2013-04-04 23:32:52

Ring of Fire 3/24/13

This week's Ring of Fire, hosted by Mike Papantonio: Sundays at 12pm Eastern, 9am Pacific. Full schedule of rebroadcasts can be found at FreeSpeech.org. This week on Ring of Fire on Free Speech TV: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder told us recently that some banks are just too big to prosecute. Investigative journalist Brad Friedman will be here to tell us why Holder is dead wrong. President Obama looks like he might be willing to cut vital social safety net programs as part of a "grand bargain" with the GOP. We'll talk about that with progressive radio host Richard Fowler. Drug companies got a huge boost from the Obama administration this past week, and we'll discuss why the administration believes that drug companies should be immune from lawsuits over their dangerous products. Attorneys Howard Nations and Mike Burg will weigh on in that. And violent acts from Tea Party groups are reaching new highs in America -- we'll hear what Heidi Beirich from the Southern Poverty Law Center has to say about the rise in right wing hate.

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