[466] First EU Nation to Recognize Palestine, YELP Extortions & America’s Isis Targets

breakingtheset Published on Oct 3, 2014
Manuel Rapalo Breaks the Set on Palestinian Statehood, US ISIS Strategy, California’s Progressive Push, Yelp Extortion, and Musical Guest Jeb Fox.

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EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Manuel Rapalo reports on Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven’s announcement that Sweden will become the first EU country to recognize Palestine as a legitimate state. Manny then speaks with Evan Barrett, political advisor for the Coalition for a Democratic Syria, discussing current US strategy on ISIS in Iraq and Syria and why media attention has shifted away from the regime of Syrian president Bashar Assad. Manny then highlights California’s new ‘Yes Means Yes’ law, which is aimed at curtailing the systemic issue of rape on college campuses, as well as new ‘fair sentencing law’ that does away with the sentencing disparity that exists between crack and cocaine convictions in California. Manny then speaks with John F. Odonell, correspondent on RT’s ‘Redacted Tonight’ going over a class action lawsuit against the consumer review website Yelp over what small business owners allege to be a concerted effort to extort retailers for not paying advertisement fees. BTS wraps up the show with a performance by musical guest, Jeb Fox, performing the songs ‘Maybe We Should’ & ‘My Heart’s One Fire’.


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