[398] USDA Executes Bald Eagles, Fighting TSA & Pakistan Terror: US Drone Blowback?

breakingtheset Published on Jun 9, 2014
Abby Martin Breaks the Set on USDA Mass Animal Murder, Tuition Cost Absurdity, Challenging TSA Unconstitutionality, Humanitarian Crisis on the Border & Blowback Against US Foreign Policy.

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EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin remarks on the 4 million animals killed by the US Department of Agriculture for no apparent reason, including American bald eagles, prairie dogs, coyotes and black bears. Abby then reports on the rising cost of college tuition, discussing Obama’s recent executive order to cap student loan payments to ten percent of an individual’s income as a good first step in addressing the debt relief needed by millions of current and former students across the country. Abby then speaks with blogger Jonathan Corbett, discussing his lawsuit against the Transportation Security Agency over the use of nude body scanners, calling out the invasiveness of the devices and challenging the constitutionality of their use, as well as pointing out how ineffective the machines actually are. Abby then talks about the 92 percent rise in unaccompanied minors crossing into the US from Mexico, highlighting the need to treat these children as refugees as they are fleeing the violence and instability in their home countries, which is causing a humanitarian crisis in the US while the government spends millions abroad to perpetuate the problem. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with former CIA Analyst, Ray McGovern, discussing the historic roots of Taliban violence in Pakistan, as well as the corporate media’s hysterical analysis of the Bowe Bergdahl case.


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