12:36 GMT05 December 2020
Listen Live

    Burial Site Destruction at Dakota Access Pipeline; College Football and Rape

    The BradСast
    Get short URL
    0 34

    On today's BradCast, guest hosted by Angie Coiro of In Deep Radio, a surprising crush of news headlines post-holiday weekend.

    Among them: Bulldozers tore up North Dakota sacred lands of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe amidst protests against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, even as all parties await a court judgment to block construction. Bill Cosby's lawyers claim that attorney Gloria Allred just wants the spotlight and is making racist attacks. And a CNN presidential election poll appears to have completely excluded millennials!

    Meanwhile, one of my guests, Robert J. Elisberg of Huffington Post, wants to know if Trump's letter-writing doctor violated HIPAA by discussing his "knowledge" of Hillary Clinton's alleged health problems. So Flash Gordon, MD joins us to clarify. Jessica Luther looks at the Brock Turner case in California, the Lizzy Seeberg suicide in a Notre Dame sexual assault case, and her new book Unsportsmanlike Conduct: College Football and the Politics of Rape. Then it's back to Elisberg, this time for a tale of Berlin, L.A., and a handful of "Hillary Clinton for President" buttons. Finally, a review of a few important medical stories, including a ban on "antibacterial" soaps.

    You can find Brad's previous editions here.

    And tune in to Radio Sputnik one hour a day, five days a week.

    Dakota Access Pipeline, US elections, rape, 2016 Election, 2016 US Presidential Run, Huffington Post, GOP, Republicans, CNN, Brock Turner, Bill Cosby, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, US, Dakota, California
    Community standardsDiscussion