Civil and Human Rights

RADIO: CAC’s Elizabeth Wydra discusses the Supreme Court Term on Ring of Fire

Eric Burns and Karl Frisch guest co-hosted the 12/29/2012 broadcast of radio’s nationally syndicated Ring of Fire for hosts Mike Papantonio, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and Sam Seder. Together they discussed the top stories of 2012. Guests included: Elizabeth Wydra of Constitutional Accountability Center on what we can expect from the Supreme Court in their next term [scroll audio to about 1:16:15], John Nichols of The Nation magazine on the year’s Progressive Honor Roll and what we can expect from Congress in the upcoming session, Attorney Howard Nations on how the gun industry managed to achieve complete immunity for creating products that kill Americans, and Adele Stan of AlterNet on why gun sales are continuing to surge in America, even after all of the recent atrocities.

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