WASHINGTON, April 30, 2015 – Are the military exercises dubbed Jade Helm 15 anything for residents in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and several other states to be concerned about? D.C. Clothesline’s Dave Hodges, who has written about this extensively over the past few weeks, says yes and joins us on “Graceland” to explain why.
What is the government telling us about Jade Helm? Is there a link to several abrupt Walmart store closings? What is the connection between ISIS and Mexican drug cartels, and how does the Jade Helm operation fit in?
Is this a government conspiracy or an overreaction by some citizens and others in the media? Be sure to listen to our interview with Dave Hodges and draw your own conclusions.
In our second half hour we talk about the recent riots and looting in Baltimore. When a crime is committed, we expect citizens to be witnesses, but those citizens should expect their police force to do more than just watch. We offer our thoughts on Mayor Rawlings-Blake’s comment about giving space to those “who wished to destroy.”
Has this become the new norm in America’s cities? Decades of Democratic rule in many of America’s big cities have done nothing but exacerbate the problems of inner city poverty and contribute in part to what we witnessed in Baltimore.
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