This week’s show will focus on the latest round of punditry that has the same people who cheered on the Iraq war debacle the first time around giving their opinions on what to do now.
Also, there have been a disturbing number of domestic terror incidents in which over 100 people have been killed...in the US. Oddly thought, these incidents, and the people who have carried them out, are not being referred to or described as terror or terrorists. We will discuss why.
Chelsea Manning (formerly Bradley Manning) with an opinion piece titled 'The Fog Machine of War" in The New York Times, she accuses the U.S. media of looking the other way when chaos and corruption reigned in Iraq and Afghanistan.
And finally, we will touch on labor relations as we cover the story of Vergara v. California which effectively abolished tenure and fair hearings for misconduct in California. This case pitted nine mostly low-income, public school students, trying to use the power of the courts to patch up an education system they argued is failing them, against the state of California and two of its largest teachers unions.
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