Did Slavery Ever Really End In America? Episode 1347

Topics: Three out of four Americans behind bars are forced to work for free or little to no money; The history of Juneteenth; The 13th Amendment’s loophole; The Police Myth; Cops solve only one percent of all crimes; What is the real role of police in America?; Solitary confinement

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The Mop Up For June 17, 2022

WASHINGTON D.C.— I’m on my way home from the January 6 hearings after working for my boss Triumph The Insult Comic Dog. He’s tough, but fair. 

That means I will be showing up for Office Hours tonight starting at 8:00 PM Eastern. I hope to see you. Here’s the link:

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A Riot of Evidence, Episode 1346

Today’s show focuses primarily on Thursday’s televised hearings conducted by the United States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack. The big takeaway is new and overwhelming evidence that January 6 was an inside job and that Representative Scott Perry, Republican of Pennsylvania and Representative Andy Biggs, Republican of Arizona along with several other Republican members of congress conspired to overturn the election and then, after January 6th, asked Donald Trump for a presidential pardon before he left office.

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Apollo 13 Astronaut Fred Haise, 🚀 Episode 1345

We are honored to bring Astronaut Fred Haise to our microphones. From Apollo 13. Not the movie. THE Apollo 13. Astronaut Fred Haise’s new book, “Never Panic Early” tells the story of what it’s like to find yourself stranded in outer space after your mission to the moon gets scrubbed by an exploding oxygen tank. On today’s show, Fred, for the first time, relives his slingshot around the dark side of the moon as he watches newly compiled lunar satellite video that recreates his precise view from the cabin window fifty two years ago. NASA’s finest hour wasn’t landing a man on the moon and then safely returning him home to planet Earth. It was, instead, a team of dedicated scientists and specialists preventing an emergency from turning into a disaster. Sometimes our finest moment is not what we achieve but what we prevent. The story of Apollo 13 serves as a timeless reminder that there is no substitute for concentrating the mind on what’s mission critical. “Don’t Panic Early” is not just Fred Haise’s story, it’s a master’s class on keeping your wits about you while all others are losing theirs. Fred wrote the book with Bill Moore who also joins us. “Don’t Panic Early” can be purchased here: https://www.smithsonianbooks.com/stor…

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