Government shutdown may be coming over Obamacare, we look at the effects of political red tape, and more on the Buzzsaw news. Abu Ghraib torture victims are ordered to pay defense contractors for their legal costs, NSA personal spying gets blasted by Sen. Chuck Grassley, and Allen West loses his job as a right-wing hack. Plus HSBC promises they aren’t laundering money any more, but we look into their business a little deeper. Congress might be moving against government spying with new bills on the floor that would undo the patriot act, while Google launches website ‘Constitute,’ hosted by Tyrel Ventura with Tabetha Wallace.
Buzzsaw Episodes Playlist:
Buzzsaw Short Clips Playlist:
00:01 This is Buzzsaw.
01:10 Sen. Chuck Grassley blasts NSA for personal snooping.
02:30 Exploration of Mars.
05:25 Allen West gets fired for calling someone a “Jewish American Princess.”
08:15 Defense contractor CACI gets money from Abu Ghraib torture victims in court.
15:48 Ted Cruz, Obamacare, and Jason Voorhees.
19:35 Soundbites + holding the government hostage with a shutdown.
26:45 HSBC and Morgan Stanley Control Of Money Laundering.
32:45 Congress Actually Doing Something About The NSA?
39:20 Constitute by Google.