Episode

12/23 Year End Wrap Up

December 23, 2014

Bill de Blasio calls out the media for misrepresenting anti brutality protesters but still caves and calls for a break from protests. How Fox news affiliate in Baltimore smears and distorts an anti Police brutality rally. Film Guy Matthew Weiss and Isabel Gillies call in to share end of the year movie suggestions. Christmas for Jews and non Jews. Isabel suggested we all watch the Amazon streaming show Transparent. Matthew told us to watch Sam’s Who’s The Caboose and the Day of the Locust.

On The Fun Half: debating the purpose of freedom with Libertarians. Just how creepy is the Nutcracker. More movie suggestions for the Holidays. How Rudy Giuliani has always exploited Police politics to get himself elected in 1992 and your calls and IMs.

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