Episode

6/8 Mark Ames: Seymour Hersh and the Dangers of Corporate Muckraking

June 8, 2015

Pando Senior Editor Mark  Ames, explains how Symour Hersh’s attempts at Corporate muckraking in the 1970s reveal the dangers of going after the corporate state. Dangers of corporate muckraking journalism and what’s wrong with the NSA debate.

On The Fun Half: The Police assault on black teenagers in Mckinney Texas and the horrifying viral that revealed it. Debating Libertarians. And your calls and IMs.

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