Debating Charlie Hebdo’s courage, radical anti-homeless solutions & suing all homosexuals (E027)
Tyrel Ventura, Tabetha Wallace and Sean Stone discuss new revelations that the NSA has developed text-to-speech technology that can be used to surveil phone conversations. The protest over the PEN America Gala awarding the Freedom of Expression Courage award to Charlie Hebdo. The City of Los Angeles’ lawsuit against Wells Fargo for opening bank accounts and credit cards for customers without their permission. Utah’s anti-homeless initiative that has reduced homelessness by 91 percent since 2005. Finally, a Nebraska woman suing all American homosexuals for their alleged ‘sins’.
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