The Media’s Pitching Deck of Conflicting Standards

120002 01/14/2012

It’s time to revisit the National Defense Authorization Act, which allows for the indefinite detention of American citizens without due process or respect for habeas corpus. This is a provision that must be repealed as soon as possible or simply declared unconstitutional. Jim Babka from joins us.

Mid-show John reports a number of significant news stories unfolding this week.

Then we’re on to issues of free speech with a look at the growing effort to penalize criticism of Islam by preventing a definition of the relationship between Islam and terrorism. Former CIA officer Claire Lopez at the Center for Security Policy ( guests on the program.

John’s boralogue frames the show for today with a breakdown of how the media’s constant double standard woks, including rule changes when circumstances don’t suit them.


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