America’s crumbling infrastructure, Gitmo’s secret Camp 7 & NYPD Twitter fail

Abby Martin remarks on the US Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Michigan’s ban on Affirmative Action, a policy that has traditionally evened the playing field for minorities when it comes to college and employment. Journalist and producer Tabetha Wallace discusses the dire state of US infrastructure and her upcoming crowd-funded documentary on America’s crumbling roads, bridges and public transit systems. An NYPD Twitter campaign that massively backfired when users got police brutality pictures trending instead of the ‘good cop’ photos the department was hoping for. Finally, US Navy Lieutenant Commander and JAG Attorney Kevin Bogucki talks about allegations of a conflict of interest with an ongoing FBI investigation thwarting progress in the 9/11 tribunals, a process that has already been delayed for over a decade.

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