​Poisoning dead bodies, adjunct industrial complex & proving the Big Bang

Abby Martin remarks on the absurd news that Oklahoma prison officials have been injecting dead inmates with lethal cocktails in an effort to mask the amount of pain that the prisoner actually endured. Becky Tuch, editor-in-chief of the Review-Review, talks about the plight of university adjunct professors who find themselves without health benefits, sleeping in homeless shelters and making poverty-level wages. The discovery of gravitational waves which could further prove the Big Bang Theory and Einstein’s general theory of relativity. The meat industry, and the massive government subsidies that are allocated toward it: we ask why the price of meat doesn’t match its free-market value. Finally, Iraq War veteran Ryan Endicott discusses the lasting legacy of the war on the 11th anniversary of the US invasion.

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