Episode 74 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.
Coming up on today’s show, we have Chris Townsend from the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America here to discuss if the Occupy movement can learn anything from when the UE took over Republic Windows and Doors in Chicago.
We also have journalist Yasha Levine from the Exiled here to talk about his arrest and horrible treatment by the police at Occupy L.A..
Plus we have an exclusive new ad from Lowe’s explaining why they pulled their ads from the tv show All American Muslim. We’ll also be talking, once again, to Donald Trump’s spokesperson on why Trump pulled out of moderating the NewsMax GOP debate.
We’ll also discuss congress passing the National Defense Authorization Act, President Obama backing off his veto threat, and Obama’s abysmal record on civil liberties.
Our writer/performers today are Frank Chow and Bob Rok.
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, All American Muslim
, Bob Rok
, Chris Townsend
, Civil Liberties
, Donald Trump
, Frank Chow
, Indefinite Detention
, Matthew Filipowicz
, National Defense Authorization Act
, Newt Gingrich
, Occupy DC
, occupy la
, Occupy Los Angeles
, Occupy Wall Street
, President Barack Obama
, Republic Windows And Doors
, the Exiled
, United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers Of America
, Unlawful Detention
, Yasha Levine