Episode 96 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.
Coming up on today’s show, we have journalist and author of Vulture’s Picnic Greg Palast here to talk about how Mitt Romney’s top funders made billions on the auto bailout.
We’ll also be talking to Katie Klabusich on how the GOP’s war on women personally affected her.
We also have a Republican brand and marketing guru here to discus how GOP candidates are cashing in on their fame.
We’ll also discuss Andrew Breitbart’s death, how the passing of HR 347, the Federal Restricted Buildings And Grounds Improvement Act of 2011, makes some protesting a felony with a penalty of 10 years in prison, and how the Department of Homeland Security is tracking the Occupy Movement.
Our writer/performer today is Chris Sowa.
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, Andrew Breitbart
, Auto Bailout
, Auto Industry
, Chris Sowa
, Department Of Homeland Security
, Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011
, Greg Palast
, HR 347
, Katie Klabusich
, Matthew Filipowicz
, Mitt Romney
, Occupy Wall Street
, Paul Singer
, Planned Parenthood
, Pro Choice
, War On Women