If Langley is ‘hallowed ground’, what is America? – Ep 33


(Double check you have the right episode for this one; I accidentally put Ep 31 there for a bit.  It’s been fixed.)

We touched a bit of everything in this one.  

It’s not often to hear someone at MSNBC saying the channel is basically no different than Fox on war, so we examine Bill for the oddity he is, at least among his colleagues.

1:05 – MSNBC / Fox News discussion

7:35 – Bill Arkin leaving MSNBC

29:48 – West Los Angeles VA cancels PTSD program

42:15 – Elizabeth Warren for President

51:30 – Election results from the CIA Democrats

1:03:25 – Coast Guard working unpaid

My Departure Letter from NBC

Top Secret America

Longtime Reporter Leaves NBC Saying Media Is “Trump Circus” That Encourages Perpetual War

The West LA VA Is Trying To Evict A Jewish Veterans Group

Coast Guard financial support document

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