Episode

3/11 Nico Hines: How Margaret Thatcher Covered Up a Pedophile Ring & Protecting Public Education From Andrew Cuomo

March 11, 2015

The Daily Beast’s London Editor, Nico Hines explains how in the 1980s the UK Government allowed for the growth of Pedophile rings in high level politics. How discrimination against Gay people led to the exploitation of young children by British politicians. When powerful politicians and Britain’s Intelligence services crushed press coverage of sexual abuse. How the abuse was uncovered in 2012. Margaret Thatcher’s direct role in the Pedophile cover up. Also how the UK’s libel laws helped protect powerful child abusers.

Community activist and parent Michelle Kupper, explains New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s attack on public eduction. How Andrew Cuomo is extorting the state of New York’s public schools and ignoring Court rulings on public school fundings. The real problem with the teacher evaluations that Cuomo is pushing. Why Cuomo’s Neo-Liberal agenda education agenda will hurt the most vulnerable and undermine good teachers and what you can do to protect public education in New York state.

On The Fun Half: Morning Joe blames rap music for the horrific racism of the Oklahoma SAE fraternity. Why the mainstream press is covering Wisconsin’s new assault on workers rights so poorly. Also your calls and IMs.

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