Episode

9/11 Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter

September 11, 2015

Sam remembers the September 11th attacks and how and why we harmed ourselves after them. Cliff Schecter joins Sam to discuss the fourteen anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Why the stolen 2000 election, the September 11th attacks and the invasion of Iraq were the three terrible events that defined the modern era. Watching September 11th happen. What could have been if Al Gore was President. President Obama and the world win a major victory with Democrats block a Republican filibuster on the Iran deal. How Elizabeth Warren helped solidify the Democratic Party. Also Prostitute visiting Senator David Vitter gets a reporter fired for asking him about prostitutes.

On The Fun Half: has Sarah Palin’s stupidity actually gone up to another level? Glenn Beck calls Sarah Palin a clown and wants to know why she is hanging out with Trump. Robert Rubin, Hank Paulson and Timothy Geithner yuck it about income inequality. The CIA’s role in Afghanistan and your IMs.

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