Nathan Hodge: 'Armed Humanitarians'
Nathan Hodge joins the show to talk about the epic military industrial complex and his new book. Next, CBS correspondent Lara Logan was assaulted while reporting on the protests in Egypt. But do female reporters face problems like this regularly? Mother Jones reporter Mac McClelland explains. Then, RT Financial Correspondent Lauren Lyster explains the lengths big pharmaceutical companies will go to keep their business on top. Also, it turns out 70,000 to 80,000 no-knock warrants are issued every year. Reason's Radley Balko weighs in on these warrants. And, with so many fake Twitter accounts out there, is there a fallout from having fun at someone else's expense?