Lee Camp delves into the twisted and manipulative world of advertising. Using a ridiculous Starbucks commercial as an example, Lee tears apart the BS they’re trying to sell us. Lee also covers the latest at the stand-off at Standing Rock over the Dakota Access Pipeline. He then discusses the increase in ICE raids that terrorize undocumented immigrants. In the second half of the show, correspondent John F. O’Donnell joins Lee at the desk to discuss Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s new “manifesto,” which lays out the future of where he wants to bring the social media site. It sounds benign and optimistic. But is it really? Finally, correspondent Natalie McGill files a report about the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan from 5 five years ago. She finds out what the implications are for Americans today. All this on the latest episode of Redacted Tonight!
There are hundred of left-wing policies and statutes that're already in US legal codes. In a new series The American Prospect has been pointing them out. These codes could be used to push action on the environment, healthcare, human rights, and all of the things that progressive voters have been hoping for without letting Congress get in the way. Anders Lee covers how Joe Biden probably won't be using them as president.