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Firings, voter fraud, and arms sales all in a week’s work (E480)

Tyrel Ventura & Tabetha Wallace invite Redacted Tonight’s Lee Camp & John F. O’Donnell into the Hawks’ Nest to discuss the latest news of the week, including the firing of FBI Director James Comey, Jeff Sessions’ throwback drug policy, and the new Presidential Commission on Election Integrity. Lee and John then preview this week’s Redacted Tonight on Net Neutrality and Puerto Rico’s crushing debt. We then present the second half of our interview with Stuart Isacoff on his new book – When the World Stopped to Listen, which focuses on pianist Van Cliburn’s journey bridging two super powers together through music at the height of the Cold War. Finally, a new mummy just in time for Mother’s Day.

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