Life sentence for rapping, diplomacy not bombs against ISIS & Big Pharma vitamins
Abby Martin discusses the announcement that fracking will now be allowed in the George Washington National Forest, Virginia. The case of Tiny Doo, a man who’s facing life in prison because of lyrics on his rap album. Phyllis Bennis, director of the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, talks about the Obama administration’s decision to send 1,500 more troops to Iraq and what the new ISIS strategy in the region is. Multivitamins: how lack of regulation over this industry is leading to unknown ingredients ending up in nutritional supplements. Finally, Lorraine Johnson, CEO of Lymedisease.org, about the growth of Lyme Disease and why the CDC changed their projections of the number of people with it from 30,000 to 300,000.
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