Dan Howells, Greenpeace USA deputy campaigns director, joins “The Young Turks” to talk about 2012 being the year on record and what drilling for oil means for the climate. Professor Tricia Rose and documentary filmmaker Ross Tuttle weigh in on New York’s stop-and-frisk program being declared unconstitutional. Attorney Michael Doyle, who helped get military contractor KBR (a former Halliburton subsidiary) convicted on negligence in Iraq, responds to KBR’s attempting to have American taxpayers cover both its legal bills and the amount it’s supposed to pay in damages. Plus, attorney Daryl Weinman introduces Divorce Resort, her solution to the extra stress dissolving a marriage can cause for couples.
Cenk Uygur talks to Michael Doyle, a Houston lawyer who helped veterans win a suit against military contractor KBR (formerly part of Halliburton), which was found guilty of negligence in its use of a toxic chemical in Iraq water treatment [...] watch video
Cenk talks to Professor Tricia Rose and documentary filmmaker Ross Tuttle about the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy, which has overwhelmingly targeted black and Latino residents. watch video
Colin Goddard, a survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting, talks about participating in Vice President Joe Biden’s meeting with gun control advocates. watch video
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