Blocking DC weed, Pakistani terror, Seaworld’s plunging profits
Abby Martin discusses the provision added to the government spending bill that paves the way for another bank bailout and how the politician responsible for inserting it in the legislation is practically in hiding. The dynamics surrounding the Taliban’s terrorist attack in Pakistan, which took the lives of at least 100 children, with Woodrow Wilson Center’s Michael Kugelman. RT’s Manila Chan discusses how the marijuana legalization bill passed by DC voters is being blocked by a representative from another state. How Seaworld is losing profit after massive pressure from activists over its treatment of animals, namely orca whales. Finally, Kate Horner, Forest Campaigns director, talks about the massacre of four indigenous activists in Peru for standing up for their land, and the trade of illegal logging worldwide.
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