Episode

4/4 Bruce Afran, NDAA Threatens Free Speech

April 4, 2012

Representing plaintiffs in NDAA case against government, civil rights attorney Bruce Afran on why the law is unconstitutional and how NDAA threatens the rights of every citizen.  Did congress understand the Act before signing it into law? And it’s the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.  In the better half, Sam apologizes, Katherine Lehman out of the closet lobbies for DOMA repeal and Michelle Bachman on desires of uninsured.  Your calls and IMs.

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