Episode

3/24 Barrett Brown: Explains Why He is In Prison For Doing His Job

March 24, 2015

Imprisoned journalist Barrett Brown, explains how he ended up in Prison. Corporate spying and the DOJ. What is Stratfor and what do they do? Is linking now a crime? The private sector and the national security state. The threat to journalism. What crimes Brown pled guilty to. The DOJ’s battle against hacking and aggressive national security journalism. Why Brown feels fine in prison and how you can help his case.

Israel spies on America during Iran negotiations and leaks the information to Congresspeople trying to kill the nuclear deal. White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough tells J Street that the “Occupation must end”.

On The Fun Half: Idiots at a Public School in upstate New York protest hearing the Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic. Judge Alex Farrer agrees that Arabic is a language that is to close to terror attacks to be used for the pledge. Congressman Peter King will jump off of a “bridge” if Ted Cruz gets the nomination. A promotion video for “Mad As Hell” calls the Majority Report the “Minority Report”. Rand Paul says he is more electable than Ted Cruz. John McCain says the media favors the “wacko birds” even though he is on TV all the time. Donald Trump goes birther for Ted Cruz? Also your IMs.

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