, why the Secret Service is failing and your calls and IMs.

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