No place for nuclear waste, Afghanistan War until 2024, Honduras political assassinations

The massive squandering of funds by the US Department of Energy totaling $27 billion once aimed at uncompleted nuclear cleanup. Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern talks about the announcement of a new strategic agreement between the US and Afghanistan, remarking on news that US money allocated for Afghanistan companies have been used to fund terror groups that target US soldiers. Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher called out as one of the worst law firms in the world for public progress, highlighting its legal defense of Chevron, Wal-Mart and corporate personhood. The upcoming elections in Honduras and the wave of violence that has come to characterize to current political landscape in the country. Finally, a tribute to Robert Francis Kennedy on the week of what would be his 88th birthday, positing what America would be like had he lived.

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