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13 Nov, 2019 01:35

News. Views. Hughes - November 12, 2019 (17:00 ET)

Growing inequality: Can the rich really help the poor?

Rising fuel and food prices, corruption and other economic problems are all the result of rising inflation and income inequality. These in turn fuel ongoing and violent protest movements around the world. Now, some large corporations say they're looking for ways to fight inequality and inspire public policy. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca explains. Then investigative journalist Ben Swann joins Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss charitable foundations and Donor Advised Funds (DAFs) and whether they actually help people in need or else serve primarily as tax shelters for moneyed elites.

Pandora's Box? Sandy Hook families can sue Remington

Gun control advocates are rejoicing as the US Supreme Court allows survivors and families of those killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting to sue gun manufacturer Remington. Civil rights attorney Robert Patillo and Larry Ward of Constitutional Rights PAC join Scottie Nell Hughes to debate. To what extent are corporations accountable for what people do with their products?