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March 2nd, 2012
Episode 694 of 1265 episodes
David Unger argues that because of national security fears, the U.S. has bypassed its Constitution, creating an emergency state. The result is excessive military spending, a series of unconstitutional wars, and skewed global trade policies. He also tackles Europe's economic crisis.