Episode

7/26 Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter & John Fugelsang

July 26, 2013

Cliff Schecter explained why Nancy Pelosi pushed hard against the defund the NSA data collection bill, the distinction between establishment and progressive Democrats, the meaning of President Obama’s new economic address, progressives push for an expansion of Social Security, the Groundswell conservative strategy group says conservatives should attack Obama on Benghazi! And a bank robs a woman’s house and won’t replace her stolen items.

John Fugelsang, explained how he programmed his show on Current TV, what John is doing next, Anthony Weiner’s on Iraq and Palestine and he suggested people watch Breaking Bad and go to the theatre to see Fruitville Station. 

On The Better Half: the defense begins its closing statement in the Bradley Manning trial, new progress for marriage equality in PA and your calls and IMs.

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