Olayemi Olurin and Robby Soave react to President Biden’s announcement that he will issue mass pardons for people convicted of possessing Marijuana under federal law. The White House will also advise the Department of Justice to review Cannabis’ status as a schedule 1 drug. #
Robby Soave discusses PayPal threatening to take $2,500 away from users who spread ‘misinformation.’
Olayemi Olurin and Robby Soave react to reporting by The Washington Post that federal investigators say they have enough evidence to charge Hunter Biden on tax crimes and for allegedly falsifying documents related to a gun purchase.
Uvalde has suspended its school district police after months of protests. The families of victims from the school shooting have called for change and accountability, conducting an 11 day sit in, in front of the school district police station. Olayemi Olurin and Robby Soave discuss.
Illinois will do away with cash bail entirely in January under the SAFE-T Act. Olayemi Olurin and Robby Soave discuss.
Olayemi OIurin and Robby Soave discuss debate Kanye West’s Twitter and Instagram accounts being restricted over posts that many are calling antisemitic.
A new poll finds independent Latino voters have already decided how they’re going to vote in the midterm elections. Dr. Patricia Medina-Campos, president of Latina Civic Action and board member of Poder PAC, and Abraham Enriquez, president of Bienvenido U.S., debate.
Olayemi Olurin and Robby Soave react to the firing of a San Antonio police officer for an incident in which he shot 17-year-old Erik Cantu who was sitting in his car and eating a hamburger. The teenager was shot and wounded in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant earlier this month.
Olayemi Olurin and Robby Soave discuss a recent Joe Rogan podcast episode during which he discussed the government’s role in regulating internet misinformation.
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