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10 Feb, 2017 08:14

Would you give your cellphone & password to the police?

Thom discusses the 9th circuit ruling on Trump’s ‘Muslim ban,’ and the possibility that visitors to the US may have to give law enforcement their social media passwords, with host of America’s Lawyer Mike Papantonio. Thom talks to Brian Darling of the Conservative Review and Sam Sacks of the District Sentinel about Neil Gorsuch calling Trump’s attacks on the court system “demoralizing,” and the witch hunt against science and climate research.

For more information on the stories we've covered visit our websites at thomhartmann.com and freespeech.org

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