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Criminalizing free speech & CIA blurs lines (E397)

On this episode of Watching the Hawks, Tyrel and Tabetha celebrate the iconic life of Martin Luther King Jr. by calling out those who would criminalize acts of protest. Next, they look at a pesticide labeled the Coca-Cola of growers and its allegedly dire effects on the populace. Then, author and journalist Joel Whitney enters the Hawk Nest to bring the scoop on his new book Finks: How the CIA Tricked the World’s Best Writers. And if you think building Ikea furniture is tough, try changing the batteries on the International Space Station (ISS)!

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