Daniel Ellsberg: Manning won’t get fair trial
We'll speak to Daniel Ellsberg, as Bradley Manning enters a court room for the first time in the 18 months of his detention. While the most damning charges against him could result in the death sentence, we'll ask if this kind of whistleblowing really deserves a medal instead. Then, in the last 10 years more than 400 terrorism-related cases have been prosecuted in our civilian courts. But is the word terrorism being applied way too loosely? We'll speak to an environmental activist who himself was locked up and housed with a militant unit. Also former governor of New Mexico and presidential candidate Gary Johnson weighs in on the Republican Debate. And then don’t miss our happy hour.