Episode

1/5 The Crazies Running Against Speaker Boehner & Steve Scalise Not Resigning

January 5, 2015

Remember that whole IRS “Scandal”? Well its been completely and finally debunked. Staten Island Congressman michael Grimm uses his reelection to get a better plea deal in his criminal trial. The crazy, crazy Congresspeople taking on Speaker Boehner. House Republican Leader Steve Scalise speaks to David Duke’s organization and still has his job. Also “shockingly” Steve Scalise voted against the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. Senate Republicans are going to push Keystone hard. President Obama’s damning comments on the Keystone pipeline. The heartbreaking suicide of transgender teen Leelah Alcorn.

On The Fun Half: NYPD continues its work slowdown and guess what crime has not gone up! The City mourns the death of the two murdered police officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. Off duty African American cops are victims of racial profiling. Pittsburg Police Chief condemns racism and the Police Union says what? And your calls and IMs.

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