Radio Dispatch

Premiere DateJun 13, 2013
Categories Culture Politics Talk
00:00 Welcome to Radio Dispatch
00:30 Molly received an anti stress present from a student
10:19 John's first dispatch from Guantanamo
22:13 Clapper's untruths and ACLU's lawsuit
37:04 Meredith Clark on military sexual assault
46:52 Proposed cuts to after school and childcare in NYC
58:02 Credits, “Little Hoodrat Friend” by The Hold Steady
59:28 Finish


John’s first dispatch from Guantanamo Bay, Meredith Clark on Carl Levil blocking a crucial aspect of the military sexual assault bill, the ACLU files a lawsuit challenge to the NSA surveillance program, and continued threats to after-school and childcare.

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John and Molly Knefel are journalists, writers, and co-hosts of the daily political podcast Radio Dispatch. John covers foreign policy, criminal justice, civil liberties, and harm reduction, with bylines at…

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