Daily Topics - Thursday August 14th, 2014

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Hour One
Ferguson...when cops get weapons of war - Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio

Hour Two
Conservatives: stop your 'divide and conquer' tactics!
Joe Hicks, Project 21

Talk Radio News
- Bob Ney

Hour Three
James Risen, Ferguson and Freedom of the Press

Jeff Cohen, RootsAction.org


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baylee4824 7 years 23 weeks ago

I might be getting paranoid, but I think the DOD is selling weapons to our police departments because there are plans down the road to declare martial law for some 'planted' crisis. I'm sickened by the 'dog whistling' race baiting on the Fox propaganda channel, on right wing talk radio, and even from politicians. This irresponsible behavior is giving racists a free pass to openly proclaim their hatred of blacks and all people of color. It's almost like some powerful people are hoping for mass rioting, and thus an excuse to declare martial law.

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