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Who is 'the most evil family in America' & who named them so? (Full show)

Rick Sanchez examines the tremendous human toll of the opioid crisis and the ways that the "most evil family in America" multiplied their billions and avoid paying restitution to the victims. Then Investigative journalist and “Boom Bust” co-host Ben Swann explores the details of how regulatory capture and corruption prevent justice for victims of the opioid crisis. Then Mike Papantonio, host of “America’s Lawyer” shares his insights.

A wealth of never-before-seen IRS files reveals the shocking omnipresence of tax avoidance among wealthy elites by means of arcane tax loopholes and offshore banking. RT America’s Faran Fronczak explains how the richest people are able to get away with paying a tiny fraction of their fair share in taxes.

Plus, RT America's Alex Mihailovich examines a new bipartisan effort to counter China and Pulitzer-winning columnist Chris Hedges explains the deteriorating working conditions in the US that may soon come to resemble the tremendously exploitative working conditions in China where an iPhone is assembled, long before it reaches the hands of its buyer. He argues that as long as jobs can be offshored and workers treated "little better than serfs," there will be no substance to any proposals to create "good-paying union jobs."

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