A critical look at some immigration reform proposals being made, with concern about the punitive nature of the measures and the political motives in play;

A condition known as “moral injury” is likely one of the most important factors in military suicide rates;

Why the federal government has failed to prosecute any Wall Street or bank executives for the mortgage fraud that led to the 2008 financial crisis.

 

This show will not start at exactly at nine this week, so we can ptich during Democracy Now!

ON Between the Lines | February 8, 2013 | 9:00 am

Immigration Reform, Moral Injury, and Why No Banksters Have Been Prosecuted

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A critical look at some immigration reform proposals being made, with concern about the punitive nature of the measures and the political motives in play;

A condition known as “moral injury” is likely one of the most important factors in military suicide rates;

Why the federal government has failed to prosecute any Wall Street or bank executives for the mortgage fraud that led to the 2008 financial crisis.

 

This show will not start at exactly at nine this week, so we can ptich during Democracy Now!

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