Episode

4/2 David Dayen: Barney Frank’s Bombshell

April 2, 2015

Journalist David Dayen, explains the bombshell in Barney Frank’s new book in which Frank exposes both the Bush and Obama Administrations of not using TARP  money to help save people from foreclosure. When Barney Frank explained to Sam how TARP went wrong on housing policy. Why Bush was “already in Texas” during the financial crisis. Why the banks fought against foreclosure relief from the housing crisis they caused. The Obama Administration’s stunning failure on housing policy.

The story behind Indiana’s anti Gay law. The Hobby Lobby decision making how religious rights trump individual rights.

On The Fun Half: A call for civility. Tom Cotton wants us to forget about the Indiana anti Gay law because Iran!! Ben Carson takes a trip to Israel and makes a hilarious fool of himself. Carson compares ISIS fights to Ferguson protesters. How the Indiana law is backfiring on Republicans. Anti Gay Pizza family faces backlash. Comparing legal systems and the role of Common Law.

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