Pentagon electrocuting soldiers, Arizona’s pro-hate policies, string of banker suicides
In this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin comments on the Pentagon’s announced plans to use electric shocks to replace caffeine to keep American soldiers on alert. Abby then goes over a new Arizona law that allows business owners to refuse service to individuals based on sexual orientation, as well as deny equal pay to females, and skirt legal contractual obligations all in the name of religion, also highlighting other state government policies that are keeping Arizona from moving past the days of the wild west. Abby goes on to speak with Erin Ade, host of RT’s ‘Boom Bust’ about a recent string of suicides that have hit the financial sector, questioning if they are symptomatic of a cut-throat industry that thrives on pressure, stress and results. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with journalist and The Nation contributor, Lee Fang, discussing his investigation into Washington’s ‘Shadow Lobbying Complex’, and the evidence proving that lobbying isn’t decreasing at all, and instead it’s simply going underground.
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