• Kade discusses problems with the Tsarnaev trial (United States v. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev), including troubling secrecy and civil liberties violations. And Alexis talks about what we can expect in the realm of Wall Street reform in 2015, especially given the action-packed first week in the House of Representatives. We also review which news producers really need […]

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  • Why a Wall Street regulator embracing “broken windows” policing is a bad idea, and how surveillance info may be sitting in a “wire room” in Virginia. B**** Please goes to Secretary Arne Duncan of the Department of Education. And an editor at the Chicago Tribune earns our demand to “QUIT YOUR JOB.” You can also […]

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  • In the inaugural episode of Humorless Queers, we discuss U.S. Marshalls spying on your cell phone from the sky, and President Obama’s latest banker nomination to Treasury.

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