We are back after our trip around Europe! Sorry, we were both very jetlagged in this one. In today's episode, we discuss the Iran deal, the new CIA director dilemma and the Illinois police argument for keeping the drug war alive and well.
What is the problem with President's operating the office with a pen and phone? Should we keep the Iran deal? Where do we go now? What does this mean for our foreign relations with other nations involved with Iran?
Who is Gina Haspel? Why is she such a controversial figure? Can you be a "good soldier" and have a "great" moral compass?
All of this discussed, tune in!
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- 'I want my life back': Japan sterilisation victims seek justice
- If the Iran deal had been a Senate-confirmed treaty, would Trump have been forced to stay in? Nope.
- Hearing Highlights: What CIA Pick Gina Haspel Said About Interrogations and Immoral Orders - WSJ
- Illinois police claim if marijuana is legalized, they'll have to kill their police dogs — Marijuana advocates are skeptical about the threat. "The idea that legalizing for adults to have an ounce on them will equal ... all these dogs being euthanized, that seems kind of ridiculous and hyperbolic," the executive director of the advocacy group NORML, Dan Linn, told The Pantagraph.
- Gina Haspel’s Testimony About C.I.A. Torture Raises New Questions - The New York Times — the Senate Intelligence Committee
- Why CIA nominee Gina Haspel should be asked if torture is un-American
- NORML.org - Working to Reform Marijuana Laws