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July 3, 2017

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–On the Show:

–The first half of our interview with Richard Wolff, Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Massachusetts and visiting professor at the New School University in New York City, who joins David to discuss President Trump’s first one-hundred days in office

–During an interview with “Main Street Meets the Beltway,” Donald Trump suggests that President Andrew Jackson would have prevented the Civil War had he served later and ponders why the United States even had a civil war

–President Trump’s Chief of Staff Reince Priebus toys with the idea of a constitutional amendment to impact freedom of speech and freedom of the press in order to broaden libel laws

–This week’s top images from David’s Instagram account

–President Trump requests that Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte, who advocates for the extrajudicial killing of people involved with drugs, visit the White House

–Donald Trump has an interview with CBS’s Face the Nation and demonstrates a total lack of understanding with regard to the updated Republican approach to health care

–An advanced copy of the 2017 financial year budget reveals that Congress will increase funding for scientific agencies, ignoring President Trump’s budget request

–President Trump runs a bizarre campaign-style ad touting his so-called accomplishments in his first one-hundred days in office

–Voicemail wonders if officials in the Trump administration have been sufficiently vetted

–On the Bonus Show: Merriam-Webster adds “sheeple” to their dictionary, Facebook targets insecure youth, Congress doesn’t support Jeff Sessions’ marijuana crackdown, and much more…

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