Episode

2/6 Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter & Christopher Rosen

February 6, 2015

Political strategist Cliff Schecter explains the toxic brew that created Saudi Arabia. The cynical reasons that Western powers back Saudi Arabia. The Saudis and 9/11. Were senior officials involved in 9/11 and funding Al Qaeda, Zacarias Moussaoui says so. James Baker and how elites cover for the Saudis and the global oil system. Chris Christie under criminal investigation and has been crazily corrupt for a long time. The mystery woman involved in all of Chris Christies shady dealing. President Obama’s progressive push. Also the White House pushes back against Bibi Netanyahu for disrespecting and undermining President Obama and Israel is starting to throw John Boehner under the bus.

The Managing Entertainment Editor at the Huffington Post Christopher Rosen, explains what he has been up to. How being on the Majority Report helped prepare Rosen for HuffPo live. What TV shows Rosen is watching. Why Rosen didn’t like American Sniper and loved Grand Budapest Hotel. The Imitation Game and historical accuracy. The importance of Selma. Whiplash and the Theory of Everything. Is it time for Sam to rethink Boyhood because Rosen loved it and they also agree on Birdman? Also Rosen makes his Oscar win predictions.

On The Fun Half: Senator Tom Cotton is crazy and stupid. Tennessee Christian activist gives insane opening prayer for the Tennessee State Senate. Also your calls and IMs.

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