The National Defense Authorization Act makes it legal for the US Military to indefinitely detain US Citizens. Is the alarm justified?
The vague language of sections 1021 & 1022 in the NDAA state that anyone may be detained indefinitely without trial until the end of hostilities under the law of war.
Our guest tonight is leading the charge at the grassroots level. Daniel Johnson of P.A.N.D.A. shares with us what he and his supporters are trying to do to bring awareness to the NDAA and what it could mean to all of us. His group is working with the Tea Party on a joint march on Aug. 11 in Indianapolis.
"What's on Your Mind?"
Every Monday evening we open the phone lines to whatever America wants to talk about. Politics, Environment, Culture, Social Issues, Local, National, even International. The direction of the dialogue is up to you!
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