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17 Dec, 2021 00:59

LA Democrats done coddling criminals — or are they?

A new tough-on-crime attitude appears to be taking root in California in the face of endemic “smash-and-grab” crime and rising homicides across the state. Are Democrats softening their animosity toward law enforcement and trying to refashion their apparent demonization of law enforcement and coddling of crime? Barak Laurie, author of “Atheism Destroys” weighs in.

Then attorney and publisher Tony Lyions weighs in on the media blackout surrounding Robert F Kennedy’s new book, “The Real Anthony Fauci,” which he says is being “censored at all levels.” He argues that it is nevertheless arguably “the bestselling book in America.” He says that suppression of the book is an example of erosion of the First Amendment and “a terrible road to go down” as a country.

Then Dr. Richard Wolff, professor emeritus of Economics at University of Massachusetts Amherst, weighs in on new revelations about personal enrichment and possible conflicts of interest in Congress. Plus, RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports on the booming casino sector in Nevada and across the US. The gaming industry has enjoyed its most profitable year ever.

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