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terrorism
We conclude our discussion with Vesna Markovic, who answers the an interesting question: can terrorism ever be fully eradicated?
Vesna Markovic discusses how terrorist groups are financed, ISIS's stature in the world and how traveling ideology make terrorism so difficult to fight against.
Vesna Markovic discusses how certain terrorist activity gets lost in ever-changing media cycles, and explains how groups become affiliated with one another.
Vesna Markovic discusses how a person is drawn toward radicalization and the environments of injustice--real and perceived--that lead to the formation of terrorist groups.
Dr. Vesna Markovic talks about the general reticence to use the term "terrorism," as well as the most common and successful violent tactics used by terrorist groups.
Sebastian Rotella of Frontline and ProPublica joins us to discuss his new documentary Terror in Europe, a GOP headquarters is firebombed in North Carolina, Amy Goodman is charged with participating in a riot, and the fight for Mosul begins in Iraq.  
The dangers of referring to terrorism as a cancer, and listener mail on kids and the climate.
An FBI undercover agent was in contact with two men who fired on a “draw Mohammed” event in Texas, the New York Times shames families for flying with children, and objective journalism and Trump.   Photo credit: via Wikimedia
We spend the hour on the shooting in Orlando.
So-called lone wolf terrorists are often in contact with informants, Trump blasts modern hairspray, and listener mail.

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